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Taste Savant 2.0 restaurant discovery app adds new features

New features for the Taste Savant App
New features for the Taste Savant App
Photo Courtesy of Taste Savant

There is nothing worse than looking forward to a great meal at a restaurant and then being disappointed.

The people behind the Taste Savant app have worked long and hard on offering a restaurant recommendation all that is easy to use and also gives advice that is accurate.

Now with Taste Savant version 2.0 for iOS, eaters have access to information from thousands of great restaurants in several cities across the country. Taste Savant shows reviews from those in the know like critics, chefs, and other foodie friends. The app also offers geo location so users can quickly locate the best and closest eating establishments.

“The launch of our app in April was a huge success. We have received such positive feedback since then and we wanted to bring users new features that they were asking for,” says Sonia Kapadia, Founder & CEO. “With the updates, our goal is to provide a more personal experience where the tool becomes truly a one stop shop for users, particularly with The Blackbook.”

Yes, The Blackbook.

As part of the 2.0 refresh, and available on the web and iOS, The Blackbook gives users the opportunity to make and maintain lists of restaurants through the Taste Savant account.

Personalize your very own Blackbook with: Places I Want to Try, Date Restaurants, Guys Night Out and a lot more.

Per Taste Savant, here are some of the additional features:

Users can now also access the restaurant websites directly from the app. To offer users the very best in their respective city, currently New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Boston, Taste Savant has formed a cleaner search process, creating a quick and simple process to find the perfect restaurant for any occasion.

There is so much you can do on Taste Savant, it's starting to make me hungry just thinking of the possibilities.

From viewing current menus, to placing orders through Savant's partnerships with Open Table and Grub Hub, they have you covered.

If you like reading restaurant reviews, Taste Savant has joined up with chefs like Grant Achatz, David Chang, Michael White, Floyd Cardoz, Dakota Weiss, Marc Murphy, Matthias Merges, Frank McClelland and more. From the health and wellness perspective, experts from fitness studios like Barry's Bootcamp and Flywheel Sports give their take.

Taste Savant’s 2.0 app for the iPhone can be downloaded for free in the iTunes store at:

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