Taking photographs of your dishes in restaurants, before devouring the food, has become increasingly popular. So, the new food sharing app from MunchMap Ltd. (launched on 27th August 2015) is a perfect solution to save and share your food journeys and experiences with the people you choose.
MunchMap, which is free to download and currently available on iOS, provides you with the tools you need to record all of your meals and keep them accessible forever. MunchMap also ensures that you can discover what your friends and family are eating across the globe.
MunchMap’s range of settings enables you to customise your views, yet maintain privacy as you wish. You’ll never be lost for something delicious to eat in your local area, simply check your friends or families feed and see either by images of the food, or by location on the map – everything is available with easy access including ratings and comments from people you trust.
MunchMap’s clean interface and smart features were designed by the co-founder, CEO and serial entrepreneur, Jonny Caplan. When questioned on the next steps, he expressed great hopes for MunchMap’s future “I found myself constantly sending pictures of my meals to my family on our Whatsapp group. I am not normally the sort of person to post pictures of everything I eat on Facebook, or other social media sites, but as a family we like to share these things. I also found many others who had been following suit, but nothing was available with the right tools and features to record and access this properly. It was immediately clear that we required a platform to document everything we eat stored by location and time. We simply created an environment dedicated to food and unrestricted by region. You could be eating pizza in Peru, or soup at the South Pole, and you will be able to tag it and store it for later. Plus you get recommendations from people you trust, which provides a much higher level of trust and loyalty.”
MunchMap was designed for food, by people who love food, so it’s taken this very seriously and they have put steps in place to ensure that MunchMap’s content meets those specifications, which means strictly no Selfies allowed.
With record downloads for the first 3 days since launch and reaching a top 100 (41th place) ranking on its third day seems to suggest a bright future for the MunchMap team. Caplan also mentioned that they have an Android counterpart currently in development.
MunchMap can be that one place for you to track and share everything you eat, or simply the food you love. Your food history, with photos will forever be tracked by time and location, it’s been described as the Instagram of food.
The MunchMap App for iOS: Snap, Eat, Share & Rate, all in one location, just remember to “MunchMap-it” before eating!
Download MunchMap today from the Apple AppStore: https://itunes.apple.com/il/app/id1030733839