Nimbuzz has announced addition of a new feature called Hoodle to its call management platform, Holaa!. This addition comes in less than 6 weeks of the application’s launch.  Originally Holaa!, a multi-faceted call management platform could identify unknown caller’s name as well as present  the callers photo and location during an incoming call live. With the addition of Hoodle, users can now understand their calling behaviour.

Hoodle understands your calling behaviour and profiles you as ‘Smooth Talker,’ ‘Chatter Box’ and more basis time spent on the phone. It maps the time between two calls and basis past record lets you know the exact time when you are least active on the phone. The feature also maps your favourite friends or relatives basis the time you have spent speaking to them. Based on the user’s calling history Holaa also reminds you to call your connections at pre-determined times.  For example, if you regularly call a certain friend at 7 PM every Friday, it prompts you to do just that. Of course, you can also set manual reminders.


Holaa was formally launched just 6 weeks ago and has been getting phenomenal user traction. The application identifies unknown callers and spammers. It also allows you to block pesky incoming calls. You can even search people’s names based on their phone numbers. It has garnered tremendous success across the world with new users getting onto the platform every single minute. With new phone numbers being added every second, the effectiveness of Holaa is increasing multiple fold. The application has already seen over 6 million unknown number searches and over 18 million sessions. With the cool new feature Hoodle, users will find it easier to identify the connections they most frequently called.

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