Evernote announced that it offering its service apps for Android and iOS, which helps people to share recipes and easy to book restaurants reservations will no longer be supported as of September 30, when the company shut down recipes app. Evernote first come in service in 2011, now the Android and iOS platform was a food- focused complement to Evernote main note clipping service.
Evernote Food probably was not the only single best recipe management tool in the market, unless the other dedicated cooking apps was built on the flexible and agnostic Evernote service. Before it ends support for its food app, you should make sure that all the data you have saved on that account is backed up in your device.
Evernote let you access to search a selection of surprisingly good recipe blogs with a straight from the app. Many of the users can keep accessing food if they have downloaded the applications, the company did say certain changes within them soon will not work anymore which also includes syncing with Evernote.
Evernote Food application was bound to make its way to the iPad at some point. Evernote has completely redesigned the app in version two-dot-oh, making it easier for all the iOS users to clip and save recipes as well as help keep track of recently visited restaurants without even having to step out of the session.
Loss of Evernote Friendly App
However, the loss of Evernote gourmet friendly app means that users will lose a smart tool for searching hundreds of recipes, as well as the ability to create a restaurant wish list and make reservation via OpenTable. Of course it is possible that the rapid growths of other apps that serve these purposes are to blame for the lost of Evernote Food.
Food’s most popular features were clipping recipes and snapping photos of meals. Today, our core Evernote apps and Evernote Web Clipper have evolved to do both of these things very well. If you enjoyed using Food, please giveWeb Clipper a spin for collecting recipes and capturing your favourite meal experiences.
Evernote founder Phil Libin was succeeded as CEO by ex-Googler Chris O’Neill last month, and the new man at the top appears to be wasting little time making his mark after Evernote announced that it would cease support for its food app. But beneath that, it gave structure to the one thing I would actually dowith Evernote up until that point to clip recipes from websites and save them to cook later.
According to company opinion, if you satisfied and enjoyed using Food app, please give Web Clipper a spin for collecting recipes and cooking inspiration and you can try this Evernote for capturing some of your favourite meal experiences. The company provide an App Center Food Collection which is also featuring Evernote integrated food centric app.
We are very much appreciating your continuous support for all our apps and expecting our association with a long term goal. We are confident, that you will find the features and functionality you liked best in food in Evernote and though our App Center integrated apps. We are contributing our best effort by focusing on market demands, our talented developers works more effectively on our core products.
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