RoboKiller: Spam Call Blocker

RoboKiller: Spam Call Blocker

By TelTech Systems

  • Category: Utilities
  • Release Date: 2015-09-08
  • Current Version: 4.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 170.64 MB
  • Developer: TelTech Systems
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.2 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 131,073 Reviews)
  • Price:
RoboKiller: Spam Call Blocker App Ratings: 4.5
Total 131,073 Reviews

RoboKiller: Spam Call Blocker App 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. 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, C Spire, 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 or yearly price according to your country and which item you purchase. 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: Privacy Policy:


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RoboKiller: Spam Call Blocker App Reviews

  • Awesome

    By Fredonia93
    This is the best app I own. I was getting three or four spam calls a day. Now I get the satisfaction of seeing all the spam calls blocked. It’s surprisingly accurate with recognizing spam and spoofed numbers. I use the “This number has been disconnected” recording, which doesn’t do much if it’s an automated phone call, but it fools real people. To sum up, not one spam call has gotten through since I installed this app.
  • Great !

    By Drahcir Amihsakat
    How do I "allow" blocked calls ? Other than that; It's great. I don't receive Most 99% robo calls. 👍 .
  • App

    By Shimpy 00
    Trying to deactivate this app, doesn’t give me the option
  • Asks you to buy a membership right away

    By the-worm-in-the-apple
    I already don’t like the way this app was not straightforward from the start. The first time you run the app it immediately asks you for your cell phone number and it’s mandatory that you put it in to continue. Then, as soon as it takes your cell number, it pops up a screen that says either start a free trial (which will begin billing your iTunes account if you don’t cancel it yourself ahead of the expiration)– or you can jump right into it and begin paying for a full subscription right away. You want me to decide that I’m going to go ahead and sign up for a service/app that I’ve never even seen before?! I suppose that’s what the “trial” is for, but I don’t like trying something with a subtext that summarily says: oh yeah- the free trial will turn into a paid membership if you forget to cancel– even if you’re not using it... we’ll presume you wanted to pay for it by default.” Seems they’re now an executive on your behalf; no worries– they’ll take it from here. It’s not that it bothers me to pay for a subscription to a product/service. I have countless subscriptions that I gladly pay for each month/year with no complaints at all... but I at least got to see the program for a minute or two before being asked to go ahead and give it pre-approval to charge me for the service by default at the end of the trial. I see this a lot these days and it’s not ok to me. It feels misleading, or at the very best, it’s the standard ploy which bets and hopes that you forget to cancel the trial so they can auto-charge your account to punish you and your bad memory. The way I see it is: if you’ve got to try and trick people into paying for your app/service/product... then I have to believe that it must have little or no intrinsic value in itself– otherwise, people would happily and voluntarily sign up to continue to enjoy what they see to be a worthy product. That, or you’re just an untrustworthy company... and I’ll always be wondering where the next trap is set. Maybe I’m over-reacting. We all are contributing our opinions here, and the positive reviews seem to far outweigh scathing ones like mine. That’s perfectly fine. It may be an awesome app– I truly have no idea. I can’t judge that part. I just won’t get to see if it is or not because I’m just not agreeing to their terms. I leave it free for the reader to decide their own opinion– it just rubs me the wrong way every time I see this kind of “forced trial with conditions”; sign this line riiiight here if you want to get past the non-skippable intro screen” tactic. I’m moving on to something else a little more forthcoming, like Malwarebytes’ product/service. Don’t just steal my mobile number and THEN try and get me to start a trial. Do it the other way around- that’s all it takes. It’s the courteous thing to do. Take my personal info AFTER I decide that I agree to your terms, not before.
  • Perfect Solution!!!!!

    By Rackensacker
    Just what I was looking for to end the annoying robocalls.
  • New update worked

    By Mr Bo Jangels
    Installed perfect this time but it did not ask me for a trial. And since it did not work the first time and I had to cancel my subscription could I get a free trial Now, to make sure it works before I start shelling out 4 dollars a month? I don’t mind paying the money, I don’t trust you guys because it did not work for me for over 30 days
  • Meh...s’ok

    By trurevu2
    It’s ok. Calls still get through and it doesn’t seem to truly get to a live person on the other end and waste their time as advertised. I paid for one month to check how many calls would be blocked and how many missed. In two weeks time it blocked 14 calls but allowed 5. I will update if results are different over the next two weeks.
  • A lot less calls

    By BishBod
    I don’t get nearly as many unwanted calls to my phone. I love that I can go through and listen and find out if it’s someone I know or not. Usually if I don’t recognize the number I don’t answer. Now Robo killer takes care of it for me. If it’s not in my contacts it doesn’t ring through.
  • Buggy!

    By iMaKh
    Every time the app updates you have to uninstall, restart your phone, reinstall and set it up again. It’s beyond frustrating.
  • Great job

    By Gfydndjcisvsuchdh
    This works sooo good. Now when my phone rings, 90% of the time I want the call.