By Spam Arrest
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Spam Arrest for iPhone and iPad! Access your Spam Arrest account directly from your iPhone or iPad. Now you can create an account, manage your Unverified mail, and edit your Senders lists all without having to log into the website.
What's New in Version 1.4
- You can now add protected accounts right from the app.
- Various bug fixes
No stars! Dangerous!
Had trouble getting into this app (but none with two other anti-spam apps I tested). It wouldn't recognize my address even after gmail accepted the app. Once in, it didn't display any mail. Next day, Gmail locked my account due to "suspicious activity"! I had ignored the warning signs of a risky app: Terms of service page opens to a blank, setup doesn't hide your password and requires your phone number. It gets worse. SpamArrest asked me to enter my email address which I had already done in the app more than once. I replied that I had deleted the app and didn't want it back. They replied that I MUST cancel via a special link OR they would charge me when the trial period is up!! The FREE app says nothing about a trial period or any cost. This company is not behaving ethically and their activity certainly is suspicious. They may be after your ID and are definitely after your money. Beware!
Excellent addition to your existing Spamarrest account
This is a great tool for people that already have the Spamarrest service. I've been using them for years, and it works great - way better than the PC-based products that get easily overwhelmed.
Ignore the negative reviews - those people clearly don't understand the product or how it works. Spamarrest has worked flawlessly since I first got it, and I am happy to renew my account when it comes up annually.
If you're looking for a high quality commercial-grade spam filter, go visit their website.
Fast but ugly
It's bizarre that the apps "designers" would spend so little time trying to make the interface pleasant or usable or easy to read. All they had to to was make it look and feel similar to the built-in mail app…. A list of unverified emails, with an approve/block button next to it... So simple -- that's all the app should do. Instead, it's a bizarre list of hard to read email headings which stretch out too far, and some numbers which I'm guessing are military time (really?)…. You have to click through each email to a second screen in order to even make a decision about it…. which undermines the whole idea of SAVING TIME that the app is supposed to do! Just not a well made app.