Archive for the ‘Restaurant on Smartphone’ Category

MobChow™ serves up a new tool for restaurant marketing using smart phone apps.

Sunday, November 24th, 2013

restaurant on smartphone We’ve created a first here in Hampton Roads, Virginia that will soon be launched to every demographic in the US/Canada.

Introducing MobChow™ is the first subscription-based platform that allows any restaurant to create, manage and market their very own smart phone apps that are available in iTunes and Google Play app stores … and while each restaurant app is working hard for the loyal restaurant patrons, the main MobChow™ Restaurant Guide app is working equally as hard to introduce and bring in brand new patrons.

Do you like to eat out? What if you could see EVERY special and EVERY menu item including photos? Try it out. Visit your app store today and download MobChow™ If you find a restaurant you like, you can go back to your app store and download their app as well.

Own a restaurant? Visit www.mobchow.com to get your new app started today. It’s easy. It’s effective … and most of all, it’s affordable … really!

Let’s eat!

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Which is better while on a long interstate journey and a spot of camping here and there?

Thursday, October 31st, 2013

With regards to the internet….Which is best?
An ipad?
A android smartphone?
A laptop?

Chris is showing his age.

I prefer traveling with a laptop because I use a full keyboard frequently in my communications with others. If you want internet light, then go with the smaller units.

Contrary to the mistaken belief that only private campgrounds have internet access, I usually use public resources when I travel: county public libraries, state government waysides in Iowa, private sector restaurants and coffee shops and grocery stores, and the federal leasing areas within the campgrounds in Denali National Park and other locations. Internet is difficult to avoid across the United States. Free WiFi is almost everywhere. I utilized it daily in Eastern Europe for maps, hotel bookings, and touring information.

ISMS+ Intelligent Smartphone Marketing System For Restaurant Only.

Friday, October 4th, 2013

restaurant on smartphone The Greatest Smartphone Intelligent Marketing System with features like “Meal Ready On Table” to improve resource utilization, time management, and customer experience.
Boost your patron’s restaurant experience as you optimize revenue!
Our mission is to take your business to the next level in customer service and convenience. Our Smartphone Intelligent Marketing System provides utmost customer convenience, tracking, and marketing tools for your business using a combination of strategic components!

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How can I travel to Europe and still have Data Internet on my smartphone?

Wednesday, September 4th, 2013

I want to go to Poland for a month in a couple weeks but I want to have wireless internet on my phone. I have a 4G LTE EVO from Virgin Mobile. Its very important that when I leave American Coverage I will still be able to use my internet. What are some options for me. I really don’t want to buy a expensive new smartphone in Poland only for a month. I would like to have data to use anywhere in Poland. I don’t want to have to go to cafe’s or McDonald’s restaurants to use the WiFi. I hear portable WiFi is also a sound option.

You can travel to Europe and still have Data Internet on your smartphone. Enjoy! :-)

Restaurant, Toilette & Smartphone

Wednesday, August 21st, 2013

restaurant on smartphone quotingmolehttp://gdata.youtube.com/feeds/api/users/quotingmoleMusicRestaurant, Toilette & Smartphone

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Why do reviewers claim that the HTC One wins over the Galaxy s4?

Sunday, July 14th, 2013

I’m getting a Galaxy s4 after deciding between getting the s4 or the HTC Onw. However, when I was doing my research, so many "versus" articles and videos between the One and s4 claimed the One as a winner. The s4 has more personalization, better specs, removable battery and storage, better camera and more features. I know a lot of the features are gimmicky, but they’re still impressive.

I know one of the reasons why the HTC One may have an advantage is because of the build quality. However, I feel that the aluminum on the One will chip and dent easily, and I’ll end up putting on a case.

After, all this, why is the HTC One superior?

Please note that I’m not hating, and that I am not some fanboy, but I am just wondering about something that I do not know yet…

All help is appreciated.

Not many people care about removable battery and storage (see iPhone sales) though I’m with the ones that do. However, both phones can get above moderate power users through the day on a single charge. There’s also still cloud storage options like DropBox and Google Drive, though that means you would need an internet connection. It’s not the best substitute for microSDs, but it’s a proper one.

As far as specs go, both phones have the same processors (S4 is slightly clocked higher at 1.9 Ghz to One’s 1.7 Ghz) and same GPUs. The 2 GB of RAM is more than either phone will need for the foreseeable future for gaming.

S4 has the bigger display at 5 inches compared to the One’s 4.7, but some would rather have a small trade off with the One as it has the sharpest screen on any smartphone out right now coming in at 468 ppi compared to the S4′s 441. It also has a brighter screen. Some also believe the Super LCD 3 display presents more realistic colors than the over or undersaturation of the S4′s PenTile Super AMOLED display.

A lot of reviewers love the build quality more on the One due to its aluminium shell compared to the S4′s polycarbonate material with many claiming the One has a more premium feel in the hand, especially if you leave the phone naked. It’s all a matter of preference.

The camera on the One is much better in low light scenarios (especially indoors in a restaurant, bar, or nightclub) while the S4 is slightly better in daylight (megapixels are a bad measuring stick for cameras, it’s the software that counts). However because of the megapixel count, you can zoom in better with the S4. A lot of camera features are the same on both phones outside of S4′s dual camera mode.

Personalizing can be fixed on both phones with a new launcher on Google Play, but when it comes to Sense and TouchWiz, it’s a matter of preference. Some love the flat simplicity of Sense and closer look to vanilla Android while others love the colors that jump out on TouchWiz. The user interfaces almost negate the differences in their respective pre-installed Android JellyBean. Before I decided, navigating through Sense seemed much smoother to me as well (iOS smooth) than TouchWiz even taking into account the S4′s higher clocked processor.

The One also has dual speakers on the front and many agree it’s far and away the best on any smartphone out while the S4 keeps its speaker on the back so you may have to cup the phone with your hand to hear better.

For the same price on a 2-year contract, Sense comes with 32 GB of storage while the S4 comes with 16 GB. S4′s bloatware takes up nearly half of that away, none of which you can delete or put on an SD card so rooting would be necessary. A lot of the S4′s biggest new features like Smart Stay and Smart Scroll don’t work with third party apps. Smart Stay doesn’t work with YouTube and other embedded video players and Smart Scroll doesn’t work with all browsers and doesn’t work left or right. S Translator is pretty much the same as Google Translate provided you also download the language packages. Both phones have IR blasters for televisions as well.

If you’re worried about Android updates, HTC is actually one of the best manufacturers when it comes to that. It’s more of the carriers’ fault for the delays. Ars Technica did a study on it.

You really can’t go wrong with either Android. I decided to go with the HTC One. I haven’t regretted my decision. Both phones have "Google Editions" coming out in a month or so. That’s always another option.

TagMyTable Prise de commande au restaurant avec un Smartphone

Saturday, July 13th, 2013

restaurant on smartphone Projet de fin d’études (PFE 2013) réalisés par les étudiants de l’ECE Paris école d’ingénieurs.

TagMyTable est un service de prise de commande au restaurant avec un Smartphone. Ce système est basé sur la technologie de Near Field Communication, dite NFC, qui permet l’échange d’information à courte distance entre deux terminaux.

De septembre à fin Janvier, notre équipe a donc réalisé un prototype fonctionnel de ce service. Ce système se décompose en deux parties distinctes. La première, une application pour mobile, est destinée aux clients des restaurants. La deuxième est une interface Web d’administration qui permet aux restaurateurs de visualiser les commandes, mais aussi de gérer en ligne l’édition des menus de leurs restaurants, l’association d’un tag à une table et différentes informations qui seront disponibles sur l’application mobile telles que les descriptions de plats.

L’application mobile a été développée en Java Android, tandis que l’interface Web d’administration a été développée en GWT. Un Web serveur permet l’échange d’informations entre les deux modules. Pour ce projet, nous avons mis en place un serveur sur Amazon.

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TagMyTable is a system that offers a new way to order in a restaurant with a Smartphone. It is an NFC (Near Field Communication) technology based project. That technology is a set of for electronics terminal that permits radio communication with each other by bringing them into close proximity.

From September until the beginning of February, our team (Philippe Auriach, Hugo Kassimatis, Hélène Montmoreau, Adrien Pinto and Alicia Voisine) has realized a working prototype of that service. The system is divided into two units. The first one is a mobile application designed for restaurant’s customers. The other one is a web management interface that allows restaurant’s owner to receive the orders, but also to edit online menu of the restaurant.

The mobile application has been developed in Android whereas the web management interface has been developed in GWT. A web server permits the communication between those two units. For this project, we used an Amazon server.

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NY WiFi – Does WiFi Security Encryption work in New York City and anywhere in NY state?

Tuesday, June 18th, 2013

Any experience and insights from NY residents about the nature of WiFi security (including solution) would be very helpful.

Yes, encryption works flawlessly in NY. And why shouldn’t it? It’s universal:

http://wifisecurity.ellsed.com

Remember to use WPA2 encryption on your own WiFi router because it’s among the most secure standards today. But if you’re mobile, on the move, in NYC or other parts of New York then you’ll need to install mobile encryption software.

I spend a lot of time in NY and have lived there for several years. While most people tend to be drawn to free wifi hotspots at coffee shops, restaurants and even colleges, fact remains that it’s not safe to do so without some kind of encryption.

Think of it like a firewall, except in this case it’s a military-grade "mobile firewall" against hackers, wireless snoops, viruses and malware. Also, there’s the anonymity part which keeps your electronic devices (laptop, smartphone, tablet) safe in a big city like New York and surrounding areas like Brooklyn, Queens, Manhattan, Bronx, even Staten island.

Outside NYC, I have personal experience with the risks of unsecure WiFi in cities like Buffalo, Rochester, Yonkers, Syracuse and Albany. (I work in internet security, by the way, and also teach the subject at a local community college.)

I also have a cousin in Mount Vernon and grandparents in Schenectady who are long-time wireless internet users.

Discover South Florida from the convenience of your Smartphone – Restaurants, Activities & more!

Saturday, June 1st, 2013

restaurant on smartphone The AYP Rentals App is designed for rental guests vacationing at properties managed by AYP Rentals and visitors interested in finding out about what Miami has to offer while on vacation. AYP Rentals manages over 50 rental properties in popular vacation destinations. Download our App to unlock the secrets for having a great time on your next vacation.
Guests of AYP Rentals will receive an invitation to download the app before their arrival. This app contains all the information each guest needs to know before, during, and after their stay. From arrival tips, directions to the property, property tips, and area information, to restaurant, event, and activity recommendations — this app has everything you need to spend more of your vacation having fun! If you get lost, don’t worry. The app allows you to locate your rental property using your phone’s GPS. Likewise, all of the restaurant, event, and activity recommendations may be viewed on a map to locate the closest to you at any time. AYP Rentals has combed through all of the area restaurants, events, and activities, and hand selected only the best to recommend to you. Now, you can vacation like a local!
You don’t have to be a guest of AYP Rentals to get this customized experience. Simply download the app and use it as a visitor. You still have access to all the area restaurant, event, and activity recommendations. While you are here, check out all of the great rental properties AYP Rentals has to offer. This app contains all the property information you need to book your next vacation in paradise. Each property listing contains detailed information and photos. In case you want to check out the properties before booking, the app allows you to view the properties in a map view — so you drive or walk by.
This app is powered by Glad To Have You.

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How to create icon to make phone call when used on smartphone?

Monday, May 20th, 2013

When creating a website how do I take an image and make it call a number? Link to a phone number?

This is for a restaurant website.. I want to make an order button. Website referring to http://mysiteamerica.com/rioranchcafe

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