What is Everybody and what and what's it for?
Everybody is the first genuinely intelligent assistant designed to identify incoming calls. Everytime
you receive a text or a call from an unknown number, Everybody will use all it's power to assess who
that might be.
How does Everybody work?
It learns from many sources and creates its own (much more reliable) knowledge in the process. It learns
from internet and from its users' contacts and profiles, basically - wisdom of the crowd. It never uses
data "as is" – instead it forms its own opinion on how to tag each number.
How to begin your Everybody adventure?
The next step is creating your personal profile (name, place of employment and phone number). You can also import your
user data from your Facebook profile or skip that step entirely, so you can update the information at a later time using the "Profile" tab.
Why should I update my user data and who will have access to them?
It's optional. You don't have to. Everybody just politely give you the option to tell who you are by yourself.
What can I find in the "My contacts" tab?
It's contacts from your phonebook - enhanced with profile pictures and somewhat more data.
Also sorted by relevance, which enable you to search faster & better (if you have large phonebook).
What does the "Business" tab stand for and what do I use it for?
The "Business" tab stores contact information about nearby venues - stores, restaurants, bureaus,
offices and other facilities. Maybe you will need to know where to find the nearest bank, for instance.
What use do I have of the "Recent" tab?
At your Android phone you can find the list of calls you recently made in the "Recent" tab.
iPhone has 'History' instead that give you log of contacts that you share or call via Everybody app.
Thanks to this simple and practical solution you can easily find people with whom you've had been in contact with recently.
Why does the app require access to my contact list?
Everybody train it's AI assistant by looking in contacts of all it's users. It doesn't
show that contacts to anyone else, instead it uses it to make an intelligent opinion on
who is who. Also, it's optional. If you don't feel comfortable about it, you don't have
to give app that permission. You will still be able to use the app, most of the features at least.
Why does the app require information about my location?
If you grant Everybody access to your location, the app will be able to provide you a detailed
list of venues (banks, drugstores, restaurants, cinemas etc.) in your immediate vicinity.
What is the "Delete account" button for?
You can find the "Delete account" button in the "Profile" tab.
Delete account reset app to virgin state and delete your profile and user ID on app servers.
I want to delete my data from Everybody’s database. What should I do?
To delete your data from our database, go to www.evrbd.com,
type your phone number and click "delete". You will receive an authentication
code some few minutes later. Paste the code in the appropriate field.
After that every time you call someone who doesn't have your name on their
list - and that someone is an Everybody user - you will be listed as "hidden by number owner".