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Magic Guidebook Review
by on November 26, 2010
Location services are a big thing, people want to know what the best nearby restaurant is without having to know that annoying extra detail of where they are. Magic Guidebook does its best to provide this service, if the interface looks familiar that’s because it’s from the same developer as the decent Train Track and Premier League.
So from an ease-of-use perspective it certainly scores well with the good looking menus sliding past slickly. It even does a good job of breaking down local services and attractions, in our far-flung corner of the world it managed to throw up both corner shops and the funeral service, amongst all the other local places.
The category list isn’t the fastest thing to navigate but the real kicker for Magic Guidebook is that Aloqa does all of this for free.
Download this app: Magic Guidebook for Windows Mobile
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