Truecaller has announced a refreshing brand identity and introduced innovative anti-fraud features that underscore its commitment to user safety and communication protection.
Truecaller’s rebranding initiative includes a revamped logo and a brand new app icon, emphasizing a renewed focus on consumer privacy and enhanced safety in communication. The iconic “True blue” color remains, establishing a distinct visual identity that safeguards users against copycat and imposter apps. This refreshed identity aligns with Truecaller’s mission to protect communication for all.
Alan Mamedi, Co-founder and CEO of Truecaller, expressed his excitement about the new brand identity, stating that it signifies their unwavering commitment to users and their dedication to continuous improvement.
One of the most significant highlights of Truecaller’s rebranding is the introduction of a powerful anti-fraud feature called “Search Context,” integrated into the Truecaller AI Identity engine. This feature is designed to enhance user privacy and prevent fraudulent activities.
Search Context comes into play when users search for a phone number within the Truecaller app. It instantly notifies users if the name associated with the number has recently changed or is undergoing frequent changes. The app categorizes these contextual messages into three colors:
- Blue: Indicates a neutral name change.
- Yellow: Suggests a potentially suspicious name change.
- Red: Signals multiple and frequent name changes, highly indicative of fraudulent and scammer activity.
These color-coded messages will be displayed to all Truecaller users across Android, iPhone, and the Truecaller web, ensuring that users are well-informed about the identity of the caller.
Truecaller’s new branding identity, orchestrated by Interbrand, a leading global brand consultancy, will be gradually introduced worldwide in the coming weeks. To experience the new look and access these cutting-edge features, users must update to app version 13.34 or newer on Android and version 12.58 or newer on iOS.