Now for Windows 10 too!
Caller identification tool, Truecaller, now for Windows 10 platforms

New Delhi, October 14,  2015: Call identification and blocking app Truecaller  is now available, free,  for Windows 10 devices.

Starting from the home screen, Truecaller introduces a brand new design and wizard to help users get started. For the first time ever, following the launch of the updated version, call history will be auto populated withTruecaller information including badges and profile pictures. With new, improved and streamlined list views on the home and discover screens, more information is ready and waiting at your fingertips, ensuring you are communicating only with the people you choose.

Using newly available API’s, Truecaller brings an entirely new experience to Windows 10 devices. Protect yourself against the ‘Top Spammers’ in your region, compile your own custom ‘Block List’, even block hidden numbers from contacting you. A new and improved after call screen lets you perform quick actions without having to open the app. You can now call back, send SMS, suggest a name, save number, mark a number as spam, or look it up in Truecaller.

 While the app will not show the exact location of the live call, the location data has been improved based off the area code and number series to ensure a more accurate location on incoming calls and number search.

 Says Rishit Jhunjhunwala, VP Product at Truecaller: “We are working to reinvent the communications experience for billions of people and it has always been in our DNA to bring the best version of Truecaller to all the operating systems, and today, with the hard work of our great team, and our contacts at Microsoft, we are excited to bring our most comprehensive version ofTruecaller for Windows Phone, to date!”

Truecaller is now available for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, BlackBerry, Tizen and Nokia feature phones

Headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden, Truecaller was founded in 2009 by Alan Mamedi and Nami Zarringhalam, and is available on all Internet-enabled devices and on the web