Foodily (http://www.foodily.com), the world’s largest social recipe network that allows you to discover, collect and share recipes with friends, has announced the release of its new ‘Food With Friends’ experience, merging the fast posting and conversing of Twitter with a Quora-like approach to getting the input you value from friends and experts. Foodily 2.0 is designed to give people one place for answers around anything you want to know about food – from what your friends recommend to help on anything from cooking to cocktails. Foodily is a free APP available in Appleʼs iTunes Stores worldwide, iOS6 compatible.
“At Foodily, one recipe is faved every 10 seconds. Millions of recipes have been shared but people want to continue talking about food,” said Andrea Cutright, CEO of Foodily. “As the first in the category to introduce instantaneous food conversations, Foodily allows people to pose questions and get quick advice from friends, celebrity chefs and food bloggers. Whether you need help with cooking dinner that evening, getting advice because you added too much salt, or you are preparing your Thanksgiving menu, Foodily will connect you to the right people.”
The newest release of Foodily instantly connects people in valuable conversations around the food and drinks they love. Participating in discussions, offering suggestions or inspiring a specific dish is a significant aspect to how Food With Friends can become a part of the everyday choices around food. From anywhere in Foodily users can access the “+ icon” in the upper right to post a comment, ask a question or open a new chat on Twitter.
According to RJMetrics (www.rjmetrics.com), food is the fastest-growing and most viral category on Pinterest, clearly displaying people like to discuss, view and share the food they love. Foodily is also launching a new design that makes it easy for users to browse foods their friends are eating. Simply view the top ticker with avatars from friends or celebrity chefs and tap their profile picture to see the foods they recommend. To recommend food to friends, just tap the Heart icon at the bottom of any recipe and it will be shared via email or in their news feed.