One of the Leading Providers of Local Business Data Releases Mobile App

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Today Discoverourtown.com, an internet powerhouse with over 200,000 pages of local business information and reviews, has just gone mobile. With the release of their new mobile app, users will be able to access the enormous amounts of city specific data Discover Our Town has accumulated over the last decade, all at the touch of a button.

Today Discoverourtown.com, an internet powerhouse with over 200,000 pages of local business information and reviews, has just gone mobile. With the release of their new mobile app, users will be able to access the enormous amounts of city specific data Discover Our Town has accumulated over the last decade, all at the touch of a button.

Discover Our Town has been the source for local business data for years. They’ve been one of the industry giants since the tech boom, and have continued to grow their site ever since. Originally a small directory, Discover our town now features a multitude of business resource, including user reviews, hotel suggestions, and more.
The companies’ been such a big player in the industry that a few years back even Google invited them out to speak at convention and learn new strategies for providing local business information to consumers in a way that’s both robust with information and yet intuitive, and easy to navigate.

The new phone app enables users a new way to tap into this data and quickly find information on local businesses such as the best local bed and breakfasts, which outlet malls to shop, and where to eat for dinner, all neatly organized in an app that can run on most smart phones, and is available at no cost to the user.

The idea is to bridge the gap between the small business and the consumer. If there’s a great local restaurant in Seattle, but you’re only visiting for a few nights, now you’ll know it’s there. With the new app you’ll be able to make informed snap decisions without ever having to drive down and check the place out yourself. If your business is not already listed then we recommend adding in now at http://www.discoverourtown.com/add/.

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