GETIT launches mobile app with Mobango

Telecom Lead India: GETIT Infoservices, a provider of
local search and free classifieds in India and Mobango, an
independent app store, announced the launch of GETIT local search mobile
app for Indian users with Mobango App Store.


The GETIT Mobile app offers a simple, convenient and
intuitive solution to find local businesses and service providers from GETIT’s
India business listings. 


Using GPS on users’ mobile, GETIT mobile app enables
users to search for restaurants, hotels, real estate, Taxi/Cab services, repair
works, etc. Consumers can access information anytime and anywhere on their
phones across all mobile platforms such as Blackberry, Android, Nokia, Java and


App Auto detects users current location using GPS,
provides links to top/popular categories, refines users search based on
attributes and location, shows interactive map with directions, provides click
to call feature,  shares business contacts via email & SMS and a lot

Mobango is a popular cross platform application store in India, we are excited
to be partnering with Mobango to bring localized information via a convenient
mobile app to our users,” said  Sidharth Gupta, CEO GETIT


Mobango community has nearly 8 million registered users,
and over 1.5 million pieces of content, optimized for over 2,000 phones. 


GETIT’s Mobile App provides the benefit of local search
and listing services to its users.  Combining GPS capabilities, users
of this app get relevant local services available to them,” said Badri
Sanjeevi, COO at Mobango.


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