Savored is a local reservations and discount app for restaurants that promises to save you up to 40% off your bill. So, if your human, like to eat and enjoy cheaper food this app is probably worth your time.
Savored is a cross between a reservation and discount app; it’s like LivingSocial and Opentable had a baby. Usually, I’d call bullshit on an app like this since most of these savings apps are too sensational for them to actually save you money. Savored, however, has the backing of both Opentable and Zagat, which gives the app more than it’s fair share of credibility.
Savored is fantastic, but also a double edged sword. On the one hand, Savored is a well put together app that makes sense. Here’s how it works: You use Savored to book a reservation at a restaurant and because you save a certain amount on your bill because this particular restaurant had empty tables. The restaurant gets some business or, at the very least, free advertising and you, the user, get a pretty sweet discount.
So what’s the bad news? The app will only work in a handful of cities and chances are that you don’t live one of them. It’s similar to the deal with the Google Offers apps in that the app is so new that it’s hard make it local.
Actually, Yeah. What’s cool about Savored is that instead of speaking the droll, vague language of “saving money” that most marketing people spin, Savored is about specifics. Show up at Ruth’s Chris Steak at 7:00PM? That’s 30% off your bill. What’s even cooler in my mind is that restaurants can select different amounts of depending on what time you make your reservation. It’s just a smart app. It’s a smart idea and, by the Power of Greyskull, I like it.
Savored’s concept is wrapped up in a beautiful app and is as easy to look at as it is to use.
Savored: The Wrap Up
If you happen to live in one of the cities where Savored has restaurants you should absolutely download this app. I mean, who doesn’t love to make quick reservation and save cash on their bill? No one I know.