Spectrum Solutions presents Soupfly, an app that shows you the health score ratings and reviews from the leading restaurant review sites.
Th Soupfly app is available on Android devices, and will soon debut a version for iPhones.
Soupfly gives users the ability to browse any place in their city, whether they are sitting down to eat at a restaurant or purchasing food products at their grocery store. Soupfly allows them to find out how these venues scored on their last health code inspection, while also reading their possibly excellent customer reviews.
Soupfly’s focus may be restaurants, but users also have the ability to view any place the health inspector has visited, including schools, hospitals, and even the local jail.
Users have the ability to browse any food serving venue by sorting through location, name, category, and health inspection scores. A map view is also available for users. Each venue has the basic information along with reviews from Google Places.
Currently servicing El Paso, Texas, and Las Vegas, Nevada, Soupfly has plans to launch in a new city every two weeks. Users can expect to see Albuquerque, New Mexico; Austin, Texas; San Antonio; and San Marcos added to the lineup this April. While Soupfly is available only on the Google Play Store, users can expect an iPhone release in the near future.
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