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This is foodgawker's biggest and best redesign yet! We listened to your feedback, added all the features you requested and completely rebuilt the app. This new app allows you to try out all the enhanced features for free before deciding on an in-app purchase to access all posts. Check out these major improvements over the foodgawker lite app!
* Removed ads (does not include ads on external blog links)
* Improved user experience, design and navigation
* Added infinite scrolling
* Ability to jump back to any page you want with page counter
* Change sort order or time frame in the search menu
* Ability to exclude search terms
* Added popular counts (number of times gawked and favorited)
* Add notes and tags to your favorites to help organize them
* Tap + hold on photo to share to Pinterest, Twitter, Facebook and more
* Tap + hold on photo to translate a foreign language post or report an issue
* Simplified login and registration
* Ability to add the description to the thumbnail view for iPhone
Don't know what to cook or bake? The foodgawker.com app has been updated with new features and has over 330,000 mouth watering recipes. We showcase the highest quality, most appealing photos submitted by food bloggers from around the world.
To get more details about a photo, simply tap on the image to visit the submitter's blog post where you'll find a recipe and inspiration for the dish. Register and create an account with us to save your favorite recipes.
The app is free, but limited to 96 posts per screen with an in-app purchase to access all posts. This app is ad-free with exception of ads on external blog links.
*** All access in-app purchases are separate for iPhone and iPad. As always, free access to all posts available on foodgawker.com and foodgawker lite app.***
** This is NOT an update or upgrade of the foodgawker lite app! The original iPhone app is now called foodgawker lite and is still free to use. **
-VISUALLY BROWSE food photos by latest, popularity, category or saved favorites.
-SORT images by most favorited, most gawked and/or by date posted.
-SEARCH over 325,000 food and drink posts from thousands of food bloggers.
-SAVE photos to your personal favorites page and add notes/tags to organize them.
-SYNC favorites between the app and foodgawker.com.
-SHARE your favorite photos to Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter, e-mail and more.
-TRANSLATE foreign language posts into your native language.
-UPDATED every day with new recipes.
-CURATED by a team of editors to ensure quality of photos and content.
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What's New in Version 2.0.5
* Fixed minor bugs and app crashes
* Fixed app crash when adding notes or tags in iOS 8
I've had foodgawker lite for years but only recently updated to the full version. I didn't think it could be any better, but it is. I probably spend more time on foodgawker than I do on any other application on my phone, possibly even more than I do on my computer. I love scrolling through all the recipes and saving them for later, writing notes on the "back" of the "card," and being able to pin them on Pinterest directly from the app. There are more great recipes than I'll ever be able to make, and the photography is fantastic. They've really done a good job curating from the many food blogs out there. Bottom line: whether you're looking for a place to find and save recipes, where you can also write notes on the recipes you find, or you're simply looking to feast your eyes with beautiful food and photos, this is the app for you!
Great and useful resource
I absolutely LOVE this app. I recommend it to all my friends. The categories and pictures really help me decide if it is something I'm interested in cooking. It is organized well and has many great features. I particularly like the favorites button so I can like it and then review it later. There are so many delicious and creative ideas from everyone all over the world. This app is great for party ideas too!
The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars was because it would kick me out at times. I think the new update has resolved this issue though.
My favorite recipe app
I love foodgawker for recipes and was a long time user of their regular website. The app makes finding a variety of recipes very easy with beautiful images. It is also very easy to save those recipes to whatever you use to collect them, be it through their system, on Pinterest, etc. I only wish it was better at saving your spot, as I can get really deep into browsing, then after checking out a recipe, find myself back at the beginning when I was several pages deep already.
- Category: Food & Drink
- Updated: Jan 08, 2015
- Version: 2.0.5
- Size: 10.1 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Chuck Lai
- © 2015 gawkerverse. All rights reserved.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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