I realize that currently the only ones currently testing BlackBerry 10.3 are the Elites, the chosen Beta Testers, and BlackBerry employees. Some of our BlackBerry developers are getting busy readying their apps for this update, and some are making apps exclusive to the updated OS. This is one such app. The CallBlocker Pro is available in the BlackBerry World for only $3.99 and brings a feature that has been missing for the BlackBerry 10.
The description is as follows:
The CallBlocker Pro application blocks annoying calls from a blacklist or all incoming calls.
Schedule an hour to block incoming calls and decides when they can call you.
- Recently Blocked List
- Active Frames
- Headless Mode
CallBlocker Pro has some really great feedback and from those who have had a preview have given their view of the app.
After installing, Headless Service kicks in right away, giving a notification in the hub which reads: “CallBlocker is now running in the background.”
To add or change the phone numbers too block, you must first open the app and modify the blacklist or change the blocking settings.
A warning also included:
Do not close the headless part of CallBlocker using the resource monitor, otherwise the app won’t work properly.
Another great part of this app is the Dark Theme. The app and menus are laid out nicely, transitions are smooth, and this app will really come in handy for those of us who have or will be using 10.3. Santito95 is a very dedicated developer so if you have any questions or issues, be sure and let him know as he’s quick to respond. He makes some really great apps and I like that he is dedicated to them. We need to be grateful for our BlackBerry developers who keep us happy with native BlackBerry apps.
If you have 10.3 and miss a Call Blocking app, then be sure and download CallBlocker Pro. I know you’ll wonder how you did without it so long. Please leave a review in BlackBerry World after you install it and try it out. It’s always nice to let other users know as well as the developer what you think and what you like most. Now I really am anxious for BlackBerry 10.3!