Hiya: Spam Blocker & Caller ID

Hiya: Spam Blocker & Caller ID

By Hiya

  • Category: Utilities
  • Release Date: 2015-07-29
  • Current Version: 8.28
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 78.14 MB
  • Developer: Hiya
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 14.0 or later.
Score: 4.5397
From 227,158 Ratings


Stop missing important calls and wasting precious time answering unwanted ones. Hiya blocks spam and scam calls, and displays caller ID name and call reason on incoming calls. Want to supercharge your Hiya app? Try our Premium features to get an even richer mobile calling experience. CALL SCREENER Know not only who it is, but also why they’re calling before you pick up! Say ‘goodbye’ to unknown callers. VOICEMAIL PROTECTION No more spam voicemail! Hiya takes care of business and stops spammers and scammers from clogging up your voicemail inbox. Download now for free and get instant protection from spam callers! SPOOFED CALL PROTECTION Stop receiving those deceiving scam calls from numbers that look similar to yours. CALLER ID Fewer unknown callers, more identified names. Whether it’s a call from a business, friend or potential spammer, our global database of caller names gives you real-time context about who’s calling. REVERSE PHONE LOOKUP 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. AS SEEN IN The Wall Street Journal TIME Magazine - "Top 10 App" CBS Evening News Fierce Wireless VentureBeat - "Future of smartphone calling" USA Today Huffington Post - "Caller ID on steroids" The Verge Cult of Mac - "Essential" COMMUNITY Twitter: twitter.com/hiya Instagram: instagram/hiyainc Our Premium Call Screener feature works in the US on AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, Sprint. 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, and spam protection. Terms of Service: https://www.hiya.com/terms-of-service Privacy Policy: https://hiya.com/hiya-data-policy



  • Google

    By Cdysma
    A lot of numbers come up domestic line or with no name. Then you can go google the number yourself and get better results
  • Subscription $10 more now?????

    By Sisaveli
    Why did you have to go raise from $2.99 month or $14.99 year to now $3.99 month or $24.99 year?? Seriously turned me away from it.
  • Good spam blocker

    By Tom23122
    This app is helping me reduce political trash tech during this election year of 2024
  • Hiya app

    By Hiya is bad
    This app does not do what it supposed to do. In fact I am getting more calls than before I got the app.
  • No robo calls being blocked.

    By Perico Sunshiner
    I get 4 to 6 robo calls a day. All from several area codes. All from a different phone number. They must have hundreds of phone numbers in their robo computer. The app says they can not stop all calls, probably only the ones in their database. In Apple’s setting for Phone I turned on the option if caller is not in my contacts, send it to voicemail. This feature has stopped all these robo calls. The app is useless and I will not renew it.
  • The HIYA app mostly works pretty well For a “freebee”.

    By bill_fr
    The HIYA app mostly works pretty well For a “freebee”.
  • Completely Useless App

    By TheOptiMystic1
    It’s hard to fathom how this company stays in business with such a poor app. It must be because it’s used as the default call ID/blocker on Samsung phones. On iOS, it’s absolutely worthless. I previously used a competing product that was terrific, but for some reason my current carrier isn’t compatible with too many of these solutions, so I had to purchase a subscription to Hiya instead. Despite having all settings exactly as required, and even after deactivating and reactivating, the app literally does nothing. It will allow every phone call through, known or unknown, unless you manually enter into the block list, so every unwanted call is going to ring your phone at least the first time. Secondly, don’t expect the call lookup to give you any information, which is comical because it’s the main point of the app. It almost always comes up as “Unknown Caller” and serves up no information. I almost always have to resort to doing a Google search to investigate the number myself. So, in a nutshell, it doesn’t block unknown calls (and yes, I have the phone’s “Silence Unknown Calls” setting on, and all toggles on for Hiya to screen and block calls. It’s not user error), and 99% of the time it can’t identify the caller when using the lookup feature. So tell me, what exactly did I purchase an annual subscription for? As I write this, the last update by the developers was four months ago. Doesn’t really instill confidence that there’s any attention given to this app. I know this review is harsh, but that’s how ineffective and frustrating the app is. Do not waste your money!
  • The best call identifier ever!

    By Zumbionic
    I work from home as a massage therapist. So knowing who I am disclosing, my home address is crucial to my safety I use this app 3 to 4 times a day. At this point I cannot work without it, too many crazy people out there and this keeps me and my family safe. Thank you for the creator of this wonderful app.
  • Hiya annual subscriber

    By Trnyii
    PERSONAL LINE IS NOT ADEQUATE Information. I PAID TO GET DETAILS NAMES WITH NUMBERS! Caller ID IS EXTREMELY INADEQUATE AND AS A FULL SUBSCRIBER IT IS 100% disappointing NOT GETTING NAMES OF BUSINESS, Residential, Cellular, Agencies. When it was WHITEPAGES way back in the day I got that information. No Name No details I don’t answer. HOW COME CALLER ID DOES NOT WORK WHEN I MAKE CALLS THAT AREN’T ON MY CONTACT LIST? I NEED that please to make sure I am calling the right business, agencies, residential and cellular. I will NOT RECOMMEND TO OTHERS YOU DO NOT GET WHAT YOU PAID FOR FROM THIS APP! Call Screener is NOT WORKING.
  • Keeps dropping out of settings

    By equals 42
    Update (2024): It wants to screen all calls to be useful. I cannot allow them to intercept my business calls. Useless. I also need to be able to block whole blocks of phone numbers. One company with +1(XXX)XXX-712# as their block of phone numbers should be easy to block in one swoop. I’m not asking for regex but maybe anything matching but the last two numbers would be useful. Heck, I would like to block whole area codes. Update (2023): Still drops off in iOS 17 I can’t keep this in working order. The beta for iOS 14 is over and they still can’t get it together so the app appears in “phone” settings to choose as the call blocker. It also doesn’t show anything it actually blocked. Still getting telemarketing calls.