Truecaller has launched a new caller availability feature in its Truedialer app that might just save you from ever having to remember to turn on your out of office again. It is the most tedious features of managing your phone, work and personal communications.
The newly enhanced Truedialer includes a powerful feature that will automatically syncs to your diary and works reactively to your schedule, blocking out time as, and when, meetings and appointments come in, showing contacts when you’re free (with the status highlighted in green) or if you’re busy (with the status highlighted in red).
Truedialer users can check the availability of the person they are trying to call before dialing. The users see your status immediately indicating whether you are available or unavailable and choose to send an SMS or select to be automatically notified when you are free again.
Alan Mamedi, CEO & co-founder of Truecaller said, “It seems unusual that in a world where we can talk to each other over our phones, map our locations wherever we are with pinpoint accuracy and stream our current activity, that we still haven’t figured out when to let people know when we’re free to talk in real time. This is where Truedialer changes things. Technology is designed to adapt to our modern working styles and make our lives easier and Truedialer exemplifies this – its ability to let you know when the best time to call a contact, is an invaluable function. We’re turning the phone app into every user’s ‘go-to app’ because we want to put phone users back in control of communication.”
Truedialer with Truecaller can identify over 2 billion numbers. Callers are given instant access to relevant information about the people they are about to call, and can even complete missing contact information, keeping callers’ phonebooks as up to date as possible.
People need to have the Truedialer app installed as their default dialing app for the service to work. The app is available for free on Android and Windows smartphone. The Truedialer app has already been downloaded over 10 million times in just over a year since it was first launched.