Silica - Caller ID with Address Book integration
Version: 1.2I just wanted to know who was calling. Nothing fancy, but it'd be really nice to be able to see who is on the phone without actually having to look up from what I'm concentrating on right now. That was the desire that drove the creation of Silica and I figured other people might like it, too. It consumes very little in the way of system resources, and provides a heads-up display - like the OS X volume and brightness adjustment feedback - showing you the number and, if available, name on the incoming call. Silica tries to look up the phone number in the OS X address book, and will display that name and the caller's picture if present.
Operating System: Mac OS X
Silica is a lightweight heads-up Caller ID display that leverages the internal modem and Address Book to let you know who's calling without having to look over at the phone.
Silica offers a fair amount of customization of the on-screen notification of an incoming call.
What's New in This Release:
· More robust phone number lookup.
· Custom call handling via AppleScript.
· Minor bug fixes and efficiency improvements.
· Mac OS X 10.3 or later
· Caller ID capable modem and Caller ID service.