RoboKiller: Spam Call Blocker, Tufnc Mobile Apps

RoboKiller: Spam Call Blocker

By TelTech Systems

  • Category: Utilities
  • Release Date: 2015-09-08
  • Current Version: 4.6
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 189.38 MB
  • Developer: TelTech Systems
  • Compatibility: Android | iOS 10.2 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 179,586 Ratings
Free On itunes


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 1,100,000 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. A subscription is required to utilize the service. 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. - NEW FEATURE: Pause Call Blocking. You can temporarily stop call blocking if you're expecting an important call from an unknown number. - Take control! Bad number got through? Block it! Good number got blocked? Allow it! - 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. Payment will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of 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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  • I’m not sure where the good reviews are coming from!

    By 1
    This is the second time that I tried Robo killer because, honestly, I’ve had it with the spam calls. However, not a single car was blocked. I went through the entire activation process including customization of my voicemail messages, which were quite funny. However, this app simply doesn’t work for my phone. - autor:NateMan300 - title:I’m not sure where the good reviews are coming from!
    my rating 1 stars - max website rate 5
  • Yes and No

    By 4
    Really liked the app during the free trial week - was clear that spam calls were being blocked by the app. During the first paid week, I noticed a few calls made it past the app, and then I also had text messages come through that weren’t filtered into the “spam and unknown” folder that the app set up in my messages inbox. Now, I’m a bit disappointed because I’ve realized that voicemails from both unknown numbers AND some contacts are only accessible through the app voicemail tab. Apparently that’s a thing with the Sprint carrier, but it’s frustrating because the calls & voicemails are only shown/available after they’ve gone though the app. I do have the option to access my contacts so that known numbers aren’t filtered, but that apparently isn’t working 100%. Overall, the app is easy to use and does a good job, and the answering bots are cool, but the voicemail situation can be frustrating, and it doesn’t block all spam calls or texts. - autor:tsu_tubagirl - title:Yes and No
    my rating 4 stars - max website rate 5
  • I think this app releases your phone number

    By 1
    I thought this was awesome when I first downloaded it a few months ago. However, I keep getting more and more calls from u known numbers which do get blocked by the app. However, as soon as I deleted the app I stopped getting any of these calls at all. Makes me wonder. - autor:1endorn - title:I think this app releases your phone number
    my rating 1 stars - max website rate 5
  • Buyer beware!

    By 1
    I was getting lots of spam calls so I downloaded this app. All I can say is within minutes of doing that I started getting FaceTime video calls and text messages from strangers that I’ve never gotten before. It is still happening to this day. I don’t know what’s going on with this service, but I can tell you this isn’t a coincidence. I may have to change my number or my appleid. I don’t know. But I am worse off than I was. - autor:J. Leverett - title:Buyer beware!
    my rating 1 stars - max website rate 5
  • Nothing much changed

    By 1
    Still getting those Chinese calls ...waste of money. - autor:SoccerNutGermany - title:Nothing much changed
    my rating 1 stars - max website rate 5
  • How/Why are you calling Facebook API’s?

    By 2
    While the app is great at what it does, I don’t support the tracking they have implanted underneath the hood. I’ve never given the app permission to Facebook, I have separate emails for both, I hardly use Facebook and yet this app is continuously syncing data about users back to Facebook. If it were a free service, then yes I understand the users would be the product (similar to Gmail). I pay for applications to support the product and the assumption that paying customers should expect more Privacy than if it were free. I would happily pay more for this Application if they took User privacy more seriously. Guess this is why they tell you to read the fine print. Reading the privacy policy basically confirms what I’ve mentioned above. But the broad scope of the data they are collecting, and we users have accepted by using the app, should be more transparent than “Don’t forget to read our Privacy Policy on the Settings page, just keep scrolling you’ll eventually see it” - autor:wakawakaMe - title:How/Why are you calling Facebook API’s?
    my rating 2 stars - max website rate 5
  • Robocop meet RoboKiller! 🤖

    By 5
    The Best app to block scammers.😄👍👍 - autor:@1_GlobalStore - title:Robocop meet RoboKiller! 🤖
    my rating 5 stars - max website rate 5
  • Works Great

    By 5
    Love it. - autor:Jay112323 - title:Works Great
    my rating 5 stars - max website rate 5
  • Not free! $29.99

    By 1
    Downloaded a free app, after you inter your contact information, then pops the $29.99 price tag. Just tell us up front it’s not free. Thank you. - autor:reracingjp - title:Not free! $29.99
    my rating 1 stars - max website rate 5
  • Ugh!

    By 1
    Stopped maybe 5% of my spam calls and several calls that were from my kid’s school and local businesses. Waste of my money. I’m a Verizon customer w an iphone 8. - autor:Brent Zempel - title:Ugh!
    my rating 1 stars - max website rate 5


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