Great news everyone!
After months of intense efforts it gives me great pleasure to finally announce FOODragon’s Android version availability on Google Play. The Chinese bite is no longer strictly reserved to the Apple crowed. Now all of you Android users out there can join in on the fun and taste the best food China has to offer.
What’s that? What took it so long? Well, I’m glad you ask.
As you know android is a conclusive name for a bunch of different brands, a variety of devices and models, OS versions, screens and so on. It’s hard to make an app fully compatible with this messy jungle of hardware and software, but after long weeks of testing and tweaking I glad to say FOODragon runs properly on Android 2.3.3 and up. It has been test on different Samsung, Motorola, HTC and Sony devices.
Special Update Pack
To celebrate this joyful occasion a special update pack was just released. This package includes 14 dishes:
- 2 common stir-fry dishes:
- Shredded Pork with Peppers
- Stir-Fried Cabbage with Mushroom
- 5 common dishes served over a bed of rice:
- Twice Cooked Pork over Rice
- Shredded Pork and Peppers over Rice
- Cabbage and Mushroom Stir-Fry over Rice
- Potato Shreds and Peppers over Rice
- Grandma’s Tofu over Rice
- 2 common cold dishes:
- Cucumber and Mushroom Salad
- Preserved Egg and Tofu
- Pork and Celery Dumplings
- Shrimp and Celery Dumplings
- Fried Meat Dumplings
- Fried Veggie Dumplings
To see previous dish updates see the dish update log.
One Hundred Dishes
There’s another cause for celebration. With this update release FOODragon just crossed the 100 dishes line.
All 100 dishes were integrated into the full android version of FOODragon. iPhone users, the Android version doesn’t mean we forgot about you. FOODragon’s iOS version was also updated and if you download it now you’ll get all 101 dishes inside. You won’t have to download 50 updates separately after you download the app, only new updates.
Time to Spread the Word
Now that FOODragon is an amphibian creature and can live both on iOS and Android devices, it’s time to share it with the rest of the world. If you like what we’re doing here, if you too believe food can bridge the gap between cultures then please help building that bridge and share FOODragon with others, Follow FOODragon’s blog, join FOODragon’s Facebook page and tell others about them.
The more people join, the better app FOODragon will become in the future. Thanks!