Today the firm announced a revamped version of its popular dial pad app Truedialer app for Android to entirely replace the native dial pad app on Android devices with a more intuitive app design, expanded search, and improved dual SIM support. Users can also easily switch SIM cards in order to access the best rates for calling and data traffic.
According to the firm’s co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer Nami Zarringhalam, “Supporting Dual SIM devices is not a matter of choice for us, it’s a central part of the phone experience for our users. With every new release, we are taking one step closer to making Truedialer a complete replacement of your default dialer and we look forward to expanding our relationships with OEMs and operators to meet the growing demands of our users globally.”
The new app has increased Dual SIM support for more devices, improved functionality and intuitive design, integration with Truecaller for enhanced search and convenience and complimentary with the main Truecaller app, which is now adding more than 250,000 users every day.
The company has also forged relationships with 6 of the top 10 OEMs in the world, and is looking to expand cross-market opportunities across Asia, Europe, and in India, where the company’s main app has been installed on approximately one-third of the country’s smartphones.
The recent Truecaller for iOS revamp brought with it the Truecaller Widget Search, Complete Contact Profiles, Smarter Search and Discovery and you can also easily Place Calls and Send Texts: A new user interface makes staying connected easier than ever before. Once a user profile is pulled, you just need to swipe left to place a call or text. This one-step process makes it so easy, you can stay in touch faster and more conveniently.