CityMint just announced a new way of ordering food before you get there – simply visit their mobile-ready web page, click what you want on their menu, and the cooks will get going. Not only that, it’s also a great way to find new joints in your area. Right now the pilot program is just in San Francisco, but could easily save time on waiting for a tables and grub once it spreads to other major cities like New York and L.A. Owners can get their restaurants registered quickly and easily, and anyone in San Francisco can head on over to m.citymint.com on their BlackBerry’s browser to see what’s cookin’.
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If you’re a chocolate connoisseur, you might be interested in this new offering from Godiva. Godiva Chocolatier brings the Godiva catalog right to your BlackBerry, giving you access to the entire assortment of tasty treats from wherever you happen to be. It also integrates with your address book, allowing you to quickly send a package to anyone you know. Point your phone to http://www.godiva.com/mobile/default.aspx to download the app.
AllBlackBerry has got their mitts on some new software called Fast Food Calorie Counter, which stores the information of over 3,000 food items across 29 fast food restaurants. The data includes, calories, fiber, fat, carbs and proteins. Yeah, I know what you’re thinking: “If you’re on a diet and counting calories, maybe you should just steer clear of the fast food places altogether…?” It makes sense, but we all have our vices. In fact, this could be the weapon of choice for nagging wives trying to get their husbands to cut down the cholesterol levels. For a mere $10, you can get in on the guilt-tripping number-crunching.