Automatic spam call detection comes to the iPhone with an app #smartphoneapps #spamcalldetection
What to do about unsolicited phone calls?
There was a whopping 162% rise of spam phone calls in the US in 2013 according to a ZDNet.com article titled “Spam phone calls cost US small businesses half a billion dollars in lost productivity”. Something had to be done to reduce the negative impact of spam calls. The free Reverd app detects and silences unwanted calls automatically and eliminates disturbances, annoyance, irritation, anger and frustration.
“We developed the first truly automatic system that allows iPhone users to automatically silence unwanted and harassing phone calls,” said CEO Mark McCoy. “We engineered an innovative, unique process to make automatic silencing possible on the iPhone. There were many challenges to overcome, but the result is rewarding. We are proud that this remarkable app is now available to the public for the benefit of iPhone users.”
The fast and efficient way to report spam calls
Learn more about the free Reverd app to silence unwanted phone calls by visiting the home page at https://reverd.com or on YouTube today. Members of the press and others who have additional questions about the contents of this press release are encouraged to contact Mark McCoy as provided below.
What are the benefits of the Reverd spam call detection app?
- Automatic: You do not need to manually mute each and every phone number spamming you
- Community supported: Constantly updated community reported list of harassing phone numbers
- Working seamlessly in the background
- Easy on resources and battery
- User friendly
It is an elegant, intelligent, well thought out and well performing app with minimal user input. It can be downloaded free of charge from the iTunes app store.
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