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Trendspotting in the April issue celebrates the hottest Tech Toys for foodies. Here are some of F&W's favorite new apps.
Courtesy of Intelligentsia Coffee & Tea
Like a barista in your pocket, this app features coffee-water ratios for six brewing methods, bean tasting notes and a timer. Free.
Suggests restaurants, bars and coffee shops based on your location and food preferences. Free.
Chefs in eight US cities, including stars like Wolfgang Puck in L.A., recommend their favorite local spots. Free.
Custom itineraries for Sonoma, CA, including a trip curated by F&W editors. Free.
Features filters designed for shooting food; one replicates the moody style of famed cookbook photographer David Loftus. 99¢.
A built-in camera and notepad, plus a geo-tagging function, make this an easy tool for capturing and sharing great meals. Free.
PRO Provides wine pairings based on the specific ingredients in a dish. Free.