Cooks are increasingly using services like Evernote, Facebook and Pinterest to store their culinary ideas, storing recipes as notes, likes and pins for later viewing. The problem is none of the three is designed to be a culinary tool, but Say Mmm plans to change that.
Mobile app Nosh launched just three months ago from Firespotter Labs, whose CEO Craig Walker was one of the founders of Google Voice. It now has 1 million ratings of dishes and on Tuesday the company announced a series of updates, including integration of Google Places.
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Firepotter Labs, an incubator of sorts backed by Google and co-founded by Craig Walker, released Nosh, an app that lets users check in, rate, review and share menu items. It’s like a cross between Foursquare and Yelp for dishes.