RoboKiller - Stop Spam Calls

RoboKiller - Stop Spam Calls

By TelTech Systems

  • Category: Utilities
  • Release Date: 2015-09-08
  • Current Version: 3.5.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 95.73 MB
  • Developer: TelTech Systems
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.2 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 24,735 Ratings

Description

With RoboKiller, answer your phone with confidence once again! Telemarketers and scammers have made it painful to pick up a call, but RoboKiller, winner of the FTC's anti-robocall competition, gives you your phone back. The New York Times, NBC, Wired, Engadget, Vice and others, are all raving about RoboKiller’s power to block over 100,000 spam calls and its uncanny ability to show you exactly who is calling you before your answer. RoboKiller reduces unwanted calls by up to 90% in 30 days! RoboKiller is available with both monthly and yearly subscriptions, both with a free 7-day trial; opt-out at any time during the trial and you aren’t charged a penny. (See robokiller.com for pricing.) RoboKiller also takes the hassle out of getting the calls you DO want, with true, real-time caller ID so you can stop guessing who’s at the other end of your calls. RoboKiller’s caller ID turns phone numbers into names, addresses and even photos of the people calling you. No more annoying cutting and pasting, trying to figure out who’s on the phone after the call is already over. *** RoboKiller works on Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, Cricket and MetroPCS. RoboKiller is NOT currently supported by US Cellular. *** KEY BENEFITS: - Automatically blocks spam and robocallers with patented FTC-award winning technology. - Spam list automatically updates automatically, making sure you always have the most up-to-date protection. - Take control! Bad number got through? Block it! Good number got blocked? Allow it! - Identifies missed calls with Caller ID - including names, addresses and even photos (where available). - See missed and blocked calls in your Recents - you can even listen in to hear why blocked callers were calling. - Dedicated customer service team with real humans, 7 days a week. In-App Purchases: RoboKiller is a free download, with a free trial period to use the app completely risk-free, before purchasing the service. If you purchase the service, you will be charged a monthly price according to your country. The price will always be shown in the app before you complete a purchase. Your RoboKiller subscription automatically renews at the end of every billing period (as determined by your purchase of monthly or yearly service) and your iTunes account will automatically be charged within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period. You can turn off auto-renew at any time from your iTunes Account Settings after purchase. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable. Terms of Service: http://www.robokiller.com/terms.html Privacy Policy: http://www.robokiller.com/privacy.html

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Reviews

  • Works as Intended

    4
    By Tyleryac
    I recently started receiving numerous spam and fraudulent calls, and Truecaller couldn’t do the trick. I tried this app simply by browsing the App Store, and after tweaking a few settings, most of the calls have stopped.
  • Could not stop laughing

    5
    By Small Golfer
    The first scam call I received was for a free vacation. I have the (Russian hello) taking the call for me and I was laughing when I heard the recording. I keep listing to the recording and still laugh at it. This app is great. I want them to keep calling so I can laugh at them and waste there time talking to nobody.
  • DONT FORCE NOTIFICATIONS

    2
    By Rpsfan
    Umm what dumb UX person on your team thought it was a good idea to force notifications? Your users are downloading/installing this to be free of being pestered by unwanted calls and sh&t. Freaking DUH!!! Probably going to cancel soon if this isn’t resolved as you can call ATT have them block all and very effectively so!
  • Finely one that works

    5
    By BuckNaked#1
    It’s worth the time and money. Well worth it.
  • Love this app!

    5
    By Awoehler
    I have been inundated by spam calls that refuse to take me off their list. I am on the National no-call List but it makes no difference. RoboKiller also blocks those pesky spoof spam numbers as well! The robo recorded messages are hilarious and I take special glee in listening to them. Thank you for making this app!! You should win an award for this.
  • Love this app.

    5
    By Franqs
    Amazing app. Blocks most all spam and yet allowing you to hear the message if one is left
  • Voicemail problems

    2
    By Rev'd Sarah
    Although the app works well to identify spam calls it also automatically grabs and records voicemails which means they don’t come through on the iPhone visual voicemail app. A big problem!!! And there is nowhere in the RoboKiller app’s settings to deactivate the voicemail function so you have to wait until support gets back to you. This has happened twice now. First time they went in and disconnected voicemail but it took a while for them to respond, and I was told I had activated that function! No.
  • I’m not convinced...

    3
    By sasteve59
    I purchased a years subscription to this app after reading about it on my company’s forum at work. Other employees seemed to like it so I thought Why Not since I use my personal phone for work. It has blocked 10 calls so far and saved me 11 minutes. 11 precious minutes. I have spent those 11 minutes listening to the recordings trying to find a good one. I have yet to hear a good hilarious clip of a telemarketer trying to interact with the bots. It just doesn’t happen. I don’t regret the purchase but I am not sure I’d recommend it as a time saver either. And it’s not really funny so maybe it was a waste of my money... I’ll keep listening and update this review if I feel compelled to do so.
  • RoboKiller

    5
    By Wesley Bishop
    I’m a fan of robot assassins; nothing more to really say.
  • It’s not working

    5
    By Betty Slate
    It’s not working. It’s not working. It’s not working

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