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| July 25, 2013
Take Mouthwatering Photos With Evernote Food's New Food Light And Image Filters
These days, the order among foodies seems to be "shoot first, eat later." Apparently in consideration of this, Evernote has just updated its Evernote Food app with a couple of major new features aimed at helping users take great photos of food. First, Evernote Food now boasts a little something called food light. Food light does away with the need to use flash in low-light conditions, which often undesirably results in grainy or washed out images. To use food light, just tap the light bulb icon when you're snapping a photo in My Meals. You can toggle the feature on or off in order to see what your photo looks like either way. If you can't see the video embedded above, please click here. Second, and perhaps more notably, Evernote Food now comes with a set of image filters à la Instagram. These filters enhance your photos to make your meals even more mouthwatering and worth sharing. You can apply filters in real time by tapping your image thumbnails from the camera screen, or you can apply filters to your images after creating a meal note. As a bonus, the new version of Evernote Food introduces an image rotation function. Now, you can rotate images in any of your My Meals notes by tapping the appropriate option next to the image filters. The new version of Evernote Food is available now in the App Store for free. The app is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 6.0 or later. The newly updated app also delivers seasonal recipe features and a refreshed design for meal and restaurant notes. Just last week, the main iOS app of Evernote was updated with a number of notable new features, including Shortcuts and Skitch integration. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]