iBlacklist is Updated to Let You Hide the App Completely

iBlacklist is Updated to Let You Hide the App Completely

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iBlacklist, an app that lets you create a blacklist for messages and calls, has been updated to let users hide the app completely and launch via the mobilephone dial pad.

iBlacklist is the best firewall for iMessages, calls, facetime, SMS and MMS available for the iDevices. Now it blocks also FaceTime/iMessages and runs on iPod 4 and iPad 2. It ables you to select from who you want to receive calls and hide messages. It also removes the sms popup preview protecting your privacy, has parental control mode by blocking outgoing calls, can be fully scheduled and many other features. Try it , you'll love it.

What's New In This Version:
● Bug fix for the add from recent messages name strings
● Bug fix for crashes due to maps banners
● Bug fix for Zephyr opening iBlacklist witthout the need of password
● If the camo option isn't enough for you, definitely you need to update the app. NEW FUNCTION to hide the app completely and open it from MobilePhone app dial pad, by dialing your password. Check this feature under the Password menu (Only for iOS 5 and above).

You can download a free trial of iBlacklist from the Big Boss Cydia repository. A license costs $12.


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iBlacklist is Updated to Let You Hide the App CompletelyiBlacklist is Updated to Let You Hide the App Completely
moonshinejeff - May 12, 2013 at 2:18am
Yes I have switched finalky from iphone to the Galaxy S3 and would love for the developer to make this available on andrioid, PLEASE ;)
Mats - May 11, 2013 at 3:07pm
I have used iBlacklist for long time. It's Not the prettiest app and a little awkward to set up but once you done that it just works. Great app!
Neil - May 11, 2013 at 6:13am
Yeah there's lots but one I use is root call blocker It's had this feature to hide app completely and use phone dial pad to open app for ages
Nick - June 25, 2014 at 7:31am
Hi Neil, I just purchased the iBlacklist app and tried out the 'Invisible' setting. Now the app is totally invisible and I have no idea how to launch the app from the phone dial. Appreciate your thoughts in this. Many thanks. Nick
InTheMiddle - May 11, 2013 at 1:35am
Is there an app like this for Android?!!!!
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