Posts Tagged ‘Foodspotting’

Foodspotting Is Becoming Really Popular

The iPhone, Android, and now a Windows Phone app has reached a new milestone: 1 million downloads since it’s founding a year and a half ago. At the time of its inception, Foodspotting was meant to be a photosharing app for food. The impetus behind it was the excessive food picture exchange occurring at popular social networking [...]

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NYC’s Foodspotting Funded, $750K Richer

Did you ever have a friend who insists on taking pictures of your food before you take a bite and eat away the presentation on the plate with your fork? Then he’s probably a member of Foodspotting, the startup that lets people take pictures of food and share it with anyone. Whether you like it [...]

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Partnership of Zagat and Foodspotting Leads to Good Eats

Food lovers and techie junkies will definitely have a bite out of the new iPhone app that Foodspotting and Zagat Survey has in store for your eating pleasure. Zagat has already linked with Foodspotting before. Using the Foodspotting API, Zagat developed an app where Zagat users can have unprecedented access to countless Foodspotting photos and [...]

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Highlights From NYTM’s July Event

If you’ve been around the startup block in NYC, you already know about the New York Tech Meetup. It’s a local mini conference of sorts, founded by Scott Heiferman, serial entrepreneur of Meetup fame, in 2004. Last July 6, a few interesting demos were presented in front of a packed audience. One promising venture was [...]

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