Toptable has unveiled a new and improved Android app, providing diners with an enhanced booking experience at more than 4,000 restaurants across the UK.
The company – owned by OpenTable, Inc – stated that the number of restaurant bookings made on handheld devices continues to soar, with as many as 28% of all Toptable bookings made on mobile during the second quarter of 2013.
The new Toptable app arrives at a perfect time, then, enabling users to search for available tables in a specific neighbourhood using geolocation, and then make a booking which is instantly confirmed – taking the uncertainty out of the whole process.
“We are especially pleased to bring improved functionality and efficiency to our dining community using Android mobile devices to make bookings on the go,” said Mike Xenakis, Managing Director, OpenTable International. “Finding and booking a great restaurant for any occasion is quick and simple with the new toptable Android app,” he added.
Toptable has also added the function to discover restaurants using the ‘Great Tables’ feature. Diners can refine their search by location, cuisine, price and special offers, and also view mobile optimised menus and browse through photos of popular dishes.
The toptable app for Android is part of the company’s growing suite of mobile products including apps for iOS, Windows Phone 8 and a mobile optimised website.
To check out the new Android features, download Toptable for free now via Google Play. We’d also love to know what you think of it, so let us know in the comments section.