Ooma Home Phone 4+

For Ooma Telo or Phone Genie

Ooma Inc.

    • 4.2 • 854 Ratings
    • Free



As a companion to Ooma’s award winning home phone service, this app lets you make calls from your Ooma phone number, receive calls when you’re away from home, check your Ooma voicemail, and more. Purchase the beautiful Ooma Telo at your favorite retailer or at Ooma.com.

Getting started with the app:

1. Login with your Ooma phone number and password. Please note that the app works with the primary number on your Ooma account, not additional numbers. If you have forgotten your password, you can reset it by visiting My Ooma.

2. Make unlimited domestic calls without using your cellular plan minutes. The Ooma application makes calls using the Internet, also known as Voice Over IP (VoIP). Make sure that you have a strong Internet connection, either Wi-Fi or 3G/4G, to ensure the highest voice quality.

3. Make international calls for low rates. Visit My Ooma to purchase international calling credits or to sign up for the Ooma World calling plan which includes unlimited calls to more than 60 countries.

4. Dial numbers in your iPhone’s contact list or set up a list of Favorites for quick access from the Ooma app.

5. Get alerts for new voicemail and listen to them conveniently on your phone. You can delete messages or file them into folders, all from the app.

6. View your call history, manage your privacy settings, and more.

The Ooma app requires iOS 7.0 and higher.

Be aware that some mobile network operators prohibit or restrict the use of VoIP over their network or impose additional fees and/or charges when using VoIP over their network. By using Ooma Mobile over 3G/4G/LTE, you agree to familiarize yourself with and abide by any restrictions your cellular carrier imposes and agree that Ooma will not be held liable for any charges, fees or liability imposed by your carrier for using Ooma Mobile over their 3G/4G/LTE network.

What’s New

Version 8.4

Minor enchantments

Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
854 Ratings

854 Ratings

iPhonoclast ,

Recent Update Falls Short

I've been waiting for Ooma to add the ability to blacklist numbers from the app since I started using it and am very happy that the function is finally here. But what makes me rate this ones start short of great, is the fact that once you add number to the blacklist, there's no way to remember — say days or a week later — if you blacklisted that number. Where as on the website when you blacklist a number there is a visual cue (a red circle with a line through it) that let's you know that you have successfully added that number to the blacklist.

Currently, when you go back to look at at number you may have blacklisted the day before, it still says "Add to Blacklist" as if you never took any action on that number. And if you tap that link, it takes you through the process as if you didn't blacklist it. That made me have go to the website just to double check that it the blacklist was actually applied — which renders the efficiency and convenience of the new feature moot. It can be something like turning the "Add to Blacklist" red or replacing that with the red circle with the line through it (like on the website) to let you know that you were sucessful in blacklisting a number.

Developer Response ,

Hello iPhonoclast, thank you for letting us know. We will work on improving the process for what you mentioned.

MoveeMom ,

Love this!

after years of having Ooma as my main phone line, I love that now I can finally get calls on my cell phone. I live in Australia but have a US phone number and it makes it so easy for me to contact friends and family overseas for very little cost. I appreciate not having to be home to call the states. It has really added a new element to the convenience to it. The app probably isn't very helpful if you don't have a paid in my account however, in my case I do.

I am having 2 issues though, I live in Australia but I have a US phone number through Ooma and even though I put my phone on do not disturb when I go to sleep at night the Ooma calls still come through loud and clear waking me up at night, need to figure out a way to change those settings.

The other thing that is problematic, when I’m on my cell phone app and I arrive home, call disconnects. So that’s a bit of a bummer sometimes, but overall I love that I can call with Emma from my cell phone now! especially for our situation. For most people though I don’t know how useful it would be.

Pooh Bear 27 ,

Over 10 years

I have been a customer for over 10 years and now I am having thoughts of dropping my service. The app has fallen short of being useful anymore. It errors constantly, doesn’t forward many calls and if you decide to reinstall it forces you to sign up for their premier service without any ability to bypass and just log into your account.
Customer service has been useless and they send me to their technical service, but you cannot understand them and all they want you to do is reinstall again.
I believe that the forcing you to sign up for the premier service each time you install is a violation of some type of law and I plan on writing letters to several organizations so that future customers are not dinged with their horrible tactics.
The app has not even been updated decently for a long time. They just fixed it enough to work on the current iOS, but no fixing the large bugs that are in the app. Being a VOIP they could offer texting, but they refuse to add it in.
So even though it has saved me lots of money over a standard phone line, I am going to use other portable numbers more often and maybe just quit using this service.

App Privacy

The developer, Ooma Inc., indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Diagnostics

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Contacts
  • Usage Data

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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