Truecaller introduces smart calling history, availability and a brand new dialer

Truecaller introduces smart calling history, availability and a brand new dialer

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Truecaller, a popular dialer alternative for Android, has gained some new functionality in its latest update. You’ll now have a smart call history, the ability to change your availability, and a revamped dialer, plus much more. Truecaller has already offered the ability to block various callers, and easily identify who was calling you, and this is the next step forward for the team. The company describes the new features as:
Say Hello to your New Phone App with the Most Useful Truecaller ever.
Introducing Smart Call History, Availability, and a brand new Dialer.
STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN, March 8th 2016. Today, Truecaller introduces the most intelligent way to communicate by integrating new features to revolutionize the way people make and take calls: Smart Call History, Availability, and a brand new dialer.
Making your communication safer and more delightful, by giving you more information about those you communicate with, is core to Truecaller’s mission. With the integration of the new features, Truecaller becomes an essential app for anyone looking to have more control over their incoming and outgoing calls.
Integrated new features:
Smart Call History replaces unknown numbers with real names and faces in your call history, even for numbers that are not saved in your contacts. Now you don’t need to save contacts to your phonebook.
Availability shows you if your friends and contacts are free to talk before you call. Now you’ll never get a busy signal or interrupt someone again.
Built-in dialer allows you to make all your calls directly with Truecaller.
“Truecaller has become a necessity for hundreds of millions of people in their daily communication by always knowing who’s calling them and protecting them against spam calls. We are now taking this to the next level by changing the way people make phone calls with our integrated dialer and adding more context to your contacts that has

Article originally published at: Android Central