SimpleDeal Announces Re-Launch
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SimpleDeal, a mobile app for restaurants, announced that they will officially begin the expansion of the mobile application and open up usage of the app to New York residents and New York City Restaurants and re-launch usage for California residents and Long Beach, Calif., Restaurants.
When searching for a restaurant to dine at, SimpleDeal users can point their phone at any restaurant of choice and tap a button to show that restaurant’s daily deals and offerings. It is available for both iOs and Andriod, and compatible with iPhones, iPads and iPod Touches requiring iOs 9.0 or later and Androids requiring 4.1 and up.
The SimpleDeal App is 100% free to users and operates via the phone's GPS and Accelerometer. Once one points his or her phone, a photo of the restaurant that he or she is standing in front of will appear and consumers tap a button to see that restaurant’s current deals and offerings. No cameras, no maps, just point for instant access. If a restaurant is not a participating location, SimpleDeal will show you current deals in your surrounding location. The app also enables users to have access to items such as the restaurants wait time, what time it closes, view menu items right, and bonuses where from time to time, with ongoing use one's meal for the evening may even be on SimpleDeal.
Participating restaurants can list for free with one single deal or a fee of $19.99 per month to post multiple deals and $39.99 per month to load in as many deals or offerings as they would like, the ability to change deals out daily, see reporting and send out specific deals tailored to individual customers. Whether it be a percentage discount off, a two for one special, or even something more unique, SimpleDeal provides access to all deals and offers that are made to restaurant goers at that exact moment, at that exact location. The instantaneous deal method provides the dining experience 100% in to the hand of the restaurant and enables them to showcase dishes that may make the restaurant famous or easily fill their location during known downtimes.