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    Article: SmrtGuard Acquired by Exclaim Mobility

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    Great app. I even forget its there, working.I look forward to any improvements this change may bring.

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    Same here. I'm anxious to see where this takes the great products we've come to know from SmrtGuard. They've always been good to us in the past and I hope that relationship continues with the new ownership!

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    Exclaim sucks big time! They quietly kill every startup they buy. First, they bought Mobicious and killed it. Then, they bought Didiom and killed it. Then, they bought Frame Channel and killed it. Guess who's next...right, SmrtGuard!


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    I used to love smrt guard in my bb when I had one and If was Very good. Very nice app for sure.

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    Well, I hope the former SmrtGuard owners are happy with what they got. Everybody has their price, I guess.

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    Isn't that how it works now? Create something, get it noticed, then sell it off for a profit?

    Remember when creating sometihing and seeing it through and providing continued quality was more important. Think that ended in the 80's.

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