Believe me, it’s quite amazing when people first start using your service. When we launched Foodzy at The Next Web Conference in 2011, we were thrilled to see so many people signing up and start using our service. And we’re still stoked with all the support and ideas our users give us every day.
Why we built a new Foodzy app, and have you to thank for it
Since we opened up Foodzy for everyone on the 4th of july 2011, we’ve been amazed by the enthusiasm of our many users. Mind you, we started the service as a tool for ourselves to use and although we were pretty psyched about it,
Update on our Android apps (with a little help from our friends)
Last week when we launched our new mobile apps, we thought we were all set to rock & roll. After weeks of waiting to get our iPhone app approved by Apple, we were so thrilled to just upload our wonderful looking Android app to the Google Play Store to replace the old version.
Over the past year, you’ve helped us realize the great app Foodzy could become. When we started out, we wanted to gamify food tracking with points and badges. Making it real easy to self track the stuff you eat and drink every day. We soon realized once you start doing this, you’ll want more.
Help Foodzy win the Evernote Devcup (and a trip to San Francisco)!
A couple of weeks ago we connected Foodzy to Evernote. This way you’re able to automatically save all of your Eatzies to Evernote, and have your personal recipes at hand any time through the Evernote mobile app or any of their other services.
We’re certainly not the only startup with a big passion for food. During a recent chat to Evernote’s Phil Libin he told us he’s a big foodie himself, saving photos of every meal he eats to Evernote. It even resulted in a separate app called Evernote Food.
Are you in Austin for the SXSW Interactive Festival this week? So are we!
Hope you dig (and take no offence of ;) our swag that’s all over the ACA today. If you’d like some, or would like to meet the people that build Foodzy, please join us at the Amsterdam House in Maggie Mae’s later today,
Introducing Eatzies: A new way to check in entire dishes instead of single products
It’s January again so lots of us are reflecting on changes we want (or need) to make in the coming year like eating healthy. With Foodzy, keeping track of this just got one helluva lot easier: Today we’re excited to announce a fun new feature called Eatzies: a simple way to check in entire dishes instead of single products.
We hope you’ll have a wonderfull Christmas time, and enjoy the holidays with loved ones, rad gifts and lucious meals! As you can see we’ve come up with a small gift for all those dare devils that are brave enough to check in to Foodzy on Christmas day.. But as for the rest of you: We hope to see you back in 2012 to work on those New Year’s Resolutions! ;)
Because the end of the year is drawing near we thought we’d treat our active Foodzy users to a fun personalized infographic of their food stats in 2011 today. It will show you the amount of candy vs. fruit you had, your total number of pizzas, drinks and lost kilos as well as your favorite product of all time so far. See room for improvement? Well, why don’t you add keeping up with Foodzy to your New Year’s resolutions list then. ;)
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As the end of 2011 is drawing near and the holidays are just around the corner, we’d like to take the opportunity to thank all of your users for their enourmous support & feedback over the past 8 months. And because it’s almost Christmas, we’d also like to give something back.