New Truemessenger SMS App filters Spam Automatically on Android

Truemessenger App

True Softwares, the developers of Truecaller has launched a new application “Truemessenger” which is supposed to do what truecaller is doing for its users. Truemessenger is intended to replace the traditional SMS app and to protect users from spam. As Truecaller identifies the numbers Truemessenger will identify spams.

According to company this new smart SMS application will keep your inbox clean and automatically filter out spam. It automatically filters spam, fraud, telemarketing, sales, and unknown phone numbers with the help of 150 million Truecaller community members worldwide. It automatically identifies spam and separates them from genuine messages as well as it provides you with the power of blocking spam or unknown numbers.

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Truemessenger App

In simple words with the help of huge Truecaller community it will identify the sender of messages as well as filter unwanted messages. Truemessenger has partnered with Avicii, and his manager has announced that they will create special tones for SMS alert tones for users.

Co-founder and CEO, Alan Mamedi,said “Today’s messaging apps are under constant attack from spammers and surrounded by uncertainty, but when we communicate via email for instance, our email app shows you the sender’s name and filters out spam messages for you, but SMS has lacked these essential components – until today. With Truemessenger, we’ve reimagined the SMS app experience by making it more social and putting control back into the users’ hands so they always know who they are communicating with.”

“We know that spam calls and SMS are a major source of frustration for our users globally, and our users in India have been especially vocal in asking for a solution to this problem. Today, we begin our launch in India and are really excited to be able to offer Truemessenger into the Indian market to protect our users from spam, and help to streamline their communications. We look forward to subsequent launches globally in the near future,” he added.

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