Truecaller for android receives new block section, windows phone app discontinued

True Caller has made changes to its block section for Android. After this change, users will now be able to block anyone. Bugs have also been improved after the update of Mark SMS and Read Functionality. Right after this update, True Caller has removed this version from Windows phone. True Caller app of Windows 10 was launched in September 2015, which also featured profile pictures of offline caller ID support and identified callers.

Truecaller for android receives new block section, windows phone app discontinued

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Truecaller Update version is 9.4.10, in which the user gets a new block section, which allows you to block any of the contacts. The update has also been improved in SMS.

After so many improvements, you can download TrueCaller from Google Play for Android. The size of the app is 26 MB for which your phone should have Android 4.1.
If you want to download TrueCaller from Microsoft Store, then this app will not be available for download.

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Last week, the TrueCaller brought a feature that tells you who opened your profile picture. At the same time, the private model has been launched for Pro Subscribers. Sweden-based company recently strengthened the Indian Payments App BHIM, to make money transactions. This app was launched to compete with Paytm. There are 100 million Daily Active Users in the Global True Caller.

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