TrapCall: Reveal No Caller ID

TrapCall: Reveal No Caller ID

By Epic Enterprises

  • Category: Business
  • Release Date: 2014-05-21
  • Current Version: 6.8.13
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 62.75 MB
  • Developer: Epic Enterprises
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 11,964 Ratings

Description

If you’re troubled by harassing blocked calls or the dreaded "No Caller ID," TrapCall will solve your problem. Sign up & get freedom from unwanted Blocked, Unknown, and "NO CALLER ID" calls! TONS OF AMAZING BENEFITS: √ Find out who’s hiding behind "NO CALLER ID," Unknown, & Blocked calls! √ Track down digital stalkers √ Protect your privacy and safety √ Get the evidence you need to file a police report √ Make annoying unwanted calls stop √ Automatically block over 200,000 known spam callers and telemarketers √ Continuously updated spam call protection √ Record your incoming phone calls for evidence √ Avoid needing to change your number! √ Get your voicemails as text and SMS or email √ Turn unfamiliar numbers into names, photos, and addresses with Live Caller ID This is the only app in the world that protects you from harassing or threatening calls by revealing the Caller ID of people who mask their number. It’s a must-have for anyone who is concerned about their safety, trying to track down a digital stalker, or wanting to put an end to annoying phone calls. How's it work? Easy! When you receive a "No Caller ID" aka blocked call, decline the call so it can be sent for unmasking and within SECONDS the call comes back to your phone — with the number unmasked! You can even get the name and address associated with the number instantly via SMS! TrapCall's spam call blocking will automatically block over 200,000 known spam numbers to your phone, so your phone will stop ringing with unwanted calls! When your phone does ring, you can be sure that you'll know who it is, even if the Caller ID was masked, thanks to TrapCall. **** To decline a call on the iPhone, press the Power button on the side or top of your iPhone two times! **** AS SEEN IN: √ The New York Times √ Wired √ MSNBC √ CNET √ Gizmodo √ The Washington Times In-App Purchases: TrapCall is a free download, with a free trial period to use the app completely risk-free, before purchasing the service. If you purchase the service, you will be charged a monthly or yearly price according to your country and which item you purchase. The price will always be shown in the app before you complete a purchase. Payment will be charged to your iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Your TrapCall subscription automatically renews at the end of every billing period (as determined by your purchase of monthly or yearly service) and your iTunes account will automatically be charged within 24 hours PRIOR to the end of the current period. You can turn off auto-renew at any time from your iTunes Account Settings after purchase. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable. Terms of Service: http://www.trapcall.com/terms.html Privacy Policy: http://www.trapcall.com/privacy.html

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Reviews

  • I love TrapCall!

    5
    By Nate Joel
    The best app in the game to unmask these private callers. HANDS DOWN! Keep up the awesome work 👏🏾
  • Some calls go through some do

    3
    By snoop914
    Some calls go through some don’t
  • It doesn’t work!

    1
    By YoGirl_Tristyn
    Recently I’ve been getting harassed by an Unknown caller ID, so I got the app and paid for the stupid subscription in hopes that it would at least give me a real number. I gave it a test and had my friend call me with the *67, once she did, the I did the double tap method with the power button and it came back as a scam likely but also a completely wrong number that wasn’t hers! This app is a waste of time and money and clearly it won’t help my problem of being harassed.
  • Very sneaky app trying to take your money

    1
    By Anna 679797
    I got the free trial for this app to try to identify a strange call I got. Then when it didn’t work I went to cancel the subscription but this app has it so that when you try to continue with the cancellation page, it keeps redirecting you to a new one, trying to distract customers and keep them from canceling the subscription. VERY sneaky. I would say it’s not worth downloading, even for the free trial because they make it so difficult to cancel.
  • Just not that good

    3
    By stoneman49
    Not able to lookup a lot of blocked numbers
  • Couldn’t set up

    1
    By Jsvf824
    App wouldn’t set up for me. I couldn’t get past the test call part, my phone never rang.
  • DONT DOWNLOAD!!

    1
    By Tommyggi
    They sell your information!Just like the other reviews say. My phone gets 0! I mean 0 spam and even regular calls. Only few people have my number. All of the sudden after I download app BANG! RING RING!RING RING!TEXT TEXT AFTER TEXT!All offers to sign up or buy something. What a nightmare. I gotta change my phone number now. If google and Facebook admitted they sell your info you think this shady company hidden in India won’t!??Your email will be sold also. I’m pretty tech savvy. I know when I’ve been breached. My inbox is full. Man if you got T-Mobile or Att you can pay $3 a month for REAL CALLER ID. When your phone rings it will show name and eveything of caller. And it’s legit through your phone company.its just people don’t think about asking their carrier for caller id. They think the phone number is caller I’d. You gotta tell them you want Caller id with name. All these apps like this 1 they want you to reverse call a number to get the id. What the hell good is that? Hang up reverse caller I’d then call them back? Your the 1 doing all the work. Giving them info. You think they gave your grandmas number in their data base??NO!They will when you give it to them. These apps are built from the user. And they cash in off you and me. Nothing is free. Better off paying for caller I’d from phone carrier.
  • This app is a scam or is broken

    1
    By \( °□° )/
    I have tested it by having my friends call me with the *67 and it consistently says it’s a Skype. Total bull took my money and didn’t provide a service.
  • Trapped them

    5
    By Trotter0007
    The first day I get TrapCall it already unmasked several people. This is a great app!
  • Not working

    1
    By UFOsss01
    The app did not work for me, even with the test call

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