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iLog 2.0 Call Manager Released!

iLog 2.0 Call Manager Released!

Posted August 29, 2008 at 11:51am by iClarified
The much anticipated iPhone call manager iLog has been released for 2.0 phones!

iLog allows you to separate your incoming, outgoing, and missed calls. You can then manage those logs and individually delete specific ones! Call durations now show seconds and the 100 call limit has been removed since iLog has its own database!

iLog 2.0 can be installed from the iClarified Cydia repository. If you don't have iClarified's source in your Cydia application you can find instructions on how to add it here.

A big thanks goes out to Alex for his work on this application!

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fjpc - October 12, 2010 at 12:07am
I used it before my iphone crashed, very good app, now i bought it again and can´t install it... any clue
ifrog - September 2, 2008 at 1:30am
I had a similar problem when updating to 2.0, serial did not work. I contacted the developers, they have decided to make the update for free, for all 1.x users. They made the right decision ;-)
Johan - September 1, 2008 at 7:40am
Not sure this should be a paid for app. I would like to see a white list to only allow certain callers for example at night. Cydia and installer should have a clear information when it is a commercial app so people don't have to waste their time.
bjcb - August 31, 2008 at 12:52pm
Hi, I believe Cydia and Installer should offer FREE app's. That's the idea of JAILBREAK!!! !!!!!FREE APP'S!!!!!! I must agree, with some, other opinions. If you want to sell, sell it to apple. What a joke, this is. To Cydia and Installer people: If you accept, that people sell stuff from your's app, i believe you should inform people that those app's are charged, or, create a Tab for paid stuff. Only, after installed this crap, i realize it was paid. Regards
lamp - August 30, 2008 at 2:29pm
I would pay for this is if more functionality was added. One thing I'm looking for is to figure out my billing cycles and keep track of my minutes per month. If you were to add a section of statistics based on how many minutes I've currently used from my start billing date as well as daytime, weekend or evening lists. That would be very useful. I'm actually doing this based out of ssh scripts with sql queries (instructions listed below) but a graphical interface would easier to deal with. http://iphoneincanada.ca/forums/showthread.php?t=2551
mokum von Amsterdam
mokum von Amsterdam - August 30, 2008 at 1:27pm
Very nice, very very nice. As mentioned, this should have been on the iPhone. The price is however, extreme. So much too expensive that I am sure someone will come up with a 'free' version soon. I would drop the price to something more acceptable, like 2 us$. But that is my personal 2 cents. Again: very cool and good app.
mashom - August 30, 2008 at 11:36am
i have paid for this app in 1.1.4 and the serial code is not working in 2.0 so i have to pay again ? WTH?
blackout997sc - August 30, 2008 at 9:31am
Alex. Nice job from a fellow software developer. It's a great niche app and well worth the 7.49 for some of us. My main question is have you done a cost analysis to see if you will get more buyers at a lower price point
Mes - August 30, 2008 at 9:14am
Hate to pay for stuff that should be included by default!! At $7.95, I'll wait.
Steve Anderson
Steve Anderson - August 30, 2008 at 6:49am
the whole point of jailbreaking iphone to install cydia or installer was for free apps see thats changing snapture ,iphonvideorecorder, ilog just a few to name and shame put them on app store why want money and spoil cydia for
objective-j - August 30, 2008 at 4:41am
install, crash, reinstall, launch, return to springboard and you tell me it cost 9.20 now? after i download.. thankyou for wasting my time :P
GaelicWA - August 30, 2008 at 3:36am
$9.20 Aussie Dollars - I think not. Look - I appreciate the time you have put into this but waaay too expensive. You should really make this clear in the info page on Cydia before download.
Ramses - August 30, 2008 at 1:59am
Hello Alex, I have just installed iLog 2.0 since Cydia, and when I launch it, return on the springboard
zeroskill - August 30, 2008 at 1:56am
Hello Alex, What about existing customers who already paid for this App while they were using 1.1.x Firmwares?
Alex - August 29, 2008 at 10:57pm
Hello! Just to clarify... AppStore is not possible!!! Apple did not give me a chance to post it... SDK limitations. If it will be possible to host it on AppStore price will be 1.99$! Claim to Apple, but to me! And trust to say, with current Apple politic you will not see powerful productive applications (except games)... I hope Apple will change they politic some day.
G - August 29, 2008 at 8:41pm
Very nice app but OVERPRICED! I can only speak for myself, price it a5t about $1.99 and you have a customer otherwise, it's just not worth it. But, thank you for the effort!
Gordon - August 29, 2008 at 8:28pm
if it like the time of FW 1.1.4, can also manage SMS I will pay for it. now I am still waiting....
scorpi - August 29, 2008 at 5:15pm
two baks max pay
Ramses - August 29, 2008 at 4:34pm
I have just installed iLog 2.0 since Cydia, and when I launch it, return on the springboard
Argm - August 29, 2008 at 4:22pm
I will wait to iCalls to come up... it was much better than Ilog back in 1.4... and it was FREE too. Alex: If you want to charge for this you have to lower the price and put it in the App Store.
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