This finding restaurants app offers features such as posting shots of your favorite dishes, recommending meals to your friends, and much more.
Being one heck of a food enthusiast myself, I was eager to write a review for Burpple because I can totally imagine it being a keeper of an app for local restaurants.
I was definitely not mistaken! Burpple seems to have borrowed some of the best elements from Facebook and Twitter, and the developer has added generous helpings of its own magic to revolutionize the way we share mouthwatering food porn with one another!
Keep reading our Burpple app review for more details on this iPhone app for restaurants.
The first thing you’ll see after registering is a Facebook-esque news feed.
The posts you’ll see will be sole from the developer as you’ll need to start following other users to mix things up a bit.
You can do this by either inviting your Facebook friends, or by following some Tastemakers. These are described as being passionate foodies, and they all have some incredible food journals with tons of photos for you to drool over!
Foodism Meets Social Networking
Following others and gaining followers works similarly to Twitter, but you can also submit content that will show up in your Timeline, so there’s a great mixture of social media elements to really get the most out of the concept of Burpple.
You can also add your favorite food venues to your Wishlist, so this is another great way of spreading the word about cafes and restaurants you just couldn’t live without.
One feature I really love is the way you can organize your posts into Boxes which essentially provide you with a way of categorizing different food types.
You could, for example, create Boxes for cultural cuisines such as Italian, Japanese, Mexican, and so on, or you could create Boxes for categories such as Vegetarian, Desserts, Home-Cooked Meals, and anything else you can think of.
Cherry is a hard-working writer and an aspiring web designer who can't go a day without using her favorite apps. She's always on the lookout for new apps and enjoys discovering ones that others have overlooked.