Fork is a quick way to share the meals you’ve made with friends, and to visually find dinner ideas. It is is a free iPhone app that makes it easy to share, find and organize food ideas with friends that just came out but is currently only available in Canada.
Imagine a photo-based sharing app focused on food, enabling people to easily capture and share creations from their own kitchen. If you have ever snapped a photo of food at home, then Fork is for you. Specially engineered filters will make your food photos look better and connections to Facebook and Twitter will make it easy to stay social.
Fork will also help you solve the eternal problem of “what’s for dinner?” (Or lunch? Or breakfast?) You will see what your friends have been making in their kitchens and use Fork’s simple Tag features to organize lists of ideas for later reference.
It’s invite only right now, but you can request an invitation. It looks like an interesting app and worth checking out if you’re in any way a foodie.
I met one of the founders at SXSW in March and liked the direction and where they seem to be taking this.
More at getfork.com.