Forkly Visual Restaurant Guide
Forkly is a beautiful way to share and discover tastes. We’ll help you discover a new dish around the corner, the best burger in town, or your favorite cocktail bar in a new city.
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With Forkly you can…
- See what's good at a glance with the Forkly DishScore...
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iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch
Category: Lifestyle, Food & Drink
Updated: June 21, 2012
Publisher: forkly inc.
Version 2.5.1 [14.78931 MB]
If you’ve got a phone full of food photos and are hungry to share them, Forkly should sate your needs. Created for iPhone and iPod Touch, Forkly’s food-centric service reminds me of a hybrid of Foodspotting, Yelp and Instagram, and although the app’s content is slim at present, Forkly has growth potential. The app helps users share and discover what it calls “tastes,” and what I call delicious food. I love that Forkly...Read full review »
Good idea, good execution, ... by jessicadally
Yelp can be great for finding new places to eat but it is also a bit spazzy. You'll never know if the people who are doing reviews have the same tastes as you do. Not usually a problem when you're talking about 100's of reviews for a single place, the majority is usually right. But what about when there's only one review. Do you trust that person? Hard to say. This is where Forkly comes in. As another reviewer said, it's a bit like foodspotting because it encourages photos in a way Yelp just doesn't. It encourages social connections, making it easy to add friends in a way Yelp doesn't and it allows you to add specific food items instead of just reviewing the place as a whole. That said, like every other social app it's value is in it's community and right now that community is small. The first problem is it connects via twitter (rather than Facebook) a tech savvy crowd for sure but a smaller crowd. For me this means the only two friends listed are not in my city. Not very useful unless I travel to their town. Will this be a great app? Only time and the larger app community will tell.