For its 350 million active users on both iPhone and Android, Truecaller has recently released its AI-powered call recording feature. In the upcoming months, it will begin to roll out in the US and progressively spread to other regions of the globe. Truecaller now stands out from competitors in this market as a result of its AI-powered features.
The new function delivers high-definition recordings of both sides of every call, converts call recordings into text that is simple to read, and summarizes transcriptions of each call recording. Each transcription will come with a short subject line which simplifies accurately searching within the transcriptions using Large Language Model (LLM) technology. This will eliminate the need to trawl through hours of recordings in search of a particular piece of information.
Users of Call Recorder can record individual incoming and outgoing calls, retaining every detail while preventing spam calls. On its user-friendly platform, users may manage recordings easily by listening to, renaming, sharing, or deleting them.
Users can concentrate on discussions without worrying about taking notes, which boosts productivity. In order to prevent data loss, iPhone users will be able to store a backup of all recordings in their iCloud storage. Users of Android devices can backup their recordings to Google Drive.
“The decision to launch the Truecaller Call recording feature is inspired by advancements in Language Learning Models (LLMs) that aim to redefine the call recording experience,” said Raphael Mimoun, Cloud Telephony Product Director at Truecaller.
In reference to the new feature, he said, “With the help of intelligent search and call summaries, our new feature makes it simple and quick to access and use recordings. We are interested in how it will fundamentally alter the way our users manage their calls, record, retrieve, and use conversations.”