If you add the zip code before or after the business name, like Starbucks 94133, you're much more likely to get the business you want. If you don't know the zip, you can put in city state instead.
No, that doesn't work either for the example I gave above. It still offers me "Did you mean..." and the addresses in Indiana. My point is, this isn't fool prove. If they added a proper "business search" to the iPhone it would be a plus in my mind. Plus, I find Google's listings to be somewhat inaccurate and often out of date compared to say, Superpages.com.
If they added a proper "business search" to the iPhone it would be a plus in my mind. Plus, I find Google's listings to be somewhat inaccurate and often out of date compared to say, Superpages.com.
Given the versatility, ease, and convenience of the iPhone, I can live with limitations such as "somewhat" and "often."
My shopping habits for goods and services generally do not include -- and can do without -- fly-by-night joints whose customer presence is dependent on the world knowing their rapidly changing coordinates on a real-time basis. (In the event that it is a particular good or service that I do desperately need which I cannot find out by a simple phone call, I can also usually find alternatives -- e.g., a Dunkin Donuts instead of a Starbucks for my espresso).
After having my phone for about a month now, I've had some negatives about the phone.
Does anybody else find many of these widgets a "waste of space"? I think they all look very cool, BUT there are some apps that would come in more handy. Seeing the list of POSSIBLE new apps really bugged me because I think there are already enough apps that I don't use.
If you are going to clog my iphone with actual apps, make them useful or let me remove them or hide them.
I maybe could see the translation app being useful if you were visiting another country, but the iPhone will not work yet anywhere else.\
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From names it is possible to assume, that the first of them represents the converter of various units of measurements, the second widget - address books variant, the third widget for translation of text, the fourth - World time.
The biggest attention atract the fifth widget - Mobile radio. Certainly, to receive FM-radio it would be quite good, but, most likely, it is about a support of Internet radio, which is present for a long time in iTunes.