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Would you like to know the person behind the number calling you? How about blocking off spammy callers? For a little more peace of mind, you should check out Truecaller. This phone lookup app lets you search for phone number identities worldwide, filter unwanted calls, and instantly know the person who is calling.

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Once the app is installed, you can do a quick look-up by entering the name or number, and address. It also connects with your own contacts so that you can update them with more information like street address, city, and zip code. The Call Filter feature lets you add phone numbers that you want to block out. You can also tap on Top Spam to view your blocked list.

Truecaller has a smart sync feature that let you synchronize your contact list with those found in your friends Facebook profiles.

Truecaller is available on a majority of mobile platforms, including Android, Windows Phone, Blackberry, Symbian, and iOS. However, iPhone users may encounter some feature limitation due to the restrictions within iOS. For example, you might not be able to do call blocking or use caller ID functionality with your iPhone. But for all other platforms, this app complete as it can be.

Truecaller is a useful companion app for anyone who needs to do a quick check of phone numbers. It helps keep your line secure and not be bothered by callers you don’t like.

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Features:

  • Quick phone lookup app.
  • Cross platform – works with Apple, Android, Windows Phone, Blackberry, and Nokia.
  • Connects with Facebook to synchronize data.
  • Block calls.
  • Supports all countries.
  • Similar tools: WhitePages and ReversePhoneLookup.

Check out Truecaller @ http://www.truecaller.com

  1. jon
    March 18, 2016 at 2:27 am

    This is downright dirty. It goes into your personal phone book list and adds THAT data to their database. This is quite the invasion of privacy for the benefit of the App.

  2. A&L
    April 4, 2013 at 4:35 pm

    Have to sign in to use it, i'll stick with http://www.whitepages.com/reverse_phone/ or just type the number into google

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