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SpoofAppSpoofing a telephone number, changing your voice and recording a call was never so easy. Yea, you can do all that using one SIMPLE application.

The application is called SpoofApp which works on iPhone, iPod Touch and Android. Blackberry version of this app is currently under development so blackberry fans can expect it to hit the market soon.

is built on another service offered by . is just like any other calling card available in the market, the only difference is that when you call the it prompts you to punch in the number you want to dial and then the “Spoof” number.

Just downloading the App does not let you make calls right away; you also got to buy SpoofCard minutes. Minutes start from $10 for an hour worth of talk time and $80 for four hours.

SpoofApp is an UI designed to make use of SpoofCard’s technology and it does it pretty well.

Watch the video below to see SpoofApp in action.

The application is not currently available on the iPhone AppStore yet as it is under review since 110 days, which means its only available for jailbroken iPhones.

The funny part is SpoofApp goes on to justify how jailbreaking the iPhone is actually not that bad and shows you how to do it.

SpoofApp Screenshot

For android phone you can downloaded from Android Market Place under Entertainment Category and click here to visit SpoofApp

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6 Comments on This Article

  1. By: Borniet  on February 19, 2009 at 4:01 pm

    I suppose Apple is never going to allow this app into its AppStore, since its uses are not really all that "white hat". As for jailbraking the phone, if you intend on using this app, I think you are willing to jailbrake your phone for it :-)
    http://www.icantinternet.org/category/iphone/

  2. By: james macy  on December 30, 2009 at 7:20 am

    this is a sick app and i hope everyone who uses it gets in major trouble because its extremely sick

  3. By: security expert  on March 20, 2010 at 4:13 am

    Great App! It's very useful for privacy - to be able to call collection agencies and other untrusted companies, and ensure that they only get your voicemail number (eg. k7.com number).

  4. By: SpoofCard  on May 7, 2010 at 10:53 pm

    Just downloading the App does not let you make calls right away; you also got to buy SpoofCard minutes. Minutes start from $10 for an hour worth of talk time and $80 for four hours.

    Hmmm let me see $10 for one hour $80 for four hours now does that make sense?

  5. By: Jeff  on June 17, 2010 at 1:15 pm

    I personally don't like this app because people can place threatening calls to a person and it looks like they are calling from the victim's mom's phone. I have received a threatening call before, and i thought it was my wife. Not a safe app.

  6. By: Sharon  on December 27, 2010 at 9:30 pm

    This is SICK~!! My best friend just recieved a call from
    someone using this and they used the local "police station phone
    number" and told her that her daughter had been attacked by a dog
    and hung up the phone. My friend called the police station back and
    they didn't know what she was talking about. It was nearly a week
    before she found out the truth after receiving more "prank" calls
    from this same sick person using this SICK app. TRASH
    IT~!!