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Yellow Pages iPhone App Gets Voice Search

YPMobile Now More Convenient to Use

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Voice search is one of the more convenient features of phones these days (at least when it works). AT&T Interactive has launched the latest version of its Yellow Pages app YPMobile, and it comes with voice search, which should make the app a great deal more useful.

"As mobile consumers increasingly rely on their mobile device to find and immediately use local information, we are focused on integrating new features to help users easily navigate their everyday lives," says David Williams, vice president of mobile product management at AT&T Interactive. "The addition of voice search complements the text-based local search experience by expanding the situations in which users can use the YPmobile App, making finding nearby businesses even easier."

Yellow Pages app for iPhone YPMobile gets voice search

In addition to Voice Search, the app also comes equipped with new map-based search functionality, and integration with Facebook and Twitter – users can broadcast their newly-discovered "hot spots." Given the popularity location sharing is attracting these days, some may go for this.

The app is available for free at Apple’s App Store.

Recently AT&T Interactive also made its Buzz.com social local search product available to the public. Read my interview with the company about that here.

Yellow Pages iPhone App Gets Voice Search
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    Funny how the use of yellow page phone book is less, but their online prowess is great at helping local businesses getting in front of eyeballs. Guess you can’t count them out. This useful mobile app is a neat way to find that local carpet Woodinville installers or epoxy paint store.

  • http://priorityresults.com/blog/author/jlarranaga/ Jlarranaga

    My kids showed me the txt search engine CHA CHA. Just txt your question and you get a pretty quick response, probably by a human search engine. It’s very convenient.

    As for yellow pages, I think search engines are killing them. Read my blog post about how the industry is getting hit:

    http://priorityresults.com/blog/good-seo-better-than-yellow-pages/

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