Truecaller received a funding of USD 60 million (over Rs 368 crore) from a group of investors, including Atomico and Sequoia Capital in October.

The company will use the Series C round of financing to fuel product development, hire new talent and expand the company's global footprint, including in its largest market India.

"We have over 200,000 new users joining daily and almost half of this are from India. About 40 million of our userbase is from India. The number of smartphone users is growing strongly here," TrueCaller chief executive officer and co-founder Alan Mamedi had said.

He added that looking at the importance of the Indian market, the company had set up an office here last year.

"We will add 3-5 people more at the office in Gurgaon," he had said.

Truecaller also runs another app, Truedialer, to offer users details of a person before the outgoing call is connected. Launched in October, Truedialer already has more than two million users.