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Old 08-21-2010, 06:53 AM   #1 (permalink)
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My sister asked me if having that would cause a problem with either app or the phone itself. The apps both have the same basic services, but also have a couple different options that she cannot find in just one.
So, is it all right to have both on a phone, and will they still be as effective?

Thanks in advance (I'm still not forgiving her for getting a 9800 before me though).

edit: I should have said "caller blocking" apps.
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tell her to try it and see... she can always delete one if needed...

And if she would tell you the two call blocker apps she is loading AND all the features she needs, there could be an app that does all she requires.
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SmrtGUARD Pro and Mr Call Blocker.
From what I gather, she wants specifically the feature of being able of blocking all calls that are not in the contacts, and sending them straight to voicemail. I guess being able to do a reverse number check is the other. These are in Mr Call Blocker. SmrtGUARD has the feature of sending out an emergency message she likes.
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SmrtGUARD is costly( monthly) if you want all the features. the free version offers most things needed with the exception of backup/restore and remote wipe. I wonder how long before they remove the free version.
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I have the free version myself, and can live without spending money every month. As for her........she's always had her own mind, though she has no problem picking mine from time to time.
I have to admit though, I never heard of Mr call Blocker. I might have to check it out more closely.
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