New Apps By Evernote – ‘Evernote Food’ and ‘Evernote Hello’ For iPhone & iPod Touch
No matter what OS platform I use, first app I need to remember everything is Evernote. It is available for my iPod touch, Windows Phone, PC & on web too.And this amazing team behind Evernote has announced the launch of two new apps last week – ‘Evernote Food’ and ‘Evernote Hello’. Both apps for iPhone and iPod touch are now available on the App Store. While Evernote Food App allows individuals to easily save and relive all of their favorite meals and food experiences, ranging from fine dining to home cooking to travel and exploration, Evernote Hello App makes it easy to remember people and shared experiences, as well as thoughts and impressions about encounters.
The app focuses on capturing all aspects of a meal as they happen using photography, location, text and photo captioning. A single meal in Evernote Food can contain as many photos, notes, tags and captions as a person wishes. When a meal is viewed, it automatically displays any notes created in other Evernote products around the same time as the meal, giving additional context to the food experience.
All the information about the meal is automatically synchronized with the Evernote Service, making it easy to find later within Evernote Food, as well as everywhere Evernote is installed.
“Many of our most important life experiences happen during a meal. More than just the food on the plate, it’s the conversations we have, the places we go and the people we’re with. Remembering that whole experience is what Evernote Food is all about,” said Phil Libin, CEO of Evernote. “Creating this app was a real pleasure because it brings together our passion for memory and our obsession with food. We can’t wait to hear what our users think of the latest addition to the Evernote family.”
How Can You Use Evernote Food ?
Evernote Food is meant to be used in a variety of ways:
- Meal memory: Capture all the dishes, drinks and atmosphere at a meal
- Recipes building: Track all the ingredients and steps in preparing a dish
- Restaurant reviews: Write personal reviews of restaurants
- Dieting: Manage food intake through photos and notes
- Traveling: Remember food adventures while traveling
The Evernote Food App is available for free from the App Store on iPhone and iPod touch or atwww.itunes.com/appstore. Also check out more details about the Evernote Food app are available on the Evernote blog and the video here.
Evernote Hello aims to modernize the standard greeting ritual. With the app, when two people meet, they exchange phones and quickly create a basic profile. Once added to Evernote Hello, individuals are displayed within a swipeable mosaic of faces.
When tapped, a face becomes a profile that displays a history of every encounter the two people have shared, along with other people who participated in the same meetings, location information and any related content from the user’s Evernote account such as notes and photos.
“The challenge with meeting new people is that we rarely remember all the critical information. We remember the face, but forget the name. We remember the name, but forget where we met. We remember the meeting, but forget the other participants. Evernote Hello is a modern fix to this classic frustration,” said Phil Libin, CEO of Evernote. “It is designed to work the way our brains are wired, with a focus on faces and experiences. I’m excited to never forget a person again.”
Evernote Hello is part of the Evernote family of products that help people remember all aspects of their lives. People and encounters captured in Evernote Hello are synchronized to the Evernote Service and made available on all computers, phones and tablets where the Evernote application is installed.
The Evernote Hello App is available for free from the App Store on iPhone and iPod touch or atwww.itunes.com/appstore. And for more details about the Evernote Food app are available on the Evernote blog and the video here.
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