Google’s Phone app was earlier available only on Pixel and Android One devices, but Google started expanding it to all Android smartphones last year. The app is getting a new feature called “Caller ID Announcement,” which will announce the name and number of the caller just like the Truecaller app shows callers’ details, as reported by 9to5 Google. Using the Google Phone app, you can get the new feature by updating it to the latest version.
As per the report, to enable the feature, users need to open the Google Phone app> Settings> Caller ID announcement. The “Caller ID announcement” feature is disabled by default.
Users will get three options to choose from: Always, Only when using a headset, and Never. So whenever the phone rings (according to the settings you’ve chosen), the app will announce who is calling.
This feature will help users ditch unwanted calls, especially visually impaired users.