In today’s updated blog post, the Google phone app is about to get a new feature called verified calls. Enterprises mainly contact new and old users by telephone, and users usually do not choose to answer the calls when they receive calls from unknown numbers. < / P > < p > verified calls solves this problem. Users can know the caller’s name, trademark, the reason for the call, and a verification symbol, indicating that the company has passed Google’s certification. Google has been testing verified calls for months and the early results are positive. < / P > < p > for example, if a bank calls users to remind them that there may be fraudulent transactions, they can increase the response rate by explaining the reason for the call. Food distribution or logistics companies can do the same to ensure that customers can receive their goods. Verified calls has now been launched in the United States, Mexico, Brazil, Spain and India, and will be launched in more countries in the future. Brand and channel partners can go to Google’s website for business verification. More Samsung devices can now run Android applications on PC through your phone