Food, Deals And Travel Apps Created By Four Startups

Food, Deals And Travel Apps Created By Four Startups

Four interesting apps for the food-lovers, travelers and those looking for a good deal.

Emma Hutchings
  • 13 june 2011


Mashable identifies four worthwhile apps for foodies, travelers and deal-lovers in their weekly roundup of interesting start-ups.

Fortnighter provides customized itineraries and tailored experiences for users, created by professional travel writers who have local expertise and knowledge. After completing a questionnaire on your tastes and interests, and paying a fee, the site will come up with an itinerary for your trip that lists things like your ideal hotel, must-see attractions and local stores you’ll love.

Foodstream is a free iPhone app with real-time information on local restaurants and deals. You can explore nearby restaurants on a map, find special prices, happy hours, new menu items, photos, reviews, dining guides and food-related updates. Create an account to save your favorite places, upload photos and write reviews.

Poggled is a nightlife deals service currently limited to Chicago but with plans to expand. It offers deals on admission, drinks, food and experiences for people to buy from the site. They receive a personal code via email or text, which they can redeem at the bar.

Want! is a photo sharing app for posting pictures of things you desire to your social networks. Take a photo of what you want, say why you want it, where you saw it and share it to Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and Foursquare. You can also browse other users wants and indicate that you feel the same.


Image via Hutch on Flickr.


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