OpenTable App for Windows 8, 10 Welcomes Many New Features
The official OpenTable app for Windows 8 transforms your Windows 8 devices in a tool that lets you book your tablet at a huge range of restaurants. And now it’s received an important update, read below for its description and more on this.
The OpenTable app (to get it from the Windows Store, follow the link at the end) for Windows 8, 8.1 and RT has just received a pretty important updated that every user of the app needs to hear about. Version 2.0 of the app brings the much-requested ability to view restaurant menus and verified diner reviews directly within the app. Also, OpenTable for Windows 8 now comes with resizable windows, the feature which lets you search on Canvas for quick access to restaurants and more live tile sizes, as well, for better customization of the start screen.
OpenTable for Windows 8.1 gets some much-awaited new features
OpenTable is the only app that helps you book a table at thousands of restaurants in the US, Canada and Mexico. Plus, members can earn dining points to pay for meals at any OpenTable restaurant. How it works: Choose a date, time, and party size to see all available tables in real time. Tap the table you want and the reservation is yours – instantly! See available restaurants in real-time, in a list and on a map Narrow your search by cuisine, price, or neighborhood Browse menus and reviews without leaving the app! Make out-of-town reservations when you travel
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