Yummly hopes adding Android to its growing mobile portfolio will provide the same boost in recipe searches and new users that its iPhone and iPad launch generated.
Sorry, St. Louis. You’re the unhealthiest major city in the country based on Yummly’s analysis of recipe search data. The healthiest? Of course it’s frigging San Francisco.
Food Network may be entertaining with you with culinary TV battles today, but it could wind up helping you plan your meals online tomorrow.
Recipe search engine Yummly wants to be more than just a research tool. With its new iPad app it hopes to become a digital kitchen assistant.
There’s a lot to like about The Orange Chef’s plan to turn the lowly food scale into a virtual kitchen assistant, but it’s larger goal of building creating a connected kitchen is far more elusive.
The Orange Chef has raised $1.2 million in seed funding led by Google Ventures and Spark Labs. The company makes a kitchen scale that communicates with your iPad and a wealth of web nutritional data.
Yummly’s first mobile app doesn’t just port its semantic food search engine over to iOS. Rather, the company has designed its iPhone app to be used in the grocery store rather than the kitchen.
As Punchfork gets ready to shut down its API post Pinterest acquisition, Yummly hopes to step into its shoes, proving recipe content to food sites and apps. Yummly’s semantic search technology, however, has a lot to offer.
Looking for high-end fashion ideas in addition to the perfect lasagna recipe? Gojee’s new fashion verticals might seem like an odd fit, but when you look at the company’s approach toward quality products and visual discovery, suddenly the new additions make a lot of sense.
Community cooking portal Allrecipes.com recorded record traffic over Thanksgiving, but what’s most surprising is where that traffic came from: 41 percent of its visits came from a smartphone or tablet. Allrecipes started out as a web enterprise, but it’s quickly turning into a mobile one.