Evernote Food reaches version 2.0 and brings us some new features

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We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again. The Evernote team does one heck of a job at making our lives simpler. Evernote Food, again, is no different. We initially loved it for its ability to catalog the food aspect of our lives. From recipes we would love to try to restaurants that have caught our attention, Evernote Food is a good way of keeping track of those experiences. Well good got better, and simple became simpler as version 2.0 continues to make cataloging food fun and convenient. It brings:

• Explore Recipes – Thousands of recipes from the best food sites to browse, search, and save.
• My Cookbook – Recipes you save in the app, plus ones you’ve clipped or saved in Evernote, show up here, making them easy to find from any device.
• Restaurants – A location-based list and map view of restaurants that lets you clip and save the ones you want to try and see all the spots you’ve visited.
• My Meals – A photographic journey through all of your past meals and food adventures.

If food is a big part of your life, or something that you love, this app is for you. You can check out the preview video or gallery for the app after the break. We also have the Play Store link and QR Code for you to follow to download the app. Every food aficionado should have this app. Even if you’re just a lover of all things edible, this app is a must. Enjoy!


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Track & Share Your Dining Experiences with Evernote Food For Android

 

Evernote continues to work hard at making our lives easier and Evernote Food is no exception. Evernote Food is a chronicle of sorts. It is a cool way to keep track of the restaurants where you have eaten and what meals you enjoyed so you can do it again at a later date yourself or with friends. This also enables you to make recommendations later. Now, where was that place we liked so well with the great salmon dish? You saved it in Evernote Food so it’s right at your fingertips. Oh yeah… The opening screen displays a place setting – plate, knife, and fork. You click on the plus sign at the upper right corner to add a meal. You can add location, photos, notes, and then share if you so choose. You can even email it. Evernote Food syncs up with your regular Evernote account so you will always have it handy. Check out the download link below as well as the QR code for an added convenience.  Feel free to let us know what you think of the app in the comments below.  Bon appétit !

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Play Store Download Link