Just a couple of weeks after its last major update, Evernote Food has already received another notable update.

Evernote Food is Evernote’s standalone app that seeks to help you “remember the food you love.” Specifically, the app lets you discover and save recipes and restaurant details as well as chronicle your life in gastronomic photos.

And thanks to its latest update, it’s now easier to find the recipes, restaurants, and photos you want.

That’s because the update adds the ability to search the Web right from the app for new recipes to clip into your My Cookbook collection.

It also adds directions to restaurants from the venue details screen in the app.

In addition, it brings pinch-to-zoom support for viewing photos in meal notes you’ve created.

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Aside from those improvements, the new update includes support for viewing saved recipes as Word documents and for exploring, clipping, and sharing recipes from Evernote’s new Russian recipe partner, Ovkuse.

Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 6.0 or later, the new version of Evernote Food is available now in the App Store for free.

A couple of days ago, the official iOS app of Evernote also received a new update, which added a much-requested feature: reminders.