Are there any apps like Burner or some other app to anonymously text another number?
Would like to know if blackberry 10 supports and Burner-like apps to anonymously send and receive text messages. Just wondering... not trying to do anything illegal .
- 02-26-14, 02:35 PM #7
Unfortunately it would require you to run a Leak OS in order to get ahold of SNAP.You would need 10.2.1.xxx and above to allow the installation and use of SNAP.
SNAP is a 3rd party app store that taps into googleplay and allows for direct search and installs of most of their apps. - Not all apps will work though.
- 02-26-14, 02:55 PM #9
This was recently dropped and "cleans" your phone before the OS install,
How to Use Snap:
How to use Snap on BlackBerry 10.2.1 to install Android APK files | CrackBerry.com
And your OS download can be found in the Leaked OS section of the forums!
- 07-23-14, 11:29 AM #12
I downloaded the trial version of Burner from Snap and it works great. The problem is that it doesn't seem to let you pay for the full version after the 7 day trial expires - I think because you need Google Play. Has any one been able to pay for the full version and if so how did you do it?
Does anyone have any alternative apps they can recommend? I tried Text Free but I found it quickly drained my battery constantly checking for new texts.
- 07-23-14, 05:05 PM #13
Still looking for a good alternative app that works in the meantime if anyone has any suggestions.
- 07-23-14, 05:41 PM #14
Visit Google Play via your desktop and purchase it from there. It will then be recognized as purchased on your account and you should, in theory, be able to just download it from Snap using the same login credentials.
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- 07-23-14, 06:06 PM #15
I see it as my app on Google Play via my desktop but I don't see an option to buy the app's credits. I even bought some Google Play credits to see if it would somehow give me an option to transfer those over, but it did not.
- 07-24-14, 11:09 AM #16
I saw there is a new app called Masked SMS, but that seems to hide your text not give you a different #. I saw people were concerned about the potential illegal uses of Masked SMS. Just to be clear, I have a totally legitimate use for a second # that I can just delete or change later. I have a few rental properties and wanted to use the second # for an ad so I could "kill it" when the property was rented. I have found in the past when I used my real cell # that I would get annoying calls and texts for months after the ad was over and the apartment was rented.
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