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Tastemade for Android and iOS

An app that took awhile to gain traction is finally hitting its stride, letting you make short video reviews about the places and restaurants you love.

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Fill in the blanks

Tastemade has you go through a step-by-step process for making your video. You just tap each field and follow the directions.

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Browsing user videos

Tastemade lets you browse other people's videos to get a feel for how the videos are made and to give you ideas for cool locations in your area.

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View your profile

Check your profile to see how many people follow you and whatever video reviews you've already posted.

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Sort by category

You can touch a menu button in the upper left to go to the home screen or sort by staff picks, popular videos or videos shot near your location.

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Turn off auto-save

Make sure to flip the switch in the settings that says Record to Camera Roll. It only saves your short video clips with no music, and it won't save the finished video.

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