Over the past three and a half years, Truecaller has flourished into a thriving community full of people working together to make a people-powered phonebook. We now take that people-power of 40 million users strong and shine a new light on the meaning of Truecaller.
Today we are overjoyed to introduce Android users to a new design built from the ground up, with personalized features, and maybe the most exciting announcement; a partnership with the social broadcasting network, Twitter.
Our partnership with Twitter will begin in India, allowing Indian users to be able to see if a number is connected with a Twitter account, and have the ability to tweet or follow a person directly through the Truecaller app. This represents the first time that Twitter content can be accessed in this way, leading to a more robust social experience for millions of users.
Twitter Integration: Now you can tweet back on a missed call, and view if a number is connected to Twitter through reverse number search and incoming calls.
New Look: Built from the ground up.
The new design is free-flowing with larger pictures, and a more personal experience for the Truecaller user.
Badges: Say it with badges.
The Verified badge symbolizes that a user's name is true, according to Truecaller phone community. The Premium badge is if a user has upgraded to a Premium account, and the Ambassador badge is for the Truecaller Team members and Truecrew Brand Ambassadors.
Truecaller 4.0 is currently available for Android in the Google Play Store, and will be released for iOS in the beginning of 2014.