NEW YORK, Dec. 9, 2018/PRNewswire-PRWeb/ – Sneakers Agency, an independent digital agency situated in Soho, New York, declared that it worked with The Infatuation to enable them to assume control responsibility for Zagat’s mobile apps from Google. In working with The Infatuation, Sneakers Agency went up against the intricate test of relocating the Zagat portable applications to another back-end benefit overseen by The Infatuation while protecting a consistent redesign understanding for Zagat mobile app users.
Christopher White, Founder/CEO at Sneakers Agency says, “Sneakers Agency was truly honored to be selected by The Infatuation to help them take over ownership of the Zagat mobile apps from Google. Zagat has always been a pioneer in providing diners with outstanding restaurant reviews.”
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About The Infatuation
The Infatuation brings you the most honest and trustworthy opinions on where to eat around the world. The Infatuation’s restaurant reviews and guides are all written by a small group of highly trained, highly opinionated writers and editors. They eat out a lot. More than they probably should.