RoboKiller - Stop Spam Calls

RoboKiller - Stop Spam Calls

By TelTech Systems

  • Category: Utilities
  • Release Date: 2015-09-08
  • Current Version: 3.8.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 117.56 MB
  • Developer: TelTech Systems
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.2 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 63,708 App Reviews)
  • Price:
RoboKiller - Stop Spam Calls App Ratings: 4.5
Based on 63,708 App Reviews

RoboKiller - Stop Spam Calls App Details

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 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, 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 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: Privacy Policy:


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App Reviews

  • It kinda works

    By _Fatcat24
    So this hasn’t been bad but I’ve a handful of calls come through
  • Not recommended

    By Justin3084
    This service was not at all what is advertised. I used it for over 2 months and was not impressed. Spam calls still came to my phone and my phone would ring. Then the app would tell me it blocked them. It also seems convenient that the amount of spam calls I received actually increased after signing up and now that I have canceled and removed the app they have gone back down.
  • Could be better

    By Camels20
    The tech exists to make this much more powerful for users. Would be nice if I could specify a custom list of area code/ prefix to block, or just area code, or just prefix, etc. could add just like a block # but would allow the user to add multiple local spoof area code and prefixes. The way this is setup now leaves me wanting further customization. Also you could set up a db of “real” area code to prefixes and filter against that list to id spoofed calls based on a combination that is not real (as in never actually assigned to a subscriber as the combo ac/ prefix has never existed). Also a answer first walled garden as an option (ie caller gets msg to press 1 to connect) if they are a machine they will be filtered. Lots of cool ways this app could be awesome but falls short in its current implementation.
  • Awesome!

    By Bajito Onda
    Love it!
  • Lynnedipp

    By lynnedipp
    Keep it up!!!!!
  • Love it

    By Mevigri11
    I was getting 5-8 calls a day from “local” numbers and they were all scam. Plus many calls from companies offering vacation packages. Has been 4 days since i had this app and its so peaceful now. Thank u!
  • Solved...

    By BofromKansas!
    Found out who my spammer was. Very surprised how local it was. Took care of it anyway... Thanks RoboKiller! Now a little bedtime story... Once upon a time there was a handsome Congressman who was growing weary of scam and spam calls on his cell phone. Since this was the secret cell phone that he used to talk to his mistress, his “people” couldn’t handle these particular phone calls. The evil scammers were getting worse. He was now getting three calls a day! Well, one day he decided it was time to introduce legislation that would require major phone carriers to better control these calls and enable the poor little peasant consumers to also have control over their incoming calls. One morning, as he was sitting in the House “lobby” ;) , a giant with cellular antenna and $$ in his eyes approached the handsome Congressman and told him a tale of woe. The giant said that he could only keep buying his friends a Bentley as long as his phone company’s lines could allow a few million calls per month to completely go through. However, if those few million calls are blocked, he can’t charge the scammers a penny for the incomplete calls. :-( No more minutes charges, no more long distance, no more international rates, no more standard SMS charges paid by the evil spammers. Millions of phone calls would no longer go completely through the giant’s phone service. The next day, the handsome Congressman had a change of heart. He called up the impoverished giant (on his new smartphone) and made the giant jump for joy as he informed him he was withdrawing his new legislation. After taking an inventory of himself and the touching “lobby” meeting with his new giant friend, the handsome Congressman decided that he could probably tolerate using “Do Not Disturb Except Contacts” on his secret phone since the mistress was listed in his contacts as Red Lobster Curb Pickup. Or even better he could just use this great app. The best part? It only cost the poor impoverished cell giant a congressional Bentley ❤️ The End ;-)
  • Did not work!

    By Spad3d
    So the app idea is awesome! It just does not work, after installing app and signing up it blocked 1 spam call and that was it, I still recived massive amounts of robo calls. Very glitchy and slow as well..
  • What’s the hype?

    By JacqG135
    I replaced Hiya because I thought a paid app would work better and this one had such great reviews. The reality is that Hiya did a better job diverting and blocking the spoof calls than this app has. So far it’s only blocked 1 call. All the texts come thru (yes, I’ve double/triple checked the feature is on to block messages) and I’m back to manually blocking everything else. I asked their customer service what exactly I’m paying for, and they came back with excuses about app development. Well if it needs that much more development then maybe it should be free until you guys can make it work as advertised.
  • Take that spammers!

    By sarah21soccer
    I used to get multiple calls daily; some from organizations that I donate to one time a year & now call every other week, some random spammers. Now, just those I know ring through. Only one spam call has gotten passed since installing two weeks ago! The options for robo answering are hilarious to boot. Such a nice return to quiet. Thank you!