February 29, 2016

Before you can even indulge in the food you’ve waited 20 minutes for, your friend tells you to wait some more, because she wants to take a photo and upload it online to tell the entire world that she’s having something amazing for dinner. Social media has enabled people to be this way, and it can get very annoying. But you know what they say – if you can’t beat em’, join em’.

Did you know that Singaporeans spend an average of $248 a month on eating out as compared to the Asia Pacific average of $175? We Singaporeans just love our food, and it’s something that we take pride in. LINE, the world’s leading lifestyle platform, has just unveiled a new camera app called “Foodie”, which will help you create better food photos to upload on your social media platforms. The app features 24 filters that are designed and named after different food types like “Meats”, “Sushi”, “Cakes” and more. It also comes with a “best angle” feature that will let you know when the camera is completely horizontal so you cna take that perfect flat-lay shot of your meal. Apart from these food photo-specific features, “Foodie” also includes brightness adjustment, flashlight features and an auto blurring effect to make your photos look like they were taken professionally..

The app will be continually updated with more food-specific features, and is now available for download on the App Store and Google Play.