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Chicago, IL – A new mobile application for Apple iPhone users, BBB Search, allows Business Reviews and other information from the Better Business Bureau (BBB) to be available on the go.

More than four million companies are covered internationally by BBB Business Reviews. This includes over 120,000 businesses in the Chicago and northern Illinois region.

The iPhone app can be downloaded for free at the App Store under “BBB Search”.

One key benefit of the iPhone app is information and graphics are shown in a larger, more user-friendly format.

Features of the new BBB iPhone app include: search capability for businesses and charities; access to BBB Business Reviews; information about the BBB’s vision, mission and values; FAQs and support. BBB Business Reviews also highlight if a company is an Accredited Business with the BBB.

With the BBB Search iPhone app, businesses and charities can be found by name phone number or web address. It also allows users to add Business Reviews to a Favorites list, store business information to their iPhone contacts and share a link for Business Reviews through email, Twitter or Facebook.

Users with other smartphones may still find BBB Business Reviews and connect to the BBB website on their phone’s internet browsers by going to m.bbb.org

To find more information on businesses you can trust, and to find easy business referrals visit www.bbb.org

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