One of the most anticipated features in OS 10.3, at least for me as a former BBOS user, is that call blocking applications would finally be possible. BlockIt is a headless application that allows users to block incoming calls by a specific number using the Caller ID. Below this option is your personalized lists, Black List, White List, and Exception, that you simply tap on to access. In addition, for those of you concerned over permissions, this application requires a few in order to function properly. Being able to prevent calls from certain parties including spammers is a most useful feature that had been lacking for quite some time on BlackBerry 10.
Receive alerts any time you miss a call, even when your phone is off or the caller didna€™t leave a voicemail! You won’t only see the number of the person calling you, but wea€™ll also show you their full name and address information, when available!
With BlackBerry opening up the API to developers it was only a matter of time before a variety of applications were made available to ensure calls from those pesky telemarketers or other callers you may not want to get through do not get answered.

The interface is not cluttered at all and everything needed is laid out in an easy to read manner.
The currently selected list is highlighted in orange, and you simply tap on the New Phone Number icon (plus sign) at the bottom to add a number to a particular list.
Whether you wish to block a specific party or cannot be bothered at all with calls, BlockIt is packed with features to get the job done. Blacklisted numbers will be played a phone company recording telling them your phone number has been disconnected.
At the top, you are presented with a drop down list to select the current profile or blocked list you wish to use.
After tapping on that button, you are directed to another page to input the important information concerning the number you wish to block. Calls are picked up and ended without the individual even realizing they were blocked which works out well. For example, you could select Block Black List, which only blocks the numbers populated there, Block All except Exception list, Block All, and so on and so forth.

You can pull entries directly from the Contacts app or from your device call log or enter in a name, choose which list to add to, select an LED color and blink interval, manually add a number with area code, and, the most important, select the appropriate country code from the dropdown list.
For example, if a number is under the Blacklist you may tap on the +w or +e to move to the White List or Exception List.
When a call is received from a particular blocked number your device will blink the LED color chosen (if applicable), there will be no incoming call screen on your device, and the caller after a ring or so will see the line go dead with a fast busy signal. However, please note that the call does appear in the BlackBerry Hub and in your call log as a missed call.

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