The Truecaller Assistant that was announced last September and was available in a few countries, including the US and Australia, has finally launched in India.
The Truecaller Assistant is an AI-based call-screening solution that uses cloud telephony and machine learning to answer your calls in a natural language and provides live transcription of what the caller is saying, helping you decide whether to take over the call or mark it as spam.
The Truecaller Assistant currently supports English, Hindi, and "Hinglish" languages, and we are told there are no plans to add support for more Indian languages.
You can try Truecaller Assistant in India for free for 14 days, post which you can continue to use it by subscribing to the Truecaller Premium Assistant plan that starts from INR149 ($1.8/€1.6) per month. However, as a part of a limited-time promotional deal, you can get it for INR99 ($1.2/€1) per month.
It's also worth mentioning that Truecaller Assistant is currently only available for Android users in India, and the company has told us that iOS users in India will have to wait for some time for the call-screening service.
But most other companies keep users data encrypted or does not flaunt openly. Just search various articles about data security and you will find what shit is truecaller company. They collect data without user's consent.
Sounds cool to set this app to respond in Hindi to irritate your friends and family
Scammers exist in other countries too but people dont come across them omline because scammers in other countries are not as computer savvy or know english as good.