The functionality of Libya Mobile Lookup is based on three databases:
1) The widely available Libyana Mobile Phones Database.
2) The widely available Al-Madar Mobile Phones Database.
3) A Custom Database which is regularly updated with input from the app users (when they agree to share and upload their own contacts).
When you use the app to search for a specific number, the application will check the three aforementioned databases for this number. The name with the highest accuracy and most repetitions across the databases is displayed to you in the app.
This happens when the number is registered under a certain name in the official phone company's records, but the number is associated with a different name in the contacts of several users (see previous point).
No. When you first install the app, it will request access to your device's ID, Contacts and Internet Access, all of which are essential for the search functionality of the app, and (upon your approval) would be used to help update the Custom Dynamic database of the application. The app cannot access anything else on your device. Your private data such as pictures, messages and anything else are completely secure as far as Libya Mobile Lookup is concerned.
Yes. As of version 1.0.7, you can keep your contacts private by simply enetring the app's settings menu and disabling the option to upload your contacts to the application's database.
No. Libya Mobile Lookup is not affiliated with anu government or non-government organization, and has no purpose other than those clearly stated in the app's description.
The iPhone version of the app is under development. We will make an announcement once it is ready for release.
Green means the displayed result is very accurate.
Orange means the displayed result is reasonably accurate.
Red means the displayed result is questionable, it may or may not be accurate.
When the "Loose Mode" is activated, the app will not require the repetition of a name in order for it to be considred as an acceptable search result. (i.e. it will display a name associated with the number in question even if it was only shared by one user).
The application regards different spellings of the same name as completely different names (e.g. "Ahmed" is not the same as "Ahmad", although they may be both referring to the same person). You can relax the behaviour of the application using the "Spelling Mistakes Tolerance" option (i.e. if you increase its value, then the application will consider "Ahmed" and "Ahmad" to be the same name)
The Premium Mode enables extra features not available to the Normal Mode, like displaying all the names associated with the number in question. Also, you may remove Ads.