August 28, 2012 in Social Networking (E)
[prMac.com] Newport Beach, California - It's Saturday night and getting late. You're alone and dateless and starting to get that itch. You log on and start searching. And then there it is: Juicy, hot and steaming - in full color - close up and personal. Yes, you've landed on DishClips - food porn delivered to your phone.
DishClips is the first and only iPhone app that enables you to share videos of your food experience at local restaurants. This California start-up has found the most visual way for food lovers across the nation to discover and share dishes from their favorite restaurants. Whether at a popular metropolitan cafe or a hidden gem in a quaint location, DishClips is on a mission to find the perfect dishes for food lovers everywhere. Founded in 2011, DishClips already boasts the largest ever collected library of restaurant food videos.
DishClips is releasing a free iPhone app on August 27th, which offers HD quality video clips of dishes at restaurants and enables diners to upload their own. What does this mean to you? Next time you're hungry (which will be soon), you can log on and take an actual look at what's on the menu. You select the restaurant or meal type and the HD video gives you a 17 second foodgasm. This goes far beyond reading some quote about how the Pad Thai was tasty. This is like Instagram or Pinterest for food lovers - except in video, edible and delicious. People eat food and post the video. You see the video. You like what you see. You go to the same restaurant and eat the same dish. It's like food and video got married and shared their honeymoon photos with you.
Why would you share your dinner? "Because people love good food," explains DishClips founder Tan Rezaei. "Food is communal, meant to be shared. People are always looking for new restaurants asking friends and colleagues for suggestions and when you find something wonderful, you want to share. We've made the sharing quick, fun, and extremely visual." As technology develops more and more people are learning about food via Internet, apps, and blogs. It allows people who are naturally social eaters to share their dining experience, post stories, and create meaningful content they can trust. What really is the next step for food lovers, or dare I say, foodies? The answer is simple: Share your dishes - make other foodies happy. And if that's not enough, this app allows users to earn points and redeem them for deals from their favorite restaurants, simply by uploading and sharing videos. Free dessert with my meal? Don't mind if I do.
Still not enough? DishClips is giving a way a $500 Apple gift card to the person who uploads the most DishClips between now and September 30th 2012. See the DishClips site for contest details.
Hungry for this revolutionary app to be in every city across the country? Wait no longer and look no further. Download the free application from the iTunes app store and start sharing today. Worry not droid users, the Android app will be available for you later this year! Be a part of the DishClips mission to revolutionize the way people discover, experience, and share their food and local restaurants.
So, what's for dinner tonight?
* 3/4Gen iPhone, iPad, or 3/4Gen iPod touch
* Requires iOS 5.1 or later
* 8.4 MB
Pricing and Availability:
DishClips 1.0 is free and available worldwide through the App Store in the Food & Drink category.
Located in Orange County, California, DishClips was founded in 2011 by Tan Rezaei with the goal to revolutionize the way people discover, experience, and share their favorite dishes. The DishClips now contains the largest video library of restaurant dishes and is growing every day. All Material and Software (C) 2010-2012 DishClips. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPod, the iPod logo, are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.