Wednesday, June 26th, 2013 - Eatability
Eatability today launched an iPhone app and mobile-optimised website to give Australians easy access on-the-go to one of Australia’s most comprehensive local restaurant guides.

Users not only get access to over 210,000 ratings and reviews from Eatability’s nation-wide community, the new mobile-optimised website instantly highlights recommended eateries close to their location and even showcases the best cuisine for that suburb. The iPhone app gives users the power to make real-time online bookings, providing detailed information and specials for restaurants where available.

The move by Eatability to embrace mobile meets the growing demands of the foodie community, as co-founder Celeste Ong comments, "43 per cent of Eatability community is accessing our site through mobile devices. This shows many of our users are looking for restaurant recommendations when they’re out and about so the new Eatability iPhone app and mobile site will give them an easy way to help them satisfy their appetite at great local restaurants."

Features of the new iPhone app, include instant sharing options such as rating a restaurant, writing a review and uploading photos.

“We continuously look for ways to improve the user experience for keen diners. With the iPhone app, foodies can now describe each dish as they are sampling them, take photos and send us a review before they’ve even stepped out of the establishment”, Ms Ong said.

To download the iPhone app, visit Eatability on iTunes

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For the last decade, Eatability has been providing a reliable in-depth local guide to the best food and service establishments in Australia. The Eatability mobile site and iPhone application provides users a simpler and more convenient access to over 28,000 restaurants, cafe, bars, pubs and takeaways.

Eatability, an Australian dining guide, is a wholly owned subsidiary of Optus.
Celeste Ong
P: +61415 538 858
W: www.eatability.com.au

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