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WhoAreYou Caller ID + Blocker


Know exactly who is calling or texting you - even when they’re not in your address book. WhoAreYou is a completely FREE visual Caller ID, Call Blocker, and Text Blocker.

* See a name, visual picture, city and state on almost every call and text.

* Use it as a call filter and call blocker to effortlessly block calls from telemarketers, spammers, and ex’s from ringing your phone.

* Also use it as a text filter and text blocker to get rid of those unwanted, annoying text messages. Block SMS / TXT messages with ease!

* Reverse look up any number in the US or Canada.

* Connect to Facebook to easily match up-to-date pictures to phone numbers of callers you know.

All these features for free! Any time. Every time.

It’s time "411" was real-time, automatic, visual, and totally free.

WhoAreYou knows about over 200 million numbers!

WhoAreYou works seamlessly with YouMail Visual Voicemail Plus and its millions of users:

* Block callers you don't want to hear from again
* Automatically play “out of service” messages to unwanted callers before hanging up on them.
* Use YouMail contacts and other information.
* Control how your caller ID appears to both WhoAreYou and YouMail users.

WhoAreYou automatically creates a free YouMail account for you (if you don’t already have one). This allows you to automatically backup your ditched and blocked call list, easily add/edit any uploaded contacts online at youmail.com, take advantage of YouMail’s existing database of caller ID information, and if you’d like, you can upgrade your voicemail to YouMail Visual Voicemail Plus very easily (check it out for tons of cool, customizable features!)

Customize the Caller ID pop up, however you want!
Go to Menu > Options and decide how frequently it pop ups, when it pops up, and more!

*User Support*
Email us at AndroidHelp AT YouMail.com so we can help you resolve any bugs and answer any questions. Help us help you! We love hearing your feedback, so email us at AndroidHelp AT YouMail.com with any suggestions or feedback!

Recent changes:
- Fixed bug when ditching phone numbers directly from Ditched List menu.
- Fixed unditching issue for YouMail users who weren't connected to
WhoAreYou.
- Improved background colors/fonts.
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4.0
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2765
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500,000+
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About WhoAreYou Caller ID + Blocker
Know exactly who is calling or texting you - even when they’re not in your address book. WhoAreYou is a completely FREE visual Caller ID, Call Blocker, and Text Blocker.

* See a name, visual picture, city and state on almost every call and text.

* Use it as a call filter and call blocker to effortlessly block calls from telemarketers, spammers, and ex’s from ringing your phone.

* Also use it as a text filter and text blocker to get rid of those unwanted, annoying text messages. Block SMS / TXT messages with ease!

* Reverse look up any number in the US or Canada.

* Connect to Facebook to easily match up-to-date pictures to phone numbers of callers you know.

All these features for free! Any time. Every time.

It’s time "411" was real-time, automatic, visual, and totally free.

WhoAreYou knows about over 200 million numbers!

WhoAreYou works seamlessly with YouMail Visual Voicemail Plus and its millions of users:

* Block callers you don't want to hear from again
* Automatically play “out of service” messages to unwanted callers before hanging up on them.
* Use YouMail contacts and other information.
* Control how your caller ID appears to both WhoAreYou and YouMail users.

WhoAreYou automatically creates a free YouMail account for you (if you don’t already have one). This allows you to automatically backup your ditched and blocked call list, easily add/edit any uploaded contacts online at youmail.com, take advantage of YouMail’s existing database of caller ID information, and if you’d like, you can upgrade your voicemail to YouMail Visual Voicemail Plus very easily (check it out for tons of cool, customizable features!)

Customize the Caller ID pop up, however you want!
Go to Menu > Options and decide how frequently it pop ups, when it pops up, and more!

*User Support*
Email us at AndroidHelp AT YouMail.com so we can help you resolve any bugs and answer any questions. Help us help you! We love hearing your feedback, so email us at AndroidHelp AT YouMail.com with any suggestions or feedback!

Recent changes:
- Fixed bug when ditching phone numbers directly from Ditched List menu.
- Fixed unditching issue for YouMail users who weren't connected to
WhoAreYou.
- Improved background colors/fonts.

User reviews of WhoAreYou Caller ID + Blocker
From a quick test, this seems OK. However, it signed me up for YouMail (which was not stated here, so that's bad), registered me for SMS alerts (also not stated in advance and thus bad; I had to turn them off), and seems to take precedence over the default caller ID even for numbers in my contact list already (tolerable, but not ideal). Luckily it didn't switch my voicemail service to YouMail, or I would have been really upset. Not sure if this is a like or dislike -- it could be useful, but I'm not a major fan of it at the moment. I might get rid of it and wait for a later version that will hopefully improve things.
Dec 20, 2011
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Saturday 6:12 PM
Excellent Awesome application
A Google User
5 days ago
Motorola Droid Razor Max Does not block calls when you mark them ditch call. Waste of time.
A Google User
Oct 14, 2014
Not what it says The only numbers it recognizes are the ones in my contacts. Really ?! I already know them. Who the hell is calling me 20 times in the last hour from Washington ?!?
A Google User
Oct 14, 2014
Lonnie E. Weck So far it is working rather well. It is eliminating unwanted callers one by one. Reverse lookup lets me know where these idiots live. :-)
A Google User
Oct 12, 2014
Love this app. Really works !