Launching first on iOS, the updated Zagat app features a refreshed logo and new look-and-feel, as well as features that tailor the app to the individual user. Before today’s refresh, the app had a massively outdated user interface that made it seem like a holdover from an earlier era on mobile. Effectively, it seemed like the Zagat app had been abandoned following Google’s acquisition, which was primarily focused on beefing up Google’s own local reviews with Zagat’s data. The company first used Zagat to overhaul its Google+ Local efforts at a time when it was hoping to turn Google+ into a Facebook competitor where business owners would claim and operate their own pages. Get the full story at TechCrunch