Now android users will be able to identify any number on their Android smartphone without opening the Truecaller app. Truecaller for Android has received a new update that enables users to identify the unknown mobile number without opening the application.
In the recent update of the app developers have inegrated a feature called "Auto-Search" that lets the application users to identify an unknown number by just copying it and the other associated details will be automatically searched for. The user will get a notification after the search is done. However, the company has not thrown light as to when the auto search feature will be available to Apple users.
Truecaller, announced the update on its "blog" and explained that a user will need to copy a number from any app or browser and a pop up message will appear on the screen with the contact's information. They added, "it can be tedious to copy the number to identify it or even save it to your contacts. We want to get rid of that extra step of opening an app. So, we made searching, calling, texting, and saving the info absolutely automatic and carefree."
Thanks to them and their team for their efforts. What the daily average user will benefit out of this is the deduction of the hassle of opening the application to know the callers identity.
Apart from the Auto Search feature, Truecaller has also added in some other new features such as the addition of Nepalese language support, along with bug fixes and general speed improvements. There is no news as to if and when this feature will roll out for iOS users.