Universal App Zomato for Windows 10 Updates its UI, Search and Adds Local Feed

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Restaurant-locating app Zomato has recently been updated into a universal app for Windows 10. Now a fresh update has made its way on the Windows Store. Let’s have a look at what’s been changed. 

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Back in the beginning of September, restaurant discovery app Zomato had been revamped into an universal app, thus being available in the same package for Windows 10 desktop and mobile users.

Now the app has received another update, which, while not as big as the one that made it universal, brings a couple of neat updates. Now it seems that the mobile version of the app has been updated, bringing a new interface and other new features. Here’s how the official changelog for this new version looks like:

  • All-new interface. The app’s now easier to navigate, with quicker access to information.
  • Revamped Search. See restaurants on a map of the area you’re searching in (or tap on the map and draw to search like you always could).
  • Now local feed also visible along with your own feed

Have you been using Zomato on your Windows Phone or Windows desktop device? If you have, let us know what you think of it by leaving your comment below.

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