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
Checking out the experience of blogging through the iTouch (3G). I seem to be clumsy at first then realize the auto words that help correct the words so that I type faster.(have fat fingers!)
Better than most Android keypads so far.
Love the copy-paste feature.
Still not happy the way image selection happens.
Only wish they had the camera with the iTouch then I could completely use the augmented apps.
Bonsai Blast(all levels) is available for free in Android but I love the image rendering in Apple.
Downloaded lot of free apps and Games.
Facebook is not yet compatible with iTouch and I still can’t seem to sign into skype on it.
Layar Reality Browser
Layar is a free application on your mobile phone which shows what is around you by displaying real time digital information on top of reality through the camera of your mobile phone.
Layar is a global application, available for the T-Mobile G1, HTC Magic and other Android phones in all Android Markets. It also comes pre-installed on the Samsung Galaxy in the Netherlands.
How do you use Layar?
By holding the phone in front of you like a camera, information is displayed on top of the camera display view.
For all points of interest which are displayed on the screen, information is shown at the bottom of the screen.
What do you see in the screen?
On top of the camera image (displaying reality) Layar adds content layers. Layers are the equivalent of webpages in normal browsers. Just like there are thousands of websites there will be thousands of layers. One can easily switch between layers by selecting another via the menu button, pressing the logobar or by swiping your finger across the screen.
Added features of Layar Reality Browser 2.0:
Layar has some cool features which include:
Unique layer specific icons/markers
Featured and Popular section
Add layer to favorites
Map view and list view
Enhanced AR view
“Take me There” function
Who is the team behind Layar?
Layar is run by Raimo van der Klein, Claire Boonstra & Maarten Lens-FitzGerald.
Update: check out this post: Layar: See Beyond Your Surroundings