A new app, which made its debut at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2020, is capable of identifying spam and robocalls.
Called MobiLine, the app uses video to authenticate a phone caller's ID by allowing the caller to add a 15-second personal video message to their important calls. This reduces the chances of the calls going to voicemail and identifying robocalls, the official release notes.
The app is currently available for iPhone users only. It will be rolled out to Android users in early April 2020.
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