Is callbar worth the money ?

TJone

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Aug 2, 2010
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Works perfect for me on 4.2.1 and it is one of the best apps I bought recently.
 

monderick

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Jun 30, 2010
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Downloaded it, found out it didnt work with my setup and then removed it.
If it worked I would have bought it but since it didnt Im not out any money for somethin that doesnt work.
Nor do I care if you approve or not what I did.
Peace.
so it couldn't be a problem with the cracked version? :rolleyes:
 

xavierpunkreno

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Jul 22, 2010
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Absolutely worth the money. Don't know how many times I've been using my phone and someone I didn't want to talk to calls, interrupting me. I don't like sending the call to voicemail because then they know I'm purposely ignoring them. One of the best tweaks ever. Totally worth every penny.
 

psywzrd

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Feb 6, 2008
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I am in the same boat. It crashes springboard every time i receive a call and im on 4.1. So much for it saying 4.x support eh?
Crashing for me on 4.3.3 as well. That's why these guys need to offer a free trial for these apps and that's why people use cracked apps sometimes. I know it's only $4 but why should I be out $4 now? Now I need to figure out if it's a conflict with an app I have installed.
 

TigerBabe

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Aug 6, 2010
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I figured out why it would crash and keep re-springing on 4.3.3 It's incompatible with Pocketmode,Kuai dialer and also any kind of ringtone manager such as TonesFX.
 

psywzrd

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Feb 6, 2008
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I figured out why it would crash and keep re-springing on 4.3.3 It's incompatible with Pocketmode,Kuai dialer and also any kind of ringtone manager such as TonesFX.
Interesting because I do use ToneFXs. I sure hope they fix this soon because it's a great tweak.
 

Che Castro

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May 21, 2009
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This app is buggy

I got a call while in the lockscreen , and the phone kept ringing & ringing no matter what button i pressed

I had to power off the phone to stop it
 

cmbezln

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Jan 28, 2009
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Downloaded it, found out it didnt work with my setup and then removed it.
If it worked I would have bought it but since it didnt Im not out any money for somethin that doesnt work.
Nor do I care if you approve or not what I did.
Peace.
I love this response.... "I would have paid for it if it worked". No you wouldn't have. In face, i've never heard of anybody in real life actually doing this.

As for call bar, I found it to be too small and sometimes wouldnt even notice i'm being called....needs to be more prominent.
 

Almeuit

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May 25, 2011
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I love this response.... "I would have paid for it if it worked". No you wouldn't have. In face, i've never heard of anybody in real life actually doing this..
Then your new to jailbreaking. This is very common for people to "pirate" apps to try them out and see if they work on their phone (either from Cydia or the app store). Just beause something in the app store says its gonna do X, Y, Z doesn't mean it will so most people want to test it instead of tossing money down the drain.

Welcome to Jailbreaking. hope you can learn a thing or two :rolleyes:
 

Applejuiced

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Apr 16, 2008
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At the iPhone hacks section.
I love this response.... "I would have paid for it if it worked". No you wouldn't have. In face, i've never heard of anybody in real life actually doing this.
Like I really need to explain to you or care if you love the response or not:rolleyes:
You have any idea how many buggy and non working cydia packages I purchased only for them not to work right, cause issues with my phone or put it in a restore loop or not be compatible with what I have installed? Then I had to chase the dev for help and get ignored and money down the drain. There's tons of devs putting out junk out there for sale, stuff not tested properly, or dont work with some firmware versions or plainly dont do what they are supposed to example "yourtube 2", this package in question and many others. Then instead of fixing issues with their older package they put out more junk up for sale in order to get more money from people that pay first without having a clue if they're throwing their money away.
So you do what you want and buy them and hope for the best.
I'll do it my way wether you or anyone agree's with it or not.
 

PsstGreek

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Oct 21, 2010
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Tampa Bay
The best is when the developers ignore your requests for support or just abandon an app entirely. Money definitely down the drain.
For example that WiFi Sync developer. The WiFi Sync app had so many problems, I contacted the dev asking for a refund. Never heard from him.
 

labman

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Jun 9, 2009
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real simple Dev's in the App store just offer Lite Versions!

Dev's in Cydia offer a reasonable trail period.

If it's worth the money many people will be happy to support the Dev. ;)


if it's junk delete!

Worst thing is somehow there are people on twitter that think I'm connected to Coconutsapps Dev of yourtube2. because I asked him to fix it!

now I get bugged about it and I'm not a Dev! :rolleyes:
 

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