⊛⊛⊛⊛⊛ No matter where you are in the world, WhereToEat displays the closest places to eat. Select from over 45 cuisine types and even get turn-by-turn directions to your chosen restaurant. Full Retina HD for iPhone and iPad. ⊛⊛⊛⊛⊛
An incredibly simple interface hides a sophisticated engine that plugs into the largest restaurant database and global map on the market. Fully customizable, you can order your owns list and make maximum use of your GPS.
Can't decide where to eat? Use our Shake-to-Suggest feature to explore and experiment!
√ Over 100 preset searches including over 45 cuisines and 30 food types.
√ Full Retina Graphics for iPhone and iPad
√ Search can be done within a few taps, no typing needed.
√ Fully customizable. You can sort, add, remove, rename all items.
√ Simple user interface and intuitive user experience.
√ Review your recent searches and most used searches.
√ Configure start-up view, choose between home, recents or last viewed.
√ Shake-to-Suggest, deciding on what to eat can be just a shake away.
√ User Ratings and Reviews, sharing your experience with other diners.
COMING SOON: Our team is already working on new features including offline restaurant database and translation into many languages. Stay tuned for the free update and feel free to contact us for any feedback so we can improve the app for you.
Our Production Team
iOS Development: Sam Li, Ocean Zhang
Graphic Design: Annie Li, Kelly Wang
Testing & Support: Jennifer Han
Producer: Terence Lau
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Ratings and ReviewsSee All
New version is somewhat better...
I've gone through a few iterations of "Where to eat?" The current version is faster and at least it doesn't crash on opening. That's a plus. Also a positive is the large variety of meal offerings the user can choose from. A negative, however, is that the restaurant reviews from the previous versions of this app seem to have disappeared from the app's database. Also, I have yet to able to find a review for ANY restaurant so far. Previously, I had suggested that instead of dropping the ubiquitous red pins when food-type matching restaurants are found in an area, why not use a different colored pin when a restaurant has a review? Wouldn't this be infinitely more helpful to the end user and might just bring this app up to the level of Yelp.
September 2019 and I hate to say it but this App is virtually useless. The App freezes after making a best guess since no restaurant comes pre-labeled. The user sees pins and then makes his/her guess. After the guess the App freezes and has to be started again. I chose a restaurant in Fine Foods. I guessed and got McDonald's. Re-start. Next try suggested a beauty salon, and I don’t think food is served there...fine or otherwise.
The app's improvements make it well worth the money and best in class
I would certainly not recommend this application in its current iteration. It does little more than open google maps and use its search field. A few improvements could make this app much more useful. Instead of launching Google Maps, the developers could use the Google Maps integration API provided by Apple, and not have you go back to the application if you want a different type of cuisine. The application could also provide its own descriptions of the restaurants it finds and maybe allow its users to review the restaurants. In its current iteration, it only uses the name of the restaurant to classify it. I mean, when I search for Italian restaurants, it shows me Pizza Hut. While pizza was originally Italian, it isn't the place anyone would go for authentic Italian food. When I look for Indian restaurants it also brings up native american food and mexican restaurants.
The favorites feature is one thing that would have given it an advantage over Google Maps is the favorites feature, if it worked correctly. Because you can't do anything with a specific restaurant, because it only shows the restaurants in Google Maps and not the app itself, you cannot mark a restaurant as a favorite. You can only mark entire categories, like Fast food, which would be entirely useless.
Update: The app has made improvements that make it the best in class in its category.
Where to eat?
Well, this app does provide some minimal (extremely) information on where you could possibly eat. No information on if you would want to eat at any of the suggested spots. So if you are a "high risk" gambler, and wouldn't mind possibly getting so truly awful "food" roll the dice, this app might work for you.
If you wish to assure the chance of getting something decent to eat, it is useless.
- Edward Tsang
- 51.9 MB
- Food & Drink
Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Norwegian Bokmål, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, Vietnamese
- Age Rating
- © OnDemandWorld Limited
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.