Truecaller for Windows Phone Update Brings Improved Spam Detection and More
Truecaller is useful Windows Phone app that allows you to manage your incoming calls. Recently, the app received an update which improved its functionality even more. The new update brought better spam detection system as well as some other handy improvements.
Truecaller is probably the most powerful app for managing incoming calls in Windows Phone Store. It allows you to block calls from a certain number, identify unknown incoming calls, and more. You can create your own spam/unwanted list and Truecaller will automatically block any calls from any number of that list.
The latest update of the app, which goes by the number of 5.1.0 offers a handful of new features, improvements and bug fixes. And the most notable change is improved spam detection system, which searches the Truecaller’s global spam list and blocks all incoming calls from the ‘members’ of that list. Truecaller also comes with a new Live Tile, which will notify you if you have some notifications or alerts.
Truecaller eventually received another update, 5.1.1 a couple of days ago, but that update didn’t bring any new features or improvements, but was focused on bug fixes only. So all important updates of the app have been made in the 5.0.0 version.
Here’s the complete changelog of v5.1.0 and v5.1.1 updates:
Introducing an all new Truecaller 5 with a complete re-design and some awesome updates!
– Excellent Spam detection with real time access to Truecaller’s global Top Spam List
– Blacklist Spam numbers in real time
– Boosted Search within your personal contacts, or within Truecaller’s network
– Save searches directly into your Contacts
– Enhanced Contact Search
– Live Tile for Truecaller notifications
– Various bug fixes
– Bug fixes
You can download Truecaller for free from Windows Phone Store or directly from your mobile device.
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