Great app! Could use some killer features First of all: GREAT APP, and great name. I did a google search for "who was that" to find a phone number reverse lookup app. Yours obviously came up. Second, it would be killer if it interfaced with my history so the app could show the info of people who just called, rather than having to type in a phone number. Do this but only for phone numbers that show up as unknown caller.
Works great! So far, every # I looked up - cells & landlines, it immediately gave the carrier, city & even an approximate map. I noticed no individual names were given, but did give names of businesses. Privacy laws are observed, though would have liked more info, so, googled the business name & got needed info. Recommend.
Misnamed and not terribly useful as an app Having to type in a number to find the switch or carrier info can be done on the web already, no big deal. On a mobile phone it would appear to be intuitive to provide the information for calls that arrive by selecting a number from the call history or the contacts. The application doesn't actually tell who called, so its name is misleading. It just provides CLEC or carrier and rate center information. Seems this app functions to drive website traffic to their site, which is very good, btw.
Love the website, but bad app Typed in a phone number and hit search, but nothing happened. Also agree on the bad app name, but I knew the intended purpose before installing.
Telcodata at a single click. Great little Android front-end to telcodata.us. A must have for phone nerds everywhere!
Razr - doesnt work Search button/functionality broken on the Motorola Razr anyway. Great site, poor app.
1.2.5 drops the geolocation privilege, as it's unused
Allows you to submit using the enter key
Clarified descriptions on wireless carriers
Added additional fields that will be populated by server side at a later date