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News  5, Feb 2013

Food lovers can now burp their dishes on Burpple’s Android app

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burpple androidSingapore-based food photo sharing app Burpple, has just announced their long awaited Android app.

Foodies around the region would definitely be familiar with Burpple, a beautiful mobile app that allows you to capture and share your food photos with fellow food enthusiasts. Launched back in May 2012, Burpple has come a long way:

With growing demand from Burpple users, the new Android app is expected to expand the reach of Burpple. Co-founder Dixon Chan mentioned:

“For all our Burpple users, this is a big step forward for the community as a whole. When we started working on Burpple, we dreamed of a world connected by food experiences. With the release of Burpple for Android, we’re one step closer to making that goal a reality. Now, more of your friends and family can share and discover favorite food moments with a community of food lovers around the world.”

Read also: Food journal app Burpple now present in over 3,300 cities, launches Burpple Explore

Food a big theme this year

Earlier last week, founding partner of 500 Startups Dave McClure shared that he is particularly very excited about food tech. The recent acquisition of FoodSpotting, one of the pioneers in the food photo sharing vertical, also signals that we are just starting to see the consolidation of the various players in the food tech space. This is also reinforced by the various local partnerships here in Singapore. This is definitely a very exciting time to be in the food tech space. Recognizing the opportunities, Neoteny Labs alongside QuestVC were fast to get onto the bandwagon with their US$500,000 investment into Burpple back in December.

Read also: Dave McClure is hungry for food tech, says 500 Startups might head to China and Southeast Asia soon

Jacky Yap

Jacky Yap

Having spent one year abroad in Shanghai under the NUS Overseas College Programme, Jacky has an avid interest in entrepreneurship and web based startups. Jacky used to run N-House, Singapore's first entrepreneurial themed residence in NUS, and was also part of the organizing team for Startup Weekend Singapore 2012. You can reach him at jacky [at] e27 [dot] co

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