San Francisco, CA (PressExposure) April 03, 2009 -- Loo-Lee.com, the world phone book for mobile phone numbers, is adding new features daily, and is well on the way to becoming a leading social network. Committed to developing additional features that will make the site more useful, their users will soon be able to download cell numbers from the site to their mobile phones. Their idea is to enable users to search for contact information and manage their contact lists, all on one site. Users can create groups in which group members share their contact information with one another.
Loo-Lee, created by Lior Nuchi, Gal Samuel and Justin McGill is going to consolidate the cell phone directory for the world, and a comprehensive directory of relevant contact information, such as email and IM addresses, all on one site. A link to Google Translate is conveniently provided on the site so that users may view all information in their native language. Loo-Lee is dedicated to protecting your privacy at the highest level. They will not share, rent, sell or otherwise disclose any personal data without express permission.
Loo-Lee is absolutely free to join. However, by purchasing additional profile upgrades users will have access to additional content such as business profiles, group ownership abilities and more.
Businesses will be able to list their relevant contact information for existing and potential customers and post a description of their businesses. They will also be able to use Loo-Lee.com to manage their relationships with their customers by providing them with scheduling information, promotions and similar CRM features.
All registered businesses will be able to post and share their mobile number on the site and decide who gets to see it, whether it is everyone, only registered users, or only contacts that you have specifically listed. They will also be able to post a business listing in the Business section, create groups, and invite others to join in the Groups section.
Committed to developing additional features that will make the site more useful, their users will soon be able to download cell numbers from the site to their mobile phones. Upcoming features to the site will also include tutorials, as well as contact importing and referring through Gmail, Yahoo, and Outlook. Those who wish to register their friends will also be able to do so. There are further updates planned, including a provision for group message boards and photo sharing.