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Here’s the phone dialer Apple should have included with OS X Yosemite

Hands down, one of the best aspects of OS X 10.10 Yosemite is the interplay it allows between Macs and iOS devices. Using your MacBook as a speakerphone for iPhone calls is a pretty cool feeling — and it really does “just work” in true Apple fashion. (SMS relay and other Continuity features can be slightly trickier to get going.) But there’s one thing missing from what Apple’s given us with Yosemite: a dedicated phone dialer. Or at least a traditional one. You can place calls to just about anywhere through the FaceTime app; start typing a number or contact’s name into the text field and you’ll see an option to launch that call with iPhone.

But some people still like entering phone numbers the old fashioned way, and many are probably…

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