Starting point

Yelp opens up to a simple icon-based dashboard. From here, you can see your profile, friends, check-ins, deals, or start a keyword search. Read full review
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Search filters

With Yelp's incredible database, it's a bit disappointing that the app only comes with three filters (price, distance, and Open Now). In future versions, I'd love to see the ability to filter by neighborhood or by specific amenities. Read full review
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Scope your profile

From the Yelp app, you can view your profile, but you can't edit it. Read full review
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Explore menus

Yelp's newest feature lets you explore the menus of select restaurants, right from within the app's interface. No more navigating to Web sites or downloading PDF files. Read full review
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Submit photos

Yelp for Android lets you view, Like, and even submit your own photos to a restaurant's or business' page. Read full review
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Augmented reality

Yelp's Monocle is a neat feature that overlays ratings and other pertinent information on your camera view. Unfortunately, it can sometimes point you in the wrong direction. Read full review
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Keep track of deals

From Yelp's Deals screen, you can see check-in deals nearby and those you have saved up from previous check-ins. Read full review
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