Tool for restaurants makes menus iPhone-ready

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Between five and 20 percent of the traffic visiting the average restaurant’s website does so from a mobile phone, meaning that the PDF menus offered by so many establishments are typically not viewable. Whereas companies like Blue Shoe Mobile Solutions are tackling that problem with custom, branded iPhone apps for every restaurant, Ohio-based Mobile Hunger is taking a different approach by offering a web-based tool that simply converts a restaurant’s menu into a mobile-ready site with native interaction.

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