Truecaller has today introduced a new feature to its application. The feature will allow users to record calls and it is available for Android users globally.
The latest Call Recording feature from Truecaller will help users to report harassment related or fraudulent calls, the company claims. However, it is important to note that this is ‘Premium’ feature and users need to upgrade to paid services in order to utilize this feature.
Through this feature, whenever a Truecaller users dials or receives a call, they toggle ‘On’ the recording feature from the Truecaller Caller ID screen. The recording are stored locally on user’s phone and not company’s server. Further, all user without a premium subscription can try this feature with a free 14-day trials. There are other features that comes with Premium subscription. To start with, users will have an option to see who view their profile, ad-free experience, contact requests and premium badge on their profile.
Previously, the company added Google Duo integration in its application. Through this feature, users will now be able to make video calls to other users who have Truecaller application. This update enables users to launch a Duo video call with a single tap within the Truecaller app, and switches between WiFi and cellular data for an uninterrupted conversation. Truecaller integration with Google Duo is available for Android and iOS users as a permission-based service, by which users will be able to opt in and out at any time.