Nara Restaurant Recommendations App Expands to 25 Major Cities

Posted November 14, 2012 at 7:15pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 4995 views

Nara, a restaurant recommendation service, has expanded its app to support 25 major cities in the U.S. and Canada.

The search is over. The "find" is what's now. Nara’s personalized discovery engine lets you browse restaurants that match your tastes by creating your customized digital DNA profile. Nara tunes new finds to your personal preferences and will introduce you to restaurants in a new city by matching your tastes to your favorite spots back home. Go straight to the find, every time, no matter where you are and enjoy a Life Well Found.

Features:
- BROWSE restaurants tuned to your personal preference.
- FIND restaurants in a new city that match your taste in restaurants from your home city.
- TUNE your Digital DNA by giving a "thumbs up" or "thumbs down". This will further personalize your experience and only deliver the finds that suit you best.
- RECEIVE detailed information: locations and maps, phone numbers, hours of operation, parking options, and so much more.
- SEE your restaurant finds and recommendations in the city you are traveling.
- BOOK a table using Open Table.
- PIN your new favorite choices.

What's New In This Version:
- Expanded to 25 major cities in US and Canada
- Improved sign up process
- Integration with Uber Private Driving Service

You can download Nara Mobile from the App Store for free.

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