Whatsinit? uses an extensive and constantly-growing database of more than 25 food categories to help users quickly and clearly understand exactly what’s in their food. The app is available at no cost from the App Store and Google Play, and there is no in-app advertising.
Pepperjelly, one of the most unique apps dedicated to food discovery, today announced its expansion to all major cities across the nation. After a successful soft launch in Los Angeles, Pepperjelly extends its reach from “La-La-Land” to Chicago, New York City, Miami, and beyond.
New App Decide-N-Dine from HOMic, LLC is the fun, fast, and aesthetically pleasing way to find open restaurants at any time. DnD will only show open restaurants; with about half a million restaurants to search through, over 80 cuisines to filter by, and one by one random restaurant ideas, users will be able to find where and what to eat.
Developed by FoodSpect Technologies Incorporated, FoodSpect provides up-to-date inspection data right from the health inspectors and into the hands of the consumers where it belongs. Available now for iPhone and Android devices.
Chefling resembles kitchen life of families in one powerful, yet easy-to-use app with three features: the easiest home inventory management system that synced across devices, a beautiful shopping list, and a smart cookbook that suggests recipes based on available ingredients. Available now at no-cost from the App Store.
Smap from Grain Inc. introduces an innovative social aspect into the recommendation process, by capturing and curating the places that people and their friends love – and putting them all in one place. The new no-cost app is available from the App Store.
An old Italian proverb advises people to “mangiare per vivere e non vivere per mangiare” — which translates as “eat to live and not live to eat”. And while this is indeed wise counsel, the folks who came up with this recommendation would surely make an exception for those who download the brilliant new iPhone and iPad app Italian Yummy: Every day a new recipe.
People who want to significantly reduce the amount of money they spend on food, cut down on the amount of food-related waste they produce, and transform their kitchen into a veritable stockroom for hundreds or even thousands of cooking ideas, can now head to the App Store and download the new version 1.2 of Paul Saxby’s remarkable no-cost app Make-A-Meal.