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    Exclamation {RELEASE} iCallBR - Clear any call, one by one

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    Allows you to clear any call, one by one, from your recent calls history.

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    Source: http://repo.iphonebrasil.org/i.xml



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    iLog can do this already and much more, what use to have one more ? also there is IcallID for this too. I think personaly Developer should work on other application then on one that already exist several different. This in just my opinion.
    Last edited by netuser; 02-09-2008 at 02:07 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by netuser View Post
    iLog can do this already and much more, what use to have one more ? also there is IcallID for this too. I think personaly Developer should work on other application then on one that already exist several different. This in just my opinion.
    Applications are not exactly alike and some may have a different valuable twist. I don't think there is any reason why someone should discourage other people from developing applications just because similar ones exist. Developers put a lot of effort in bringing out things that are valuable for them and for others. When they go forward and share they should be incent.

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    Does this run under 1.1.3?

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    Well, it doesnt show up on Springboard in 1.1.3 without monkeying with the permissions so Im going to say probably not.

    EDIT - After changing the permissions and getting it to run, it appears the calls dont get logged. The call list just stays empty.

    This makes it 0-4 for call manager apps under 1.1.3 as none of the others work either.
    Last edited by MadFlava; 02-11-2008 at 10:43 PM.


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    aggg

    please, someaone made a call management for 1.1.3!!

 

 

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