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Foodspotting Swallows Food Sharing Community Eat.ly

December 16th, 2010 12:35 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Foodspotting, the service that allows you to take pictures of your food to share with others, is acquiring a competitor in the space: Eat.ly. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Eat.ly’s team writes: With a best-in-class iPhone app, awesome integration with the Foursquare API and a number of other exciting moves ahead, Foodspotting will be a great place for the Eat.ly community.

Eat.ly is sort of like a Flickr for food—it allows you to keep a visual record of meals you’ve eaten, and then share your images with friends, family, or social networks. Users could also rate meals using our ‘healthiness scale’ of 1 to 100.

Foodspotting, which offers a popular iPhone app, is on a roll. The startup hjust secured $750,000 in new funding and scored deals with both Zagat and The Travel Channel for partnerships.

Source: Foodspotting Swallows Food Sharing Community Eat.ly

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