BSD Telecom, Inc - the company behind the BluffMyCall service and iPhone app - has released the Application Programming Interface to their system to developers in order to spur development for other platforms. With mobile versions currently available only for BlackBerry and jailbroken iPhones, BluffMyCall offers a lot of tools to modify how your calls are received.
The company offers a free peek (after a ten-second ad) to a limited subset of the product's features, and sells access to the full version by the minute. Both the free and full versions let you use any Caller ID on the phone, change the sound of your voice and recording your outgoing calls. The full version adds notes, an uploadable phone book and the ability to bypass someone's phone and go straight to their voicemail. They offer local access numbers around the world and can make calls to over 950 international destinations.
Joel Schwartz of BSD Telecom Inc. explained the company's decision to open up the API:
We decided to release our API so that anybody can create any type of application to spoof. We are hoping that people will create widgets, web apps, and mobile apps for the smaller platforms. In addition we released the source code for our Windows Mobile application as a starter for developers to work with.
image via bluffmycall.com