Description: SPC Security & Privacy:
1. Black list that blocks sms, block call as firewall
2. Private Conversation that move sms call to your private label
3. Customized filters
Ever have a nosy wife that’s all up in your business and tries to read texts from your mistress like Tiger Woods? Or maybe you’re a spy with secret texts that are only for you to read. Are you so popular that you have stalkers that won’t leave you alone? Super Private Conversations may be able to help you. With Super Private Conversations you can label a number as a Blacklist or a Private Conversation. The number can be pulled from your Contacts, Call Log or Text Messages.
If a number is labeled as Blacklisted, when a call is received from that number, the call will not ring and will automatically go to voice mail. A black listed text will not show up with a notification and will not show up in your text messaging app, unless you change the notification settings. Though you can still see the text message and calls in the Log under the Spam folder. An auto-reply can be set up to black listed numbers.
If a number is labeled as a Private Conversation, when a call is received, it will only show up on the call log in the Super Private Conversations app. It won’t show up in your regular call log. If a Private Conversation text is received, it will only show up in the Super Private Conversations App.
Notification settings can be customized for Blacklisted and Private Conversations with icons, ring tones, vibrates, flashing LED, or a notification message.
A password can be set to access Super Private Conversations.
There’s also a Forum in the app, but it’s useless because of people posting trash that has nothing to do with the app.
The paid version for $13.99 gets rid of the ads, you can recover your log in password, and free tech support.
It’s an interesting app if you have something to hide. I like the idea of being able to filter out messages and phone calls to a place where they are password protected. The filters worked as expected. The different notification options are also a welcomed feature. I’d definitely use this app if I needed to hide messages and calls, but I don’t.