The AntiqueWeek Travel Guide to Shops & Malls is the most comprehensive travel guide for antiques enthusiasts, and now it is even more mobile! This app give you the ability to locate shops near you or across the country. Features include:
· Finding shops within a certain range to your location
· Looking up shops in and around a city or zip code
· Getting great deals on items at local shops
· Calling the shop directly to see
· Displaying the shop locations in a map view
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1 listing 25 miles away?
I live in Seattle and according to this app would have to travel 25 miles to find an antique store? I don't think so... clearly Antique Week is more interested in selling "ad space" than providing a service to shoppers and seekers. What's the point? Why not be extremely thorough and include as much info as possible and distribute the publication to all locations listed? Maybe easier said than done, but if you're not doing anything more than any map app will do better, maybe it's time to reconsider.
Not Useful Yet
App crashes frequently. "No antique stores within 25 miles" of Portland proper. That's not correct. Also, entering in the city state doesn't work easily -- you're not sure when you don't get any results if you erred in inputing the info or that there weren't any antique stores in fact.
If you happen to be in a city that this app actually covers, it might be useful, though I'd be worried that the app is actually up-to-date. Also, I doubt I'd you'd trust this app to get me there instead of google maps or waze.
Lacks Offline Capability
What could have been a great app is not because you have to be connected to the web to use it. They should provide the option of downloading their directory for offline use, like Wifi Finder does with its directory of wifi locations.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.