FINALLY! A solution to the flood of unwanted spam calls on your Android smartphone. With RoboKiller, you can 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, ABC World News, NBC, Wired, Engadget, Vice and others, are all raving about RoboKiller’s power to block over 200,000 spam calls.
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.
*** RoboKiller works on Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, C Spire and MetroPCS. RoboKiller is NOT currently supported by US Cellular. ***
- Automatically blocks spam and robocallers with patented FTC-award winning technology.
- Hilarous Answer Bots automatically answer your spam calls, driving telemarketers crazy.
- Spam list automatically updates automatically, making sure you always have the most up-to-date protection.
- See blocked calls in your Recents - you can even listen in to hear why blocked callers were calling.
*** PRICING: RoboKiller is free to download but requires a paid subscription to use the service, just like Netflix or Hulu. A completely free trial is included, allowing new users to test the service before ever paying a penny! ***
+++ LIMITATIONS: RoboKiller is currently NOT available on certain Android phones, such as the Google Pixel devices. Unfortunately, this is due to call blocking NOT working on Android devices on Android 8.1+ after the May Security Update. This includes Android P 9.0. Google has restricted call blocking in these versions and has NOT yet given developers a new way to offer this functionality. ALL call blocking apps are affected by these recent Android changes. If support for this functionality is added for affected 8.1+ devices, RoboKiller will be updated to support these devices as well. Apologies for the confusion surrounding this issue. +++