Long-Awaited iPhone app Finally Released
The newest caller ID spoofing app has just been just been released by SpoofTel and is now available for download. Users can quickly and easily spoof calls right from their iPhones.
February 18, 2010 (FPRC) -- The wait is finally over for all the iPhone devotees out there. SpoofTel, the World’s Leader in Caller ID Spoofing, has released its much anticipated iPhone app which is now available for download at the Cydia app store. “It’s been a long time coming for the iPhone app,” states Fredrick Muller, spokesman for SpoofTel Ltd. “So far people have been going crazy about it and it’s just been released.”
The iPhone app is the latest addition to SpoofTel’s array of services. With caller ID spoofing being the highlight, SpoofTel also offers voice changing, so you can disguise your voice as a man’s or a woman’s, call recording, SMS spoofing, and call scheduling among others. There’s also ways to earn free Spoof Minutes because SpoofTel always has some kind of promotion going on.
If you’ve never heard of caller ID spoofing, it refers to changing or disguising the number that appears on someone’s call display when you place a call to them. Caller ID spoofing allows you to essentially hide your real phone number without blocking it. You can actually choose any number you want to display and no one will ever see the real number that you’re calling from.
Caller ID spoofing has been around for several years now. It’s used mainly for privacy by everyone from celebrities and professionals to regular individuals. Not only does it help to disguise the number that you’re calling from, it can also be used for the purpose of faking the location that you’re calling from. If, for instance, you told people you were going out of town, you could “spoof” them from an international or out of town caller ID number right from your home or cell phone.
Although it has been around for several years, caller ID spoofing is still somewhat unknown to many people. With the advent of apps, caller ID spoofing is beginning to reach a broader audience and gather more users.
Now, everyone can be jealous of the iPhone users as they arduously wait for SpoofTel to release similar apps for BlackBerry and Android phones. With the popularity of the iPhone app, SpoofTel will most likely be releasing other caller ID spoofing apps fairly soon. The Facebook app was released quite a while ago and, although popular, did not catch on as quickly as the SpoofTel iPhone app is.
For more information on the SpoofTel iPhone app you can check out www.spooftel.com or visit the Cydia app store to download it.
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