In case you’re not consistently tormented by undesirable spam calls a day in and day out consider yourself lucky. Majority of the public in North America are constantly bothered by these automated calls, because of this our team has gathered a portion of our preferred mobile apps for some closure. Some apps are paid & some apps are free, regardless they are all intended to stop robocalls.
Verizon Call Filter
Verizon Call Filter app may come pre-installed on your Verizon Android mobile device designed to stop robocalls, this being said you can also download it for Android and iOS. The way it works in a call comes in, it is then instantly coordinated against a database of phone numbers, the app with then make an educated guess about how likely it is to be spam. The app is free to download, but for $3 a month you can identify unknown numbers and set up a personal custom block list.
T-Mobile Name ID
T-Mobile Name ID (currently available for download in the Android and iOS play store) bundled into the overall cost of your monthly plan, it will cost $4 a month (unless you’re on a Magenta Plus or One Plus plan,). Your monthly plan will give you a variety of options for red-flagging suspicious calls and the ability to create a personalized block list of numbers.
Sprint Premium Caller ID
Sprint offers there Premium Caller ID to stop robocalls, the app is currently available for download but Sprint customers who aren’t as keen and bundle it into there package similar to T-Mobile, it’ll set you back $3 a month. Get notifications on the probability of it being an automated robocall, you can also block specific numbers on a customized list.
AT&T Call Protect
AT&T gives you the option to install the Call Protect app for Android or iOS, This app stop robocalls by warning if a call has been identified as spam.
The RoboKiller app takes it a step further, offering spam and robocall blocking as well as the ability to block texts as well. You can get the app for Android and iOS. Unfortunately, it is a paid app and it’ll costs you $3 a month.
Nomorobo is similar to the rest of the pack, its available for Android and iOS, it can differentiate between spam calls and standard calls and has the option to block and hide calls, or red flag them with a notification on-screen during the call is coming through. It’ll set you back $2 a month.
This app is a new one to the market, the iOS market that is. Callblock runs the incoming call through its database of 3 million records. The app with either flag suspicious calls or just block them entirely.
The Hiya app has been around for some time, it really well is known as an anti-robocall app, it’ll identify unknown numbers, as well as giving you warnings about callers that show up as possibly spam via in its extensive database. The Android and iOS apps are free, but you can choose to pay $3 a month to have the calls blocked rather than only flagged.