Christ Google is so out of touch. No one wants your ugly ass knockoff iOS emojis, give us the blobs. I want the blobs. And imma get em too cause https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.stevenschoen.emojiswitcher&hl=en has my back.
BubbleUPnP. This app is simply fantastic! You can do so many things. I'll give you one scenario. I don't like having my music collection all over the place (Phone, PC, Laptop). So I store it in the central location (Dropbox) and then using BubbleUPnP, I can stream to either the phone or foobar on the Windows machines. I save space and there is no needless duplication. EDIT: Also forgot to mention that this is the only app that displays artwork over the stream.
The bodyweight fitness app comes with video demonstrations.
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. :(
> Probably any of the warehouse employees, since they all have barcode scanners on their machines and trucks.
Or you know, anyone with a phone.
I recommend using the app. It makes everything much easier
> Pretty normal stuff.
Not for a VPN app supposedly about security, there should be nothing included that isn't absolutely essential.
In fact, it'd be better to allow users to export .openvpn files and import into their own application - such as this one, which has no bloat and is open source.
Sorry but Facebook and 'secure VPN' will never go in the same sentence.
My HTC One M9 got me 100GB of Drive storage and my Asus Zenpad S got me another 100GB so now i'm sitting at 215GB. I use Autosync for Drive to sync my files across 4 devices. I also use Redirect Pro to move all pictures saved to the internal memory to the SD card. It's really useful to consolidate everything in one location and have a cloud backup.
Because if they collapse all of your folders when your backed up photos are uploaded to Google Photos, then they're redownloaded onto your new phone as a single folder full of thousands of unlabelled pictures. From that moment on, you're permanently locked into using Google Photos exclusively. Unless you want to spend weeks doing nothing but sorting your photos back into folders, if you even remember when and where they were all taken, you'll be fully and irrevocably reliant on the Lens/Photos AI tagging and search to find anything. Even switching to another cloud service provider, if everything's in Photos, would be virtually impossible for someone without unlimited time. Not a problem if you have backups, I myself keep my cloud backup as a mirror image of my well-sorted local storage with an app called Autosync for Google Drive, but most people don't back up their files outside of automatic preconfigured syncing to Google, Microsoft, Samsung, or whatever cloud storage service paid their phone OEM to be a system app.
If you have root, use Emoji Switcher - this will allow you to see the emoji other people are using. I'm hoping that this paired with an updated Google Keyboard app will let non-nexus users see and use the emoji from Unicode 8.0
Edit: Like 3 people all said the same thing lol
Samsung international ROMs also have this feature. I have it permanently enabled in my custom ROM, so every incoming call is saved and labeled with the caller's contact info and time stamp. Then AutoSync pushes the files to my Google Drive.
It has saved me so many times when I can't remember a detail someone said or needed a notepad.
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.
Use the open source OpenVPN app with your providers ovpn files. Works great for me. Don't see the need to install proprietary apps.
Also there is no such thing as a truly free vpn. If you are not paying with money you are probably paying with your information.
Truecaller za android
Truecaller za iOS
Ovo sam neki dan instalirao, baš za ovakve stvari.Blokira hrpu takvih brojeva iz svoje baze podataka, i korisnici sami mogu prijaviti broj da se doda u bazu.
Don't know his app, but "bodyweight fitness" has the RR and other routines, is opensource and free. It has timers, different progressions and videos.
Not sure any reddit app does that but you can use a VPN Client that will only route certain apps through the vpn. OpenVPN for Android does this.
It is called Bodyweight Fitness and it uses the hand icon from the top of this reddit as its icon.
Here it is in the play store, I believe it is available on iPhone as well.
Also I use this pdf for cues https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwYajVlzpnYaUURONE5obkhjdVU/view?usp=sharing
Barcode scanner only requires camera permission. It's light weight, fast, fairly feature complete and been around since the stone ages.
I have a OnePlus so it has an inbuilt call recording feature(you might be able to find a third party app though), but after the calls are recorded, I use an app called Autosync for Google drive in which you can select the folders it should upload to the drive and then delete from your phone. It has a lot of settings and options to customize so I have selected it to only upload when the phone is charging AND on Wi-Fi so it doesn't cost me battery/data.
Ho installato Dovrei rispondere e non rispondo piu' alle chiamate contrassegnate come "negative", ovvero che arrivano da numeri che sono contrassegnati come spam o telemarketing nel database dell'app.
Raramente capita che un numero che mi chiama non sia ancora nel database, nel qual caso rispondo, e dopo lascio una mia recensione.
Sempre dall'app blocco quei numeri che diventano troppo insistenti.
Per quanto mi riguarda, le telfonate di questo tipo non sono piu' un problema.
Download the bodyweight fitness app and just do the first set of the warm up.
That's 30 seconds of very light activity. Then look at
the next excercise and see if you feel like doing it.
You don't even have to get changed.
You can have a quick toggle for your OpenVPN connection if you use the superior OpenVPN for Android app instead of the official one. Supports way more modern Android features and is much nicer to use.
Here's a screenshot of it in use on my phone.
> "sleep as Android" [...] requires a third party qr code reader app and those almost always spam your phone all day.
It works with "Barcode Scanner" by ZXing, which is the same barcode scanner that Google Authenticator automatically prompts to install if you try to scan a QR code. It's safe to use.
You don't have to Google it, r/bodyweightfitness has an app for it.
If you want to switch between emojis for different devices (including iOS emojis), and you have root, check out Emoji Switcher . Works perfectly for me.
All of these shots were taken using Manual Camera and edited using VSCO. The stock camera is perfect for taking casual snapshots but I'd prefer to use Manual Camera for shots that are a bit more premeditated.
Use the open source OpenVPN app with your (paid) providers ovpn files. Works great. Don't see the need to install proprietary apps.
Also there is no such thing as a truly free vpn. If you are not paying with money you are probably paying with your information.
Bubbleupnp is the best app I have used for sending anything to Chromecast that doesn't already have it's own app. Supports casting local media, media from local or remote DLNA servers, and a multitude of cloud services. Even supports transcoding of media not natively supported by Chromecast.
This but it hasn't beed updated to the new RR. Sure you can drink whey protein after a workout to help recovery and growth, but be sure to have a solid food intake as whey protein is only a supplement, not a replacement. You can check your tdee for your goals.
I'd suggest on Android users take a look at "OpenVPN for Android" by Arne Schwabe. It's is Open Source, and gets patches frequently.
Molding Mobility and Starting Stretching.
Since you asked for an app. Recently it had been added to this app called Bodyweight Fitness.
Ich benutze BaconReader. Hab auch schon viele andere Reddit apps probiert, werd aber mit keiner so richitg warm und greife dann wieder auf den Speckleser zurück
> Most apps are just awful when it comes to QR readers. Haven't seen a good one yet.
Barcode Scanner has worked perfectly for years.
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:
Do it! Starting Calisthenics has been so fun! Love the excitement of new exercises and freedom to do them basically everywhere!
The recommended routine is a great place to start!
I also use the app, https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bodyweight.fitness.free it was created specifically for this reddit!
r/bodyweightfitness has a workout app
Check out this app which is the mobile version of the Recommended Routine proposed on the sidebar.
You can track your workouts and it's free.
I did the beginner routine that has an app with it. I think they link to it on their FAQ somewhere. I did it years ago when I didn't have access to a gym. I really liked it, it's easy to get into, and gives ideas on how to utilise your home for certain exercises. Some i had to leave out simply because i didn't have space. But it's good if you wanna get to learn the basics first. And there's progressions from beginner-intermidate-advanced. So you don't stall. I'd also suggest you look up antranik (u/antranik) He's so good and easy to follow. Has a sub here r/antranik and does YouTube vids with bodyweight/calisthenics exercises. I know he's not a woman though 🙈. But he's really great!
I definitely got results, particularly my core got lots of work (not as significant as with lifting, but i slacked a little too). I have no pictures to show sadly. L-sit is my favorite core exercise in the world. I lost interest because I found lifting to be far more enjoyable, but would still recommend. I do implement some of the stuff in my routines still. It's still good shit.
edit: I think the RR I followed was the pre 2018 one, and maybe the app adheres to the older RR and seems to not be linked to anymore in their FAQ. I couldn't find it anyway. I still would recommend it though.
App from r/bodyweightfitness: Not sure if I'm allowed to link to it, but imma gamble and do it anyway: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bodyweight.fitness.free
Das liegt daran, dass die kommerzielle Nutzung von Apples Emojis an Apple gezahlt werden muss. WhatsApp hat das immer getan, aber ist Facebook jetzt eventuell zu teuer geworden nachdem sie WhatsApp übernommen haben. Deshalb hat auch jeder Hersteller eigene Emojis; das ist am günstigsten so.
Mit Root-Rechten kann man aber hiermit fürs Betriebssystem und hiermit für WhatsApp die Emojis ändern. Mache ich schon immer so seit ich Android habe, finde alle anderen auch hässlich.
You probably won't like the responses you get.
Skipping legs is pretty much heresy in /r/gainit, for good reason.
Using cable machines as a primary workout is also frowned upon, also for good reason.
The low volume (3x5, even considering an AMRAP set) is facepalm-worthy.
If you wanna bulk and gain muscle, your best chance of success is to pick any one of the many linear progression programs that utilize compound, full-body lifts, and stick with it. You're still pre-"noob gains," so you have everything to gain from a solid, consistent lifting foundation. Don't squander your time with fuckarounditis.
If a gym membership (even the YMCA?) is too much for you, you will be best served by /r/bodyweightfitness and following their recommended routine progression. They even have an app to make it even simpler to start training.
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.
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.
First, check out /r/bodyweightfitness and their amazing FAQ! Next, you can use this app to follow along with their recommended routine.
Definitely going to check out the BuildProp editor, using a Note 4 currently and the DPI is so high it feels like a phone made for the elderly (even with the smallest text).
While I don't have nearly as long of a list of apps for customization, Emoji Switcher (root required) was one of my biggest incentives to root my phone. This allows you to switch the theme of your emoji to iOS, stock Android, and a few others. With most of my friends having iPhones, and my phone not natively supporting all of the newest emojis, I got really fed up with not seeing all emojis. This app fixed that and now I don't have to live with ugly emojis or crossed out boxes in place of emojis that aren't supported by my phone.
You would use an app named Drive AutoSync to link your local folder to a folder on Google Drive. You can set it up so that the data only moves in one direction, and only updates when manually triggered to do so (which Tasker can do because that app has Tasker integration).
So basically you'd have a Profile in Tasker that triggers when the local folder on the device updates, then links to a Task that runs the sync by have Tasker tell DriveSync to do its thing.
Then you'd use Tasker's Delete File action to delete whichever file(s) locally. As long as you have the options set up properly in DriveSync it shouldn't delete anything there. You may have to pay for the full version of DriveSync though depending on how they currently have the trial version (think it was/is limited to a certain number of MB per sync).
Do you mean this one? https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.stevenschoen.emojiswitcher&hl=en
If so, what bugs are you experiencing? I've been using this app for a long time and it's been working perfectly.
Haven't seen anyone mention it, but I bought BubbleUPnP when Chromecast first released as it was one of the first to cast local stuff I think. but I've been using it since then flawlessly. I also use it to stream to my ps4. the license costs a couple bucks but the devs deserve it. really great product with fairly regular updates.
Reddit's app is shit, same with the default website.
Bacon Reader Android
Bacon Reader iPhone
I use this all the time. It also has a windows server that can transcode on the fly to play videos whose audio codecs aren't supported by Chromecast.
And links to the Play Store page and the git repository, since it's free and open source.
> Ideally every night it would only sync files that changed
There is certainly a way to do this with Tasker, but based on anyone's specific use and specifications - it would have to account for a lot of variable scenarios. It wouldn't exactly be the easiest thing to write/create solely in Tasker.
There is an app called Drivesync/Foldersync that is quite powerful and you can create any backup/mirror scenario you could possibly think of, and trigger the sync via Tasker because the app has Tasker integration built-in.
You'll find this app mentioned many times in this subreddit since it's quick and easy to setup and does its job quite well. Not to discourage you or anyone from writing a whole custom solution using Tasker, but Drivesync works really well :)
Not sure if you can do by calling customer care. But you can block numbers based on area code by using apps like truecaller...
Adding link on how to block using truecaller.
No problem. There is a great app on at least Android called "bodyweight fitness." It's free and FOSS, and has all of the routine, along with a couple of related mobility/stretching routines. It has gifs/videos of each workout, along with timers and progressions:
Great app that got me to do the routine consistently.
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.
Explanation of the differences: http://ics-openvpn.blinkt.de/FAQ.html#faq_androids_clients_title
Use the open source one(OpenVPN for Android) because open source code is nice for stuff like this, it also seems to get more updates or at least updates that mentions the vulnerabilities they fix (CVE-2017-7508 for example).
de.blinkt.openvpn is the best one.
It's the one we recommend at r/OpenVPN, it's opensource, material-design, yadi, yada.
Some people reported issues with password-protected certs on the "official" closed-source client. Dunno if they were fixed.
> If you are on Mobil (and I personally always am), you can't see the sidebar (I think that you can find it in the upper right corner of the screen).
Yup, on BaconReader at least you click on the menu icon top right and there's a "View sidebar" option. I imagine other apps have something similar (and, if they don't, perhaps it's time to think about using another app).
Per il cellulare io utilizzo TrueCaller https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.truecaller
Non sai il gusto che provo nel mettere giù le chiamate o lasciarle squillare... Dopo un po' di volte non richiamano più, ti danno per perennemente irraggiungibile.
Per il telefono fisso io vedo 3 soluzioni possibili:
Io probabilmente propenderei per la terza opzione (anche se non ho mai provato)
Funnily enough we just had a thread for helping travellers!
As for a VPN app, I use OpenVPN for Android. Happy travelling!
I'm assuming you've had it with free players by now. I don't think anything beats BubbleUPNP when it comes to this kind of thing.
Manual Camera is the perfect counterpart to Google Camera for when you want to use the Nexus 6's manual focus (and other fancy camera controls I'm too dumb to care about).
AutoSync to Google Drive, is one of many applications available which will allow you to schedule sync/backups to remote cloud services, (you could schedule it to happen during your typical "charging time" to eliminate battery life concerns and have the best of both worlds.
As for other battery saving tips...
...you should not need specific apps to be able to do this, it should be in your settings somewhere.
Save more battery life when using a browser, (any), by....
...these steps will reduce the amount of work your connectivity hardware and CPU has to do which in turn reduces battery drain.
To "win" the battery life "battle", you've gotta fine tune your device so it does as little as possible, as quickly as possible, without negatively impacting your typical usage patterns. The above goes a long way towards that.
You can stop the automatic Google Photo synch and there's an app called Autosync for Google Drive that automatically syncs the folders on your phone you want it to with your Drive.
Installa questa app.
di default è settata per far passare tutto e farti vedere un popup con le recensioni degli utenti.
Io l'ho settata per bloccare in automatico TUTTE le chiamate con un rating negativo.
Mi sento finalmente un uomo libero
Barcode Scanner is still free and works great for QR codes. It's based on the open source zxing.
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.
Depends if you need any of the extrea features (likely) provided by the proprietary client. Quite often the client is basically just a rebraded OpenVPN client, though.
Battery life: might vary. "Keep alive/always on VPN" setting will have a big effect.
Data use: probably no difference.
I'd use OpenVPN, since I don't need the extra features. I use "OpenVPN for Android" client instead of "OpenVPN Connect", might work better but your mileage may vary. With OpenVPN you need to download and import the .opvn config files from your provider, so that might be a tiresome process depending on how many servers you want to use.
> Also, if I go this route, do I need to keep NetGuard activated? Thanks!
No and actually, you can't use it at the same time because Android only allows one VPN service to be run due security reasons. And NetGuard acts as a local VPN.
A suggestion. If you’re not already using it, I’ll suggest Truecaller for IOS or Truecaller for Android, a free app that has made dealing with spam calls much easier.
Results may vary, as some spammers use the same number, while others change numbers constantly. The app allows users to block and report spam numbers, which are added to their block list database. I update the block database every day or two and I’m pretty happy with it.
As a beginner, I would like to have a section didicated to learning moves, or maybe just a list of them with pictures, videos. The bodyweight fitness app is a great source of inspiration.
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.
Are you associated with this app or is someone just jacking your video? It's a nice app but I would not want to support theft. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bodyweight.fitness.free
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.
If you're rooted you can download the app from the playstore called "emoji Switcher" you can change it to any os emoji including ios 10 or 9. It works flawlessly for me.
edit: link for it : https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.stevenschoen.emojiswitcher&hl=en
It's shitty because it uploads your phonebook to them, and the new version is just annoying. I started using it because it lets me block a range of numbers -- my phone number is 212-555-1212 and I keep getting calls from a spammer who spoofs random numbers that begin with 212-555
Have you tried the BWF app? It sounds like exactly what you're looking for
You can see from the gifs or view the YouTube video from the app. It's been immensely useful for me so far
Try bodyweight fitness and movesdb app?
P.s- they are on android.
I recommend using Barcode Scanner to read the code. As for plugins, you can get those at the plugin store of your browser of choice.
Chavos, usen Truecaller en sus celulares. No solamente me ha salvado de llamadas de extorsión si no también me salva de llamadas de los bancos, telcel, movistar y otros.
I've suggested it in the past but for the sake of reference I'll post again.
If you've got an Android phone, download and install TrueCaller. It'll integrate with your phonebook and each time someone calls you'll get a more in depth caller ID. Most spam callers are identified by default when you first run the app. When you receive a call, the app will notify you who exactly is calling and if it's a legitimate number so you don't have to waste time picking up and hearing trash. Pretty handy little app to have especially considering I've not heard those messages in well over 2 years.
Link to App: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.truecaller&hl=en
If you have an Android phone, install an app called TrueCaller. It has a giant directory of scam numbers/telemarketer numbers/etc. and integrates with your phone app. It functions like an enhanced caller ID so that when you receive a call it'll tell you if the call is legit or from a flagged number so you can decide to pick up or ignore it altogether.
Basically, hook up Google drive backup and sync on your computer. Then install Autosync for Google drive on your phone. The free version only let's you backup one directory, while the $5 version let's you backup as many as you want. On your pc, set the folders where your save files are stored as the folders you want to backup. Once they're backed up, go onto your Google drive and find where the files are. Star the folder it's inside of. Once that's done, your computer should automatically backup all emulator saves to Google drive, you can make sure this works by saving and checking the time the file was modified.
Witch the pc hooked up, go onto autosync on your phone. Set the local directory as whichever folder your saves are (if there are other files there, set the file name argument as *.sav or *.fileextension depending on the save format) and set the cloud directory as the folder where your saves were stored on your computer. You starred the folder it was inside of earlier to easily get there. Once that's set up, it might take some time to get it working properly, but it should backup your files when either your phone or pc makes a new save game. I have dolphin, Citra, mgba, and drastic synced up this way.
As cool as the feature is, I just use Autosync:
I can manually set up any and all emulators or other games to sync saves.
Bájate la app para androide "Debería responder?" y san se acabó, configurarla tarda un par de minutos y me ha ahorrado litros de bilis con vendedores, robots y llamadas silenciosas, asegúrate de tildar las opciones de "bajar reviews automáticamente" y bloquea toda llamada que la comunidad considere como molesta (y contribuye con lo mismo, así cada vez menos gente contestará a estafas y demás llamadas molestas)
there was one simlar i used to use called truecaller that was really cool, it shown the person you are being called by if its a company, but AFAIK a lot of newer phones (i think the one plus 6 defo) has this functionality built in (wouldnt be surprised if BT networked phones have it built in too seeing as truecaller is on a fair few bt handsets)
You can automatically have notes uploaded to drive using drivesync set the backup directory to something like Android/data/com.SteadfastInnovations/cache and all your notes will be uploaded to whatever remote folder you'd like.
For this to work, you'll need to have export to Dropbox/Box on. Only on those backup intervals do the PDFs get generated. Once drivesync detects those changes (you can set it to detect changes, or on time intervals) it will upload your files to Google drive. It's a pretty nice app to have. There are a few others like it as well.
Squid should definitely let you do this automatically. But they don't, so this is the best solution i know of..
There is an app, but it's just for the RR afaik. It also has molding mobility and starting stretching, along with some neat record-keeping features. I don't know if it's available for iOS, but it's available on the Play Store. Bodyweight Fitness.
This is the one I use. It's been on the Play Store forever and doesn't ask for anything egregious permissions-wise (and they explain why they ask for what they ask). No ads.
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!
I was about to buy it as well, but then I remembered I have loads of storage on my phone. I installed BubbleUPnP and copied some files over. Tested it out by setting my phone in flight mode and streamed an episode over tethered wifi (used an app called WiFi automatic to start tethering while in flight mode). It drained about 3-4% of my phone battery during that half hour, so I've now transferred lots of movies and episodes to my phone. :-)
Cool. I'm sure you're aware of the potential risks and it sounds as if you have a good plan. But it is still worth mentioning as a lot of the posts on the net (and even in here) will not be of everyday mediocre gainers like myself, but rather those who are confident about their progress.
If I was to give you a last advice it would be to not become to scientific about it. The gains come while training, not while surfing the web for the ultimate routine. The RR is extremely good for steady progress and as good as any other you'll find as it is created, tuned and approved by a huge community. There is even an app that runs you through it that is very useful both for logging progress as well as for getting into it. Android here, and iPhone here
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.
Should I Answer?
Call blocking app with custom rules and crowd-sourced phone number reviews.
One of the best apps on my phone.
VPN->OpenVPN->Wizards (choose Local user access).
and install openvpn client export package
Install this client for Android
Go to OpenVPN->Client Export and export config for user created at step 1 (Iinline Configurations, I prefer "Ohers" option)
Go to OpenVPN->Client Export
and export config for user created at step 1 (inline Configurations, I prefer "Ohers" option)
Import downloaded config file in Android app and run it.
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).
BubbleUPnP can do it IIRC, but you need xposed.
Its been awhile since I've played with it so I'm not sure if it'll route all audio or just media, but you could try using bluetooth. If your pc doesn't already have it, USB dongles are cheap.
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.
I wouldn't recommend using Google Goggles as it is no longer under active development. I switched Barcode Scanner after I noticed the last update to the app was back in 2014.
I know most people here hate Truecaller but after testing every caller ID I could find on the Play Store this was the only one capable of identifying telemarketing, bill collectors and even personal numbers.
The second in line is Whoscall. Also very good but behind Truecaller in the matter of ID-ing numbers.
It is important to note that this was all tested in Brazil, so results may be different for your region.