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Use Reverse Phone Lookup on Your Verizon iPhone

Posted on February 16, 2012



Smartphones make it easy to access data from the road, and now that Apple makes iPhones for Verizon users, even more people have access to the tools that make it possible to get useful information on the go. Need a map? Just look your directions up on the smart device's map application. If you want to make a restaurant reservation, you can use the OpenTable.com app to arrange them from your car. Yelp.com lets you know what to expect before you ever walk through the restaurant door.

Have you ever avoided a ringing cell device just because Caller ID wasn't announcing the call? Many smart devices makes it possible to look that unfamiliar number up on the spot. Within seconds, you can use a reverse number directory to figure out who is calling. Suddenly you have that custom Verizon reverse cell directory you've always craved and can easily perform a Verizon reverse call lookup.

But using the iPhone's Safari browser to get to a good reverse call lookup site takes time. Wouldn't it be nice if you could get to that site with one tap of a button?

Now you can.

Follow these easy steps to add a website bookmark to your Verizon iPhone's home screen. With one tap, you can be directed straight to the website that makes Verizon reverse number lookups easy. And this tip isn't just related to reverse cell number search websites. You can save time by applying this technique to all of your frequently used sites.

How to add a web page to your home screen:

  1. Using Safari, navigate to freephonetracer.com. This helpful site performs Verizon reverse data lookups and can even function as a free Verizon cell data directory.
  2. Tap the "Action" icon at the bottom of the screen. It is the square icon that has the arrow coming out of it.
  3. From the list of options, tap "Add to Home Screen."
  4. Name the icon "Verizon Lookup."
  5. Voila! Freephonetracer.com is now on your home page. It looks--and functions--just like an app. Tap it and go directly to the cell number entry screen.
Want to make things even easer? Avoid manually typing in mobile numbers by copying and pasting the mobile number from your Recent Calls list directly into the reverse number directory search box.

Here's how:

  1. Go to the telephone icon, and tap the arrow that is next to the data on your Recent Calls list.
  2. Tap "Create a New Contact," and then tap twice to the right of the cell digits. When the selection menu appears, tap on "Select All."
  3. Copy the text.
  4. Close out of your smart application, click on the Verizon Reverse Phone Lookup bookmark you just created, and double tap to get the Paste menu.
  5. Select "Paste," and paste the new number directly into the dialogue box. There's no need to type a mobile number in at all!
Adding freephonetracer.com's free Verizon reverse number lookup to your iPhone's home screen is easy; combining it with the mobile device's cut and paste feature makes looking up an unfamiliar number a breeze.

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