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I use Should I Anwser?
It's community sourced. It's worked really well for me. Every once in a while if one gets through, I just mark it as a bad number for everyone else.
Also, 10-15 a day is crazy. :(
Just going to leave this here:
Should I Answer
Good for Android phones that dont have the in built call screening. I don't know if there is a iPhone equivalent.
I recommend you try the "Should I Answer?" app:
It has a "Use pick and hang up to protect voice mail" feature. See the "Should I Answer?"Manual at:
Usa Should I Answer.
Hay alternativas para iPhone también.
En general la aplicación es bastante buena y bloquea automáticamente los números que los mismos usuarios van tachando de telemarketing.
Can't speak for hiya, but I've been using Should I answer for a while now and it's worked better for me than Mr. Number ever did, no idea if it's available on ios though. I can't see there being much difference between apps though, they will all pull from crowdsourced online databases, they just use different ones.
I use the Should I answer app on my phone. You can automatically block calls from poorly rated numbers and read other users' reviews of a number before answering.
Ah ok, great! I'll take a look, thanks. Link
Is it to be trusted, being that it wants to "make and manage phone calls"? Is it going to take over the standard phone answering functionality? As I'd rather it didn't start messing with the system's default UI for making/receiving calls etc. But I understand if they'd be no reasonable way to intercept the standard call request/UI and display a toast message and/or block the call.
I use Should I Answer? -- it has a database of spam/negative numbers and also allows you to add numbers to the list (provided you leave anonymous feedback about the number). It also can block unwanted text messages as well. It can perform 'answer after one ring and hangup' -- it does it fairly quickly and I rarely receive an actual ring.
Edit: I'm on Verizon as well.
Not sure if this will be quite what you're looking for, but I have been using Should I Answer? as kind of a compliment to my main dialer (on stock OnePlus 3t) for a few months. It's pretty great for identifying and blocking spam and unwanted calls.
Probably not what most people think of when looking for a dialer replacement, but hopefully this will be useful to somebody.
I use the "Should I Answer" app. It uses crowd-sourcing to block any known nuisance calls. It works on about half the spam calls I get (so many calls these days use single-use spoofed numbers). Your phone doesn't even ring (it will light up to show the blocked call).
I use "Should I Answer" as a call blocker. They seem pretty good in terms of privacy. Interface takes a little getting used to though.
The best I can think of is Dois-je répondre which displays a popup on each call stating if the caller is trusted by the community or not. You can add a set of custom rules (like "block all incoming negatively evaluated calls"), I find it very handy!
The next step (if you have an Android phone) is to get Should I Answer, which flags known scammer phone numbers and allows you to block them entirely from calling again.
Should I Answer?
Call blocking app with custom rules and crowd-sourced phone number reviews.
One of the best apps on my phone.
You could use an app like Should I Answer? to block specified numbers. It comes very highly recommended.
Or you could use Group Ringtone Lite to set a silent ringtone for those who aren't contacts.
Ho installato dovrei rispondere; quando arriva una chiamata, l'app confronta il numero con un database costruito grazie alle segnalazioni degli utenti (scarcato off-line una volta a settimana) e ti avvisa con un pop-up se il numero in questione è un call centre. Ormai non ho più rompimenti di scatole, grazie a questa app...
Raramente capita qualche telefonata arriva da qualche numero che non hanno nel database, in tal caso faccio io stesso la recensione negativa, contribuendo al database.
Se un numero insiste molto, lo blocco.
I use Should I Answer on android, they also have an iOS app but that gets poor reviews.
Its all done by user feedback, and will just say if people have said its good or bad, and contacts bypass the app. Also gives you an easy way to block a number
Same situation fam, but don't worry I have the solution.
I set it to block (aka sending instantly to voicemail) for anyone not on my contacts. Works very good! App doesn't even have ads!
"Should I Answer" if on Android. No root required. They have a good shitlist filter. You have to configure permissions and go into Settings in the app before it'll start blocking spam. It requires another app as a dependency for SMS spam filtering. I believe it uses either OKcaller or the WhoCallsMe servers for most lists. No adware but they do have a "Donation" tab on the app (consider donating!).
Should I Answer? - When receiving a call from an unknown number, the app displays user ratings of the caller to indicate whether it's legitimate or a telemarketer/scammer/etc.
I've tried quite a few of these apps and for me the Should I Answer? app is the ONLY one that blocks all calls correctly and prevents the phone from ringing on known SPAM/Telemarketing calls and/or calls not in contacts. I can look at the notification or call log later at my convenience to review calls that Should I Answer blocked.
Also, I believe something may have changed with Android Nougat 7.0 that caused other apps like Hiya and Mr. Number to stop blocking the ringer, allowing the phone to ring 2-3 times before blocking a call. I believe the "Should I Answer?" app has taken setup steps that help the app be compatible with Nougat. So far it has worked well for me...
This is horrible advice. Just don't answer, otherwise you are letting them know it's an active line with a real person at the other end.
Use an app like Should I Answer which tells you if the call is a telemarketer before you even answer the line.
It's currently only possible to block anonymous calls on Galaxy phones or iPhones. So you'll have to use an app. I recommend
Go to the in-app settings menu > Block incoming calls from... > Unknown numbers. Be sure to give the app the permissions it needs tho. Otherwise it won't work.
Another vote for the Should I Answer? app:
I've tried quite a few of these apps and for me the Should I Answer? app is the ONLY one that blocks all calls not in my contacts and keeps my phone from ringing for all calls except those in contacts. I can look at the notification or call log later at my convenience to review the blocked calls (not in contacts). So far they ALL have been unwanted or Telemarketer calls.
For some reason Mr Number started letting blocked numbers through after I upgraded to Lollipop and encrypted my 'phone (not sure if either were relevant or not).
I've been using Should I Answer since. That not only blocks chosen numbers but it also checks incoming numbers not in contacts against a database of known scammers and other dodgy operators so it can flag up what's known about incoming calls.
Blocks negatively reviewed numbers. Reviews are crowd-sourced by users. You can block any number or send it to voicemail. Well-made app.
Should I Answer? is purely community/crowd-sourced reports. You rate phone numbers and that gets shared with the community.
TrueCaller takes contacts from all their users to create its own database. Lots of privacy concerns that way.
>Anything else I can do aside from leaving the caller ID/spam feature on and not pick up the phone?
Install Should I Answer?. It's really great. It essentially uses crowd-sourcing to categorize phone numbers (e.g., telemarketing, scam, etc.) and you can set it up to automatically silence any incoming calls that have a negative community rating, ones without any rating, from unknown or blocked/private numbers, or from any number not in your address book. You can also enable "voicemail protection," which will pick-up and hang-up (instead of just silencing the ringer) so that the call doesn't go to voicemail.
If any unrated/neutral calls from telemarketing or whatever get through, you can rate the number and identify the category to help others.
But I'd say that at least 75% of the spam and telemarketing calls I've got were already rated and in the SIA database.
I use the Should I Answer app to block these types of calls. It's probably the most useful app I've ever used. Highly recommended.
I use Should I Answer? for android for exactly that. I was getting calls 5-10 times a DAY so now I reject all calls not in my contacts. Sooo much better that way.
I started using this app a few months ago, it's not perfect but it's the best I've found so far.
It has a community generated list of bad numbers, so once somebody gets called and "downvotes" it, that negative rating will show up on everybody else's app. You can auto decline calls from numbers with negative ratings too.
Have you tried the Should I Answer app it has a option to auto ignore calls from numbers not saved in your address book. It's more effective than manually blocking every new number since they can just spoof a new number any time.
Should I Answer?
I had the same problem start just this year. I give my number out to absolutely no one, even legitimate companies I do business with (power company, bank etc) get my Google Voice number so it was really frustrating for awhile. I wound up having to install an app to block them, seems to work pretty well: Should I Answer
It also has a "Use pick and hang up to protect voice mail" feature.
See the "Should I Answer?"Manual at:
Another vote for the "Should I Answer?" app:
I've tried quite a few of these apps and for me the Should I Answer? app is the ONLY one that blocks all calls not in my contacts and keeps my phone from ringing for all calls except those in contacts. I can look at the notification or call log later at my convenience to review the blocked calls (not in contacts).
I believe something may have changed with Android Nougat 7.0 that caused other apps like Hiya and Mr. Number to stop blocking the ringer allowing the phone to ring 2-3 times before blocking. The "Should I Answer?" app has specific setup steps that help the app be compatible with Nougat. So far it has worked well for me...
sync.me has done some sketchy shit in the past. I would recommend Should I Answer instead. I have problems with spam calls too and SIA does a great job of stopping, or at least notifying me, of suspected telemarketer/spam calls.
For people receiving unwanted calls on Android phones I recommend Should I Answer
Should I Answer is free mobile security application protecting you against unsolicited, expensive, unwanted or unknown calls by using a user submitted ratings.
The more people that use it betters the experience for everyone.
Should I Answer? and Truecaller are others ones I thought about. Should I Answer? seems nice.
Not exactly what you are asking for but have you tried the "Should I Answer?" app:
Sketchy 3rd party app... like Hiya? [link]
I've used Should I Answer [link] – as far as I know in my years of using it, it's not sketchy.
It feels a little slimy to have to grant access to your contacts to get this to work properly but I downloaded the Should I Answer? app for Android and it's been great.
I still get some junk calls but I've been getting a lot fewer, and I think it's in large part to the app making it easy to know which calls to just ignore.
Sul telefono attuale (Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge) è inclusa di default quindi non saprei dirti che provider utilizza.
Però puoi usare "Dovrei rispondere?" (Android) che utilizzo su un altro telefono e fa esattamente la stessa cosa. Ad ogni telefonata in arrivo da numeri non presenti nella tua rubrica consulta un suo database e ti notifica se il numero è stato segnalato come spammer, truffa o altro. A questo punto puoi decidere se rispondere comunque, riagganciare, bloccare il numero. Se rispondi poi ti chiede di lasciare un feedback sul numero di telefono da cui hai ricevuto la chiamata.
Anyone with an Android phone should use Should I Answer? to screen calls and help add scam numbers to the database. It's way better than fishy old Truecaller.
I was using "Should I Answer?"
But had to remove it because it caused all of my calls to go to voicemail (phone would never ring). I had to remove "Should I Answer?" and reboot to fix this problem. It's really too bad since I really liked the app...
What kind of phone do you own? Some skins let you block unknown/obvious scam numbers if you use the OEM dialing app. Otherwise you can use Should I Answer? to monitor calls.
Unless you expect a lot of calls from random people every day, you should always look up numbers online before answering them or calling them back. Some apps (like the one linked above) can do this automatically. And be diligent in blocking spam calls. I almost never answer phone calls that I don't know because I don't want my number spoofed.
I used to use should I answer:
I think this sent the calls to voicemail. I don't remember. I didn't want to block all non-contact numbers, so updating the rating of numbers got old really fast...
Perso je fais ça :
Ça fait bien longtemps que je ne me suis plus fait emmerdé...
If a similar app is necessary, I'd suggest Should I Answer?, as it allows you to use it offline. Just make sure you visit the settings section of the app and customize it to your will :)
Should I Answer is an app I use for that purpose. It can block hidden numbers and also show a rating for numbers that phone you, so you can decide whether to answer it or not.
You can also have negative rated numbers be blocked from ringing you too.
I've been using Should I Answer? lately. It integrates with QKSMS for SMS blocking.
I used to use Truecaller, but got tired of it pushing Truedialer & Truemessenger at me.
Ce n'est pas l'appareil mais les applications : sur Android Should I Answer remplit bien ce rôle, un des paramètres lui permet de bloquer les numéros non enregistrés.
I use Should I Answer. It's a handy app. Has the ability to block anonymous and private calls as well as many other features.
A me l'agenzia era una del centro cittadino, ma da una decina di giorni si è intensificata notevolmente l'attività di telemarketing che sta raggiungendo livelli davvero ossessivi, soprattutto se si considera che mi stanno chiamando spesso sul cellulare ed il mio numero è davvero poco diffuso.
Questi mi hanno scassato il cazzo al punto che stamattina ho dovuto installare questa perché mi chiamano anche il sabato sera alle 20.30. Solo stamattina conto 4 loro chiamate dalle 12.46 ad ora.
Usa Dovrei Rispondere o, come suggerito da /u/whitesooty, True Caller e vedrai come non romperanno più dopo che vedranno bloccata la chiamata per la ventesima volta.
I use an android app called Should I Answer. If the number is rated poorly it just ignores the number for me. I think it may have actually prompted whoever was calling me to remove my number from their database as I receive far less spam calls now.
Io utilizzo questa app
È l'intera comunità a segnalare i numeri..non ho più ricevuto chiamate da call center..o meglio...l'app le intercetta e le chiude ��
I kept getting the same annoying pre-recorded spam call from different phone numbers each day so I installed "should I answer" it has a feature to auto block all unknow phone numbers. It doesn't solve the underling problem but it works for me.
Para SMS, envie o conteúdo da mensagem para 7726 (SPAM nas letras do teclado do telefone) e siga as instruções.
Existem razões legítimas para ter um número fazendo muitas ligações para outros números, a operadora não teria como saber.
attempted OpenDNS. Doesn't like my system so skipping that. uBlock Origin and the DNS is set for OpenDNS at least and stuff is still resolving so I'll leave it as is. As for WTS scammers. I put Should I Answer? On his phone so those calls wont see the light of day.
I have had nothing but problems with Hiya since they went to version 7. I tied Mr. Number for a while but it also had a few quirks. I have been using the "Should I Answer?"app and so far it filters calls properly.
The best app I've found to set up blocking is Should I Answer. It's a community based blocker, so you can block any negatively rated numbers, or set up your own blocks to stop unknown/private calls, etc.
I've been using Should I Answer for a while, as they claim NOT to do this. Is it true that it really does? Could OP test against that too?
Since the days of Stock Android, I have been using a Play Store app called Should I Answer? ([link]).
It has an option to block hidden numbers, and it blocks numbers that have been negatively rated by the community.
I've tried quite a few of these apps and for me the Should I Answer? app is the ONLY one that blocks all calls correctly and prevents the phone from ringing on known SPAM/Telemarketing calls. I can look at the notification or call log later at my convenience to review calls that Should I Answer blocked.
Also, I believe something may have changed with Android Nougat 7.0 that caused other apps like Hiya and Mr. Number to stop blocking the ringer, allowing the phone to ring 2-3 times before blocking a call. The "Should I Answer?" app has specific setup steps that help the app be compatible with Nougat. So far it has worked well for me...
Should I Answer? No ads.
You could also use a firewall to block Internet access on your own. Most call filtering apps need Internet access only for serving ads or anonymous data collection for their spam database. Neither of which are needed for filtering calls.
> I was thinking that I'd like to have something that will start making all kinds of horrible screeching noises at really high levels as to fuck with the telemarketers...
Telemarketing calls are likely initiated by robots so you'd be wasting your time.
Should I Answer? No ads. Your goal should be to ignore telemarketers, not aggravate them.
No fixo além do esquema lá no procon eu acabem comprando uns telefones com bloqueador de chamada (call block) assim da pra bloquear aqueles números chatos que ligam com muita frequência.
Pra resolver mesmo acho que só desistindo do telefone fixo e ficando só com celular, os aplicativos como o Should I Answer? (Devo Atender?) são uma maravilha ����
I've not had any increase in dropped calls, so I don't know what that's about. I suppose it's possible if it was a number of years ago that they're talking about because Google bought the company behind GV (Grand Central I think it was called) and Google just kind of let it languish for several years, so there might have been problems during that era. Google announced the repurposing of Hangouts a couple years ago, though, so they're obviously no longer ignoring it. I certainly haven't had any significant issues with dropped calls or quality. Occasionally I do have an issue where GV fails to get an outgoing call set up with my GV#, but most of the time it works fine when I tell it to try again.
You're right about the previous owners thing, but I've changed numbers a few times now and only had that happen on one of them. It didn't last very long, either. Nowadays my problem is more with the rampant Robodialer calls everybody seems to be experiencing. I use a social call blocker app (Should I Answer) to deal with it for now, even though it's not an ideal solution.
As far as being unnecessary, I guess that is up to the user. I find not being tied to one device extremely useful. I occasionally forget my phone at home and keep an emergency phone on pay-go provider Tello in my car. They both have GV set up so nobody knows I'm not on my normal phone. My normal phone is on TMobile while Tello is on Sprint so I have an alternate in case of coverage issues (I also carry a FreedomPop SIM on AT&T just in case those fail, but with only 200MB free data it's a last resort). I can text from my PC with a real keyboard, I can take calls on my tablet if it's in front of me and my phone's charging, etc. etc. GV just makes things much more flexible.
Have a look at an app like Should I Answer?, even just using it to block private numbers makes life so much better.
~~Gli Android più recenti hanno già una funzione di blacklisting, in alternativa si può usare Dovrei Rispondere? o TrueCaller che fanno tutto grazie ad un database creato dagli utenti.~~
~~Per iOs non so se esiste qualcosa del genere, non l'ho mai usato.~~
~~Se invece ti riferisci alla linea fissa, non so come aiutarti.~~
I was getting a ton of spam calls on my Pixel 2XL. I downloaded "Should I Answer?" and I haven't been getting any calls since then. Here's the Play Store link if you're interested: [link]
I also use an app called Should I Answer that's community driven and has really helped reduce the spam that Google doesn't catch [link]
It also has a "Use pick and hang up to protect voice mail" feature.
The Should I Answer app it has a option to auto ignore calls from numbers not saved in your address book. I still get spam messages once in a while but my phone never rings for a spam call now, it might work for you too.
No easy fix unfortunately. Personally, I started by blocking all numbers with my area code since I never get legit calls that start that way anyway. Then I started getting them from all sorts of area codes..so now I use an app called 'Should I answer?' to block every call not in my contact list. It sucks when I'm expecting a call from a number not in my list, but it's better than seeing my phone get annoying phone calls all day.
You should probably get a call blocker app that has community driven block lists. If you use Android: This is what I use.
EDIT: For Iphone
Should I Answer is a free spam blocker give it a try. It has a option to auto block numbers not saved in your address book. I used to get a lot of spam too but now it's only like once every 2 months and those calls get sent to voice mail without my phone ever making a sound.
>Should I Answer (SIA) is free community-based security application for mobile phones with Android operating system designed to protect you against unsolicited calls, all kinds of unwanted telemarketing and unwanted or expensive outgoing calls like call to premium number or call to a foreign country.>
Very easy to use and customizable. I don't block all unknown calls, but do block based on community blacklist. Check it out to learn more.
Thank you for this informative answer.
I hardly ever get robocalls, and almost never get telemarketers/debt-collector calls. Today I went to half a dozen insurance company web sites to get quotes for covering my new car. Despite the assurances made by three of these sites that they never sell/distribute my info, I started getting spam calls at the rate of one an hour.
Not super happy about it. I've been using Should I Answer?, but I find the interface clunky and annoying. If anyone has a recommendation for a better app, I'd love to hear it.
Well you can't do that with a standard feature. I use this app from the Play store, although I'm sure there are many variants out there that would do the same. It just happened to be the first one I tried and it works well enough.
Yeah, I have been experiencing it for a couple years. It seems like it's simmered down a bit; these days, I might get 2 or 3 calls one day, and then nothing for the rest of the week, but it's sporadic, so some weeks are worse.
While we're all waiting for something to happen about this, there's an app called Should I Answer that's out for android (maybe iOS also). It takes community reviews of the number calling you and can automatically block it if it has a bad review. Can also block calls based on criteria you set, like if it matches your first 6 digits, or just even isn't in your contacts. It's been blocking about 3/4 of the robo calls for me
well, i can make call within Should I Answer? + is pulse sms good or no (from privacy & blocking spammers) ?
une appli sympa pour lutter contre ce fléau :
Android: Should I Answer?, Hiya, and RoboKiller effectively stop the scam calls and texts. You can safely go back to a silent phone that no one ever calls!
iOS: Hiya and RoboKiller are the best options.
Truecaller sells you to the Chinese. Don't use apps that sell you to the Chinese.
Android alternative, Should I Answer?.
"Should I answer?" - [link]
Should I Answer
If you're on Android, this app is awesome:
It doesn't catch everything, but does block a decent amount.
On Android: Should I Answer?, Hiya, and RoboKiller (search it out on the Play Store. In Beta) can take on spam calls and effectively put an end to them.
On iOS Hiya and RoboKiller do the same.
To configure them:
1) Should I Answer? -> Settings Tab
Blocking - Community DB sensitivity
All the way to the left on High
Block INCOMING Calls from
local negative rated numbers
community negative rated numbers
foreign numbers (unless you get foreign calls!)
Set the same for OUTGOING Calls to.
Under Advanced, turn on Download reviews automatically. Turn off, send anonymous stats about incoming calls. It can cause an issue on some phones.
2) Hiya -> Gear icon in the bottom right -> Call settings
Set Scam and Fraud, Suspected spam, and calls from private numbers to Block (send to voicemail)
Follow the setup process. It is free on Android for now, but is $20 per year otherwise. The cost is very worth it. They forward your calls through their system through conditional call forwarding. If the call looks like spam via source or audio fingerprint, they send it to answer bots. Otherwise, it gets sent to your phone. Setup answerbots, but only use "Just Silence". That way suspected spam calls get to hear silence on the other end. It is a set it and forget it way of using RoboKiller.
Stay away from Truecaller. It is owned by the Chinese.
I don't believe I'm using it as strictly as you can set it, but I've been fairly happy with Should I Answer.
Io uso "Dovrei rispondere?"
There are apps that block unwanted calls or display info about the caller before answering the phone. This is what I use: [link]
Should I Answer? does this.
Should I Answer? can immediately hang up on a blocked caller.
I think it's "Should I Answer?" Basically a caller ID app.
Per smartphone (android) scaricate quest'app, è la migliore in assoluto contro i call center. [link]
En launcher : Z launcher, j'aime bien l'expérience utilisateur. Simple et efficace.
Filtrer les appels : Dois je répondre ?
Reddit : Reddit is fun. Plutôt spartiate...
Scanner : CamScanner
Echange de fichiers mobile-PC : Airdroid. À mon goût, incontournable.
Non perdete tempo con gli elenchi. Usate app come questa [link]
I use an App called Should I Answer Works great for me and has the options you're looking for.
Instala la app del pulpito. Así te evitas todas esas llamadas molestas.
Google dialler, or
Concernant Boctel il semblerait que ce soit totalement inefficace: [link]
Ce qui est compliqué dans la lutte des spams c'est qu'il utilisent des logiciels pour usurper des numéros, changer le numéro de téléphone à la volée et bien souvent ces spams viennent de pays de l'est pour des entreprises françaises...
Sinon sur Android j'utilise cette application: [link] et j'en suis plutôt satisfait pour le moment.
Avec on peut filtrer les appels indésirables, les faire basculer automatiquement vers le répondeur...
Sinon c'est aussi disponible sur Ios [link]
I started using "Should I Answer?" a week ago and so far I'm very happy with it:
E vivi sereno.
"Should I Answer?" is free on Android: [link]
Instaleaza asta si nu vei mai avea probleme de genu'. :)
Mulla on luurissa tämä: [link]
You should check out should i answer
it's my app of choice, never let me down
Install Should I Answer?, set it to block incoming calls from 'numbers not stored in contacts' and you're all set.
Aquí el link a la Play Store: [link]
Para el que no cacha.
Puoi provare questa applicazione
At most, they'll sell your information to shady advertisers and will continue to call and try to dupe you. It's really no different from your email address being sold as part of an email list after a data breach. There's little you can do to stop it, but there's little the scammers or hackers can do with that information as well, except send you a lot of Viagra ads.
They can't do much beyond that, since they have next to no resources. They're just looking to make a quick buck from gullible people.
Install Should I Answer? on your Android phone to weed out scam calls. Unfortunately, there's no such scam call guard app for iOS or other platforms. If they called you via landline, once again, there's little you can do. But you can talk to your carrier or home phone provider about this scam. They should be able to blacklist the number, especially since the scammers are pretending to be government officials.
IRS scam calls should always be reported. Apparently you can do that here: [link]
Familiarize yourself with IRS phone scams: [link]
Should I Answer? works on 4.0+, no ads and can block calls from numbers defined on your private block list.
Dovrei rispondere? e passa la paura, oggi mi ha bloccato 4 chiamate di call center
reparando que o OP passou por isso num número de celular e não fixo, deixo uma dica:
o aplicativo Devo Atender bloqueia automaticamente as ligações de números que você bloquear e mais: existem estatísticas compartilhadas de avaliação dos números pelos próprios usuários, então se muitos (você pode configurar a partir de quanto) usuários já avaliaram negativamente um número, o app bloqueia a ligação e te diz o porquê (avaliações do número. outro número que me ligou, mas bloqueado).
Should I answer appears to do what you are looking for. [link]
Thanks me later
For me, "Should I Answer" is my go-to app.
I use "Should I Answer?" - [link] - worth a try.
Su cellulare puoi installare questa e vivere felice
Should I Answer? [link]
Devo Atender: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.mistergroup.muzutozvednout
I use Should I Answer? and have it programmed to block all calls from my area code +3 like this you can also have it whitelist any number in your contact list.
It will notify you that it blocked a call and that number will
show up in call history
"Should I Answer" does this. Block calls not in my contacts. It also blocks calls based on how the community has rated them (although that doesn't really matter if you just block everyone not in your contacts). It works beautifully. I had a lot of problems with Hiya actually coming up while my phone (Android) was ringing, but this one always does. I can't give any comment on the Apple version.
you can try this app
If you are on android this app will do that for you on the call screen
You can use "Should I Answer?"
I use Should I Answer, it has quite a few options on what to block. Works great.
I use this Android App "Should I Answer"
Has helped a lot.
Soluzione semplice: [link]
Install Should I Answer? for Android to get automatic scam call blocking. This won't help with spoofed local numbers, but at least it's something.
For iOS, maybe RoboKiller?
Please don't call scam numbers back with your real number. They'll just end up spoofing it for scams. Call these numbers back with a burner number. You won't have much luck removing yourself from their lists. But maybe you can troll the hell out of them to make yourself feel better. :)
I've been using Should I Answer and it's been a fucking godsend for stopping this shit.
I've been using this app:
The number has reviews and if it has bad reviews, it'll tell you.
Should I Answer? - Android Apps on Google Play
I use this:
I have it set to block anyone not in my contacts and any known telemarketers. Works great.
Best app I've ever installed.
there is no DNC, install this Czech app which is actually one of the best worldwide in its field even outside Czechia
o sistema operacional do seu celular é android? se for, deixo o comentário que fiz no post do OP que resolveu sacanear a empresa que sempre o ligava.
>reparando que o OP passou por isso num número de celular e não fixo, deixo uma dica:
>o aplicativo Devo Atender bloqueia automaticamente as ligações de números que você bloquear e mais: existem estatísticas compartilhadas de avaliação dos números pelos próprios usuários, então se muitos (você pode configurar a partir de quanto) usuários já avaliaram negativamente um número, o app bloqueia a ligação e te diz o porquê (avaliações do número. outro número que me ligou, mas bloqueado).
App called "should I answer' for android works for me
Try this: [link]
If you're on Android: [link]
Io usa questa che è crowdsourced e funziona benissimo!
I recommend using this one
Should I Answer? has been working for me.
PSA: Should I Answer is a great app for automatically blocking known spammers and other numbers.
Molto meglio questa:
Scarica questa App [link] e dimentica oggi problema!
LPT per Android
Yeah theres one called "Should I Answer?"
I just download this app and set to block negative callers
I use [link] and do the same thing.
Yeah, I tried using a robot to screen my calls, but Prophet Manasseh keeps calling me from new numbers.
Ja zainstalowałem na telefonie to ustrojstwo:
Z automatu odrzuca wszystkich telemarketoidów! Polecam!
I've used this for a while now, seems to work well enough
I didn't think of using tasker for this, instead I used Should I Answer.
I'm not as familiar with Tasker, but you shouldn't need the second '*'.
I have been using the "should I answer" app for about a year now. There is a option to auto silence all calls from numbers not saved in your address book, sure I missed a few calls from people with new numbers, and some times I still get spam voice mail but I think it's a small price to pay if I don't wake up at 7 AM to a fog horn telling me I need to pay for my free cruise. Also Because I never mistakenly answer a spam call I think I now receive them less often.
Google play Should I Answer app
I think there is a apple version too but I don't own a iPhone so I can't be sure if it works the same way.
You should try this app out, it works pretty well!