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Evernote Food Wants You to Remember Everything Tasty with their New App

Evernote is in the business of helping you remember everything that goes on in your busy life. One thing that we can all agree on no matter how busy we are is food. Evernote is looking to help you remember that awesome recipe you had last week with their new Food application. You can snap pictures of the food and apply all the ingredients to said picture to make everything easy. 

You can share meals through Facebook and Twitter and browse through meals if you’re searching for a specific one. And of course it all ties into your already existing Evernote account to make life easy. It’s also a nifty little way of keeping track of your food intake if you’re looking to lose a few pounds. Another good addition to Evernote’s application portfolio. Who’s going to share their greasiest, unhealthiest meal with us?

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  • Apostrafee

    I would like to see different beers added like different micro breweries and such…pretty good idea

    • subiedude85

      I agree with the beer and think it child also work for other fine things like cigars and wine. I already keep a log of the cigars I smoke on evernote but it is a hassle to format the note manually each time.

    • usnmustanger

      Try http://untappd.com/. Should meet your needs just fine. A bit rough around the edges, but perfectly suitable and functional for what you’re looking for.

  • So now Foodspotting has additional competition?

    • usnmustanger

      YES! I’ve been thinking this exact same thing, and it seems nobody on any of the bazillion blog entries about this has mentioned it.
      For those who don’t know, here’s an article about Foodspotting from August of last year:
      The one big advantage the EN-Food app has is its Evernote integration. However, since I don’t use EN, this doesn’t matter to me. And since I have no desire to tweet/share to facebook everything I eat, that integration is meaningless to me as well. All I need is a well made, online/offline “gourmet food diary” of sorts. I’ve really enjoyed Foodspotting for this.

      • Agreed, whats your name on foodspotting? Ill follow you 🙂

  • Sigh

    What a colossal waste of time. The frequency of times that I wish I could remember what that was that I ate is vanishingly small and overwhelmingly not worth the time it would take to record everything I eat. If I don’t record everything I eat, then there’s no point in using this app at all.

    And the social aspect of it? Who gives a damn what I ate for dinner? Seriously, how many people really care?

    I’m getting real tired of major brands pushing useless shit and internet media running with the ball they were told to like.

  • Is it going to get to the point where everything we do in our lives, from picking our nose to eating a cracker, must be documented online for everything to experience with us?

    A friend of mine posted a picture of the chicken tacos he ate for lunch the other day on facebook. I mean seriously?!?!

    • AlexKCMO

      It’s called a conversation starter. Instead of telling people about those chicken tacos, he can also show them.

      Now if he started doing this with every meal he ate, even including the less than glamorous ones, like Taco Bell… then I’d be a bit concerned.

      • Personally, I’d be more inclined to join a conversation about Taco Bell. I LOVE TACO BELL!!!

    • MrEnglish

      Oh thank God I’m not the only one thinking this. Depending on the person, this whole social BS can get quite annoying. Particularly in the hands of todays youth.

  • Rick

    And ya wonder why 2/3 of American adults are obese.

    • I don’t think there is a direct link between Evernote Food and obesity in America lol

      • MrEnglish

        There will be when they start using this app! 🙂

    • Because a love of food automatically makes you obese . . .