Do you get annoyed by incoming and missed calls from unknown numbers and anonymous calls? That problem has now been solved.
Kaspersky Who Calls is a free automatic caller ID that checks all incoming calls from unknown numbers so that you definitely know if it's worth answering the phone. You can even add annoying or suspicious individuals to the spammer database yourself – after all, safety begins with each of us.
The automatic number identifier displays data about an incoming or missed call from an unknown number, including the name of the organization, its category, and the reputation of the number. The caller ID helps you keep track of important calls among all the information clutter, both at home and on the move.
The anti-phishing feature that protects against malicious text messages allows you to safely follow links from SMS messages. If the link turns out to be malicious or hides a fake site, Kaspersky Who Calls will warn you about it
Spam and fraud alert
Kaspersky Who Calls can immediately warn you if a scammer calls and can automatically block a known spammer to save you from an unpleasant conversation.
Blocking suspicious calls at your request
You can help protect the community from spam and scammers: just add the unwanted number to the anti-spam list.
Protects outgoing calls
We'll help you figure out which calls are worth your time. If you need to call an unknown number, the app can immediately alert you to fraud or spam from that number.
∙ Identifies unknown numbers in incoming and missed calls.
∙ Helps check unknown phone numbers.
∙ Blocks unwanted calls and displays information about them.
∙ Continually improves spam detection accuracy by updating anti-spam databases.
Call recognition without the internet. Thanks to the offline database of phone numbers, you can see who is trying to reach you – a scammer or a colleague from work – even while roaming or with no internet.
Kaspersky Who Calls does not require your phone number or contact list to identify unknown and anonymous calls: we do not download your data and do not publish it.
Spam labels are only provided on the basis of data from other users, they cannot be considered a Kaspersky verdict.