Daily App: Tastemade will turn you into a professional food critic

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Daily App: Tastemade will turn you into a professional food critic

Tastemade is a clever app that allows you to capture your meal as you dine out and create a food show from the experience in a matter of minutes. By emphasizing the meal and the dining experience, Tastemade allows you to celebrate what you love most about food.

Tastemade includes a variety of storyboards that make it easy for you to create a Food TV-style show. Just pick your template and follow the prompts to record each section of your video review. The app will then splice the raw footage together and automatically add filters and a soundtrack to your clip. The production quality in the app is very good -- you will end up with a 60-second montage that you can be proud of.

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Tastemade is as much about creating as it is about sharing. Each clip you create is one minute long, which makes it easy for you to record and share a show before your potatoes get cold. You can share your episode with the Tastemade community and with your friends on Facebook and Twitter. Embedding and private link options are also available.

You can also use Tastemade to watch episodes from fellow food lovers. Not only will you be inspired by the videos other people create, but you'll also get a glimpse into some of the fine dining available in your local area.

Tastemade is available for free from the iOS App Store. There are no ads and no in-app purchases. The app requires you to sign up for an account if you want to create a video. You can watch other videos within the app without registering for an account.

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