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No longer able to access the “Food” app after upgrading to iOS 11 on my iPad. Receiving message that developer needs to update app however there are no updates available in the App Store. I have 150+ recipes that appear to be lost forever, please help.
As of September 30th, we’ll no longer support Evernote Food for iOS and Android. This means the apps will no longer be available for download and we won’t be making any further updates to them. It also means that features within the apps, including sync with the Evernote service, will no longer work. All of your notes saved in Evernote Food will still be securely saved and available (and searchable) in Evernote, but will not be editable. Much of the features that were most popular in Evernote Food are now supported by our core Evernote apps and Evernote Web Clipper. We have an FAQ available here with additional info on transitioning away from Evernote Food: https://evernote.com/contact/support/kb/#!/article/95845417 Use Evernote Web Clipper from your computer or Evernote on your mobile device to clip recipes from any website and organize them in Evernote. Additionally, Evernote is integrated with these great food apps: http://appcenter.evernote.com/collection/food. For more information, please check out our full announcement here: https://blog.evernote.com/blog/2015/08/26/evernote-to-end-support-for-evernote-food-apps/
I was trying to convince my wife that Evernote was better for saving her recipes, but had a major fail. Unless I can convince her it works, she'll probably end up using Pocket. I have Evernote Food installed on my Android mobile. If I use Evernote Clipper from the Windows browser to save a recipe to my notebook, it shows up fine in Evernote Food. But if I am browsing the same website with the recipe on my Android mobile phone, the only option I have for saving it to Evernote is to use the menu button to "share" the link to Evernote. Unfortunately there is no Evernote Clipper for mobile, so it only saves the URL of the website in the note. Thus when I try to find the recipe in Evernote Food, I can only find the URL in a note, not the actual recipe. Is there anyway to save an article into a note from my Android mobile (I use the Chrome Browser for Android) so that the actual article is saved in the note, and not just the URL?