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Dine-O-Matic for iPhone

Dine-O-Matic, a fun new iPhone app that selects from your favorite places to eat when you just can’t make up your mind.

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Announcing Dine-O-Matic 2!

Announcing the release of Dine-O-Matic v 2.0 for Mac OS X with all new features including price filters, ratings & more!

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Dine-O-Matic Icons On Special!

Have all of the fun of Dine-O-Matic's many cuisine types right on your desktop with this fun, free icon set!

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Gobble! Gobble!

As the workers head off to the four corners of the country for the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday, we wish you safe travels!

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...Give Me Something Good To Eat!

David Lanham cooks up something special for the kiddos this Halloween with his freeware icon set - Eat Me.

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Dine-O-Matic Icons

Icons from our popular Dine-O-Matic widget

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Eat Me

Hungry desktop folder icons for Halloween.

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Summertime Snacks

Icons of some favorite, yummie summer time treats.

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