From Beijing Mobile Security Technology:
MCleaner is a firewall software, which can reject call/SMS. Features: Auto-start mode; Running on background; Edit whitelist or blacklist by Keyword; Blocked logs can be easily viewed and restored; Protect user's privacy. Functions: powerful SMS/MMS filter. Its supports SMS/MMS/wap push/wap bookmark filters. It keeps users free from junk SMS, with a combination of five filter options information;incoming call rejection: It keeps users free from unwanted calls,with a combination of five filter options information.For incoming calls rejected, it has four settings, such as 'Phone Busy', 'Mute Ring', 'Busy and Reply SMS',or 'Divert Calls to'; Schedule Management: It enables users to reject incoming call/SMS/MMS at a specified period, instead of at any other time, such as meeting, driving, shopping, taking a rest; Profile mode Under this mode,it has 9 types of fast-setting rejection modes available. Password protection, all records can saved in mobile safely.
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This version is the first release on CNET Download.com.
Will not open after download. You'll get a message saying "CHOOSE APPLICATION." Like going to a doctor for a colonoscopy and he asks, "You want me to use this broomstick, a fire-hose, a rattle snake or this thing that looks like a vacuum cleaner.?"
Unless you are a Mac Geek, look for another app that is easy to install. You won't get any assistance from Mcleaner on how to open and install this app. At least with a colon doctor, you might have a narrow choice, but with Mcleaner, who knows what app you are suppose to use to open and install the software for your iPhone.
...more or less as it DOES NOT do what you are looking for. Listen up as I went through the give me spam registration to let you know this--MCleaner DOES NOT block calls or texts. What it does do is keep you from being alerted (i.e. no phone ring) when they do come in. However, as they are accepted, YOU ARE CHARGED FOR THINGS "BLOCKED". Avoiding charges for spam was what I was looking for, maybe you too? Well, skip this s/w and keep looking.
Now, MCleaner may have value to you in just setting aside the spam texts and telemarketing calls inside the MCleaner log rather than in your normal phone log. You could use it for something like, set aside all calls from work automatically after 5:00pm and on weekends. (Note that I almost wrote block rather than set aside, but once again, it DOES NOT BLOCK ANYTHING! "Blocked" calls and text are still accepted and you charged for them by your provider but your phone doesn't chirp.) However, when a company LIES about what its s/w does, then I don't think it should be patronized even if there is a use for the product.