Qype Radar offers up millions of reviews of local amenities based on your location. From restaurants to taxis, it’s all rated and reviewed.
Qype Radar Review
by on March 13, 2010
There’s nothing quite like Qype to make you feel right at home. The app, free on the Android app store, is one of the simplest we have used and unlocks the area around you. If you are feeling peckish and don’t know which restaurants are close by, load up Qype Radar, select Restaurants and let the app decide.
No matter where you are, Qype has a ton of reviews and information on offer and even some pictures of the places to boot.
Once you find the one you want, click on its address and it will show you on Google Maps exactly where it is.
The Simon Cowell of apps – this hotspot seeking tool tells it to you straight. Qype’s community decides whether a pub is good or bad, giving you all the information you need to suss out if a pint in the Nag’s Head is good idea or not.
As for pin-pointing your location, it had us a mere four doors down from where we were which is pretty impressive.
But it’s not just about hunting down the best eateries and boozers, the amount of local amenity info on offer is pretty overwhelming. You want a petrol station? It will guide you. A hospital? That’s on there too. How about a bicycle? Yup, yup and yup.
Consider us impressed.
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