The rise of social media sites like Instagram and Pinterest have shifted consumers to be far more responsive to visual cues, which is what the 'Eatick' app looks to offer. The app works by allowing restaurants to offer diners with access to their menu in a visual format rather than just being able to view the text version. This works to help consumers know what they might be in for if they opt to eat at a certain restaurant rather than taking shot in the dark.
The 'Eatick' app speaks to the growing consumer preference to know what they're in for before making the commitment to maximize all of their choices, especially when it comes to things like dining out and shopping.
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