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Friday, June 4, 2010

Announcing the Free SF Weekly iPhone App, The Definitive Guide to S.F. ― You're Welcome.

Posted By on Fri, Jun 4, 2010 at 2:32 PM

It's Friday night. Everywhere in the city is packed because there's some tech convention in town and not even the communal table at Nopa is open. Fear not, dear reader, SF Weekly is here to help. We're excited to announce the launch of the SF Weekly iPhone app -- SF Weekly has always been your essential guide for where to go, where to eat, and what to do, and now we have, well, an app for that.

click to enlarge THE FINEST IN DINING.
  • The finest in dining.


Finally you can get all of our hot tips, the newest places, and best restaurants on your iPhone. For free (we love that word). The app features over 200 concert and event listings sortable by date, nearby and by neighborhood, plus over 2000 easy-to-search restaurant listings including Editor's Picks by our critics, John Birdsall and Jonathan Kauffman.

You can also keep up on the latest happenings in S.F. with our "Last Night" event and nightlife coverage and slideshows, available by 9 a.m. most mornings. Download it here or search "SF Weekly" in the app store. Check out the images below for a sample of what you'll find:

click to enlarge THE FINEST IN DINING.
  • The finest in dining.





click to enlarge THE HOTTEST HAPPENINGS.
  • The hottest happenings.

click to enlarge AND A PLETHORA OF SLIDESHOWS, COVERING IT ALL.
  • And a plethora of slideshows, covering it all.





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