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The Good Food Guide iPhone application launches

iPhone users can access Britain’s bestselling restaurant guide on the move thanks to The Good Food Guide iPhone application, which is now available.

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The launch marks a key milestone in Britain’s bestselling restaurant guide’s history. For almost 60 years, food lovers have relied on The Good Food Guide for reviews of the very best restaurants, pubs and cafes throughout the UK and these reviews are now available at your fingertips with The Good Food Guide iPhone application.

What does The Good Food Guide iPhone application do?

This new iPhone app includes reviews of the best restaurants in the UK – you can sort these reviews by cost, cuisine type, distance or by the rating awarded by The Good Food Guide.

It can automatically determine a user’s location via GPS technology (you can override this if you need to find a restaurant near a particular location). Once you’ve found the restaurant you’d like to visit, you can find your way there using a Google Map. You’re also able to call the restaurant, visit its website and tweet or email your friends with suggestions.

Once you’ve visited the restaurant, you can send The Good Food Guide your feedback, which will inform the next edition.

Elizabeth Carter, consultant editor of The Good Food Guide says, ‘This launch marks another key milestone in the Guide’s history as it approaches its 60th birthday. Whether you’re looking for fine dining or a great-value pub, The Good Food Guide can help. We’re confident that food lovers will find this new iPhone app indispensable, not to mention fantastic value for money.”

How much does it cost?

The Good Food Guide iPhone app is 59p for a limited period only so download now!

Watch a demo of The Good Food Guide iPhone application.

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