Synopsis of the App 
DishPal is an image driven social network that allows users around the world to share photos of what they cook and eat. 
  • Simple and easy navigation.
  • Easy sign up via Facebook eliminates the need to remember yet another password. 
  • Update Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr simultaneously with just one click.
  • Easily categorize and describe images with “taste tags” that include course, country/region and descriptors such as light, sweet or refreshing. 
  • Interact with others via “parties,” which are virtual potlucks that allow you to share ideas and images around lunch or other meet ups. 
  • Publish a magazine to showcase your food experience in a specific category. Popular magazines include Grill Talk, The Sweet Tooth Fairy, Good Mornin’, and Japanese Food.
  • Effortlessly locate dishes in your geographic area with just one click. 
  • FREE. Available in the Apple App store and Android Market.  
  • No advertisements.
  • Critical mass not yet achieved.  
  • Many of the most active users are outside the United States, which presents a bit of a language barrier. 
  • Tags are somewhat limited.  
Bottom Line
DishPal is made for foodies, food bloggers and food photography connoisseurs. It doesn’t have a health focus but may encourage people to explore food from other cultures and stretch their idea of healthy eating from a global perspective.  
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Marisa Moore, MBA, RDN, LD, is based in Atlanta and specializes in culinary nutrition, communications and consulting. She blogs at Follow her on Instagram and Twitter.