Hiya: Caller ID & Spam Blocker

Hiya: Caller ID & Spam Blocker

By Hiya

  • Category: Utilities
  • Release Date: 2015-07-29
  • Current Version: 5.19
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 101.98 MB
  • Developer: Hiya
  • Compatibility: Requires Android / iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 158,944 Ratings

Description

Free spam alerts and fraud call blocking! Hiya shows you the true caller ID for unsaved contacts so you can screen unwanted calls. Whether it’s a friend, a trusted business, or a spoofed call from a scammer, Hiya provides the context needed to make phone calls useful again. KEY FEATURES • World’s most advanced phone spam protection engine. Identifies and blocks robocalls, telemarketers, debt collectors and fraud calls like neighbor spoofed call scam. • Call Blocker: Automatically block scam and fraud calls. Stop the “neighbor spoofing” calls from numbers that look similar to yours. These are likely scam calls. Upgrade to Premium for the most advanced call protection. • Caller ID: Turn an unknown caller into a name. Whether it’s a call from a business, friend or potential spammer, our global database of caller names gives you real-time context on who’s calling. • Security: Automatic alerts warn you if an incoming call is spam, scam, telemarketer, debt collector, or spyware. You can also take action against the spammers by reporting them to the Hiya community. • Reverse phone lookup / Reverse phone search: Lookup the phone number of a call from an unsaved contact to find out the true caller name and whether it is likely a robocaller. • Better Contacts: Add names and addresses from Hiya to your phone book contacts to keep them accurate, complete, and current. • Broad Support: Dedicated customer service. Designed for iOS. Free spam ID and business name ID worldwide. Premium caller ID and spam blocking works on AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, Sprint. AS SEEN IN The Wall Street Journal TIME Magazine - "Top 10 App" CBS Evening News Fierce Wireless VentureBeat - "Future of smartphone calling" USA Today Huffington Post - "Caller ID on steroids" The Verge Cult of Mac - "Essential" COMMUNITY Facebook: facebook.com/hiyainc Twitter: twitter.com/hiya Instagram: instagram/hiyainc The Hiya iOS app is brought to you by Hiya Inc. Utilizing the power of the Hiya database that has hundreds of millions of phone numbers, you’ll know the true caller behind more calls. Hiya is committed to delivering best in class caller ID, call blocking, spam protection. SUBSCRIPTION PRODUCTS Hiya is free to download and comes with spam, scam and robocall identifying and blocking features for free. Hiya also offers monthly and yearly subscription products that add Caller ID, name lookups, and more frequent spam updates. Subscriptions can be sampled for free with no charge for 7 days. After your trial period ends, payment for your Hiya Premium auto-renewing subscription will be charged to your iTunes account within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period. You can manage or turn off Hiya Premium auto-renew from your iTunes account settings. Cancellations must be made at least 24 hours before your subscription ends to avoid renewal. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable. Terms of Service: https://www.hiya.com/terms-of-service Privacy Policy: https://hiya.com/hiya-data-policy

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Reviews

  • Used to be good until I became premium member

    2
    By vitaminacccc
    They stopped doing the neighborhood scam protection which identifies the unknown number from your area code. They let premium numbers go through even if those premium numbers are scammers. It used to give me peace of mind. I only receive scam calls once a week. Now being a premium member, I receive scams once a day at least. I don’t understand.
  • Don’t block calls

    1
    By our names are taken
    The only calls that gets blocked is the ones I add to the block list. This Used to be a good app don’t know what happened it just doesn’t do the job anymore. not worth paying for if it doesn’t get fixed I will cancel.
  • Hiya

    1
    By silky u
    Used to be the best app available for checking out spam calls. Now it doesn’t work if it cannot verify the incoming call-meaning I cannot check calls to my land line which has been my primary use of the app. I have told everyone I know how great it is. NO LONGER USEFUL AT ALL! And it’s a bunch of steps even to use Hiya even if the call did come in on a cell. It used to be so easy. Now it’s just inconvenient and unworkable
  • Blocked Calls still coming thru

    2
    By Kit young
    I am even a premium member (prob not for long) so it frustrates me when numbers I have blocked still come thru. The filtering is not as effective as I thought it would be.
  • It’s worth having my time back

    5
    By Goat girl Jana
    As a small business owner I was getting bombarded with sales calls. But I need to answer every call in case it’s valuable client. I also love the satisfaction of reporting a few sales calls it gets through. It makes me feel like I’m making the world a better place.
  • Used to be okay not anymore

    1
    By Disappointed Dog Lover
    It used to work okay but now every time you need to look up a number you get a “network error” or YELLED! at to “enter a valid number” regardless of how you enter the string of numbers.
  • Not showing reports

    3
    By nobeauno
    Hiya used to show reports when someone posted one once they updated their app the reports no longer show. The whole point in paying for this app is to get the reports
  • Works, sometimes.

    1
    By Braniff777
    Lots of calls get through. I don’t really see the value of this as a free app. Not impressed enough to subscribe. Sometimes it works, but it usually doesn’t. Deleting it and trying another app.
  • Didn’t work for me

    1
    By Snake Begins
    I still got spam calls.
  • Constantly letting calls through

    1
    By David6284784
    I can lookup the number and it knows it is a junk call when I look it up but still lets it through.

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