Fri Nov 08, 2019 10:44 am
Kevintiobraid wrote:My own preference is only to have the type of store for supermarkets, e.g. Tesco Metro or just Supervalu, rather than the town or location name as well. It gets a bit unwieldy otherwise. The street and town will always appear in the search results, as seen in Yanis's screenshot, so you will have reassurance that you are going to the right one. Tesco Metro Ashbourne could be an alternative name.
For hotels, its always helpful to have the full name as given by the hotel, Jurys Inn Parnell Street.
Sat Nov 09, 2019 7:38 pm
YanisKyr wrote:davidg666 wrote:One thing I need to check out (to firm up my opinion) is what Carplay shows in search results - it might not be as useful as what's shown on the phone. I'll check at the weekend and report back...
It would be interesting to see how Android Auto shows stuff. I've never ever used it myself, haven't even seen it in action.
YanisKyr wrote:davidg666 wrote:About the spreadsheet: Yanis, can you enable suggestions? The chain name for Aldi is "Aldi", not "ALDI".
Actual chain name for Aldi is ALDI - that's how they call themselves. Not sure I get you here.
Sun Nov 17, 2019 12:03 pm
YanisKyr wrote:One more thing to consider, is that if we add the locality we'll end up with towns looking like a canvas of their own name - Ashbourne Garda, Tesco Ashbourne, Lidl Ashbourne, Aldi Ashbourne, Dunnes Ashbourne etc. The town name will repeat multiple times in the app when the only useful element is the brand.
Mon Dec 02, 2019 6:42 am
YanisKyr wrote:@David, did you get a chance to test Android Auto more?
Wed Jan 15, 2020 9:32 am
YanisKyr wrote:Carplay, I have to remind myself that some people don't use Android
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