On the home screen, we need to find the TripAdvisor tile
It has a green background, and in the middle is the TripAdvisor logo. This is a hypnotic owl with very large eyes. If TripAdvisor has not been pinned to the home screen, swipe left to find it in the Apps menu.
Swipe left until we arrive at the 'restaurants' section
It says 'restaurants' at the bottom in white writing, in a green rectangle. It will show three restaurants that are near our location. We can tap on any of those three restaurants to see their information page. To see the list, press down on the green bar that says 'restaurants'.
To look at the restaurants on the map, tap on the globe icon in a green circle
While using this feature, we can find restaurants in a neighborhood, or even on just one street. It's important to note that we must allow 'TripAdvisor' to access our current location on the first time opening the app.
We are in 'Tbilisi', but this map is not the best quality since 'Tbilisi' isn't a very popular location. When using these maps in a European city, they will be much better quality with more details and street names.
A picture, telephone number, an address, etc. If they are highlighted in green, we can press down on it to access it. For example, if we tap on the phone number, the Lumia 535 will try to call that number. It also shows a price range, which is '6-19 GPB' in this example. We can change the currency as well. To learn how to change the currency, refer to this article on VisiHow: http://visihow.com/Change_TripAdvisor_Currency_on_Microsoft_Lumia_535.
If we swipe left, we also have the 'reviews' section
Here, we can read the reviews written by individual customers. Tap on the icon in the bottom right to leave a review. It's a green speech bubble with a plus sign inside of a circle. This is the icon to add a review.