Every once in a while I come across an iPhone app that is just plain essential. This was the case when I first installed MyPhoneDesktop. This app brings functionality to the iPhone that Apple should have included in the operating system.
Many iPhone users sit in front of a computer working for hours each day. While they sit at their Mac working, their iPhone is dutifully at hand waiting to be used. Need to text a friend? Grab the iPhone and fire off a message and then its back to the Mac and the work at hand. But with MyPhoneDesktop, the process becomes infinitely easier. The app on the phone works with an application on the computer. If I want to send a text via my cell phone, I can open up the computer-based application, select the message recipient from a list, quickly enter the message to send (via a standard easy to use conventional keyboard), and then tap send. The desktop app hands the message off to the iPhone. The iPhone enters the text into your text app and selects the recipient instantly. All the user must do is tap send on the phone. The application running my computer makes it much more efficient to compose the message, then hands it off to the phone for sending.