CitySearch for Android Now Available
CitySearch, an online local guide, announced today that their Mobile by Citysearch app for the Android is now available.Â With the applications, users can browse, search and share information for over 15 million local businesses found in 75,000 US neighborhoods. Â Users can also submit reviews while on the go, using their Android devices.Â With the GPS functionality built into Android handsets, the applications can search for nearby restaurants, cafes, banks, movie theaters, and more.Â Once locations are found, Google Maps integration can provide turn-by-turn directions.
“Our mobile applications enable users to experience their city, their way – offering the best local content and features available, no matter where they are, or which mobile phone they use,” said Kara Nortman, Senior Vice President, Publishing, Citysearch. “As one of this year’s hottest holiday gifts, Android phones will now deliver an even better local experience to users, who can search, find and share local user reviews and editorial content in real-time.”
Mobile by Citysearch is available immediately in the Android Market. For more details visit – http://mobile.iac.com/citysearch For added convenience, you can scan the barcode below with your Android phone!
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