Resy app users express frustration with various issues such as map not showing restaurants, cancellations due to bot detection, poor user interface, difficulty in making reservations, and lack of filtering options. Bots booking reservations, inability to log in or create new accounts, and glitches are also mentioned. Users compare Resy unfavorably with OpenTable and express disappointment with recent app updates. The app is criticized for limited search capabilities, lack of information on restaurants, and scrambled display on iPad. Overall, users find Resy's app experience lacking and prefer alternative options.Best for
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I wish there were a way to add a screenshot
It’s all scrambled on the iPad app.
The keyboard covers the dates etc. They run on top of each other
I deleted it and downloaded again- no use
This app is not good. Not user friendly, also not synced with the Resy website.
Why can’t you create a decent app in 2023? The association with Amex fine dining makes it sound that the service is impeccable, but you need to go to the website or call Amex.
It doesn’t show anything in the map within the app even though there are a lot of restaurants when searched online on the Resy website
The app is generally pretty good, but I should be able to filter the map to locations saved on my Hit List. It’s also not super clear which locations are part of Global Dining Access, even if there’s nothing available for when I’m looking for, I wish I could see all of the participating restaurants in my area.
Constantly has glitches. Sometimes it doesn’t allow you to search by area. It always resets the moment you move to a different area. Shocked by how poor of an app this is.
This app is rubbish as it doesn’t allow users to book reservations within 2.5 hours window. Sometimes I just want to book a reservation for dinner and a bar for drink after dinner but it won’t allow you to do so. At least it should tell you what time interval is allowed if two reservations is too close.
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