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    Caller ID Faker

    This is so much fun. I never knew it was possible to do this, but you put the # you want to call, and the # you want it to look like you're calling from. It comes up on their phone the same as if the fake number is calling (works best if it's someone in their contacts) and it even has a voice changer and an option to record the call.
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    What would be really awesome is an app that shows the caller ID info for a number not already in my phonebook... instead of just the number.
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    interesting RPROU.

    anyone else have success with this application?

    this very well may be an application worthy for security purposes.
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    I can see how this program in the wrong hands..... Good for a practical joke or to mask your actual calling # on a short call. There is a quick advertisement at the beginning of a call.
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    Actually, a legit purpose for this (as I'm thinking about "How would I use this?") is for business purposes...

    Right now, I have GoogleVoice as a 2nd number for my business that patched through to my cell # (I don't want clients to have my personal cell #). However, right now, because when I call them back on my cell, I use *67 to block my cell number from showing up on their caller ID. I could use this app to show my GV number instead, and then clients would know it's me calling back.

    Just a thought... I'll have to play around with this one.
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    I just checked this out. It limits the outgoing calls to 2 mins. Definitely meant to be a gag type of app and not a serious security app. I won't be downloading it.
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    that could be fun
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    Could be dangerous - you could spoof someones number and call into their voicemail - some voicemail set up to not prompt for password if called by the phone that "owns" the account. Hmmmmm.

    I have seen several Caller ID type apps on the market, but most complain that on Droid that the info is provided after the call. I will try a few and post back what I encounter.
    Last edited by will266; 12-29-2009 at 08:33 AM. Reason: add info
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    Quote Originally Posted by DroidFan View Post
    I just checked this out. It limits the outgoing calls to 2 mins. Definitely meant to be a gag type of app and not a serious security app. I won't be downloading it.
    Droidfan, you can use google voice to call with your google voice number, no need to use this program. Just go into your settings under google voice and select "ask me which number to use". Whenever I make a call it prompts me as to whether or not I want to use my cell number or google voice.
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    How do I get google voice?


    Quote Originally Posted by acturbo View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by DroidFan View Post
    I just checked this out. It limits the outgoing calls to 2 mins. Definitely meant to be a gag type of app and not a serious security app. I won't be downloading it.
    Droidfan, you can use google voice to call with your google voice number, no need to use this program. Just go into your settings under google voice and select "ask me which number to use". Whenever I make a call it prompts me as to whether or not I want to use my cell number or google voice.
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