- Truecaller brings ‘call recording’ option for Premium users on Android platform
- Truecaller reintroduces ‘Who Viewed Your Profile’ for its Pro subscribers
- Truecaller acquires multi-bank payments app Chillr
- Truecaller has access to alarmingly high amount of user’s data: Report
- Truecaller is pushing its customer towards subscription, limits caller ID searches
- Truecaller now has 100 million daily, active users
Truecaller, an app that goes beyond the limitations of today's phonebook apps. The Truecaller app helps people always have access to the right information, people and businesses they need. As we all know the app lets users to search for contact information, identify incoming calls, and also block calls that you don't want to receive.
Many smartphone users are using Truecaller to trace out a lot of spam calls they get everyday. So, did you ever wonder how Truecaller actually works? Well, it acts on a give and take scenario, if you want those unknown numbers then you have to be a part with your phonebook contacts.
Apparently everyone who has installed the app has surrendered his phonebook. The data is crowd-sourced from the million of users who have installed the Truecaller app on their device. So out of all the people who know you and have your contact number stored against your name in their phone, if even one person uses the Truecaller app, your contact details would end up in the Turecaller database.
Well, this post will give you an insight on the pros and cons of Truecaller app, have a look at the slider below to know more.
Truecaller allows you to find mobile phone location of the number in search.
The app also comes with a 'Who viewed my profile' functionality, so that you can keep a track on who is viewing your number.
You can find caller from phone number. Similar to reverse phone lookup
It allows you to block such spam numbers and report them to Truecaller database to mark it as spam so that others may also not suffer from this number
Caller ID does not work in all areas
Truecaller requires Internet connection for it to work
No guarantee of information security
It infringes on privacy issues.