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Tuesday
Mar092010

"We've got an app for that"

This just in:

StewartSoft launches twiddish, a new social network and geo-location mobile application for iPhone and iPod Touch, allowing diners nationwide to discover the best and worst restaurant dishes. Through user-generated photograph-based dish reviews, the twiddish application compliments the online twiddish social network by providing users, a.k.a. "dishers," with the real-time micro-blogging tools needed to share their dining experiences on a visual dish-by-dish basis.

Each twiddish review contains a photograph of the dish, as taken by the "disher," when the food is served along with a twiddish rating based on flavor, aroma, portion size, presentation, and value.  Dishers are encouraged to share any additional comments that might be helpful to fellow dishers in selecting a particular entree or restaurant by entering them into the optional comments field.

Dishers can sync their twiddish profile to other popular social networks, such as Twitter and Facebook, to tell their friends what they are eating and whether they recommend their peers to do the same. 

The twiddish application is now available for free download from iTunes app store at www.twd.sh for iPhone and iPod Touch users.  Diners without a compatible mobile device can create a twiddish user profile and interact with the twiddish dining community via the twiddish website at www.twiddish.com.  *twiddish anticipates launching its’ Blackberry application in the Spring of 2010.

The Twiddish "app"

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