Where To? 4.1 Update Adds Support For Another Five Navigation Apps

Where To? 4.1 Update Adds Support For Another Five Navigation Apps

Where To?, the popular discovery app for the iPhone, has received its latest update today, introducing support for another five navigation apps, and a number of handy new features including support for multiple images for each place listing, more reviews, and new categories.

In addition to integration for Sygic, Waze, Navfree, and Navigon Urban, version 4.1 introduces support for multiple images for many place listings, some of which can be viewed at full size; more reviews for each location; videos for selected places; landscape view for the homepage; and improved search within several categories. Not to mention “numerous” bug fixes and some small improvements.

Where To? 4.1 Update Adds Support For Another Five Navigation Apps

Several new categories have also been introduced, including State & National Parks for the U.S., Canada, U.K., and Australia.

If you’re not familiar with Where To?, here’s a brief description:

Where To? allows to easily find the closest and best rated restaurants, shops and services. With 700+ categories, 2,400+ brands and 10 languages, users are empowered to find all they need, everywhere on the world, in their own language. With its slick, intuitive user interface including a top-notch Augmented Reality view Where To? won several awards and was recently named App of the Week by Apple and featured in iTunes Rewind among the best navigation apps in 2011.

The 4.1 update is available to download now from the App Store, and if you don’t already have it, you can pick it up for $2.99.

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