by Joe White
June 13, 2013
Foodily, the free recipe-sharing app for iPhone, has been updated to version 2.6. Now, users of the application are able to swipe at their timeline in order to view particular categories (such as vegetarian, gluten-free, and more), a "Recipe Helper" is on hand to create "intelligent lists for common recipes," and a number of bug fixes and performance improvements have also been made. As developer Foodily explains in its app's release notes, changes include:
For those unfamiliar with the application, Foodily allows users to find, store, and share digital recipes on an iPhone or iPod touch. You can also follow select "Food Friends," such as celebrity chefs, and have the option of creating personalized lists in the application for weekly meals, dinner parties, and special occasions. At the moment, Foodily is available to download free of charge in the App Store, and is optimized for the iPhone and iPod touch. Take a look at the recently updated application now, or for more of today's app news, see: Need A Physics-Based Puzzler To Cling To? Cling Thing Is Just The Thing For You, Enter The School Of Scares With Monsters, Inc. Run's "Monsters University" Update, and Watch "Awkward," "Teen Wolf" And Other MTV Shows On Your iDevice With MTV 2.0.
- Swipe to sort your feed: vegetarian, gluten-free, quick, desserts, vegan, slow cooker and more for easier meal planning and discovery.
- Add Recipe Helper instantly creates an ingredient list for common recipes. Adjust the list for your personal recipe.
- New Tastemakers to follow including Celiac Chicks, Abe’s Market and Framed Cooks.
- Speed and performance improvements.
Foodily Recipe Sharing with Friends