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AI-powered food app Obvlo launches in Austin this week, connecting locals to restaurants, bars and cafes based on their personal taste profile, replacing generic review sites.

Obvlo does not process any orders, but connects to all existing catering outlets in the market and all their ordering or booking methods. This gives them more coverage than any comparable service while helping local businesses avoid further third-party charges.

Founder of Obvlo, Callum McPhersonmentioned:
“There are over a billion restaurant searches on Google every month, but what we’re not getting is personalization. I don’t just want to know what’s near me, I want to know if I’m going to like it, if my friends have been and liked it and how I get it. We’re all different and shouldn’t have to rely on a generic repertoire or reviews from strangers.

Obvlo asks for your preferences and combines them with your activity, location and other factors to create an individual taste profile. What you see then is based on you rather than the places that paid for the top spots, as is the case on other apps.

Anthony of @thehungrylonghornAustin Food Blogger said:
“It’s great that Obvlo is coming to the US because for a very long time restaurant owners have been looking for a way to promote their brand and sell food without having to lose a huge chunk of their revenue to the big guys. I appreciate how carefully they created this app with owners first.”

Callum continued:
“We chose Austin as our first base outside of Scotland because of the strong sense of culture and tight-knit community. It reminds us Edinburghanother cultural capital, and the city where we started this journey.”

CONTACT: Callum McPherson, [email protected]447791980373