Truecaller is a caller ID service that gained more attention a while back when Cyanogen Inc. announced it would integrate the service into Cyanogen OS. The company released Truedialer in the past to replace your default dialer, and now it's looking to expand its presence on your phone by integrating those features directly into the Truecaller app.

For starters, the new Truecaller includes a built-in dialer that can make calls directly. When you view a history of the numbers you've dialed, Truecaller will replace unknown numbers with names and photos from your call history, whether you have contract information saved or not. You will also be able to see whether other Truecaller users are available to talk before you place a call.


To increase adoption, Truecaller has changed the icon into something that may look better in your dock, and the company has tweaked the design to feel more like Android's existing dialer.

What's New:

  • Smart Call History replaces unknown numbers with real names and faces in your call history, even for numbers that are not saved in your contacts.
  • Availability shows you if your friends are free to talk before you call. Now you’ll never get a busy signal or interrupt someone again.
  • Built-in dialer allows you to make all your calls directly with Truecaller.
  • New design and app icon to help you use Truecaller to replace your dialer.

The update is rolling out now. You can grab the latest version from the Play Store below or APK Mirror.