Using an Android App to Find Nearby Restaurants

19 Sep

wondee-siam-new-york-city-cc-flickrDo you want to go somewhere special for dinner tonight? All you need to do is download Trist into your smartphone. You can get this restaurant finding app for both Apple and Android phones. If you have an Android, here’s how to use the Android App to find nearby restaurants.

Download the App from the Google Play Store

You can get the Trist app for free on the Google Play store. Just hit ‘install,’ and the app will immediately download to your phone. Once the app is on your phone, it will use the GPS to find your location. Then, it will list all of the nearby restaurants.

Look through Restaurants near You

If you’re not sure what type of cuisine you want to eat, just scroll through all the restaurants located near you until something catches your eye. Then, you can click on the restaurant’s page and check out user reviews, photos, and menus. If you’re stuck between a few choices, you can compare up to three restaurants at a time. When you compare the restaurants, you’ll be able to see their trends, reviews, opening hours, and more. You can continue looking through your app until you find a restaurant that’s perfect for you.

Map out your Route

Once you’ve chosen a restaurant, your app will guide you to it from your current location. You won’t have to worry about getting lost trying to find a new restaurant when you’re using an app.

Favorite the Restaurant

After eating, if you really liked the restaurant, you can add it to your Trist list. Then, you’ll be able to easily find it if you want to eat there again. You’ll always be able to find the names of the restaurants you liked when you’re using an Android app.

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Posted by on September 19, 2015 in Technology


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