Truedialer 2.0 update supports dual-SIM for Android phones

By | March 5, 2015


Truecaller, a search technology company that is re-imaging your phonebook to make it more intelligent and useful, on Wednesday announced the global launch of the revamped version of its popular dial pad app Truedialer. With more than 100 million users, Truecaller offers its services in more than 200 countries.

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Truedialer has come out with version 2.0 of the app on the Android platform which will have added support for dual-SIM phones. The latest update is available on Google Play Store and will work with devices sporting Android 4.0 OS and higher.

Truecaller is now on a look-out to entirely renew the native dial pad app on Android devices with significant improvements that make the experience faster, smarter and more convenient. The newest features include a new material design, support for up to 500 dual-SIM Android devices and an improved feature set. The Google Play Store page is not clear about the exact model numbers or brands of phones the Truedialer app supports.

Material design is keeping in line with having a uniform looking app for the latest Android 5.0 Lollipop sporting devices. According to the new design, swiping on the right allows users to add names to favorite contact lists, you get to see the SIM number in your call logs and you can also enable one-click call dials from the dial-pad.

The app gives instant access to relevant information about contacts that users are trying to dial. If users are dialing a number for an individual or business outside of their phonebook, they will be able to see the name and a profile photo of whom they are about to dial before they place a call. Users can automatically search for information about a number they are dialing, with Truedialer.



“Supporting Dual SIM devices is not a matter of choice for us, it’s a central part of the phone experience for our users,” said Nami Zarringhalam, co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer at Truecaller. “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.”