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mblware releases BlackBook 3

The guys from mblware let us know that they just released an update to their popular application BlackBook. The update is now at version 3 with the following new features:

t_fake_nameAll NEW Features:

  • – Enhanced SMS Filtering (No more Firewall)
  • – Threaded SMS
  • – Revamped GUI
  • – Backup / Restore Contacts
  • – Real-time Contact Searching
  • – Contact Photos
  • – Hot Key / Shortcuts
  • – OS 6.0 Support

Original Features:

  • – Completely Hidden Contact List
  • – Custom Filtering For Calls, SMS, PIN, Email
  • – Extended SMS (1400 Characters)
  • – Fake Caller-Id Names
  • – Auto Close
  • – Vibration Alerts
  • – Custom Message Pop-Up Alerts
  • – Outbound Email Attachments
  • – Import / Export Contacts

The application allows users to hide any messages and contacts they don’t want anyone to see in case they snoop around their BlackBerry. There is no application icon so is not easy to find and allows you to set a code to open the application.

You can purchase BlackBook3 at the following links:

App World:

BerryReview store:

Price is $4.99

For more information and screenshots visit the following link

3 total comments on this postSubmit your comment!
  1. I wish there was a trial ver

  2. I agree. I would like to try it. Make me feel like a secret agent man or a spy.

  3. I had been so impressed with v2 that I jumped at the v3 upgrade. That was a BIG mistake!! The new enhanced SMS filter was to mean no more Setup Guide to follow, no firewall settings to change, and no complications. The should have left well enough alone. Now the SMS filter does not work at all. They have a new addition to their menu called “Connections” that is suppose to start the filtering, but I get an error message that the “port is in use”. Their support page states that if this happens “there is some other 3rd party app on your phone that may be interfering with BlackBook. To troubleshoot, try disabling any apps you have that may use SMS, and do a battery-pull to reset the phone.” I don’t have any apps that use SMS. So, now, not only does the app not filter calls in the call log, it does not filer the SMS messages either. This upgrade is an absolute waist of money.

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