Evernote officially announced it will be stopping the development and support on Evernote Food. Although Evernote Food never got the audience it deserved, it still had a userbase who would use this app to record what they were eating without annoying people on Instagram with their food porn. And that is exactly what I used it for as well. Recording my meals in restaurants and clipping recipes.
But can’t you use Evernote itself for that? Of course you can and that is also why I never understood the seperate app in the form of Evernote Food. For starters, I really missed the ability to add items through a web interface or let alone view them without using Evernote Web.
Second, I like to structure the content of my notes. And Evernote Food was a great way to structure content of notes that contained food related information. But that was only food. And there is more content I want to structure. And I know I’m not alone. Of course you can use apps like Transpose, but that is a 3rd party app, has its own pricing model. Ow and the biggest turn-off is; unable to edit the notes from within Transpose. Which means you have to go to the note in Evernote and modify it there. For me, Evernote can gain a lot here. Either buy a company like Transpose, or create something similar which users can use to structure the content of their notes.
Want more food-centric apps to work with Evernote? Try the Evernote App Center. Still have the app installed? Evernote Food can be used until September 30th.