You know what they say the worst part about cheating is: Richard Gere confronting your Euro boy-toy and brutally smashing his head with a snowglobe. Also, getting caught, in general. Don't, thanks to Call And Text Eraser.
Hatched by a West Palm Beach cop in an attempt to keep his buddy's snooping wife out of his bidness, CATE covers your ass by basically hiding all your malfeasances inside your phone in a place only you can get to, thus taking care of the annoying "stopping constantly cheating on your girlfriend". The app itself is completely hidden; it never shows up under your "running apps", and you can either set it up so there's no icon at all, and you just type a passcode to open it, or it can be disguised as one of 50 inconspicuous icons including a calculator or stock symbols that can be outfitted with a custom title, which should probably be "Chicks I'm Trying To Bang/Stocks". Once you're up and running, set up a Blacklist of contacts you want concealed; calls from Blacklisters will come in completely silent and won't show up in your missed log, and texts can be received and sent only from inside the CATE app environment, which Al Gore was making a documentary about saving until he understood the context of this sentence.
For now, CATE's only available on Android, but it's dropping on the BlackBerry in the next couple of weeks, which's also what Richard Gere called that Euro dude and his brother when he saw them not even benching plates at the gym, months before he got down to murdering one of them with a Christmas gift.
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