Obtain Tooth Fairy – 2.4.8 – Single click on away out of your favourite bluetooth gadget
Tooth Fairy join AirPods (or different Bluetooth headphones) to your Mac with a single click on or keypress.
AirPods are nice, however they don’t work fairly as easily with Macs as they do iPhones. You’ll be able to’t inform at a look whether or not audio will play from the AirPods or your Mac’s built-in speaker, you must dig right into a Bluetooth submenu to attach, after which you must return to the menu to see when the AirPods are prepared to be used. ToothFairy streamlines this: simply click on an icon within the menu bar (or press a hotkey) to change to the AirPods, and the icon all the time exhibits whether or not they’re related.
- Works with AirPods, in addition to any Bluetooth gadget that you may hook up with your Mac: headphones, audio system, headsets, sport pad controllers, keyboards, mice, and many others. (HomePod is just not supported, as it’s not a Bluetooth audio gadget.)
- Click on the hole AirPods icon within the menu bar to change to AirPods. It fills in to point out they’re related and likewise shows a battery indicator.
- Helps a number of Bluetooth audio gadgets; you may select a unique icon and hotkey for every.
- Get the most effective audio high quality. macOS will usually use the SCO codec if it thinks you’re going to make use of the microphone. ToothFairy can be sure that it makes use of the upper high quality AAC codec if you solely care about audio output: listening to music or video or taking part in a sport.
- Run a shell script when the AirPods are related or disconnected.
What’s New in ToothFairy
- If there’s an error connecting to your Bluetooth gadget, ToothFairy now recommends to you how one can repair it.
- Improved the wording in varied person interface textual content.
- Mounted a bug the place the menu bar background coloration when clicking on the menu didn’t match the accent coloration on macOS 10.14 or the Graphite look on earlier variations.
- Added the Why isn’t my device connecting? and Why do I see the Dock icon even after hiding it? sections of the guide.
- The Credit sheet now hyperlinks to the privateness coverage.
- Added accessibility descriptions within the Preferences window.
- Improved the diagnostic report.
- Error logging now contains extra details about the error and the gadget it’s associated to.
Necessities for ToothFairy
- Intel, 64-bit processor
- OS X 10.11 or later