It’s been a few months since Evernote launched Evernote Food (free), but today the app has received its first update, which brings some major changes.
For those unfamiliar with the app, Evernote Food lets you capture and share memorable meals, whether they’re at a restaurant, or right at home. Once you deem a meal worthy of documenting, you take a photo of your meal, add a title, location, tags, and other notes about the experience. Of course, you can share your experiences via Facebook, Twitter, and email. Evernote Food also integrates with Evernote’s note-taking service, meaning your dining experiences can be accessed and viewed from all your supported devices.
As stated in the app’s release notes, version 1.1 of Evernote Food brings these great new features:
- Update the date and time of any meal from the new Meal Date screen; great for making meals from images on your camera roll
- New Place Search allows you to easily find a restaurant or geographic location
- My Places’ feature allows you to create and store custom places, such as “Home” or “Grandma’s House”
- New map feature lets you view and edit any place location
- Meal Search lets you quickly find any meal
- Sync status badge on new and edited meals shows whether a meal has synced to Evernote
- Improved sync between Evernote Food and Evernote
- If you use Evernote on iOS, then you can sign into Evernote Food with one click
- New thumbnail image transitions in meal list display more of your meal memories
- Localized to support: Spanish, German, Finnish, French, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Thai, Chinese (simplified), Chinese (traditional), Indonesian, Turkish, Malay
- Improved Facebook sharing
- Photo resolution optimized for new iPad Retina Display
- Numerous bug fixes and performance improvements
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Evernote Food is available for free in the App Store. These new features are sure to impress, so get out there and start eating! Have you been using the app since its launch?