Bulk block range of unwanted callers

The most powerful call blocking & identification app for annoying phone-calls!

Large pre-defined Blacklist

Using more than 150,000 records

Privacy

We never access any of your personal data

Easy setup

2-steps installation

Range blocking

Bulk block ranges of numbers with one tap

Identification

Identify who's calling you

Settings

Tweak your preferences

How it works?

Call Blocker includes a phone-number database with more than 150,000 records of scammers, advertisers, automated robots, telemarketers & more.

Enabling Call Blocker from Settings, everytime you receive a call, it handles it based on your settings (identify/block call). To enable it follow these steps:

1. Open Call Blocker app, hit "Next" and then "Start".

2. Open the Settings app -> Phone -> Call Blocking & Identification and switch ON Call Blocker.

Help & support


How can i bulk block ranges of numbers?

Add ranges of bad & annoying phone numbers using the "Range Blocking" feature selecting how many digits you want to block (1,2,3 or 4 digits). For example if you want to bulk block numbers starting with 786-309, select the country of the number (e.g. 1 for U.S), then select 4 digits and enter 786309 as the main number. This will block all numbers in this range: 786309XXXX (7863090000, 7863090001, 7863090002 ... 7863099999).


Why i cannot install Call Blocker on my iOS device?

Call Blocker is a call extension app which works with the new iOS 10 only on the following devices:

iPhone 5S

iPhone 6/iPhone 6 Plus

iPhone 6S/iPhone 6S Plus

iPhone SE

iPhone 7/iPhone 7S

iPad Mini 2/3/4

iPad Air/iPad Air 2

iPad Pro


How can i block all unwanted calls?

Open Call Blocker, tap on "Settings" option on the bottom and switch ON "Block unwanted calls" option. When you'll receive a scam call, it would be blocked automatically.


How can i identify all unwanted calls?

Open Call Blocker, tap on "Settings" option on the bottom and switch ON "Identify unwanted calls" option. When you'll receive an scam call, the info would show up on your screen below the telephone number when ringing.