What more can add value to foursquare? Dish.fm of course! Instead of going through a zillions reviews (user generated content) on the foursquare tips, you always think boy..i just need one answer…what are the top dishes?
This would make decision making simple, of course you would say.. i rather just ask our waiter what is the best but are you sure they are not just trying to push something they need to sell? how about take away or home delivery? how would you know then?
Haven’t tried the app yet (have an droid phone) , but i love this solution! (just want i needed 🙂 )
Dish.fm helps you discover the best dishes at any restaurant with confidence. In one quick glance, learn what is the best dish, drink or dessert to order. Dish.fm shows the top dishes at any restaurant, powered by analysis of millions of reviews pulled from Yelp, Foursquare and others sites.
Source : dish.fm
Ever since the “Superuser” was introduced for 4sq users, many users all over the globe cribbed on blogs that they never received their “power” even after they did so much to control the quality of User Generated Content on their beloved 4sq database. It must be massive with the number of absurd places, tips & photos upload every day, minute or second on the 4sq servers.
Though Cafe Coffee Day, the first to offer “Specials” [India-specific] was introduced on 4sq, many managers/staff claimed ignorance of such offers. Not sure of actual numbers of them though. Lot more specials at other brands did get introduced later 😛
Why am i stuck on the app, even after a year? because of all the “tips” my 4sq friends update about food places & their discoveries. The ease of use, badges & mayorships do add up to the delight. The mayorships are sometimes funny though! [probably due to the territorial nature?]
Well to get back to the “Superuser”-ship, will the “Supers” be loyal, non-biased & retain their integrity to get rid of the “scum”? How long will they survive? Will they continue their righteous path in-spite of no benefits?