YPG Mobile App Sees 1 Million Installs

Canada’s Yellow Pages Group announced that it had passed 1 million downloads of its smartphone application:

Yellow Pages Group (YPG) marked a key milestone in its accelerated digital transformation as it delivered its quarterly results today. On the heels of a new brand identity, a heightened focus on digital innovation and recent upgrade of its YellowPages.ca mobile application, the Company announced the YellowPages.ca mobile app has achieved its first million downloads on smart phones . . .

Beyond the million users of the YellowPages.ca app, YPG also serves hundreds of thousands of people through its other mobile apps including Urbanizer (mood-based local search) and RedFlagDeals (coupons and offers), as well as through its mobile web service at mobile.yp.ca for mobile users without a smart phone.


3 Responses to “YPG Mobile App Sees 1 Million Installs”

  1. Bob Says:

    Just bought an Ipad and downloaded the yellowpages.ca app. I have got to say that this app is extreme! As in extremely good. I was blown away by how easy it is to use and also how much better it is than either the Poynt or googlemaps app, who both incidentally use Yellow Pages Group in canada to power their own apps. Truly a worldclass app in Canada.

  2. Shockwave Oyunlari Says:

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