Our customers told us that they use 7” tablets the same way they do smart phones and would like the Edamam app running on their devices. We always listen to our customers. Next in line will be an app for the iPad and other 10” devices.
New York, NY (PRWEB) October 31, 2012
Edamam, a technology company aiming to organize the world’s food knowledge, today announces key updates to its semantic-based recipe search app for iPhone and Android devices as well as a full compatibly app for 7-inch tablets.
Edamam’s unique search application allows users to quickly scan through an extensive database of more than 1.4 million recipes from over 500 sources. Search results are presented simply in a visually appealing interface and users can filter recipes by diet or health preferences. Users can also compare recipe options by ingredients and nutritional content as well as share recipes through Facebook, Twitter, mail and text with just a tap.
“This update further establishes our status as the preferred app for busy individuals needing mobile access to the perfect recipe,” said Victor Penev, Edamam’s Founder and CEO. “For many individuals, mobile devices are the preferred method of finding what to cook. We aim to make the process easier and more enjoyable by leveraging heavy weight semantic-based technology delivered through an intuitive interface. In a broader sense, we strive to help people eat better by making food choices easier for them and bringing fun and excitement back to cooking a meal.”
“Our customers told us that they use 7” tablets the same way they do smart phones and would like the Edamam app running on their devices. We always listen to our customers. Next in line will be an app for the iPad and other 10” devices,” continued Mr. Penev.
The updated iPhone application can be found on iTunes at edam.am/iPhone and the Android tablet and phone app is available on Google Play at edam.am/Android.
Edamam is about helping people eat better by making daily food choices simple and easy. The company has set for itself the ambitious goal of organizing all the food knowledge in the world. To that end, it has built a proprietary semantic food knowledge base and is creating a range of consumer and business applications on top of it to solve real-world everyday problems. Its team combines top talent from the digital, food and semantic fields. For more information, visit http://www.edamam.com.