RoadTour twins with leading guide Harden’s to give on-the-move dining advice.
Wouldn’t it be nice if your Sat Nav could give you decent tips on the best places to eat? Well now it can.
Thanks to a collaboration announced today, users of ‘Harden’s for RoadTour’ can now access trusted reviews of over 3000 UK restaurants, pubs, hotels and cafés, at all price levels, directly from their Sat Nav.
The new product sets a new standard for UK Sat Nav restaurant-guides (which are too often like sticking a pin into Yellow Pages – giving too much choice, with too little information).
The reviews (which include ratings for food, service and ambience) are taken from Harden’s uniquely wide-ranging survey-driven content, which draws on the input of over 8,000 people across the UK (who together contribute 80,000+ independent reviews) every year. Which is how Harden’s famously ‘tells it how it is’.
And it couldn’t be simpler to start: simply load Harden’s for RoadTour onto an existing mobile or Sat Nav.
“So many people have Sat Navs but can find it hard to access quality information; Harden’s excellent guide completes the transition of these devices into true travel companions” said RoadTour’s Daniel Taylor.
Harden’s co-publisher Peter Harden comments: “We’re delighted to be twinning with RoadTour to bring our content, in such a user-friendly format, to travellers while they’re out on the road.”
Information on RoadTour: RoadTour creates audio-visual add-ons for GPS devices, which people can access on the move to enhance their travels. These add-ons are available at www.roadtour.co.uk.
Information on Harden’s: Established in 1991, Harden’s is the UK’s leading, and longest-established, publisher of restaurant reviews based on consumer surveys. These reviews are published in guidebook format, and through www.hardens.com.
Harden’s for RoadTour, £9.95 one-off charge, can be downloaded from www.roadtour.co.uk.
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