We are almost done building out a Kosher application for the iPhone. Here are some screen captures. Note, we get our data from a new site named notjustgefilte.com and they have over 2,000 records in their database. They are constantly adding more and this application should add a ton to their database. Here are the screens:

Start Screen:
Kosher iPhone App

Nearest Kosher Restaurants to my current location (uses GPS):
Kosher iPhone App

Search for specific locations, like where I am going now:
Kosher iPhone App

Kosher Restaurant detail view (we will make it prettier):
Kosher iPhone App

Kosher Symbols database:
Kosher iPhone App

Kosher Symbols detail page:
Kosher iPhone App

Blessings for before and after you eat:
Kosher iPhone App

Yes, there are more blessings when you scroll down.

Also, there will be a favorites section, I just didn’t show it.

We hope to release it shortly.

Website Comments

  1. Kosher Man
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    I can’t wait for this app….I really need a Kosher Mexican Restaurant or something in the Gramercy Area

  2. Simcha
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    I hope that it includes Canada as well as the US.

    Does it go down to the detail level? ie for porridge say Mezonos

  3. Barry Schwartz
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    Simcha,

    It includes whatever notjustgefilte.com has in their database. FYI, if it is missing places, you add them, it gets added to the database. A real social like app that will greatly expand over time.

    It does not tell you what bracha to say for which types of food.

  4. Dimitri Frederickx
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    Hi,

    I’ve went through your screenshots, and I saw something very interesting. In your detail view you print out the name of the restaurant, address, tags, ratings, etc. I’m trying to create an iPhone app that has also a detail view, but then with a lot of text. My detail view should look like the one in the “App Store” application on the iPhone: scroll view with dynamic data, so I don’t hava a fixed height .

    I was wondering how you created your detail view. Is it scrollable, and is your height dynamic. If so, can you help me of creating such a view. It would mean a lot to me.

    Kind regards,
    Dimitri

  5. Dimitri Frederickx
    Reply

    Hi,

    I’ve went through your screenshots, and I saw something very interesting. In your detail view you print out the name of the restaurant, address, tags, ratings, etc. I’m trying to create an iPhone app that has also a detail view, but then with a lot of text. My detail view should look like the one in the “App Store” application on the iPhone: scroll view with dynamic data, so I don’t hava a fixed height .

    I was wondering how you created your detail view. Is it scrollable, and is your height dynamic. If so, can you help me of creating such a view. It would mean a lot to me.

    Kind regards,
    Dimitri

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