Yellowbook Launches New Android Tablet App

Uniondale, New York (PRESS RELEASE – June 7, 2011) – Yellowbook, a national leader in local search, announced the launch of a new version of its US Yellow Pages application that is designed for use on Android Tablets.  Yellowbook’s US Yellow Pages application has already registered millions of downloads on the Google Android smartphone platform.

The new Android Tablet app features map-based business listing results and users can quickly find a business by searching the business name or category or by browsing popular categories, their search history or nearby businesses.

The map-based interaction is the best way for users to quickly assess whether a particular business choice makes sense for them.  A user might need to find a florist on the way to a restaurant, or an auto repair shop close by the office, or a dry cleaner near the gym where the kids are dropped off for basketball practice.  The key decision-making factors include ease, convenience and proximity to previously scheduled events.

Yellowbook is planning future releases that will add even more functionality to the app.  The US Yellow Pages App by Yellowbook can be found in the Android Market as well as in the Appstore for Android.

About Yellowbook

Since 1930, Yellowbook has focused on connecting consumers with local business clients to fuel small business growth and success. Today, as a national leader of customized small business marketing solutions, Yellowbook manages an expansive portfolio of digital, mobile and print tools to help its clients efficiently and effectively market their businesses.

Yellowbook’s marketing portfolio includes: ChatterHub reputation management; Website design, hosting and optimization; scalable, customizable SEM and SEO programs; online advertising and video on one of the top 50 websites in the United States, network; yellow pages print advertising in approximately 1,000 directories in 48 states plus the District of Columbia; Yellowbook Direct Marketing services, and more.

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  1. If it was better than Google I would use it. I’m even making this comment from a Samsung tab

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