Pizza delivery now possible directly from Yelp listings, more categories to come

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Yelp has long been my go-to app for discovering new eateries, or leaving feedback for businesses. Today, Yelp announced via their official blog that they are introducing an all new feature, something they’re calling Yelp Platform. This new service that allows would-be looky-loos to order, book, and spend their money with businesses directly through Yelp listings, all without ever having to leave site or app.

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Powered by Delivery.com and Eat24, you can now purchase food for delivery or pickup at participating restaurants, with spas, salons, even dentist appointments being added in the future. While this feature is now available via the web (or iOS), you’ll have to wait for the Android app to be updated in the coming weeks. There goes my diet!

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  • Guest

    This isn’t new. I have been using these cases since my Galaxy S2. They are marketed as “0.3mm” on ebay. I have this on my S3 right now. They are in some peoples’ opinions, better than silicone skins because they are plastic and not grippy silicone. Silicone collects dust and makes your phone feel disgusting. Skins on the other hand tend to peel, attract dust, and then can damage the corners of your phone. There’s also no worry about scratching these cases as they are so cheap. Buy 10 off ebay and change them once a month. Feel free sliding your phone across the table. These 0.3mm cases like all other cases do trap a bit of dust under so it’s necessary to clean it once in a while. These also work well with docks because they fit without any modification. Here’s an image of my S3 case. 99 cents shipped free from China.

    • Jason Yuen

      Ignore this post. It was for another article in another tab.

  • Shawn_Locke

    This is gonna come in handy when I’m drunk.

  • xiaomeo200

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