Truecaller said that the conversations would be real-time and not stored anywhere.
Truecaller announced the launch of its audio-based chat app called the Open Doors. The company said that the app will be completely free and will be available globally on the Google Play Store and Apple App Store. The company said that in order to use the app, Truecaller users need to download the app and simply sign in. However, people who are not Truecaller users can sign in to Open Doors by verifying their phone number through a missed call or a one-time password (OTP).
The app needs two permissions: contacts and phone permission. The company said that the Open Doors app allows its users to join and leave conversations at their convenience. Contacts can join conversations when they get a notification or by clicking on a link you share. It also said that participants in a conversation cannot see each other's phone numbers. The app interface will be available in English, Hindi, Spanish, Latin, and French, and more languages will be added later on user demand. The company also said that the conversations would be real-time and not stored anywhere.