Updated eList Available For Download

blackberry textThe 2011 Lakewood eList version 2 is now available for download by clicking here on your mobile device.  The 2011 version includes an expanded business listing, residential updates, bug fixes, and some new features. The eList is currently available for Android, Blackberry, Palm OS, Windows Mobile and Java Enabled Mobile Phone users. The iPhone and the Palm WebOS versions are scheduled to be released later this year.

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  1. Actually, most of those “unregistered” listings weren’t there at all in last year’s version. It’s definetly a step up. Now it’s up to those businesses to support this useful application, by registering their business..

  2. to annoyed: I can’t understand you. lakewood list is probably the most used service thrughout lakewood. everyone uses it on a minute to minute basis. they provide you with all private and businesses numbers and addreses for free! instead of appreciating this service you complain that they don’t allow unregistered businesses to dial automatically. they have to support their work somehow, don’t you agree. I think we should all focus on the positive instead of complaining, and appreciate this great tool which isn’t available anywhere else to my knowledge. thank you lakewood list!

  3. I personally think that the Lakewood eList is extremely popular and is providing a great service for the Lakewood community. To that extent, there is a tremendous amount of hours and effort put in to making it as user friendly as possible. The decision this year to add the “unregistered” businesses was in order to provide a better service for the end users. Even though certain features are disabled, such as direct dial, at least all the numbers you are looking for are there! We charge a very minimal fee for a business to register and hopefully more businesses will choose to do so.
    This year we also added the Android to our list of devices. We had to decide whether to focus on the Android first or the iPhone. We chose the Android for a number of reasons. Our next projects are both the iPhone and the WebOS which we hope to release by the end of this year.
    In the meanwhile, I hope that everyone uses the list and enjoys it’s convinience.
    Please feel free to email me directly with any comments, corrections and feedback. [email protected]

    Yoel Margolese
    Business Manager
    Lionscribe Software LLC

  4. Does this mean that ALL the business listings are once again included ? I have not upgraded the List on my phone since 2009, when they removed the businesses. I am still using the 2009 list because it has all the businesses and without them the list is not that useful to me. If I have to carry the lakewood cheder directory in the car to look up half the businesses I’m just not going to use the List at all. I think disabling the direct dial is a fair tradeoff. A better option might be an annoying popup that the business is unregistered, requiring the user to hit OK before the List would direct dial.

  5. I maintain that a better business model would be to charge users a minimal fee to download a great, full access list.
    The current way no one is happy, users have a not full product, paying businesses will not be happy if users are not delighted.
    Trying to convince every single business to pay is not reliable.
    Punishing users for a business not paying is just is illogical.

  6. Why can there be a free version and a paid one the free will have no direct disal (even residential) and if a business is registered yes and a paid full featured direct dial version I would pay it the most used app on my BB Torch 🙂 also you can disable caller I’d name on the non paid version many ways to cripple and annoy people till they pay a lousy $5 or $10
    But as a side note thank you Mr. S……

  7. Can anyone out there help me? I’m running PalmOS on a Centro. I’d love to upgrade my phone – it’s been a while – but no one seems to have a more up to date phone. Any ideas?

  8. $5-$10 is a fair price, however, the paid businesses would suffer less exposure since those not paying will tend to not use a half functional product so in a sense the List may end up with less overall exposure, shooting itself in the foot. In theory, it would be fair to charge for some enhanced functionality though.

  9. “Lookout” app on android says it’s safe. Have used e-list since day one, great application. One caveat and I told Yoel, on the Android the blue letters on the black background are impossible – also the font is too small. Other than that this is a must have.

  10. The LakewoodList is an enormously usefel. I find myself using it and relying on it constantly. I almost only patronize businesses that are listed there, simply because that is how I find the business I need. I’ve always thought to myself that for a business owner not be on the list is really foolish, as I’m sure they are losing lots of potential customers like me. So thank you to the Lakewood list people – great invention!!

  11. i wld like publicly to thank the lakewood list for making the price so so affordable for such a great and valuble thing may u hv only brochos

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