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Truecaller: Caller ID, SMS spam blocking & Dialer
25 crore people trust Truecaller for their communication needs, whether it’s for caller ID or for blocking spam calls and SMS. It filters out the unwanted and lets you connect with people who matter.
With a community-based spam list updated by millions of users worldwide, Truecaller is the only app you need to make your communication safe and efficient.
Features of Truecaller
- The world’s best Caller ID will identify an unknown caller
- Block spam and telemarketing calls
- See names of unknown numbers in the call history
- Flash messaging – Share location, emoji & status in a flash to your friends
- Know when your friends are free to talk
- Backup call history, contacts, and settings to Google Drive
Smart SMS app:
- Automatically identify every unknown SMS
- Automatically block spam and telemarketing SMS
- Block by name and number series
How to Find Your Friends Mobile Number
Finding someone’s phone number online is tricky. Cell phone numbers are private—there’s no public directory of cell phone numbers to replace those old paper phone books. However, there are a few ways you can find someone’s phone number (and business phone numbers are still easy to find).
White Pages Website
Simply head to the White Pages website and plug in a person’s name (or just last name) as well as their city, state, or ZIP code. If that person’s name and phone number would appear in a paper phone book in that geographical area, you’ll see it on this website. It’s just like looking through paper phone books, with all the limitations—but it’s faster to search all those phone books, and all at once.
While the White Pages website and other similar websites try to sell you a paid premium service that will try to find cell phone numbers and other personal details, we haven’t used them and would recommend you avoid them. Stick to the free data—there’s no guarantee these services can find someone’s cell phone number if you pay them, anyway.