Evernote to shut down Evernote Food recipe app on Sept 30

Evernote to shut down Evernote Food recipe app on Sept 30

In a recently-released blog post, Evernote said that it will shut down its Evernote Food recipe app next month. The app is essentially a food-centric accompaniment of Evernote's main note-clipping service; and it gives users the ability to record their unforgettable meals.

The Evernote Food recipe app was launched in 2011; first on the iOS and later on the Android platform. It was touted as an amalgamation of scrapbook, cookbook, and Instagram feed; as it basically enabled users to search a selection of surprisingly good recipe blogs directly from the app.

Revealing that the Evernote Food recipe app is being shuttered with effect from September 30, Evernote said that the imminent shutdown of the iOS and Android app implies that the app will no longer be available for download.

Moreover, Evernote will also not make any efforts to keep the Evernote Food app users updated in future; and some of the key features - including Sync with the Evernote service - within the iOS and Android apps will also stop working.

With regard to the imminent shutdown of the Evernote Food app, Evernote said in the blog post that "Food's most popular features were clipping recipes and snapping photos of meals;" and added alongside: "Today, our core Evernote apps and Evernote Web Clipper have evolved to do both of these things very well."

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