Iterate Fast and Release Often


“Iterate fast and release often” is a philosophy of software development that we embrace whole heartedly here. You may have noticed a lot of updates to Reverse Lookup the past few days, and with these updates, some genuinely funky results(but also some very good ones, we feel!).

We wanted to apologize for the issues and ensure everyone that we are tweaking to make our results as good as possible, so expect to see a few more updates this week including one today, to v3.1.5.

This version is already published to the Play Store and we highly recommend that you grab it as soon as it becomes available to you. The same update will hit for paid users later on tonight.

As always, thank you for using Reverse Lookup and please let us know if you encounter any issues.

Reverse Lookup 3.1.1 has been published


The update we tipped you off to the other day has been published. The new version is 3.1.1 and features a fix for the issue some users have experienced where most searches did not return results even though they should have.

It also introduces some cell phone data in search results. This is still experimental and may be limited in scope so please bear with us. Cell phone data is generally not publicly available but we are always working to provide as much data on these numbers as possible without violating our users’ privacy.

The update has been published as of this posting and will be available in the Play Store within a few hours.

Thanks as always,- and as always, let us know if you experience any issues.

Update incoming!


Hey everyone, just writing a quick note to let you all know that an update for Reverse Lookup and Reverse Lookup PLUS is imminent.

This is a maintenance release that solves an issue some users have had when looking up certain numbers, so it should improve results for those affected.

We expect the update to go live for everyone by Friday, if not sooner. Please let us know if you have any questions!

Reverse Lookup 3.1 BETA


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Just a super quick note to end the day – Reverse Lookup 3.1 has just been published to our beta channel on Google Play and will be available in the next few hours. This update adds several dark and light themes so you can match the app to your personal style.

If you’d like to preview this version , you can join our beta testing community here. We expect to push the update to everyone else by the end of the upcoming weekend assuming that testing looks promising.

Thanks again and enjoy!

Reverse Lookup 3.0 is live! (and more!)




If you have automatic updates turned on, you’ve probably already received it, but we just wanted to let everyone know that Reverse Lookup 3.0 is now officially available on Google Play (coming soon on Amazon).

Reverse Lookup Free:

Google Play

Reverse Lookup PLUS:

Google Play

In this version, you’ll find lots of material design elements, a few bug fixes, and a refined and rethought user experience. As usual, if you have any issues, please shoot us an email and let us know.

We’re not done yet, though – in the next version of Reverse Lookup, we’ll implement themes for those of you who prefer a lighter look. Paid users will also receive some alternate color choices in case you don’t like red. Eventually we’ll make some of the alternate color themes available to free users as well, but we’ll probably require you to unlock them somehow whereas paid users will get them right off the bat.

That’s all for now. Please enjoy your weekend and keep an eye out in the next couple weeks as we continue to update!

Living in a Material World – Reverse Lookup 3.0 Preview


Since the beginning of the year, we’ve been hard at work applying more and more polish to Reverse Lookup. We’re not quite ready to release it just yet, but we wanted to show a few screenshots of the direction we’re moving in.

In this release, as you can see, we’re bringing the app’s design up to date with a Material-inspired overhaul. Check out these screenshots for a small taste of what to expect:

reverse lookup material designreverse lookup material designThis update won’t stop with design updates though. Don’t worry – nothing is going to be drastically different, but you’re going to notice small details throughout the app that we’ve rethought for this update. We hope you’ll appreciate them as much as we think you will. We’ve also included several bug fixes and lots of internal code cleanup and optimizations. That last bit won’t affect you as a user, but it’s always helpful for us to drop as much cruft as possible.

That’s all for now. As mentioned above, this update is planned to be available within the next few weeks, so please keep your eyes open for it.

Merry Christmas! Have a free Android game!


From all of us, to all of you who celebrate, we wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Heck, for that matter, happy whatever-you-celebrate this time of year!

If you or your kids are brimming with spirit, we want you to try this little game we threw together to celebrate.

Christmas Catch on Google Play

Next year we’ll refocus on it to add lots of new content including new scenes, achievements, leaderboards, and more.. so start practicing now!

Reverse Lookup latest update


Reverse Lookup has been published to the Play Store. This is a small update which fixes a problem where some searches would not complete correctly. If the app has seemed a little wonky to you in the past couple days, you’re going to want to go grab this update in a few hours after it goes live. This update has been published for both the free and paid version of the app.

Sudoku update and Amazon availability


Sudoku fans – We’ve just updated our version of the popular puzzle game with a cleaner, friendlier UI experience.

Along with this update, we’ve also published the app to the Amazon Appstore, which means it’s available for Fire devices for the first time!

Available at amazon Sudoku on Google Play

App Updates and Plans For The Remainder of 2014


Hey everyone,

Those of you paying close attention may have noticed spotty Play Store availability on a few of our games in the past week. Long story short, we had to un-publish them until we were able to make a small tweak, and we started republishing them this weekend.

Without making this change now, we would not have been able to publish any further updates, so we decided to do it all at once, like ripping off a band-aid.

So,.. good news – by the time you’re reading this, just about everything should once again be available except for Colordu. We decided that it could use some further polishing, so we’re going to take the time and freshen it up a bit while it’s down. When it’s back up in the next couple weeks, it should look and behave a little nicer, and hopefully you’ll all check it out if you’re a fan of Sudoku games.

In the course of making this round of updates, we also made some minor aesthetic tweaks to our Classic Sudoku game – the changes are subtle, but the game should feel a lot nicer to navigate through. We are planning some more polish work on this one in the next few weeks as well, so keep your eyes peeled for that. Oh, and the game is now compatible with older devices running Android 2.3.x Gingerbread.

..And as if we weren’t busy enough, we’re nearing the end of development on our next game, which we hope to release by the end of the year. We can’t say much more about it yet, but keep your eyes open for more information when we can start to share it.

Reverse Lookup fans shouldn’t feel left out, either – we have more updates coming for you too, including the beginning of our implementation of Google’s Material Design Guidelines.

Thanks again for checking out our apps, and stay tuned for more updates soon!