Save tasty memories through Evernote Food

Dec 13, 2011
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The popular notebook service Evernote has branched out with the recent release of Evernote Food for iPhone and iPod Touch. Although Evernote Food won’t be ideal for users who like to automatically share their meals with friends, the app’s open flexibility makes it suitable for a variety of uses. In Evernote Food, users can snap […]

The popular notebook service Evernote has branched out with the recent release of Evernote Food for iPhone and iPod Touch. Although Evernote Food won’t be ideal for users who like to automatically share their meals with friends, the app’s open flexibility makes it suitable for a variety of uses.

In Evernote Food, users can snap (or upload from their library) a photo of a meal, set the location where it took place, tag it, and add notes — such as how it tasted, who you were with, or what you talked about while you ate. The interface of Evernote Food isn’t much of a deviation from other food social networks, but you will have to opt to manually share your Food entries via Facebook, Twitter or email if you want friends to know what you’ve recently tasted. I don’t see users of Evernote Food also uploading photos to Foodspotting or Forkly, so you won’t get the added benefit of seeing what other people have raved about at a particular restaurant.

If you’re OK with that sacrifice, what I like most about Evernote Food is its flexibility. Like Evernote suggests, you can use it to scrapbook everything you eat on a vacation, or you can use it to record a new recipe since entries can have multiple photos.  The possibilities are really endless — if you’re fond of the interface, you could even use the app to track non-food entries.

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Your entries will automatically sync with your Evernote web notebook, so you can savor the memories with little work.

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