Qype, the database for user generated reviews and event, restuarant and place recommendations, is to team up with Facebook for a new iPhone app. According to the Qype press release: "The app will link check-ins from Qype with Facebook…
It’s all been a bit cash heavy in the last few weeks with the TD Tips for best mobile phone deals and expensive, stylish laptops. So, this week we bring you some blissfully wonga-free websites to tell you what’s worth doing in, around and nowhere near town at all. I can’t guarantee you won’t spend money when you get wherever you choose to go, but I can promise you five good ways of searching for what to do with your spare time.
So without any further ado, here are our tips for the top reviews, guides & listings websites…
Web 2.0 user reviews network Qype is adding a couple of new features for its growing community as of September this year.
To the under-educated, the idea behind Qype is that it’s essentially Facebook with a purpose with a good dose of Fancyapint and Beerintheevening thrown in. The idea is that people – those like you and me and those unlike you and me too – add little written reviews along with a quick star rating to basically anything from restaurants, pubs and cafes to football stadiums, hairdressers, your local park and probably even the bus stop at the end of your road if you can get a picture of it on a geo-tagged Googlemap.
It’s supposed to be a comprehensive review site with all the non-bias and integrity of a blog. Ok? Right, consider yourself educated. So, from September they’re adding an events listings feature
Earlier this week, it was reported that Facebook saw its visitors fall in January for the first time in 17 months. Has the bubble burst for the social network? UGC site Qype reckons it might have.