Evernote Food, the iOS app for foodies that lets you keep a record of all the recipes and restaurants you want to remember, has received a major new update adding a number of neat new features. In addition to OpenTable reservations, users can now share recipes with their friends, enjoy better search results, and more.
With Evernote Food 2.1, you can add recipes from Evernote to Evernote Food’s “My Cookbook” section using a specified notebook or tag, making it even easier to keep track of your favorite meals. And if you want to share those recipes with your friends, you can do so via Facebook, Twitter, and email.
If you don’t fancy cooking tonight, Evernote Food will also help you find a great restaurant, and book a table. The latest version adds venue ratings from Foursquare, so you can find the best places to eat nearby, as well as OpenTable integration, so you can book without leaving the app.
Improvements have also been made to images and search. Meal images load more quickly, and you’ll now get improved search results for recipes and meals. Furthermore, you can now browse and search for recipes in Chinese and Japanese.
You’ll find Evernote Food 2.1 in the App Store now by hitting the source link below. As usual, the app is completely free.
Source: App Store.