Huawei partners Truecaller, to preload app on all of its devices starting from Honor 8
There are a lot of dialler applications on the market these days, both paid and free, but only a few of these have achieved a success of any sort in the Android market. Considering those ones that have been successful too, it is sure that some would belong to the higher order of this success and such is the Truecaller dialler app which has now announced a nice partnership with Huawei.
According to the deal every new Huawei smartphone from now on would have the application already preloaded so you don’t have to start sourcing it from third party anymore. This deal has also extended to the sub-brand of Huawei so much that the first of their devices to enjoy this new package is the recently launched Honor 8 which has already been to the Indian, European and US markets and is still planning to feature elsewhere in the nearest future.
According to the management of Truecaller, the application which would help Huawei users make better use of the call application and all other related features would be rolled out to those customers in regions such as America, North Africa, South East, India and Middle East, all before the time we see the end of the month of September.
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