What's New• Now everyone can once again suggest edits to places
• Updated Spanish and Japanese
• Includes fixes to crashes when network connection is bad
We've redesigned Foodspotting for iOS 7!
Peek at the screenshots to preview the changes. We've streamlined the app to let the dishes shine and given all of our food finding features a smarter home:
• Filters & Places
Find dishes by place or by category using our new smart search. Look for new categories like “Find dishes at places you can reserve (on OpenTable).”
• Location & Map
Find dishes anywhere in the world by tapping the green bar and setting your location. You can enter a city or address, or pan and zoom the map.
• About This Dish & About This Place
Scroll left and right to discover great dishes. If a dish piques your interest, simply scroll down to learn how to obtain it.
• Explore and Activity
Toggle between discovering nearby dishes and discovering dishes from friends with one tap (upper left), and we'll remember which you last used.
• What's Missing?
While we were able to give almost every part of Foodspotting a new home, we had to put a few features on hold to make this redesign possible, so if Guides or Hide are important you, you might not want to upgrade.
We look forward to your feedback and questions — the fastest way to reach us is Facebook and Twitter! (We’re @foodspotting on each.)
App DescriptionAs seen on The Today Show & Time Magazine's 50 Best Apps!
Foodspotting is a visual guide to good food and where to find it. Instead of reviewing restaurants, you can recommend dishes and see what foodspotters, friends and experts recommend wherever you go.
Unlike other restaurant apps, Foodspotting answers questions like…
• Where can I find the best…
Because it’s about dishes, not just restaurants, you can find whatever you’re craving, from Dumplings and Dosas to Cronuts and Ramen Burgers.
• What’s good here?
Because it’s positive, you can see what’s good at any restaurant and recommend your favorite dishes by snapping a photo or tapping “Loved it!”
• What does it look like?
Because it's powered by people who take pictures of their food, deciding what to eat is as easy as looking in a bakery window and seeing what looks good.
Since Foodspotting launched in 2010, over 4M dishes have been spotted around the world, and we’re counting on you to represent your city!
November 22, 2013 New version 5.0.3
October 24, 2013 New version 5.0.2
September 24, 2013 New version 5.0.1
March 21, 2013 New version 3.8.3
March 01, 2013 New version 3.8.2
February 06, 2013 New version 3.8.1
January 19, 2010 Initial Release