7 Apps to Prevent Drunk Dialing ...


7 Apps to Prevent Drunk Dialing ...
7 Apps to Prevent Drunk Dialing ...

I have a few friends that I wish would invest in some of the following 7 apps to prevent drunk dialing. I’ve received some interesting text messages and phone calls from these individuals! A link with more information about the following apps, as well as the price for each one, are also provided in the list below.

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Drunk Driver for Android – by Dan Schroeder

Drunk Driver for Android – by Dan Schroeder Price: FREE at androidzoom.com

Even though this is an app that doesn’t block you from calling people on your contact list, maybe it will keep you busy enough that you won’t even think about calling your friends while you are drunk. I don’t really understand how the name of this app fits the idea behind it, but I wasn’t the one who named it. This app is a basically a card game and it tells you when to drink and how many drinks to take, depending on which card shows up on your phone’s screen.


DrunkBlocker for Android – by Oscar Andersson

DrunkBlocker for Android – by Oscar Andersson Price: FREE at androidzoom.com

Download this app if you are notorious for drunk dialing friends. This app replaces all the phone numbers on your list of blocked contacts with a string of different numbers. If you decide you really want to call this person, then you can try to pass the sobriety test that the app offers. In order to try your hand at the sobriety test, you will need to open the DrunkBlocker app up.


The DrunkBlocker app works as an effective preventative measure for those impulse calls you might regret the next morning. With its built-in sobriety test, which typically involves challenges such as remembering a sequence of numbers or completing complex tasks, it ensures that only the clear-headed can dial out. The app is a great tool for those who want to avoid awkward situations after a night out. It's simple to set up before you start drinking and provides a fun yet stern gatekeeper to prevent any mishaps with your phone contacts.


Drunk Text Preventer for Android – by JARA

Drunk Text Preventer for Android – by JARA Price: FREE at androidzoom.com

In case you are more of a drunk texter than a drunk dialer, this is the app for you. For this app to work properly, you will need to click on the button that says ‘Click When Drinking’. The button needs to be clicked before you even start drinking. If you do try to text someone while you have put this app into motion, you will be required to answer a question within 10 seconds. If you pass the test question, then you can use the phone for 30 minutes or tell the app you aren’t drinking any more.


But here's the kicker, you're not going to be answering basic math. Oh no! The developers have dialed up the challenge by setting questions that get increasingly difficult as the night progresses. Imagine trying to solve a complex riddle when you can barely see the buttons. Even if you're determined to send that "I miss you" text at 2 AM, Drunk Text Preventer turns into a gatekeeper, ensuring that only the most sober and coherent messages make it through. What's more, the app keeps a log of your activities so you can remember (or cringe at) your attempts to outsmart it the next day.


IDrunk Dialer for IPhone – by Bearded Pony

IDrunk Dialer for IPhone – by Bearded Pony Price: $0.99 at itunes.apple.com

This app actually encourages drunk dialing, but only to the individuals on your contact list who will get a kick out of getting a rambling message from you when you are three sheets to the wind. You can place a number of contacts on the list who wouldn’t be offended if they received a phone call from you while you’re drunk. Some of the features on this app include animation and sounds to add to the phone call to make it more fun, etiquette tips for drunk dialing properly, and the ability to set the conversation length.


The IDrunk Dialer for IPhone is a great app for those who want to have a bit of fun when they are drunk. It allows users to select contacts from their list who would be open to receiving a rambling message from them. The app also comes with animation and sound effects to make the phone call more entertaining, as well as etiquette tips for drunk dialing properly. It also has the ability to set the conversation length, so you can avoid going on for too long. This app is available for purchase for just $0.99 from the iTunes store, and is a great way to have fun without offending anyone.


Designated Dialer for IPhone – by Phase2 Media

Designated Dialer for IPhone – by Phase2 Media Price: $0.99 at itunes.apple.com

You can set this app to block your choice of contacts. All you do is click on ‘Lock my phone’ and the app is set into motion. If you do try to call someone on the blocked list, you will end up calling the toll-free number for the creator of the app. There is a recorded message reminding you that you shouldn’t be calling this particular person from your list of blocked contacts. Before the app can be turned off, there is a coordination test that must be passed.


Don’t Dial for IPhone – by Cuttlefish Industries

Don’t Dial for IPhone – by Cuttlefish Industries Price: $0.99 at itunes.apple.com

Certain contacts on your list can be blocked for up to a total of 24 hours; it’s your choice. If you don’t trust yourself with using the timer on this app, then you can have a friend enter a password to keep certain contacts blocked. A clock is displayed on the screen when the app is in use. The clock is a timer counting down the minutes left until you will be able to access your blocked contact list.


This nifty little safeguard will be your night-out companion, ensuring no tipsy miscommunications with exes or bosses. It has easy-to-navigate controls and a simple interface: choose contacts, set the timer, and relax—social faux pas avoided. In case you get the urge to override the block, you'll need superhuman willpower or that password from a trustworthy pal. Plus, the wallet-friendly price means you're investing less than a dollar in your dignity. Now that’s a win-win for everyone.


Bad Decision Blocker for IPhone – by John Genest

Bad Decision Blocker for IPhone – by John Genest Price: $0.99 at itunes.apple.com

When you know you are heading out with a group of friends for a wild night on the town, why not use this app to protect yourself (and others) from the possibility of you engaging in drunk dialing. This app allows you to block any emails, text messages, or phone calls going out to the people you choose. You are the one who chooses the time frame for the app to work. Once the allotted time has expired, the contact information of the selected individuals will show up again.

Do you think any of these 7 apps to prevent drunk dialing would work for you or your friends? Feel free to offer information on any other drunk dialing apps you’ve heard about.

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I think the intended purpose of these apps is to make the person who is drinking more responsible. The person is supposed to engage the app before he/she begins drinking in the first place.

The InZeDogHouse App temporarily removes a number from your contact list so you can't access it even when drunk! The added bonus is when I see 'HIS' name on the dog kennel in the App! It makes me laugh.

Wait, I don't get it. Can't drunks just open up their normal Contacts list and just call instead of opening a downloaded app?

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