I somehow got on the health insurance call lists several years ago and was getting unwanted sales calls ALL DAY LONG. Blocking the numbers was useless because they never used the same number. I’m getting upset just thinking about that time because there were no solutions or workarounds. I thought my only hope was changing my number but that would just be a different flavor of hell. I don’t remember how I found this app but decided to give it a try. Oh boy, I could carry my phone again without being this close to throwing it across the room! The app has continually improved and added new features since that day. Thank you RoboKiller for saving my sanity!
Best phone app ever. Works like a charm. Well worth the subscription.
I am so happy to have found your app. Have tried other sites that didn’t work. You’re the first one to do what you say you can do and it has made my life so much better. Would be lost with out you. Keep doing what you’re doing. I tell all kinds of people about you. Thank you.
I like RoboKiller, my phone would explode from spam calls without it!!!! But I want you to be careful blocking the calls from dental offices, because I working to promote my dental laboratory, so dentists will be calling me back, possible, please don’t scare them away! Just dental offices!!! It’s critical for my business!!!! Thank you!!!
The worst thing I have ever purchased. Why am I paying for TWO subscriptions??? One for $19.99 ad the other for $39.99. This is ridiculous. They do not perform well either. I did attempt to unsubscribe but not sure if I was successful.
I used RoboKiller for almost the last two years. Recently RoboKiller changed and started to block all calls not in my contact list just not spam calls. This has caused many missed calls I should have gotten. A few days ago I had enough and decided to delete the app. Believe it or not it is still trying to work and I cannot get help from RoboKiller. Not being able to get help is the most irritating thing. All they want is your money.
I still get lots of spam texts and there is no easy way to block them and put them on a blocked list.
Anonymous callers typically (most often) do not call using same number. I wonder how RoboKiller manages this? Perhaps anonymous caller owns a distinct voice? I have read the answer bots are a nuisance to the caller. Perhaps RoboKiller should create a video of the diversion process of an anonymous caller. All this said, I am enjoying the silence. Before using app my phone is able to silence callers not in my contact list and send them to voicemail. Owing to that, I feel the anonymous callers system will recognize my number as a working number and just call back using a different number. RoboKiller uses that ANSWER BOT which, perhaps, the anonymous caller recognizes that this number is not a good prospect. Thank you.
But really not very good. While RoboKiller’s operation is necessarily opaque, it appears to use black & white lists of easily spoofed caller ID numbers. It sends spates of poorly worded text messages indicating that RoboKiller’s servers tried to connect a call but couldn’t reach “the app”. Was that a failure of the cell network? Of the WiFi connection? Ios? The RoboKiller app? My understanding? The in-app troubleshooting is laughable, consisting only of resetting the forwarding to RoboKiller. The help pages seem to say “if it isn’t working, make sure it is forwarding, or delete and reinstall the app”. Sometimes voice mail screening with transcription works great. But sometimes a transcript vanishes without a trace. Sometimes tapping on a missed call seems to initiate a call to that number, but it is really a call to RoboKiller. The badges are utterly baffling. A little sincere attention to “human factors” or “user experience” would make RoboKiller so much better. But until Congress incentivized telecom executives to take robocalls seriously, RoboKiller is the best available.