Apple’s latest and greatest smartphones are more than a month old now, but many popular apps have not yet refreshed to take advantage of the bigger 4.7 and 5.5-inch canvases with more pixels (the price you pay for being an early adopters). Yelp is feeling your pain, too.
Monday, they issued a long awaited update to Yelp’s iOS app for crowd-sourced reviews about local businesses.
Yes, it has native display support for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, but that’s not all: there’s a new Directions button to help take you from A to B in a more efficient manner, by telling you how long it’ll take to walk or drive to the business.
The update has rolled and is now live in the App Store.
Yelp 8.7 changelog:
- For you early adopters with the new iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus, it’s time to get pumped. The Yelp app is now optimized for your fancy new phones.
- You’re going to love our new Directions button which tells you just how long it’ll take to walk or drive to the business.
Yelp is compatible with the iPhone and iPad and requires iOS 7.0 or later.