Block scams and protect your privacy with Malwarebytes. Block disruptions like: • Phishing scams, tech support scams, and other malicious sites • Deceptive sites and other forms of suspicious content • Calls from known and suspected scammers • Ads and ad trackers which watch your behavior online • Fraudulent text messages Benefits: Premium ($1.49 per month, or $11.99 per year) • Block phishing sites, online scams, and other malicious sites with Web Protection. Browse the Internet with Safari without worrying about accidentally visiting a fraudulent site. • Ignore fraudulent calls with Call Protection. Get caller ID warnings or block incoming calls from known and suspected scammers, including “spoofing” calls that make their number appear similar to yours. Answer the calls that matter and skip the ones that don’t. Free • Block intrusive ads in Safari with Ad Blocking. Stop ad trackers from watching your behavior online and sending you targeted advertising. Browse the Internet with fewer distractions. • Ignore suspicious texts with Text Message Filtering. Forward fraudulent texts to a junk folder sent from a list of known scammers or containing phishing links. Focus on the messages that matter to you. iPad/iPod support: The current app is optimized for iPhone, but iPad and iPod users can still take advantage of Web Protection and Ad Blocking for a cleaner Internet experience in Safari. Future updates will include user interface improvements for iPad and iPod users. FAQs: Does Family Sharing cover premium features? No. Family Sharing only works on the free version of Malwarebytes for iOS. Premium features are limited to the purchaser’s Apple ID. To learn more about Family Sharing restrictions, head to the following link: https://support.apple.com/HT203046 I already purchased a multi-device Malwarebytes license, can I use it on Malwarebytes for iOS? No. iOS apps, like Malwarebytes for iOS, are only available on the App Store. If you have an unused product license that you'd like to use on Malwarebytes for iOS, please contact Malwarebytes support at Support-iOS@Malwarebytes.com to learn about your options. I already use Malwarebytes for my computer, can I just add an iOS device to my plan? No. Malwarebytes for iOS must be purchased on the App Store. Why doesn’t Malwarebytes for iOS include a malware scanner? It is not possible for an iOS app to scan for malware. Fortunately, the risk of getting malware on an iOS device is extremely low and Apple has a stringent review process regarding app admission into the App Store. About Malwarebytes: Based in Santa Clara, California, Malwarebytes has been building industry-leading Internet security software for more than ten years. https://www.malwarebytes.com/eula/ Subscription details: Payment will be charged to your iTunes Account at the end of the 30-day trial period. Your subscription will automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. You will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period at $11.99/year, or $1.49/month. Go to your Account Settings in iTunes to manage your subscription or turn off auto-renewal after purchase. Any unused portion of the free trial period will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription to that publication, where applicable. No partial refunds.
I purchased the one month cheap subscription and I find out this app only works if you use safari. That’s nonsense as this works on all browsers I use with my Galaxy phone. :Update: I forgot to also mention that all this app does is block ads, so they say, and she web browsing in Safari only, as they said in their reply. It doesn’t scan for malware as it does on Androids or windows. I definitely feel like I’m gonna have a hard time trusting this dev after this one. I will definitely not be renewing my subscription and am canceling ASAP. Well done however guys, you got my money anyway. Stupid me! I figured whatever I’ll just use this crap for a month since I already paid but now there is no easy way to cancel this subscription. Yea, this app “is gonna be a no for me dog” !
For ipad it does nothing unless you cough up the $$
I had called AppleCare several times because I mistakenly opened some junk emails and it began to cause problems. Battery drain, long lag times, etc. I heard (unofficially) that many Apple people, both reps. and people in the community that this was the best, easiest, cheapest, and offered protection options that many others did not have available!! It is on the majority of my iOS devices. I would highly recommend checking out Malwarebytes. There is a free but limited version to download!! Give it a twirl!!
I expected so much more. I expected it to block all my robocalls: all my Microsoft Technical Support calls that promised to fix some bad code that would expose me to serious viruses if I didn’t use their services to fix that code; never mind that they couldn’t even identify my IP address, their tech gave me their IP address and I was supposed to think they were giving my IP. Interestingly enough though their IP was in India and that, of course, explained the tech’s heavy Indian brogue, much heavier than any Indian tech I ever spoke with from my phone company, my electric company, etc. Anyhow they made it clear they were not employed by Microsoft. Microsoft wouldn’t be calling anyway, their new Window 10 virus protection gives me excellent protection and any port they might try to break in with has already been closed by Windows. I’m not expecting this review to be used. I just want to make it clear robocalls of every sort still get through: card services, Florida time shares, win a cruise lottery, etc. Even the Police Fraternity calls me and when they ask for Joe Blow and I say Joe’s not here then they say that’s okay, you’ll do, that’s when it’s time to hang up.” Now I thought your monthly substitution fee was very very reasonable, but since I’m not getting the service I expected I don’t see any point in continuing your services and as soon as I figure out how to stop your service I will. I hope my experience was the exception. I hope other people are get the services they hoped to get. Maybe in the future I’ll try again.
Has not stopped most annoying calls - including IRS collection, “your computer is malfunctioning” and “your account has been suspended” calls. Does screen for a few that are using local prefixes ... I think. Not sure anymore. It warned me that a Chase Bank number that I had dialed was a suspected scammer. That’s enough. I question their database and now wonder if some of the few numbers they did block were not scammers but were legit.
Doesn’t work properly and tech support won’t admit it. Good idea, very poor execution.
Cant activate product purchased for Mac and Pc that promised mobile
Since I got this app I’ve only received one spam call compared to my typical 3-4 calls a day.
Also, when a “potential spam” call comes in the phone still rings! Really annoying! Why don’t you just block it in the first place or if you think It might be legit just log it but don’t let it ring? If the caller is “UNKNOWN” - I.e. no name or number- the call should be automatically blocked.
Lets robocalls through more often then it blocks them. Save your money.