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Love it!
I use this app EVERY time I travel or eat out locally. The reviews, menus and photos give me a clear expectation of an experience to suit my mood. The rewards are awesome, free and easy to earn. One of my most used apps.
Am3H on Jul 7, 2011 for iDine
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I use it everyday and especially when traveling to other cities in the US and Canada.
743570642964 on Jul 7, 2011 for iDine
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Very helpful!
I love the app for when I'm traveling in a city I'm not familiar with. I like that I can check out pictures & menus to help me decide.
LTR10 on May 12, 2011 for iDine
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Very easy to use with the GPS locator.
Rewards Lover on May 12, 2011 for iDine
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Great free app for finding restaurants and rewards
Whether you are looking for a local restaurant, or one while traveling, the idine app is super fast and easy. Great selection of restaurants and earn rewards with a registered credit card. No need for tacky coupons!
Thomas Briggette on May 12, 2011 for iDine
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Misleading information
So the app is great for finding restaurants, but from what customer service at iDine tells me their information is not always up to date. Case in point I found a nice Greek restaurant on the plan and spent $130 for dinner thinking of course I'd get the 15% rebate advertised on iDine. Well it turns out that the restaurant had been deactivated for several months at the time I ate there even though the app showed them active. Adding insult to injury the restaurant joined back again 3 days after my dining experience and customer service was only willing to give me a measly $7.00 dining credit. Seemed pretty cheap, but what added insult to injury was the obligatory "I'm sorry for any inconvenience you've been caused" delivered by the csr rep. If you were really sorry you'd fix the problem and give me the full credit I've earned. My thoughts are if you're going to promote an interactive app you'd better be sure it gives the right information. Otherwise don't launch and expect customers to "cross check the information on the website" as Tge csr rep suggested. Kinda defeats the purpose of the app don't ya think?
tucker9000 on Mar 28, 2011 for iDine
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