Evernote today released a major update to its Evernote Food app, adding iPad support and several new features including an interface redesign with recipe tabs and a new cookbook.
If you’re not familiar with Evernote Food, it is an app designed to help you record your food experiences, saving tasty recipes and making a record of fantastic dishes that you’ve had at restaurants. It is a documentation app, meant to keep track of cooking and dining experiences with both photos and notes.
Evernote Food 2.0 marks a complete re-imagining of the app, which was rebuilt from scratch. There are now four simple sections in both the iPad and iPhone version of the app: Explore Recipes, My Cookbook, Restaurants, and My Meals.
Recipes includes tens of thousands of recipes from the best food blogs and websites, and cooking directions are displayed right within the app. My Cookbook, a new addition to the app, lets you display saved recipes for later use, and Restaurants lets you search for restaurants around the world.
Previously, Evernote Food was limited to just the “My Meals” feature, so the addition of several new sections greatly expands the app’s food recording capabilities.
Evernote Food 2.0 is a free app that can be downloaded from the App Store.