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A Refreshed No-Surcharge App has been launched

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A Refreshed No-Surcharge App has been launched

With more and more people wanting to dine out over public holidays but being put off by the 15-20% surcharges implemented at some restaurants, bars and café'sLittleMonkey developed a No-Surcharge app which was a huge success. The app has had great feedback from customers and those in the hospitality industry. LittleMonkey however decided there is always room for improvement and thought up new ideas for the app.

The newly refreshed app provides a updated list of places to eat, drink and takeaway from that will not add extra costs to your purchase. With a new native map feature the app gives you pin point locations of restaurants, bars and café's that are listed on the LittleMonkey directory. The app search is faster than before and also allows you to search offline while you are out and about making it more effective for everyone and anyone with a mobile device to use. Another handy feature to this app is that it allows customers to add any businesses they come across that are not already loaded in the directory.

LittleMonkey hopes with this app it will help spread the word and boost awareness of local businesses that apply No-Surcharge over public holidays and encourage people to make the most of dining out over the long weekends.
The free No-Surcharge app is available to download from Google Play and Apple App Store.

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