Evernote Food makes it easy to use your iPad or iPhone as a digital cookbook, and a new feature for iOS users makes following a recipe even more seamless. Now, when you’ve opened a recipe you plan to make, your display won’t go to sleep while you’re cooking. You can follow a recipe without needing to re-enter your passcode to unlock your screen, creating a more efficient cooking process – and less flour on your device when you’re ready to clean up.
Additionally, digital cookbook organization of My Cookbook is now enhanced with PDF support for recipes imported into the app from Evernote, and new international recipe content is now available to users in Korea and Taiwan. These updates make My Cookbook an even better cooking companion. Android users, be sure to check out the new version of Evernote Food for Android, which includes many of these features.
Other updates to Evernote Food for iOS give a boost to the Restaurants section. Foursquare venue ratings are now available in list view, meaning that anytime you want to eat out, you can quickly scan ratings and other essential info for each restaurant on your list, rather than having to tap each spot individually to see the details. Improved search for restaurants also yields greater accuracy for nearby places and search results.
Lastly, if you’re not already an Evernote Premium user, you can now upgrade within the app, giving you faster support, all the storage you need for your recipes, restaurants, and meals, and many more benefits across the whole collection of Evernote apps.
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