By Invoke Media
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The street food revolution has given rise to North America's tastiest, juiciest fleet of mobile eateries and Eat St. wants to be your fearless captain.
The new version of the Eat St. iPhone App developed by Invoke and Paperny Entertainment can now direct you to the best street food dishes in your city, as verified by the experts — street food aficionados like you. Local foodies can snap pictures of a food cart’s individual dishes, rate them and offer tips for the benefit of locals and tourists. A city’s food carts and dishes are ranked, so users can quickly see the must-try dishes locally, in every city in North America.
Just like in the previous version, The Eat St. App will display local delicacies and the carts that serve them. The interactive map makes finding your next street meal a breeze.
For more information about the Eat St. App or TV Series, visit http://eatst.foodnetwork.ca/
What's New in Version 2.1
- Major performance improvements
- Autocomplete search
- Deeper social integration
- Fixed several search related bugs
- Flagging always requires a confirmation
- Cell selection text highlights properly
- Many more bug fixes...
Not terribly useful
I watch the show. I see things I like. I'd like to be able to use the app to look at menus, scheduled hours, location, and most importantly, to create a list of food trucks I'd like to try. The app has: location, scheduled hours for the next day only (not that useful if one is traveling from elsewhere), no menus, and no capability of creating a "must try" list. The only thing I've really used it for is to get website and email data for the food trucks I've wanted to visit, so I could create a "must try" list using a different app. Pretty lame. Oh, and this morning, when I went to post photos and a review of the awesome food we had at El Gastronomo Vagabundo in St. Catharines yesterday, the app can't find the cart -- says it doesn't exist. I deleted the app in frustration. I give up.
Good concept, okay execution
It only shows food trucks that tend to be close to 30 mins away. I suppose I shouldn't be disappointed with the app, but with where I live. Anyways, the creators had a nice concept but should interact and show more food trucks. There are many truck occurrences near my home that aren't shown here.
Best Food Truck in Town!
The liege wafels from the wafel truck with speculoos, Nutella, and strawberries is by far the best food truck food food in the city! Having eat st. Allows me to share my favorite food truck food in town.