Anonymous, 20 May 2016They have money to spend. Question is, why do you even bother?Sounds like a salty fanboy using an OS that no one else uses.
Just you wait guys, in 2-3 years WP will be almost as good as Android 2.3!
Wow, microsoft is progressing... a new W10 feature per year... New flagship device once per 5 years... Just pull the plug microsoft, don't bother.
Didn't realize it wasn't native already. I've blocked plenty of numbers and didn't think I'd downloaded an app for it..
justinbarber, 20 May 2016but where are the windows phones first?Windows Phones Is Here Bro........ Windows 10 Not Huge Like Android But There Users R India, China, Pakistan Russia Where Many Still Using Lumia 520, 630, 1320, Etc........ In Every 20 Smart Phone Users U Will Find 3 Users Of Windows......... They R Earning Profit Through Advertisements....... They Loss The Market Hugely But They R Getting Profits That's The Reason They R Still In OS Competition.......... More Than 400,000 Applications In Windows Phone Store Right Now :)
Nice of Microsoft to jump on board on a feature that's been widely available in android land for quite some time.
W10 mobile is a brilliant OS, but still needs some polishing around the edges. This kind of feature for me is nice to have but not really a big deal. TrueCaller is available, although the W10 version lags behind Android version by some margin - hopefully that will improve over time. Hopefully Microsoft will open up the OS a little bit to allow an app like TrueCaller to have more control over OS level functionality like call blocking.