On August 5, Conway-based company First Orion debuted their unique Privacystar application on the wireless industry’s popular Android Market. As long as the cellular phone has the Android Operating System for 1.6 or higher along with a CDMA phone including Wi-Fi capability for Caller ID, users can enjoy the full benefits associated with Privacystar. For only $2.99/month, users are able to uncover and block names and numbers of nuisance callers through Privacystar’s specialized Caller ID system. The CEO of First Orion, Jeff Stalnacker, recently stated, “PrivacyStar offers a host of features that will appeal to everyone who wants to increase the functionality of their phone, from unlimited call blocking to our newest, groundbreaking addition – Caller ID…” With these specialized features, users will no longer have to research the call log to determine the callers’ identity. With the unique Privacystar functions, the number and name of the caller will display as the phone rings, allowing users to reject/ignore the undesired calls.
Another unique and important feature of Privacystar is the capability to block unknown/unavailable and individual numbers on the Android platform. SmartBlock, another distinct feature on the Privacystar application, enables users across the Privacystar database the capability to block the application’s most notorious nuisance phone numbers. Do Not Disturb, a popular feature inside SmartBlock, allows for these unwanted calls to go directly to voicemail with an automated text message response. If requested by the user, Privacystar offers the date, time, number, and identity of possible violators of the telemarketing guidelines. Any ‘Do Not Call’ complaints and blocked calls can be managed by syncing the cellular device to a personal web portal.
First initiated in June of 2010, First Orion’s Privacystar application is quickly rising as one of the top cellular applications for the wireless industry. First originated on the Blackberry cellular devices, Privacystar users have generated 10% of all nuisance call reports made to the Federal Trade Commission. Over 37,000 complaints have been filed with the Federal Trade Commission, while 207,000 phone numbers have been blocked through the Privacystar database.
For users interested in trying out the popular Privacystar application, there is a No-Risk free 7-day trial period. For more information about First Orion and the popular Privacystar application, you may visit http://www.privacystar.com.