Truecaller rolls out ‘call me back’ update for Android users

Truecaller rolls out ‘call me back’ update for Android users

 

Caller ID application Truecaller has rolled out an update for Android users where users get a pop up notification prompting them to call back or call again.

Truecaller protects you from spam, so you can connect with people you know and trust.
With over 2 billion numbers in our global network, you’ll get the results you want and the protection you deserve.

Identify the person or company calling before you pick up.

See the true identity of each incoming call — landlines, mobile, or pre-paid — even if the number isn’t stored as a contact.Never deal with telemarketers or robocalls again. Get instant access to top spammers in your area, allowing you to screen and block all unwanted incoming calls.Replace unknown numbers in your call history with names and photos and see if your friends are busy before you call.

The ’Call Me Back’ (CMB) feature is useful for times when the dialer is not being able to reach out to the receiver due to network connectivity, call rejection etc.

The update allows the caller to send a push notification to the receiver by asking to call back for which the caller is required to tap on the ‘ask to call back’ option available on the notification section.

 

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