Yellow Pages
Yellow Pages
2.1

1.5

Yellow Pages free download for Mac

Yellow Pages2.1

25 April 2014

Local mobile search application.

Overview

Yellow Pageslets you find what you want with ease. This is the one and only YellowPages, leader in local mobile search. You know it's all about data, and we are the best.

Millions can't be wrong. Collectively, over sixty million listings are served monthly to our devoted users.

Features:

  • Location auto detect
  • Customize your location
  • Results are displayed sorted by distance from where you are
  • Add business info to your Contacts
  • Easy shortcuts for most commonly used search terms like Pizza, Auto Services, Doctors, Restaurants, etc.
  • When available, business ratings, website, etc.
  • Save favorites
  • Track history

What's new in Yellow Pages

Version 2.1:
  • Ability to view user reviews of businesses
  • Ability to clear search history
  • Peformance Enhancements
  • Stability enhancements

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How would you rate Yellow Pages app?

4 Reviews of Yellow Pages

Penguirl
05 May 2011
Version: 1.1.2

Most helpful

This app popped up in my RSS reader (NNW by the way) and immediately I knew it was going to be an App Store app before I even loaded the MU page. Yep, another one bites the dust.
(2)
Archiethearchiver
24 June 2011
Version: 2.0.1
I wish they would state what regions of the world this app applies to! It is certainly not available in Canada! blah!
(0)
1.5
Nealnt
22 June 2011
Version: 2.0
This app has potential but is very incomplete. It could not find the largest supermarket near me. It could not find myself. Whitepages.con did a much better job.
(0)
Penguirl
05 May 2011
Version: 1.1.2
I do miss the old paper phone books, in some cases they were better at finding exactly what you were looking for. Too bad this isn't a replacement that I will use.
(2)
Penguirl
05 May 2011
Version: 1.1.2
This app popped up in my RSS reader (NNW by the way) and immediately I knew it was going to be an App Store app before I even loaded the MU page. Yep, another one bites the dust.
(2)