Truecaller has announced that it will be shutting down its call recording feature from May 11. This change has been taken soon after the announcement of the updated policy by Google. Truecaller has updated its Play Store policy restricting the access of third-party applications to the Accessibility API from May 11. It is to be noted that the first party dialer apps and Google dialer pre-installed on the phone will still allow users to record phone calls in specific regions. It is likely that Google has taken this change to provide more security to Android users and to comply with call recording laws globally.Truecaller said in a statement that call recording on Truecaller was free for all. But now Google Developers are unable to offer call recording, as per program policies. It should be noted that users who are using a smartphone running Android 10 or a newer version of Google's operating system will no longer be able to record calls using third-party apps.Let us tell you that Truecaller, one of the most popular dialer apps in India, is also used by many users to record voice calls. Call recording is, in fact, one of the most popular features of the Truecaller app in India. Truecaller has confirmed that it will no longer offer the facility to record phone calls worldwide. Truecaller said that this will not affect handsets that have built-in call recording. Some smartphone makers including Xiaomi, Samsung, OnePlus and Oppo include a built-in call recorder capability that will continue to work after May 11.