Redwood Shores, CA (PRWEB) December 15, 2011
Inflection, an innovative and industry-leading people search startup, has today announced the release of Numbers+ for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Built to streamline and simplify exchanging contact information with others, Numbers+ utilizes a secure database of contact records to circumvent the typically tedious process of adding new contacts. Users simply write in their new contact's name or number and the app does the rest, retrieving full contact profiles in seconds! No more typing in names, numbers, and extra information. Numbers+ is currently available as a free download on the Apple App Store in the Social Networking and Utilities categories.
Numbers+ is a virtual global Rolodex. The app offers unique value: users can input the phone number or name of their prospective contacts and the app shows name and number suggestions. Users simply click on their new contact's name from a list of possibilities, automatically downloading the info to their local contact list. No more misspelled names or wasted time spent typing in information one letter and symbol at a time. Plus, because the app stores contacts online as well as on the user's device, it doubles as a seamless contact-backup solution!
Numbers+ also streamlines the way its users share contact information. Users can send their full contact information in an elegant e-business card, instead of going analog and writing it or, worse yet, yelling it one letter and number at a time into their new friend's ear. Numbers+ offers a simple solution; one that ensures that users spend less time filling in contact info and more time actually connecting with the new people they meet.
For more information, or to download the app, visit http://www.numbersplus.com.
Inflection is a data and e-commerce company headquartered in the heart of Silicon Valley. The company owns and operates Archives.com and PeopleSmart.com, emerging leaders in the family history and people search markets. Inflection was founded in 2006, and is funded by tier one venture capitalists Matrix Partners and Sutter Hill Ventures.