Reverse Phone Lookup — rLookup

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172 reviews
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About this app

rLookup is a free reverse phone lookup app that helps you find out who is calling you by searching for caller ID of the respective phone number. It works with both cell phone and landline numbers based in the US and Canada. With rLookup, you can lookup phone numbers issued by several carriers including but not limited to – AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, Metro, Optimum Mobile, and Rogers. For limited numbers, the app is able to give caller's address and other information.

Notable features:
💠 Free to lookup Caller ID
💠 Works with any US or Canada numbers
💠 Lightweight and only limited ads

To begin your lookup, you must enter a valid 10 digit phone number. When you hit the “Lookup” button, the app sends a query to a data provider to fetch any available relevant information on that number. In most cases, the fetched information contains the name of the entity. It can be both individual (personal) or a business name. Sometimes, when the name is not available, the app retrieves approximate location where the phone number was issued. This information will help you narrow down your search.

rLookup is like your own personal assistant that can work for you to investigate a phone number by utilizing public records and data sources with millions of records, so you can filter out unwanted or unnecessary calls. By unveiling the identify behind a phone number, this app will give you the peace of mind. That way, you can rest assured knowing you are not ignoring any important phone call.

When you look up a phone number that you have some information on, you can also report that number from within the app to strengthen the spam database that rLookup maintains. Your report must base on the prior interaction you have had with the caller. Your reports help improve this app further to morph it into a free tool that can fight unwanted spam and robo callers.

With such useful features and unlimited potentials, we hope you give rLookup a try and find it handy. If you have any feedback or suggestions to help us improve, please let us know by contacting us. Thank you.
Updated on
May 18, 2022

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
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This app may collect these data types
App activity, App info and performance, and Device or other IDs
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted

Ratings and reviews

172 reviews
Camille Muckelston
May 4, 2022
Sometimes you get a city and state or the wrong person to a 8 year owned number. In general, 90+% accurate. Ads are subtle. This is a good resource. No hidden fees.++++
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Maria McCarty
May 2, 2022
Quick and easy BUT it gives location and sometimes a name. With all the spamming and hackers and creeps I would appreciate if I could know the exact details of the number considering the amount of numbers I have been given unfortunately due zo the above said. If you are given a number, how's it going to come up with someone else name? And why do carriers get away with it under the law it's a crime!!!!
6 people found this review helpful
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May 2, 2022
Thanks for your review. We would really like to earn your 5-star rating. Do you have any feedback for us, so we could earn your 5-star? Thank you.
dennis mikolay
April 24, 2022
Collected several cell phone numbers from various people search apps which only left me guessing which numbers were the correct, up to date, numbers. Entered the entire list and was able to quickly remove the numbers that were wrong or old numbers now retained by other users. Great app to keep in the background.
9 people found this review helpful
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What's new

Minor bug fixes and improvements.