Seamless, formerly SeamlessWeb, allows me to lie on my couch, corpselike, and have delicious food delivered directly to my door with a few clicks (or smartphone taps). Now they own MenuPages, and slothful America can order in even smarter.
Finally! After being available on the iPhone for quite some time, MenuPages has finally released an app for Android. If you live in New York City, LA, San Francisco, Philly, Boston, Chicago, DC or South Florida, you can find full restaurant menus right from your phone. It's perfect. [Android Market]
MenuPages, the excellent complete-menu app for New York, San Francisco, LA, Philly, Boston, Chicago, DC and South Florida, now allows those menus to luxuriate across your iPhone's entire screen and lets you save favorites to your MenuPages.com account. Yum. [iTunes]
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Do you live in New York, San Francisco, LA, Philly, Boston, Chicago, DC or South Florida? Then you have no reason not to download this app, which has stunningly complete restaurant listings with full menus for your entire city.
Whining for the 431st time that there's no MenuPages iPhone app—basically, an app with every menu for every restaurant in major cities—I got a reply from who appears to be Greg Barton, the founder of MenuPages. "Soon guys, soon."