Apple iPhone seems to be in great demand because of its daily appearance in the news. mobilePeople’s award winning liquid mobile search platform has announced their support for iPhone, offering a user interface that is developed for the Safari browser to look for Yellow Pages, White Pages and other content published using the liquid platform.
It also provides wide range of functionality such as a click to call option, the ability to get directions to a desired address, save any business search to contacts, the capability to send results to a friend and the function to see results on a map.
Jens Andersen, CEO and co-founder of mobilePeople stated, “The fact that so many US mobile users are using their iPhones to surf the web is a wake-up call to directory publishers who haven’t yet got to grips with the handset’s monetisation opportunities. With liquid now available on the iPhone, this is too good an opportunity to miss. The web is an integral part of the iPhone experience; mobilePeople is commited to ensuring that great local search functionality is a part of that iPhone experience.”
iPhone users will experience fast and cheap local search experience with less data traffic. Moreover, mobilePeople will also unveil a client based mobile local search for iPhone by using Apple’s recently announced iPhone software development kit (SDK.)
The mobile search solution from mobilePeople is available on many mobile phones, platforms and operating system. And the liquid is compatible with Java, Symbian, Windows mobile, Blackberry, iPhone, imode, mobile carrier specific markup languages and Brew. In context to mobile phones, the liquid runs on Nokia, Sony Ericsson, Samsung, Motorola, Blackberry, iPhone, LG, NEC, HTC among others handsets.