Good Food Guide Iphone


Lovers of good food everywhere in the UK have been depending on the Good Food Guide for nearly sixty years now, to guide them in their quest to find the best places to eat.  Moving along with the age of mobile technology, the Good Food Guide has now launched an iPhone application that will make it even easier for people to locate the best restaurants no matter where they are in the UK.  The new app will also allow iPhone users to provide valuable feedback on each of their dining experiences.

This exciting new app uses the iPhone’s highly advanced GPS technology to determine the user’s location anywhere in the UK, and then finds and lists all of the restaurants that are relative to that particular location.  IPhone users will now be able to use the Good Food Guide while they are on the move, to quickly find the best dining establishments and choose whether they would like them to be sorted according to cost, type of cuisine, distance away or by the restaurant’s Good Food Guide Rating.  Once users have selected a restaurant, they can call them for reservations, visit the restaurant’s website or use Google Maps to get directions.

The app can also be used to email or tweet others about the restaurant as well as send feedback to the Good Food Guide.  The Guide plans to use the consumer feedback gathered by the app to update future editions to help keep information current.

According to Elizabeth Carter, The Good Food Guide’s Consultant Editor, the launch of the new app marks another important milestone in the history of the Guide as its 60th birthday draws near.  Whether food lovers are looking for a fine dining establishment or a pub with good prices, they are going to find the new iPhone app absolutely indispensable as well as an exceptional value for the money.

The Good Food Guide iPhone app is going to be priced at 59p for a limited time.  It can be found in the iTunes app store .  The new iPhone app is complete; it is not a shortened version of the Guide.  Like the printed version of the Good Food Guide, the app contains more than 1200 restaurant reviews, and users of the app will have full access to all of the reviews.


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  • Iain 17 December, 11:25 am

    I have only had an iPhone 4 for a week and bought this App for £4.99 last night.

    When I tried to use it today it only displayed one word in the centre of a white screen and froze the phone. I had to delete it.

    A waste of £4.99.

    My advice, spend your money on a good meal from a restaurant you find yourself.

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