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 iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 159,327 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

  • And...

    1
    By vmkt
    Just gave me a name without the last name. Can’t tell who it is without first and last name.
  • Hiya

    2
    By Sandy-ii
    Works ok. However since the last update I’ve lost half of my contact list, some names is the half I retained are missing, my list of text messages just shows the phone number rather than the name of the person who sent the text, some names do show up on the list with the word “maybe” in front of it. And I have to say it rarely alerts me to a spam call. I may just delete it.
  • Not worth it *Read Privacy Policy

    1
    By Buzz60622
    The free version worked only half the time. This App's Privacy Policy is garbage too. Read it if you're on-the-fence deciding if hIya is worthwhile for Install. I Added it long ago, and removed a month or so past. Nomorobo works well as an alternative Not worth it *Read Privacy Policy
  • It was working

    3
    By MsNicole_Renee
    Not sure what happened... but I keep getting calls and Hiya doesn’t list if it’s possible spam or not. There’s no Hiya comment on any of the calls, even caller ID. Hopefully this gets worked out soon or I’m cancelling my premium subscription 😕
  • Fraud/Spam calls have decreases SIGNIFICANTLY

    5
    By Kaseychongyo
    I was being blown up by annoying fraud, spam, and spoofing calls. I put my number on the Do Not Call national listing, but the calls were still coming and nearly every 10-20 minutes! It was becoming overwhelming and extremely frustrating! A friend recommended this app and I decided to give it a go—and I’m so happy I did! This app helped decrease the number of fraud/scam/spam/spoofing callings significantly! It’s also a great tool to search phone numbers with and report unknown callers as fraud/spam. Overall, I would highly recommend this app to anyone who is getting those annoying and unwanted phone calls. I already installed the app on my parents phones and some other family members and have also shared a post on Facebook about the app. It seriously helped and I’m so thankful to the developers! Thank you for providing an app that works and for FREE too!
  • Hiya

    5
    By Alive44rn
    Love this app!
  • Good but....

    3
    By Fla.sassy
    I upgraded to the paid version but i’m not sure I should have. It allows unknown calls to ring thru, and the only way you can try to find out who it was is to go to the call and copy and paste the number into the search section and most of the time it can’t identify who called. I’ve only had it for a couple of months, I’m hoping it will improve.
  • A Must Have

    5
    By Matthew_V
    I kept on getting multiple spam calls a day. Glad I downloaded this app!
  • Won’t let you block entire area code even with premium

    1
    By Fred_vtt
    I have to type 999 numbers to block entire area code. This is silly
  • Removing it

    1
    By Texconsin
    It worked until the first time I closed it.

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