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Google Search Now Makes It Even Easier To Find The Right Restaurant In Your Price Range And Area

Google Search Now Makes It Even Easier To Find The Right Restaurant In Your Price Range And Area

Ever since Google Now became a thing, I've used the hell out of Google search on my phone. Need to find a gas station? "Ok Google, where's the closest gas station?" Trying to find someplace I've never been before? "OK Google, navigate to <address>." You know, common stuff that just makes sense.

Now, Google is making it easier to find a restaurant near you, which includes a new "filter" option that lets the user define certain criteria, like price, rating, hours, and type of cuisine.

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Google Searches Now Display Interactive Restaurant Menus Within Search Results In The US

Google Searches Now Display Interactive Restaurant Menus Within Search Results In The US

Searching for a restaurant that can satisfy everyone's culinary preferences isn't particularly easy on a smartphone's data connection. The process typically involves searching for a specific website, hoping there's a mobile version (nope), and searching around for a menu. Now Google's rolling out a feature in the US that should streamline things a bit. Just search Google for the menu and watch it appear as the top result.

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[New App] Foodler Online Delivery Service Comes To Android, But Depending On Where You Live, There Isn't Much To Eat

[New App] Foodler Online Delivery Service Comes To Android, But Depending On Where You Live, There Isn't Much To Eat

Anyone looking to have food delivered to their doorstep has plenty of options these days, and you don't have to fire up Yelp (or dial a phone number, psh) to do so. Foodler is another online delivery service that has made its way over to Android. The app connects you to local restaurants, some of which may not deliver on their own, and might just save you money in the process.

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[New App] Postmates Lets You Get Deliveries From Any Restaurant Or Grocer In Supported Cities (San Francisco, NYC, Seattle, And Washington DC)

[New App] Postmates Lets You Get Deliveries From Any Restaurant Or Grocer In Supported Cities (San Francisco, NYC, Seattle, And Washington DC)

You know what sucks? The outdoors. All those people, the light, the strange sounds – no thanks. But you can only subsist on delivery food for so long. Postmates is a service that promises deliveries of just about anything you want, and there's a new Android app to go with the service. The catch is that you can only use Postmates in San Francisco, New York City, Seattle, and Washington DC for the time being.

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Yelp Update Introduces New Nearby Page, Puts Stronger Emphasis On Local Goings-On, Adds In-App Delivery/Pickup Ordering [Updated]

Yelp Update Introduces New Nearby Page, Puts Stronger Emphasis On Local Goings-On, Adds In-App Delivery/Pickup Ordering [Updated]

What do you do when you arrive in a new city and want to know what to do? I'm sure there are plenty of possible answers, but the correct one is to fire up Yelp. In the US, it's just hard to find a competing platform that offers the sheer depth and functionality that the service offers. Yelp displays discounts, allows user to make reservations, has Open Table integration, and - my personal favorite - gives quick access to addresses.

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GrubHub And Seamless Merge In Hopes Of Expanding Mobile Takeout To New Markets

GrubHub And Seamless Merge In Hopes Of Expanding Mobile Takeout To New Markets

GrubHub and Seamless are merging into a single company intent on bringing more customers to more restaurants, or more food to more customers, depending on your perspective. For those who have never heard of either company, they both allow mobile shoppers to avoid holding their phones to their ears to order takeout by using mobile apps on their phones instead. It's a popular concept, as evidenced by the roughly $875 million in gross food sales the two companies facilitated last year.

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