There’s bad news for Evernote enthusiasts and those who enjoy cooking and taking record of their meals and culinary experiences. Evernote is disabling its food app on September 30th. Evernote Food’s availability for iOS and Android has been going on for approximately two years.
You will no longer have the chance to download the app, nor will you have access to its updates as of the end of September. Synchronizing your device with the Evernote Food app will no longer work either.
Moreover, Evernote Food enthusiasts are unfortunately losing the feature of looking for thousands of recipes. Those who enjoyed creating restaurant wish lists would no longer be able to do so, nor would they be able to make reservations using OpenTable.
Even though Evernote Food allowed access for users to clipping their recipes and taking photos of their meals, Evernote representatives reported on their official blog that their
“core Evernote apps and Evernote Web Clipper have evolved to do both of these things very well.”
The Evernote main app is said to gather approximately 150 million users.
So, the good news is that you will be able to use the Web Clipper, whenever you’re looking for cooking inspiration or if you’re browsing for recipes. In the meanwhile, the core Evernote app will provide you access to recording your favorite meals further on, while you could still browse recipes using keywords and tags, for instance. Search results will depend on you selecting the location option as well.
Those who are still enjoying the Evernote Food application should sync their content to the main Evernote app, in order to keep preserving and save their data.
Even if Evernote Food is shutting down on September 30th, provided you sync your device before this date, you will be able to view your preferences, including saved restaurants, recipes and notes on any supported Evernote platform, including iOS, Android, and Mac and Windows Desktops, to name some.
The development of popular, rivaling apps and platforms, such as Instagram, could be the cause of Evernote Food’s shutdown.
The company stated that they were trying to create the best user-friendly experiences for its users via their core products as of after the month of September.
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