Nomorobo blocks annoying robocalls, telemarketers, spam texts, and phone scammers from calling your phone. Bring peace and quiet back to your life. Try it free for 14 days - only $1.99/month after.
## 3x App Store "App of the Day"
## Featured by Apple as "New Apps We Love"
## Winner of the FTC Robocall Challenge
## PC Magazine Editor's Choice
- Real-time protection from over 1,500,000 annoying robocallers, telemarketers, and phone scammers
- Over 1,500+ new robocallers identified every day
- Important robocalls, like school closings and weather alerts, are able to get through
- Privacy friendly - Never accesses your call logs
- Block or identify robocalls (your choice)
- Protection from text spam and phishing attempts
- Listen to thousands of robocall messages in our database
- Block "neighbor spoofed" calls. These are numbers that are very similar to yours.
- Block invasive trackers and annoying web ads.
## Over 1 BILLION robocalls stopped since 2013
## Trusted by over 2,500,000 people every day
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- CBS News
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- All plans come with a 14 day free trial and cost $1.99/month or $19.99/year after that.
- Payment will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase.
- You can cancel your subscription here: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT202039
- Your subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period.
- The account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period.
- When purchasing a subscription, any unused portion of a free trial period will be forfeited.
- Please don't swipe-up (aka quit) Nomorobo since it prevents us from refreshing in the background.
- If you suddenly can't enable Nomorobo in Settings (it won't stay on), please delete the app, reboot your phone, and reinstall. This clears out an iOS caching issue and will get you back up and running.
- Have other questions? Look here: http://support.nomorobo.com
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 21.43 MB.
The current version is 3.0.1 and works well on
11.0 and high ios versions.
Fixed an issue with enabling contacts access after installation.
This was one of my favorite apps, until I got a new XS. At first I couldn’t enable it. Then I followed the steps from Nomorobo support. After I reinstalled, the screen locked up during setup. I tried again with the same result. Very disappointing.
This is all you need for your landline it’s free, but the tiny fee for cell phones is well worth it. Does its job precisely with no help from me. I love it. Good job guys!!!
Great service, but could be better. I’m not interested in giving access to my address book. This shouldn’t be required to screen out robo calls, like my landline.
This is the beginning of the presidential campaign and I get constant Trump calls that were not blocked. Not for me.
This app appears to work great I was getting 5 calls a day before I installed the app. I only received 2 Robo calls in the two week trial period. So I decided to purchased the yearly membership. For some reasons I am now getting 2-3 Robo calls a day again. HUH.
I wanted to love this app, I really did! Unfortunately their customer service is non existent and the app is very buggy. Despite having the app set to send known Robocallers to voicemail I get numerous calls each day that are marked by nomorobo as Robocaller that ring through to my phone despite the setting to send them to voicemail. When I try to report these numbers the only option available is to allow them?!? I didn’t want to allow them to begin with, but apparently nomorobo did despite them being marked and known to nomorobo as Robocallers. I have contacted support ad nauseum about the issue (in January March April and June) and still have received NO reply at all from them. There is no justification for this lack of support for a paid app that has been so highly rated.
You can’t easily add numbers to block, your have to look it up and notify them and the big problem now is overseas calls which this app can’t handle at all it’s limited to domestic calls only. What good is it if you can’t easily add numbers you personally don’t want and you are wide open to the new overseas scams. I wanted to notify the developer about these issues but there is no way to contact them, save your $20. By the way the app is outrageously priced.
It works fine for me for the calls. I haven’t really gotten any robo calls since I got the app two weeks ago. But even though I enabled the text blocker on my phone, the app still says I didn’t enable it. So I still get the spam texts and stuff even though I’ve done what the app told me to. That drawback is very annoying for me seeing as I’m paying for it to work and it’s not.
Most robocalls use a fake generated “spoofed” ID, including your own telephone number, so the ultra-simplistic Nomorobo logic is powerless against them.
I finally feel protected and my phone is much much quieter , I also feel safer when I am on Facebook or Messenger now!
I’m getting as many as I was before. Why
I get hit by over ten spam calls per day. I have to block these calls on my phone, then report the number to Nomorobo. I thought Nomorobo was supposed to recognize spam callers and block them for you. So I have to block numbers twice. Too much work. Nomorobo needs to access my blocked numbers and keep the list themselves, along with the early recognition. Don’t they cross reference numbers with a database built by all of their customers?? Also, when the same spammers call back with consecutive phone numbers, can’t Nomorobo recognize the pattern and block them? I don’t see any of the spam texts being blocked. Wasn’t that supposed to have been activated with update 11.0? Why can’t we enter spam text numbers like we do for voice calls?
I’ve used a few robocall blocking apps, I came across this one, Nomorobo call and downloaded the then free version last year. I went on to check earlier this year and noticed it was no longer a free app. I’m hesitant to pay for the app now with only 500 or so users/reviewers. I’m confused by the testimony on you app page that shows 2.5 million satisfied users? I’m not sure why the reviews would be so low at approx 500.... I’d think with 2.5 million users you would have more reviews. This deters me from the payed app now. I’ll keep looking for a higher reviewed payed app to block calls for now. If there is a legitimate explanation for the difference in numbers, I’d be more inclined to try the month to month option to see if it’s all it’s cracked up to be. All I want is an app that blocks robocalls/scam calls, without me needing to put those numbers into the app. Which defeats the purpose when paying for an app.
Nomorobo has significantly reduced the disturbing number of robo calls I was getting. It does not get all of them but I sure am thankful for the relief.
Works great, just need to HAVE IT OPEN in order for it to work! Blocks 95% of my annoying calls, which is great!! Occasionally one gets through now and then, but maybe 2-3 times per month which I can handle. I just have to make sure to remember to re-open the app every time I clear out or restart my phone which is not a problem by now as it’s become habitual.
So far, no Annoying robo calls Was receiving approximately 8-10 Per day 😡 Say Hello to cell phone peace and quite 👏🏻👏🏻
I noticed no decrease in robocallers. I was reporting more robocallers than were being blocked. i think i was paying for a service and then providing that service free information everytime I reported a robocaller to them. in the end not worth it. i’m interested to see people who actually had robocallers blocked with this service.
This app has been absolutely amazing until recently. The app isn’t blocking known robocallers anymore. I’ve been getting more and more of these annoying calls and then looking them up in the app to see that they’ve already been reported! And the app isn’t blocking them. I’ll change my review when I see this has been fixed.
I started using this on all my phones a few years ago, back when it actually worked... Alas that day is past. Over the last year or so it has fallen from poor to useless. I have removed it from my phones and am trying other options. I gave it one star in memory of a time, long ago, when it worked.
Prior to Nomorobo my wife and I had an insufferable number of phone calls that came in hourly from robocallers. I don’t know how this happened it made it so we were considering changing our phone numbers. After reading about Nomorobo winning the FTC challenge, we decided to give them a shot. We also use Verizon’s free Call Filter as it helps to identify callers whose names would not otherwise be displayed (this should be a default feature for all carriers). Anyway, Nomorobo has made it so I can trust my phone again. I no longer worry about answering robocalls and this latest update makes it updated seamlessly and regularly giving you the newest identified spammers.