Truecaller, Control How ads appear to you


Truecaller, Control How ads appear to you

    Truecaller is a popular caller identification and spam-blocking application available for smartphones. It helps users identify unknown callers, block unwanted calls, and manage communication more efficiently. Along with these features, Truecaller also displays advertisements to its users. However, the app allows you to "control how ads appear to you" through its settings. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to customize ad settings in Truecaller:

Step 1: Open the Truecaller App:

Ensure you have the Truecaller app installed on your smartphone. Open the app from your home screen or app drawer.

Step 2: Access the Settings Menu:

Once you have launched the Truecaller app, look for the three horizontal lines (hamburger menu) in the top left or right corner of the screen. Tap on it to access the main menu.

Step 3: Go to 'Settings':

In the menu, locate and tap on the "Settings" option. It might be labeled as "Settings" or represented by a gear/cog icon.

Step 4: Select 'Privacy Center':

Inside the settings menu, find and tap on the option labeled "Privacy Center." This is where you can manage your privacy and ad-related settings.

Step 5: Tap on 'Control How ads appear to you':

Within the Privacy Center, you'll find various options related to your account and data. Look for the "Control How ads appear to you" option and tap on it to proceed.

Step 6: Customize Ad Settings:

Once you've accessed the "Control How ads appear to you" section, you'll have several options to customize how ads appear to you on Truecaller. Some possible settings may include:

a. Show me relevant ads:

Toggle this option to YES or NO based on your preference. If you enable "Show me relevant ads", Truecaller will use your usage data to show you more relevant advertisements. If you disable it, you may see generic ads.

b. Get deals and promotions:

Ocasionally send me special deals and promotions (we won't spam you)

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