Here is a mobile app that is touted to be India's first mobile directory

Wednesday, 11 June 2014 - 3:01pm IST | Place: Pune | Agency: dna

Pune: Considering how telephone directories have gone extinct, everything these days seems to be replicated on the technological platform. The city's Prominds Mobitech on Wednesday launched an Android mobile application dubbed MYsearch, which enables the user to search of number with voice recognisation.
The user-friendly app has a huge database that has been checked and verified by experts.
"MYSearch aims to give verified, location-based information and services to users, which they need the most," explained Rajeev Manjrekar, co-founder and director, Prominds Mobitech Private Limited. The app has a comprehensive list of all organised businesses and services.
He further said, "Right from prominent landmarks of the city, to the smaller and lesser known identities, complete with ratings and reviews, the app knows it all."
At present, the app has been launched in Pune and Hyderabad. They plan to diversify to eight other cities, over the next few months.
Users can search business contacts as well as personal directories — so you can look up friends and relatives, alongside emergency contact numbers and list of blood donors.
For better security, the organisation is working on making the user profile 'private'. "The app will be updated in a fortnight. We have included a 'hide and unhide' option, which will offer better security to the user," Manjrekar added.

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