Truecaller reaches 200 million user milestone, launches new tagging feature

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Trucaller user base has now reached 200 million globally in less than 10 months, the company has announced.

This announcement has also come at a time when Trucaller was unveiling a new feature that the company says will bring richer information to the screens of Truecaller users around the world

The new Tagging feature available on Android will now come equipped with a new option that will let users to tag a contact based on a broad range of categories such as Transportation, Banking / Finance, or Drinks and Nightlife, making it even easier to ID your cab driver or your bank.

Since day one, when Truecaller came to life on an online forum, and experienced the first 10 thousand downloads, the company says it has been dedicated to working together with their global community towards a vision of smarter and trustworthy communication. It adds that that this latest feature launch represents a significant step in Truecaller’s commitment to enhance their technology, and use data in a smarter way, by curating information into their database, and helping it to become truly intelligent, and able to learn organically.

“Truecaller is about putting trust into communications and adding more information about who you’re communicating with, and the Tagging feature will take this commitment one step further,” Alan Mamedi, CEO and Co-Founder of Truecaller said.

“Over time, we envision using this information to improve our users ability to identify who is contacting them, why they are contacting them, what they are contacting them about, and be able to make an informed decision as to whether to take the call, or not.” He added.

With the strong recent growth Truecaller now sees over 3 billion searches per month, showing a 50% growth from last quarter with over 200 million spam numbers in their database.


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