Remember a Great Meal with Notable Meals for iPhone and Evernote

Evernote has empowered users to take notes on multiple platforms that sync in real-time for years. The power of Evernote has long been rooted in its ability to take something as simple as notes and turn it into something much more valuable as it connects your notes with various projects, subjects, and platforms to enable you to keep an active dialogue as you work, regardless of what platform you may have handy at the time. Recently, Evernote held a developer competition that challenged developers to come up with the most interesting and creative uses of the Evernote platform. One of these projects is Notable Meals, a simple app designed to give you a quick and easy way to note a particular experience surrounding a meal. Whether it’s a particularly good flavor, or notable service, this app is one way to quickly jot down and store details about an experience that you’ve had when enjoying a meal at a particular venue.

Remember a Great Meal with Notable Meals for iPhone and Evernote

As Notable Meals creator John McLaughlin points out, some of the most memorable moments in our lives happen around meals. Notable Meals helps you remember those special moments by providing a simple and attractive solution for keeping track of the things that make each meal great. You can easily describe and rate the meal, include photos, and choose a theme before storing your memorable meal in Evernote. Here LockerGnome’s Jake Ludington talks with John about being selected as one of six finalists for the Evernote Developer Competition.

By logging in to your already-existing Evernote account, your information is stored on the same platform trusted by so many others to keep otherwise scattered bits of data safe. Now, if you have a great experience with a particular dish or location, you can quickly reference that place on Notable Meals and remember, “that thing you had last time you were there that was so good.”

 

9 comments On Remember a Great Meal with Notable Meals for iPhone and Evernote

  • That’s a clever idea.

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  • Thanks for the post.  This is informative.  Interaction between people is very important.  Perhaps the most important thing you can do as a new person in any industry.

  • Good stuff. It’s easy to think of a Podcast as a one-way format, but really this is another kind of social media!

  • David Siteman Garland

    Great point on the emails. Something that has been great for my show has been including the audience in terms of questions for larger guests that come on. Folks can submit on Facebook, Twitter, Google + etc. and it keeps folks more of a part of the show.

  • Thanks for bringing this up Chris. Just last night I was looking at the stats for my main or primary podcast, and got a little distressed to learn that the amount of listeners that I had, had dropped in the past month. I think, no I know that it’s because I was in the hospital for a few weeks, and then once I came home, It took me a few more weeks to actually return to podcast. That hurt my “ratings”. My numbers have dropped into the single digits, and that hurts. I love having an interactive podcast. Audience participation is a must for me. This is why I’m buying a laptop. So that next time that I go into the hospital. And being disabled,(paraplegic) there will be a next time unfortunately. I’ll have a laptop so that hopefully I’ll be able to stay in touch with my audience.

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