Friday, February 3, 2012

Top 100 green apps - Locavore

We are creating a list of the top 100 apps that will help you go green as part of our effort to promote a more sustainable lifestyle. Apps become an integral part of our life and a valuable tool and we believe we should also take advantage of them when it comes go greening up our life.

Every Friday we update you with a ne
w app on the list, and today we're happy to introduce an app for the local food lovers, aka the locavores.

Our app is
Locavore from Local Dirt. This app is for iPhone and iPad and android and is free.

Here are more details about Locavore App:
*One of TIME Magazine’s Top iPhone apps of 2009
*O’Reilly’s #1 app for Shopping Green
*App Craver’s Best iOS apps for Foodies

It’s your seasonal, local food network.

Based on your phone’s GPS location, Locavore will make searching for in-season, local food a breeze by pinpointing farms and farmers’ markets nearest you. Read all about them on their profile page, find that specific local item you have been looking for or just check out what’s in-season right now. Plus, you can get recipe suggestions to make with your delicious local food and then, brag about it to all your friends through Facebook.
1 - Browse what’s in-season and soon to come
2 - Locate farms and farmers’ markets near you
3 - Find who is selling it and where
4 - Get details about your local farmers’ market
5 - Discover recipes for local, in-season items
6 - Post what you ate locally to Facebook

Locavore is powered by Local Dirt. is an online site where anyone can buy, sell, feature and find local food. Part of us is located in beautiful Madison, WI and the others are in sunny (sometimes foggy) San Francisco, CA. We are always looking for inventive ways to improve the Local Food movement; we’re listening, so leave us your feedback. If something is not working as expected, contact us before you leave a review and we are happy to help.
For news and updates on the app, follow @enjoy_locavore on Twitter

You can check top 100 green apps at As you'll see, this list is in work, but we promise to update it every week until we'll have all 100 green apps.

Last week's green app - Whirleo.

Raz @ Eco-Libris

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