Let tellows mellow your day – Protect yourself from nuisance calls with the tellows caller identification app

Dear tellows fellows,

reap the benefits of your patience for our tellows app is finally available for Android users! Up to now the only way to look up numbers was to open our webpage, meaning, looking the calling number up was only possible after the call.

Thanks to our new tellows Android app you will discern the trustworthieness of the incoming call on the first ring of your phone. The tellows Score provides the means to decide whether to answer the phone or deny the call.

Update (2018): The tellows app can now also block unwanted spam calls!

Let’s have a look at the key features
The most important feature certainly is the app’s capability to sync with the tellows servers in real time to offer you the latest information on the incoming call. Any rated and commented number – trustworthy or dubious – of tellows will be displayed with the respective tellows Score so you can decide your next action. In addition you are now able to read a number’s comments submitted by your fellows tellows users. If the caller is trustworthy you will find the opportunity to add the number directly to your contact list quite helpful.

With more than 250,000 downloads since 2014, the tellows app has a steadily growing number of users and since then helps to reliably classify unknown calls. The update to version 1.1.0 has changed a lot.

We now offer you the opportunity to connect to your tellows account and assign comments to your account. Thus, your comments after login are not only protected against deletion, but you can manage and change them in the future in your account on the desktop or mobile. You will find the login in the newly designed menu navigation or directly at the commentary. All advantages for login at tellows can be found here.

Caller Identification

With the premium version you can now also block calls by downloading the local blocked list. This contains all the active numbers currently reported to tellows for the selected country. After importing the blacklist, you select from which tellows score calls should be blocked. By importing the local blacklist you can also use the caller ID offline. The Premium version is also ad-free.

Also new are the personalized blacklists. If you use tellows as a registered user and comment on numbers, then these numbers will end up on your personal blacklist (regardless of any other user ratings). The personal blacklist can be used with all tellows products.

We are also pleased to be able to offer the tellows app in other countries and languages. This is only possible through the active participation of the community worldwide.

The tellows Android app is free of charge and available on Google Play:Get it on Google Play
Features of version 1.1.0:
– Classification of incoming calls based on the tellows score
– Import the address and name of unknown numbers into the address book
– Comment function
– Direct search of unknown numbers
– Call list of incoming calls
– Login to connect to your tellows user account
– In-App purchase for premium version without advertising
– blocking calls by importing blacklists (Premium)
– Personal blacklists with all negatively rated numbers of your account (Premium)

We are looking forward to your feedback! If you have questions or suggestions for improvements don’t hesitate to tell us!

Your tellows Team!

5 thoughts on “Let tellows mellow your day – Protect yourself from nuisance calls with the tellows caller identification app

  1. John-Paul

    Using iPhone app, there are three contacts for Tellows 7, Tellows 8 and Tellows 9.
    But there is no way to edit these contacts to block them.

    The block this contact option is at the bottom of the iPhone page and you can’t access the option on these contacts – because there are too many numbers against them.

    But you can’t delete the contacts and start again.

    Help!

    John-Paul

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