For starters, Evernote Food 2.0 brings native iPad support. Yes, Evernote‘s standalone app aimed at helping you “remember the food you love” is now optimized for iPad and iPad mini as well as for iPhone and iPod touch.
But perhaps a more important improvement delivered by the 2.0 update is the app’s remarkable new design — a design that was borne out of the realization of the app’s potential for more.
“Evernote Food was great at capturing the grand finale of the meal — all the dishes, the people, the ambiance — but what about the inspiration?” says the Evernote team. “What about the process of discovering a recipe or choosing the restaurant? So we went back to the drawing board and rethought Evernote Food from scratch. The result is one of the most beautiful, fun and complete food applications ever.”
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Indeed, Evernote Food 2.0 is one of the best food apps out there.
It features a delightful new interface that puts forward four new main sections to enhance your food experiences:
- 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 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 places you’ve visited.
- My Meals – A photographic journey through all of your past meals and food adventures.
Also including improved sync options, Evernote 2.0 is available now in the App Store for free.