Tag Archives: phone search
Who Called Me for Android Launched
We’re proud to announce the official launch of Who Called Me for Android users. For the price of FREE, we provide a super simple shortcut to identify missed called and unwanted telemarketers. Check it out, we await your feedback! https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.reverseaustralia.android.whocalledme
Reverse Australia hits the 5,000 “Like” milestone!
Thanks everyone for supporting our service. If you think we can do something better, tell us! We’ve got a lot of exciting updates coming this year, and should be expanding into multiple countries soon. We’re now up to 157 developer keys issued, … Continue reading
Australian Residential Database February 2012 Update
We are glad to announce that we are in the middle of our first update of 2012. Address data might be missing for the next couple of days while everything syncs up. We’ll keep you updated! 148,042 new phone numbers 49,745 new … Continue reading
Australian Business Database August 2011 Update
We are glad to announce we’re in the middle of our August 2011 business update. Here is what the latest update brings: 51,120 new phone numbers 20,081 new mobile numbers 2,274,858 total mobile numbers 15,035,056 total phone numbers Happy reverse searching!
Historical Australian Residential Database July 2009 Update
Since we started our site at the end of 2010, we’ve been searching for data to fill our database, the oldest of our data being from 1999. Our previous 2009 data source wasn’t the most time accurate, so we’ve been … Continue reading
Reverse Address Searches (Beta)
We’ve had quite a few requests to be able to make reverse address lookups, but due to a business decision, we have thus far decided not to make this a feature, until now… What we want is for you, the … Continue reading
Greypages and a history of reverse phone searches in Australia
The concept of reverse phone lookups is not new to Australia. There have been number of reverse directories floating around since the 90′s in various forms. These directories have been known as the black pages, green pages, grey pages, DTMS, … Continue reading