People can now report harassment and fraud, thanks to Truecaller’s new Premium feature called ‘Call Recording’. The new app helps callers achieve safer and more efficient communications. This comes as another upgrade in the company’s efforts to improve its Premium offerings.
When a Premium user dials or receives a call, they can toggle on the recording feature from the Truecaller Caller ID screen. The recordings are then stored on the user’s phone. All users who do not have a Premium subscription can try Call Recording for free on a 14-day trial.
Call recordings are stored locally on the user’s phone and the user who records calls is responsible for following local laws around two-way consent.
From users identifying new business clients, to empowering women to avoid and report harassment, or for everyone being protected from potential fraud, Truecaller helps safeguard calls and SMS and give callers the right to know who is trying to get in contact. The new, added feature of Call Recording, will empower users to keep track of important conversations they have with businesses, colleagues, and people.
Headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden, the company was founded in 2009 by Alan Mamedi and Nami Zarringhalam. Truecaller helps people enjoy safe and efficient communication by enabling them know who’s getting in touch, filter out unwanted calls and SMS, and focus on what really matters. The company provides a suite of unique services such as a dialler that offers caller ID, spam detection, messaging and more. Truecaller’s mission is to build trust everywhere by making communication safe and efficient.