Truemessenger, the revolutionary new app recently launched by leading global search technology company, Truecaller, will empower Nigerian mobile phone users to enjoy a smarter and more social SMS experience on their mobile devices.
Powered by a 150 million vibrant mobile community, Truemessenger allows you to magically put a name to a number while blocking and filtering out SMS spam from your inbox. The app is integrated with Truecaller and its network of more than 1.7 billion numbers from across the globe. It pulls information from social networks and automatically assigns photos, nicknames, and other contact information to incoming texts.
Truemessenger even enables mobile phone owners to assign their own spam rules. SMS spam is then either filtered out of your inbox or blocked altogether, so your inbox is kept clean, and you are never left guessing who might be trying to reach you.
Alan Mamedi, CEO & Co-founder of Truecaller said: “With Truemessenger’s global rollout, we’re bringing you the combined power of our global community with information from your own personal networks so you’ll never again have to worry about anonymous numbers.”
Nigeria has one of the highest mobile penetration rates in the world today, with over 140 million active mobile lines,and a large number of Nigerians rely on their mobiles to communicate with one another. The Truemessenger app will provide the very large number of Nigerians who rely
on their mobile phones to communicate with one another, with the option of avoiding messages from unwanted numbers and contacts.
Truemessenger is available now for free on Android, and is complementary to the Truecaller and Truedialer apps. Truedialer is available for free on Android and Windows Phone and Truecaller can be downloaded for free on popular platforms including Android, iOS, Windows Phone, BlackBerry, Tizen and Nokia feature phones.