Stop annoying robocalls and block calls from telemarketers! Winner of the FTC Robocall Challenge.
Try it free for 30 days. Only $1.99/month or $19.99/year after that.
- Real-time protection from annoying robocallers
- Over 1,000+ new robocallers identified every day
- Privacy friendly - Never accesses your contacts or call logs
- Important robocalls, like school closings and weather alerts, are able to get through
- Identify or block robocalls (your choice)
- Over 150 million robocalls stopped since 2013
- Trusted by over 750,000 people every day
AS SEEN IN
- The New York Times
- The Wall Street Journal
- CBS Evening News
- PC Mag (Editor's Choice)
The applications Nomorobo – Robocall Blocking was published
in the category Utilities on 2016-11-07 and
was developed by Telephone Science Corporation.
The file size is 19.40 MB.
The current version is 1.0.9 and works well on
10.1 and high ios versions.
• Improved reliability of refreshing the blacklist in the background. More changes for this coming soon!
• Added extra servers to handle robocall blocking duty.
Thanks so much for supporting Nomorobo! If you’re liking it so far, we’d super appreciate a review.
(As a reminder, please don’t swipe-up (aka quit) Nomorobo since it prevents us from refreshing in the background.)
99% of the calls I get are robo calls. This is a godsend, I am not bothered any more. If it's legit, they leave a message.
The previous versions of Nomorobo worked fine thus far - besides that the app sometimes doesn't refresh in the background. This version however is obnoxious: if you don't refresh the blacklist regularly the app changes the phone settings (call blocking & identification) back to do NOT use Nomorobo. Please help to fix this issue with the next update. Thanks Downgrading to one star: App does not work anymore, there are no blacklist updates possible and the phone settings will be changed to "do not use Nomorobo" for call blocking when you try to update the blacklist. Dear developers, please fix it or I'll unsubscribe.
I keep getting numerous calls every day which are Robo calls but Nomo Robo says they cannot block this call. What good is this app and I can't block the calls that it supposed to be blocking. I regret having paid for this app.
Not as many calls but still get em everyday not worth it.
I've been using this app for two months and I cannot tell that it has made any difference at all. I still get automated marketing calls on a daily basis, usually multiple times a day. I can't recommend this app. Keep your money.
But it does help
Best blocking service I have found so far, however some reported calls still get through requiring repeated reporting of Robo calls.
robocalls were driving me crazy until this app. i tried out the app by having it flag incoming calls as robocalls. now i have them sent straight to voicemail so i'm not bothered. if the robocalls do leave a voicemail the app flags it so i can just delete it without having to listen.
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@SMC_on_IoT @HiltonHotels Sorry missed the link…
Only the second app I have ever paid for... if anything my call volume is increasing... only 1 in 5 gets marked as a robo call. Feels like I am paying to be a call screener to build their list of spoofed phone numbers... really disappointing. Update: 2017-6-10: Cautiously optimistic. Many calls are still getting through but more are being routed to voicemail. I don't know if they have other methods besides the caller ID but if that is the only thing that are using this is a hopeless cause. It will only get better when congress makes it illegal for the phone companies to let these turds spoof a phone number.
Does Great job blocking calls & ID the rest. Great in adding calls not on list. But NEEDS AUTO DAILY UPDATING!
The app is free but when you open it they make you pay in order for them to block your calls. PIECE OF JUNK. DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME ON THIS APP.
Has potential. All depends on how much capital they have to hold them while they grow. Right now getting about 50% of my bad calls. I diligent and feed them the other 50%. I'm also blocking those calls so I probably won't be able to measure on those calls. I'm going to give them 3 to 6 months to see if the % of blocks get better. I believe these are good people tying to do a service and make some money at the same time. Nothing wrong with that.
I installed nomorobo on my iPhone about a month ago. I no longer get calls from my good friend, Rachel from cardholder services or some Indian dude telling me that my windows computer has a virus and all he needs is my credit card number to fix it. I also have nomorobo on my VoIP home line as well and it works great. The only thing I don't like is on the home phone it rings once be going to nomorobo. This is a great product.
This app works great as a call-blocker. When I had the trial period it did a great job of blocking those nasty time wasting bloodsucking low life spammers. I would've given it 5 stars and even continued my subscription if I could use it on both my IPhones that share the same ITunes account. Makes no sense why you shouldn't be able to use the same app on more than one device especially if you're paying a subscription fee. Hopefully this will get resolved soon. Until then callblock seems to work ok and you can install and it will work fine on more than one device if you share the same ITunes ID.
I am not sure how to add a number to the list of "non-robo call" numbers. And I have a hard time figuring it out
I really, really wanted Nomorobo to work. I puchased and installed this app, including starting a monthly subscription. I've had it for 5 months now, and have enough experience to provide an informed review. The biggest problem is that robocalls keeping coming, everyday, at least 3-5 of them. I'll get a call, it's obviously a robocall, and then I'll check the nomorobo app. It's open in the background, and it will say "last updated 4 hours ago". I've tried everything, including searching forums and online sources, and I've set up everything they recommend to keep the app refreshed in the background. It simply doesn't work reliably enough. Also, this app only redirects call to voice mail. There's no way to permanently block numbers. Some numbers - from your local exchange - still ring through. There's some complicated explanation from Nomorobo why this happens. Whatever, I'm still getting robo calls after installing and paying for this app. The brutal truth is the worthless spammers are winning the robocall war. Until technology and regulations catch up, its just a modern day annoyance we have to put up with. Paying $2/month is well worth it to me to stop this annoyance; unfortunatley, Nomorobo is incapable of doing this. I still see roughly 2/3 of the number of robo calls I had prior to installation. I'll not be renewing my subscription.
I thought this app would be free but apparently you have to buy a membership per month like boi
Program identifies robocalls but gives me no option to decline as indicated in your test call; setting it to voicemail doesn't do it either. In both cases phone rings until caller hangs up...still no answer from tech support