Find things near you (restaurants, shops etc)Support

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  1. gocardinals

    gocardinals Well-Known Member

    What's the best way/app to find things near your current location? Restaurants, shops, gas, etc? Thanks!

  2. JimmyHat

    JimmyHat Well-Known Member

    Go to, then at the top of the page select the "local" tab.
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  3. nightfishing

    nightfishing Well-Known Member

    Places Directory (quickest/easiest for places closest to your gps location) Not as refined as Where.

    Where (best for looking for something more than a mile or two away) Lots of categories/subcategories. Must have app.

    Layar (best to impress) Interface can be maddening, but it is cool as heck downtown.

    You can also just use maps/google, but it isn't as slick/easy.

    The newest update to Where added this cool feature that allows you to add search shortcuts to your home screen. For example, I have a Pizza shortcut on my home screen and when I launch it, I go directly to a list of pizza places near my current location.
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  4. cozzywozzy

    cozzywozzy Member

    Or yelp works too.
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  5. gocardinals

    gocardinals Well-Known Member

  6. gocardinals

    gocardinals Well-Known Member

    Tried to look up Layar? Is it Layar Reality Browser?
  7. Liquoredolce

    Liquoredolce Well-Known Member

    I'll second Places Directory, it's a great app for finding anything

    Urbanspoon is by far the best for restaurants though. It will let you sort by place, price, style, give you ratings, even let you make reservations as of the newest update.
  8. nightfishing

    nightfishing Well-Known Member

  9. TokedUp

    TokedUp Well-Known Member

    Urbanspoon and Happy Hour works good in NYC!
  10. 150_cav

    150_cav Well-Known Member

    +1 for places
    + 1/2 for urbanspoon

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  11. mrjinglesusa

    mrjinglesusa Well-Known Member

    Yelp FTW.
  12. gocardinals

    gocardinals Well-Known Member

    Thanks everyone.
  13. Garrett67

    Garrett67 Well-Known Member

    I liked a program called 'Where' on the iPhone. I think it's available for android.
  14. MisterMixelpix

    MisterMixelpix Well-Known Member

    Aloqa integrates with Yelp, it's perfect if you're wandering around a city. I used it the other day and found some awesome southern BBQ.
  15. ajiamarie

    ajiamarie Well-Known Member

    +1 for Where
    Urban spoon is cool if you are in a city.
  16. XXXdc5

    XXXdc5 Well-Known Member

    What is the objection with using google maps?
  17. MisterMixelpix

    MisterMixelpix Well-Known Member

    These are sometimes more intuitive or have smoother interfaces, plus other additions.
  18. XXXdc5

    XXXdc5 Well-Known Member

    if you try and find directions or where a place is that you are searching for do these apps use google maps for that?
  19. tmags2

    tmags2 Active Member

    The best app I found was called Poynt. The problem is that I used it for Blackberry. It by far was the easiest app to use to find locations. I hope someday it comes to the Incredible.
  20. Dream

    Dream Well-Known Member

    Thats what I use, works like a charm.
  21. Liquoredolce

    Liquoredolce Well-Known Member

    Yup. They almost all just show the address/contact information/reviews etc. You can almost always click a link to navigate there via maps or call them or whatever else.
  22. AGWednesday

    AGWednesday Well-Known Member

    And Google Nav
  23. gocardinals

    gocardinals Well-Known Member

    I liked Poynt, too. I'm surprised it's only BB.
  24. gavin77

    gavin77 Well-Known Member

    Ya Poynt was way better than where.....
  25. necosino

    necosino Well-Known Member

    I use Aloqa

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