Truecaller Voice VoIP Calling Feature Launched
Truecaller has now officially announced the VoIP call feature of the application named 'Truecaller Voice'.
Earlier this month Truecaller was seen testing a VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) calling service for its premium subscribers, enabling users to make a voice call through mobile data or a Wi-Fi network. Truecaller has now officially announced the VoIP call feature of the application that is named Truecaller Voice. Thanks to the Truecaller Voice button in the application, users can now make voice calls via mobile data or Wi-Fi networks to their contacts on the same platform. The Truecaller VoIP call feature is now being implemented in an organized manner and will soon be available to all users of the Truecaller application on the Android platform.
The company claims that Truecaller Voice will allow users to make "high quality (HD), low latency" VoIP calls that will be quickly connected through mobile data or Wi-Fi networks. For added convenience, the Truecaller Voice shortcut has been added to locations within the application, such as call logs, SMS inbox, contact profile and post-call screen.
Earlier the feature Truecaller Voice was limited to Truecaller Premium subscribers, but now it will be available to all users of the Truecaller application on the Android side of the mobile ecosystem. In an official press release, Truecaller revealed that the Truecaller Voice launch began on June 10, 2019, and is currently being phased in. The company says it will add support for iOS "in a few weeks."
In a statement Rishit Jhunjhunwala, VP Product, Truecaller, said, "We have been working towards building a full communication suite for our users and voice calling is the next big step in line with this mission. Through this integration, we are looking forward to effectively provide an end-to-end communication experience, where users can call, text, chat, filter messages, block spam and even make digital payments, all in one app."