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Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Unwanted call blocker Truecaller launched VoIP calling feature for Android users

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The Swedish-based company and anti-spam mobile app Truecaller has launched VoIP calling features for its Android users, allowing people to make IP calls when connected to the Internet. This feature is already available in Android app but limited to premium subscribers.

Now Alan Mamedi and Nami Zarringhalam founded company is going to offer internet calling service to all android users via its dialer pad (on-screen). The new feature will be introduced in upcoming weeks, which is likely to rollout across the android ecosystem, suggests Telecom Talk.

The app was initially introduced in 2009 to identify unknown callers but now it offers many services like spam blocking, intelligent dialer, instant payment system, call recordings and now voice calling.

The app also gives the ability to identify unsaved number via its web search, but the VoIP (Voice over IP) is accessible only on the Android app. The company has not revealed whether it will also roll out this feature for the web. The Truecaller voice will be added to iOS, company revealed in a press release.

WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, Skype, Google Duo, Viber, and other similar apps are offering the same functionality, but when it comes to one-to-one communication technology Videotelephony, Truecaller lacks it.

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