2.0 Launches at MacWorld

By Telnic Limited, PRNE
Monday, February 8, 2010

Buy and Manage Your .tel Name From Your iPhone or iPod Touch

SAN FRANCISCO, February 9 - Telnic (, the organization behind the award-winning
.tel names, today announced at MacWorld San Francisco that 2.0, the
management app for .tel names, is now available for the iPhone and iPod

A .tel name is the only domain that can be set up and run entirely from
an iPhone or iPod Touch. It acts as a single point of contact accessible from
any internet-connected device, and the data remains under the control and
ownership of the .tel name owner.

New features include:

    - A completely new navigation interface
    - Support for multiple accounts with multiple domains each
    - Support for all the latest .tel features (editing the domain title,
      long labels, etc)
    - Intuitive profile handling
    - Fully rewritten keywords management with editing
    - Support for new custom records and keywords
    - A new mapping interface
    - Significantly improved speed and less network data
    - Link to purchase a .tel name on the iPhone (provided by third party app

"With 2.0, .tel name owners with iPhones can manage their contact
information in real time, changing and displaying only the appropriate
contact information that they want people to use at that time," said Henri
, CTO and Chief Strategist at Telnic. "With the popularity of
location-based services, they can also set their location and update their
status so that friends and colleagues can easily see where they are, either
from a browser or using the Superbook iPhone app, without having to subscribe
to any other services."

Superbook, which like is open source and free to download, also
provides the ability for iPhone owners to look up .tel names and, with one
click, call, email or save all of the current information to new or existing
contacts. They can also see the locations of contacts on a map or view how
far away they are from them, as well as which time zone they are in, thus
avoiding calls at inappropriate times.

For more information about .tel names, please visit or
visit Telnic at MacWorld 2010 on the Mobile Applications Showcase at Booth
#1366, Kiosk #4.

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