GoodFood by Goodrec is the best way to find great places to eat! See what other users like you love. Make quick thumbs up or down recommendations for a restaurant, and add a quick tip to briefly say what makes the restaurant great.
CNN Travel named GoodFood one of "Five Apps You’ll Want to Pack” when traveling
CNET called it the "Twitter of user reviews"
+ Launch an interactive map of your location with restaurant recommendations nearby
+ Zoom and pan, just like with Google maps, to find a restaurant where you want to go out
+ Narrow down your choices quickly based on cuisine, price or what your friends recommend
+ Connect with Facebook to make, share and remember recommendations with your friends.
+ Make recommendations using your real name, or just your initials.
+ Add restaurants photos in seconds.
+ Remember restaurants by creating a "Want to Go" list. These will always appear first and in bright blue when you look at the map
+ Restaurants change quickly: Be the first to add new restaurants or mark a place as closed right from the app
+ Can't decide where to eat? Shake your iPhone on our map view for a recommendation. Keep shaking until you find something you like!
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Mon, 02 Mar 2009 21:06:22 GMT
Smartphones to go: Apps you'll want to pack
GoodFood -- No longer do you have to depend on your taxi driver to get a good recommendation of where to eat. Once you arrive at your destination, check out GoodFood by GoodRec for nearby restaurants and user reviews. Zoom in on the Google powered ...
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Wed, 05 May 2010 21:27:53 GMT
Mihir Shah of Mob.ly on Why Groupon Bought His Company
Goodrec is still operational — there's also a restaurant recommendation spinoff GoodFood app — but shortly after the product launched, Mob.ly moved its focus to helping other companies build mobile applications on the BlackBerry, iPhone, Android and ...
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Tue, 25 Sep 2007 10:35:53 GMT
Urbanspoon: Restaurant Reviews Coming To A City Near You
Technology has advanced a bit since this article was written in 2007, and we think that GoodFood (by Goodrec) is a better alternative to finding local restaurants. It has a fully interactive map view like Google Maps, as well as fun and useful ways to ...