Dubious iPhone App of the Week

Fake Calls is an iPhone app that lets you receive a fake call on your phone — you can either tap the icon on your home screen (discreetly labeled FC) and your phone will ring in ten seconds, or else you can schedule a call in advance. Your phone will look and sound exactly like you’re receiving an incoming call — you can select in advance who the caller is, from your mom to your boss to the president — except that nobody’s really there. You can then “answer” the call — or decline it if you’re using the app just to prove you have manners.

Let it be stated for the record that we do not officially endorse this iPhone app as a means of cutting a blind date short. But you should definitely feel free to use it if you’re being awkwardly dumped after two dates, or if you’re stuck in a pointless meeting on the day before your holiday break, or your brother-in-law has been explaining his process for brining the turkey for the past 30 minutes.

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that’s pretty interesting im gonna get that