The TGI Friday’s beta test for a new mobile app that tracks food prices is now live on the App Store, and the app’s popularity is soaring.
The app is based on the TGI Family Fare App, a data-driven app that lets people track their spending on grocery items from different retailers.
The new app allows people to compare prices from participating stores across the country and see which ones are selling the most.
The beta app is only available for iPhone and Android devices and has been available in the Apple App Store for a few months now, with the app only being available on a limited number of devices.
It’s also available on the Google Play store, with its pricing still being subject to change.
Apple’s app is not the only one to offer the app.
Last week, Starbucks also launched the app and began accepting beta testers for the app, which will allow the company to learn more about how the app will work and how it can help consumers.
Apple has not said how much it is charging for the beta app, or whether it plans to charge a fee for the service.
The TGI Food Beta app is available in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.