Nomorobo App Launches on iPhone to Block Robocalls and Telemarketers
Built for Total Consumer Privacy, Nomorobo's App Protects iPhone Users From Annoying and Harmful Calls Without Demanding Personal Details
NEW YORK - Nov. 16, 2016 - PRLog -- Nomorobo, the #1 most popular service for effectively blocking robocalls and telemarketers, is launching an iPhone app. To date, Nomorobo's award-winning service has blocked more than 134 million illegal robocalls from reaching consumers. Today, the service announces that it is also protecting iPhone users with the Nomorobo app, available now exclusively on the App Store.
Nomorobo, winner of the 2013 FTC Robocall Challenge, is the most trusted name in telemarketer fraud protection. The service's special technology is able to automatically differentiate illegal and annoying robocalls from legitimate or important automated calls such as weather emergency notifications.
Once the app is installed and configured, the robocall protection will work automatically. The company never needs access to customers' contact lists or call logs.
"The Do-Not-Call List simply doesn't work anymore. Mobile users need more proactive protection from scammers and pesky telemarketers,"
Nomorobo uses the most accurate, consistently-
The Nomorobo app was designed from the ground-up to eliminate irritating robocalls as painlessly as possible. The app includes a free 30-day trial and costs $1.99 per month after that.
To learn more about Nomorobo for iOS, visit https://www.nomorobo.com/
Nomorobo is a cloud-based service that effectively blocks illegal robocalls from reaching consumers' phones. Nomorobo employs a unique, FTC-approved technology that analyzes incoming calls and rapidly detects robocallers, telemarketers, and scammers. Legitimate calls come through normally, but illegal robocalls are stopped before they have a chance to bother the consumer. Nomorobo's landline service was so successful that it has been integrated into many of the nation's top VoIP phone carriers, including Time Warner Cable, Ooma, Sonic, and more.
To learn more about Nomorobo, visit www.nomorobo.com.