New App Helps Cheaters Hide Calls, Text Messages

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If you’ve been getting lucky with someone other than your partner or spouse, a new cheaters’ app may be the app for you. “CATE” was released in theAndroid market last week and is already garnering good reviews.

The name of the app, CATE, is an acronym for “call and text eraser,” according to WPTV-TV.

The app promises to live up to its name. It costs $2.99, and can store certaintexts and calls within a password-protected system. This means that phone calls or messages you’d like to be kept private will remain locked away from prying eyes.

The application was developed by Florida man Phillip Immler, who is apoliceman and a law student. He developed the application after seeing his friend go through a divorce after his wife hacked his phone, WPTV-TV reports.

He also noted that while serving as a police officer, he saw many domestic disputes that started from what one partner saw on the other’s phone.

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