Do you upload mouthwatering pictures on Instagram, where they then get lost in millions of similar photos tagged "#foodporn"?
Here's some food for thought: You may be better off "Burppling." The Singapore-based creators of the iOS app Burpple intend it to be a social food journal -- an Instagram of sorts, only for food.
It seems to have the potential to be as popular as Instagram, even though it was only launched in 39 countries, including the U.S., Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Australia, on May 8. The creators claim that "during the few weeks of open beta [in Singapore], Burpple saw similar early-stage user activity" as Instagram.
A portmanteau of "burp" and "people," Burpple is all about connecting food and people. Users document their meals by uploading photos with information such as place, type, and time. Food moments can be classified into "boxes," which are really customizable tags (this writer would have a box catered solely to potato chips). … Read more