San Francisco, CA (PressExposure) December 19, 2008 -- Loo-Lee.com is the first online cell phone directory to allow users to keep track of mobile phone numbers, email addresses, and IM contacts, and screen names. Stored information is then available for searching for all users.
The company has a âdo it onceâ mentality â you should only have to enter in information once in order to have access to it everywhere. From cellphones to Facebook applications, email to Google Chat, the service collects and stores contact information in a searchable database. Content can be served from the database to whatever platform the user wants. In the coming months they'll be rolling out multiple supporting applications; for instance the ability to download Facebook contacts to your cellphone, or send photos to your IM contacts.
This is an opt-in service with strict privacy controls. Loo-Lee does not sell contact information. Users can also specify which categories of users will be able to access their personal contact information. Currently there are three tiers of access: My Contacts, All Members, and Public. They can also create groups and lists for contact sharing, as in a company directory.
Businesses can list cellular phone or IM contact information in addition to advertising their services. They can also use the Loo-Lee site to manage their customer relationships.
Key features of Loo-Lee's service include:
â¢ Search: Find mobile phone numbers not listed in traditional phone directories â¢ Single Entry: Once a user enters someone's contact information, that information will all be available in a single place, able to be served onto differing platforms â¢ Speed: The database is continuously optimized for the fastest possible searches
Loo-Lee was created by web application developer Gal Samuel, Justin McGill of the internet marketing firm Novel Concept Studio, and legal counsel Lior Nuchi.
Those interested in learning more about Loo-Lee can visit http://loo-lee.com.