Social-cooking app Allthecooks has the No. 1 app on the Google Play store and today debuted a Windows 8 version to continue growing its community of 10 million users.
Fork the Cookbook launches an adaptive recipe platform where home chefs can tweak, edit, and modify their recipes.
Evernote Food 2.0 came out today with features to capture the complete food experience.
Food startup Hello Fresh raises $10 million to take all the effort out of home cooking (although there is still some chopping and heating involved.)
Foodily launches the latest version of its recipe sharing network to give people a better way to talk about food online.
Ziplist, the startup that makes it easier to share and discover recipes, has launched its first set of features since being acquired for a reported $14 million by Condé Nast this April.
My phone is full of pictures of the dishes I try at new restaurants, and now these tasty shots have a place to go beyond my SD card. Previously available on the iPhone, Evernote Food launches Thursday for Android devices. Use the app to document your meals in pictures and words. It will then back up that info to Evernote’s main note-keeping service.
Who hasn’t wandered around a Safeway googling “kale recipe” or “what is a stinging nettle?” on their smartphone? Edamam is a new food-search site and mobile app that hopes to make navigating all that edible data faster, and choosing healthy food easier.
Recipes hoarders and cooking enthusiasts can now organize all of their recipes into grocery lists with Evernote and Say Mmm. These two web-based organization companies have come together to shopping for tonight’s dinner much easier.