Sometimes when we go to a restaurant, we may look at the menu, but do not wish to take the time to enter the restaurant
What it does
Foogle uses location tracking to find nearby restaurants and automatically links the user to their menus, without the need for users to take the time to enter the multiple restaurants or search for their menus online. Users can also click on their menu and go to their website. Restaurants sign up for the service.
How I built it
We used Android Studio to develop the android app. We used Parse for the Backend.
Challenges I ran into
We were unable to include push notifications, but decided that this was an extraneous portion of the app, as people would not need notifications outside the use of this app
What I learned
We learned a lot about using Java through the use of Android Studio, as well as designing logos and images in Illustrator.
What's next for Foogle
We hope to add options for the user to choose certain criteria for restaurants they want to eat at. These include options for price range, vegetarian or gluten-free options, and average customer review.