Truecaller has added a slew of updates for Windows 10 mobile devices to its app, such as new blocking tools and an enhanced call history. It also features a completely new design and contains embedded maps.
Windows 10 Truecaller users now have the ability to formulate their own block list to stop unwanted communications. Hidden and private numbers can be obstructed too. A new After Call screen lets people view the caller ID of the person who called, save contact information, call back, send an SMS, suggest a name, and report spam without having to open the application.
The call history of Windows 10 devices can now be synced with Truecaller in order to display names and photos from the app’s database. Profiles now show operator information and embedded maps. The application additionally alerts users to Top Spammers in an area. The brand asserts the app’s list view screens, such as call history, search results and discover, are now showcased in higher quality.
Live calls will not be able to present the exact location of where a call is originating from. Truecaller claims it has improved its efficiency for number search and incoming calls by analyzing the area code and number series. The company recently announced it has crossed the 100 million user landmark in India.
Furthermore, Truecaller now supports the Tizen OS and comes preloaded with the newly launched Samsung Z3. The brand also rolled out updates for Android users of its Truedialer sister app last month. It introduced a new feature which allows people to switch on an indicator to tell other users they are not available to take a call.
The updated Truecaller app for Windows 10 mobile devices is live now and can be downloaded here.