If you a “foodie” but aren’t already using Evernote Food, you should flog yourself and then download the app immediately. If you are a user of the awesome recipe finder/saver/syncer app then you’ll be pleased to know that it has just received a major update, again. Now you can create your own cookbook, share recipes to social networking sites, and even book restaurant reservations from within the app.
Version 2.1 allows users to add recipes from Evernote directly into a new category in Evernote Food’s app. The My Cookbook section allows you to save recipes, browse postings, and personalize your cookbook by tags that let you categorize your meals.
You can also add images from your devices photo album, add notes, and include locations of your favorite recipes. You can easily share your new recipes with friends and family through Facebook, Twitter, and email.
The most exciting changes to come with this update is the ability to book restaurant reservations. The app already allows you to find nearby restaurants and create lists of new places to check out. Now, you don’t even have to pick up the phone in order to reserve a table at the new sushi bar down the street. Evernote Food now comes with OpenTable integration so you can book reservations online, right from within the app.