Cocoafish launches Dishfinders v2.0 for a more social restaurant rating experience

Cocoafish launches Dishfinders v2.0 for a more social restaurant rating experience

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Eating out at restaurants just got a whole lot more social with the Dishfinders app for the iPhone and iPad. Whatever restaurant you’re eating at around the world, share your experience with friends using comments, ratings and/or photos of the dish you are eating!

What does it taste like? Does it smell delicious? Are you enjoying it?

Post your thoughts on Dishfinders – anything from a line and a photo to a whole review. It’s your opportunity to talk big about a dish you love while you’re actually eating it; recommend something on the menu to friends, or tell others to avoid a particular dish you don’t like! No need to review the restaurant – just the dish. Your thoughts are published instantly!

Looking for somewhere to eat?

Use Dishfinders to find a restaurant. You can search by pictures taken of the food served at the table of Dishfinders reviewers, or search by reviewer ratings, or comments. Our map search feature with distance filtering makes it easy to find places close to your geographic location. Integration with Opentable makes it simple to get a table reservation when you find somewhere you like.

App Info:

Dishfinders v2.0

http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/dishfinders/id354953487?mt=8

Cost: FREE

Designed for iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad – Requires iOS 3.0 or later

6.8 MB

Languages: English, Spanish

Developer: Cocoafish, Inc.

Website: http://dishfinders.com

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2 COMMENTS

  1. I love user generated review, they make sense becuase the people that write them aren’t snobby critics who eat for living but real people who are jsut looking for a decent meal out. I find I can understand them a lot better and trust them more than something from a critic who probably got special service/seating becuase he was recognised. This app is going right next to my restaurant booking app…

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