April 21, 2015

Savor Food version 1.4 is now available on the iTunes App Store. It’s fully compatible with the Apple Watch which means it’s now even easier to find what’s great to eat around you. And Foodie Alerts™ work like a charm on Apple’s most personal device yet. (We spent a day testing Savor at Apple’s Sunnyvale facility a couple weeks ago and it passed with flying colors.)

Watch App

In version 1.4 you will receive Follow Requests along with Like and Comment notifications on your watch. You can accept or ignore Follow Requests right from your wrist. By default, you start in the Explore mode so you instantly see what’s good to eat around you. And, just like the phone app, you can adjust the search radius to zero in on a particular area. Switching between Places and Items in the Explore search results is done using the new “Deep Press” force touch.


Did you know?

When posting, you can take a picture using Savor, choose an image from your camera roll (or any other of your photo albums), or select a picture uploaded for the same menu item by another Savor user. Click here to see a demo.

Why register?

All the good stuff like posting, liking, sharing, commenting, following, inviting, receiving Foodie Alerts, etc., require you to have a Savor account. We don’t share your data with anyone, and you can opt out of receiving unsolicited communications from us at any time.

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