All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Foodspotting’

Foodspotting Joins OpenTable in $10M Deal, Will Continue to Operate on Standalone Basis

Restaurant reservation powerhouse OpenTable have just announced their intent to acquire food photography-based recommendation app Foodspotting. According to a release, the deal will be for $10 million OpenTable and Foodspotting have been partners for some time already – OpenTable reservations on Foodspotting and Foodspotting food photography on OpenTable, so this acquisition doesn’t come as a huge surprise. But according to …

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Foursquare Integrates Foodspotting, Other Apps Into Its Core Service

Mobile was a big deal a few years ago. Everybody had to move their apps to mobile and bring the desktop experience to consumers on the go. Now everybody is moving towards a mobile ecosystem where our apps are all connected. Facebook has been leading the charge with Open Graph, but foursquare’s attempt at connecting apps over mobile is one …

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Facebook Open Graph Helped Foodspotting Grow

Facebook Open Graph has helped app developers implement Facebook features like Timeline into their apps. It also apparently drives up traffic in crazy numbers. Today’s success story comes from Foodspotting, the number one app for finding delicious food around you. If you have yet to use Foodspotting, I highly recommend it. I never knew there were so many good eats …

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Facebook Drives Traffic To Mobile Apps

Facebook mobile has been a huge success for the company and it has even brought the riches to mobile app developers who are on Facebook. James Pearce took to the Facebook developers blog to give some tips on how developers can grow their mobile apps and games with the Facebook platform. Pearce says that Facebook has 425 million monthly users …

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