The plan is to expand beyond businesses and to individuals in early 2014. After the feature is launched, when you call an Android user (running Android 4.4 KitKat) who doesn't have your number in his or her address book, your Google+ profile photo along with your name will be shown. But as is the case with everything that Google does with our data, the new feature is sure to make a few people feel uncomfortable. Google does allow you to remove your phone number from the service, which you should do sooner rather than later when you're likely to forget all about it.
By visiting Google.com/settings/phone, you can view all phone numbers linked to your account, and remove any of them from being discoverable by unchecking the box, If you don't currently have a phone number attached to your account, the page will display "No phone numbers associated with this setting" or something similar, It's easy, and it only takes a few seconds, What do you think about Google using your photo and strongfit designers case for apple iphone 7 plus - white/blue name with caller ID for Android devices? Are you going to leave your phone number enabled, or disable it?..
Don't want Google to use your profile photo and name as your caller ID for Android users? We don't blame you. Here's how to disable it. Making the rounds today is a report detailing Google's plans to use your verified phone number to display your name and Google+ profile photo as your caller ID. The feature comes as part of Android 4.4 KitKat's smarter caller ID, where it will display business names when a business calls you, should you not have the number stored in your address book. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.
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