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OpenSnap Your Food Photos

OpenRice, Asia's Premier Dining Guide has launched OpenSnap, a mobile App that helps you create your personal food photo albums and access to over 1 Million Restaurants in Asia.

This revolutionary mobile application is readily available for iOS, Android smartphone and tablet users where searching for food and restaurant is literally a fingertip away. Users can also post photos of their favorite dining places as well as their fave dishes and share this with their family and friends. It is the first and unique food photo app in the Philippines and Asia that allows users to create personalized food albums.



The food app is connected to Openrice database so OpenSnap allows users to locate not only restaurants in the Philippines but in Asia (China, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia and Hong Kong) as well. With this food app, one can also share photos not only with OpenSnap users, but with their facebook, twitter and weibo friends.

It offers a user friendly and convenient approach to creating one's one food photo albums, photo sharing, hash tag locations, photo filtering and use of stickers in photos. 



The launch was held at the Mactan Hall of Edsa Shangri-La Hotel in Ortigas last April 28, 2014. The first part of the launch was in the morning and was attended by the press group while the second part was in the evening and was exclusively for bloggers.



OpenRicePH Country Manager, Mr. Enril Magdato introduces OpenSnap to the bloggers after giving a brief history of OpenRicePH.


Major Features of OpenSnap:

1. Use food photos to search nearby restaurant - Users can search nearby restaurants by browsing photos uploaded by friends. It helps you save the time to locate alternate dinning locations while lining up long queue at the designated restaurants.
2. Create and share your personalized restaurant albums - OpenSnap provides users with personalized restaurant albums and easily share their dining experience wherever and whenever. Users could check the restaurant details by clicking the food photos, with more supplementary information for a perfect dining experience.
3. Browse over 1 Million restaurants in Asia - OpenSnap has an advanced search function to reach out dining photos and restaurant information of other Asian regions such as China, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia and Hong Kong.
4. Photos come with a wealth of information - Each photo provides the user with restaurant address, map, contact details, reviews and comments. 


Ms. Heidie Agbayani- Tan, Brand Marketing Officer of OpenRicePH facilitated the Q&A.




How to Register with OpenSnap:

1. Download app on your phone thru www.opensnap.com
2. Register or use your OpenRice acct. or FB acct.
3. Start posting your photos :)







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