iPhone, Android, Blackberry, iPad version of Roadfood

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Stephen Rushmore Jr.
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Re:iPhone, Android, Blackberry, iPad version of Roadfood 2011/08/07 10:04:23 (permalink)
UPDATE:  I made some tweaks to the proximity search so you should get more results.
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jeepguy
Double Chili Cheeseburger
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Re:iPhone, Android, Blackberry, iPad version of Roadfood 2011/08/07 10:38:25 (permalink)
Works fine on android here.
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ChiTownDiner
Filet Mignon
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Re:iPhone, Android, Blackberry, iPad version of Roadfood 2011/08/07 18:09:13 (permalink)
Works on my Droid2 and i have it set up for east access.  Thanks!
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Stephen Rushmore Jr.
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Re:iPhone, Android, Blackberry, iPad version of Roadfood 2011/08/14 23:24:45 (permalink)
UPDATE:  Mobile site now has mobile-friendly links for latest restaurant reviews and Digest posts.
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Foodbme
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Re:iPhone, Android, Blackberry, iPad version of Roadfood 2011/08/15 00:56:46 (permalink)
Too much technology for me! Where's the Yellow Pages???
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Davydd
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Re:iPhone, Android, Blackberry, iPad version of Roadfood 2011/08/15 09:49:04 (permalink)
We have been trying to cancel all paper yellow pages. They are no longer necessary. It used to be there would be just one white pages and one yellow pages but it seems now about three or more different sources keep trying to foist off their directories. We have a bank of three mailboxes and my two neighbors never pick them up. I end up putting them all in the trash.
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