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Apple is going to allow combining iPhone, iPad, and MacOS Applications starting next year. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-12-20/apple-is-said-to-have-plan-to-combine-iphone-ipad...    

This might go a long way toward the desire by many to have a SSDR sort of interface on our MacOS devices, solving the problem of repeated pleas for MAC SSDR, and we can quit bugging FlexRadio about it.
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Michael Coslo

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Tim - W4TME, Customer Experience Manager

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There already is a client for the FLEX-6000s for OS X today; DogparkSDR
https://dogparksoftware.com/dogparkSDR.html
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Michael Coslo

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Yes, I have Dogpark, and I like it a lot and use it almost every day. There are a few things that aren't implemented in it yet that I would like to have, like the TNF and the Mac audio handling my bluetooth headset. 

I just like options. If the iOS version will run on my Mac, I'll buy it as well. 
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TNF support has been added to dogparkSDR Version 1.20 Beta 19 https://dogparksoftware.com/dogparkSDR_Help/dpsdr_tnf.html
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Michael Coslo

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Sweet! going to try it now. 
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Ria - N2RJ, Elmer

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I don't think Marcus is going to port his app to MacOS because dpSDR fills the need for a mac client.

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Oh well, I'd buy it if it existed!