First Orion Launches PrivacyStar Caller ID App for Android


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Launches PrivacyStar Caller ID App for Android

Have you ever received solicited calls from marketers even though you are on the Do Not Call list? How about calls from people prank calling or creditors that are harassing you constantly and you want to block them? I have been in situations where I receive a call from a number I do not recognize but it might be a call I needed to take. Now PrivacyStar for Android brings the same service that was on landlines to your mobile. With PrivacyStar you can identify callers and even add numbers to block lists if necessary.

First Orion offers a 7-day trial for PrivacyStar for Android and is usable on version 1.6 and above. Once the 7-day trial is over First Orion offers several payment options for their service including $2.99 a month, $15.99 semi annually, and $28.99 annually. If you want a way to identify your callers then give PrivacyStar a try and let us know what you think.


Nov 10, 2009
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Too bad it doesn't work on CDMA.

Droid Doesn't?
There is one unfortunate drawback to the $2.99/month PrivacyStar service subscription: It doesn't work over Verizon's CDMA network. The company explains that on the CDMA network, the Caller ID service isn't able to make an outbound call while a voice channel is operating. For CDMA users, PrivacyStar's caller identification feature will only work when the phone is also connected to a Wi-Fi network.

These afflicted users can rely on the reverse caller lookup option instead, which allows any user to find the name of the caller within their call log. This option is similar to the current way the BlackBerry app works, but the BlackBerry version will soon be updated with the features outlined here today.
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