Quiet frankly, I was among those who were a bit surprised when Evernote release its Food app for iOS. I thought it was just a spur of the moment decision and that Evernote wouldn’t be putting too much attention to the app. But then I could be wrong as the said Food app for iOS just received a massive update with a plethora of new features that will encourage you to use the app more frequently.
Evernote Food for iOS is now in version 2.0 and with the update comes several new features including the ability to search recipe archives and look up and map places to eat. The app lets you explore thousands of recipes from your favorite food blogs and sites and then clip and save recipes you’d like to try into your “My Cookbook.” “My Cookbook” compiles all the recipes you’ve clipped in Evernote Food and you can use it to prepare recipes using your iPad or iPad Mini. Speaking of iPad, yes the app now has its own version optimized for your iPad or iPad Mini.
Other new features of Evernote Food app for iOS include the ability to discover new restaurants and save the ones you can’t wait to try, see all of your past meal locations displayed on a map, add cuisines to your meals or get them automatically when picking a suggested place, share meals easily using Facebook, email or copy the meal link and paste it anywhere, sync now button, and sync on Wi-Fi only options.
Overall, the update pushes Evernote Food app to the next level and establishes it as a serious iOS app geared for foodies and non-foodies alike. Evernote Food app for iOS is available now as a free download from the App Store. If you haven’t tried the app, now is the best time to do so.
Via [iTunes App Store]