Get free spam alerts and block those pesky fraud phone calls for good! Hiya shows you the true caller ID so you always know who’s on the other end of the line.
Here’s why users rate Hiya:
• It’s reliable - our phone spam protection engine automatically identifies and blocks spam calls
• It’s fast - whether it’s a friend or a robocaller, Hiya give you real-time context on who’s calling
• It’s secure - automatic alerts warn you about incoming spam phone calls. You can also report spammers to the Hiya community
Download now for free and get instant protection from spam callers. Our advanced features let you take control of calls.
PHONE SPAM PROTECTION
Our advanced phone spam protection engine identifies and blocks robocalls, telemarketers, debt collectors and fraud calls like neighbor spoofed call scam.
Automatically block scam and fraud calls. Stop the “neighbor spoofing” calls from numbers that look similar to yours.
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.
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.
Add names and addresses from Hiya to your phone book contacts to keep them accurate, complete, and current.
We also run 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.
Download now and never pick up a spam phone call again!
AS SEEN IN
The Wall Street Journal
TIME Magazine - "Top 10 App"
CBS Evening News
VentureBeat - "Future of smartphone calling"
Huffington Post - "Caller ID on steroids"
Cult of Mac - "Essential"
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.
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Hiya! This time around we added a new experience for users who complete phone number verification - some of you may not see it at first, but all of you will eventually! We also fixed an issue with the Hiya Stats feature because some people weren’t seeing the stats outside of the US. Oh, and what would any app update be without “various bug fixes and performance improvements”? We included some of those, too!
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
I love this app and thanks to its features I am not getting so many spam, and annoying calls. Even being on the Governments DoNot Call List does not stop these Telemarkerter’s and scammers as they change numbers so frequently. This app with a huge community reporting these behaviors at least gives a person a heads up before answering their phone. Now they have added a feature which you can buy if you have the need too that identifies the caller ID. Just not having my phone ring 20 times a day with these nonsense callers is finally giving me some peace. Scammers/crooks are always trying to find ways around these apps. and are changing their numbers frequently. They use computers and all kinds of methods to try to scam and steal from innocent hard working people. This app does help to protect people from that but always beware not to give out personal information nor send money to anyone you don’t know. I tell them I buy nothing over the phone and to submit their information using the US Mail. In the two years I have had this app nothing ever came through the US mail. Too dangerous nowadays to even bother with these people. This app will actually help you to actually block and report them to your social community which in turns helps others. I highly recommend this app to every age group especially Seniors.
Great app, but Family Subscriptions don’t work
The app is undoubtedly the best of this type. It was free for several years and I loved it. When it began to charge $3/mo or $15/year, I did not hesitate to go for the latter. The problem came when on my wife’s phone, having Family Membership, I downloaded Hiya and upgraded to Premium. The usual message from the App Store is “A Family Member already purchased this, so you can obtain it for free.” With Hiya, however, my wife’s phone was billed to my account. I chatted with the iTunes Store and they cancelled the charge, but told me I needed to contact the developer to have my wife’s phone also have Hiya Premium. However, there is no way of doing that. “App Support”, both here on the App Store and on the website, consists of FAQ’s and blogs, with no way of telling your story outside of a review such as this one. Hope it helps. UPDATE on July 2019: after several years the above has not been fixed. NEW PROBLEM: on March 8, 2019, I changed my number TT&T has a policy of letting a number rest 90 days before re-assigning it. Hiya and several others report my new number as belonging to one Kenny Sanchez. Only the “Lookup” app has been correct from a few days after I changed my number. Today is July 27, nearly five months and Hiya continues to say my number belongs to a person who quit the number eight months ago! WOEFULLY OUT OF DATE!! I quit my subscription and will get “Lookup”.
Clunky - Feels Like They Should Pay Users
I expected Hiya to flag calls as they happen which it does infrequently. However, If a call has not been previously recorded into their database you have to go to your phone log, copy the number, paste it into the lookup function, and then have Hiya look up the number. If it is spam, you then have mark it as a blocked call, flag the type nuisance call it is, and provide further details in order for the listing to be useful for others using the app. In other words, Hiya relies on everyone reporting numbers and providing additional meta-data to build out its database. Spammers are constantly changing numbers so this copy, paste, add data routine is the process most of the time.
When logging a call if the app is ‘working in the background’ it does not automatically read the copied phone number from cache so you have to manually paste it into the lookup function before it finds the number. You have to shut the app down and restart it every time if you want it to automatically pull the number from the copy puffer - also annoying; adding more steps than what seems necessary.
They really should not charge for this since users are actually building their database for them not too mention that it takes too many too many steps to be convenient. Maybe simpler to just block calls in the iPhone app.
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- 92.6 MB
- Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.