The iPad is an ideal tool for field archaeology.

This blog sets out to bring together experiences of archaeologists using iPads.

Friday, April 13, 2012

Update to Popular RAMA iPhone App Serves Up Singular Food Experiences

BROOKLYN, NEW YORK – April 6, 2011- Crimson Bamboo LLC, a Brooklyn-based new media developer and publisher, announced a major update to their popular RAMA iPhone app today, including a new line of curated food tours and downloadable, “offline” maps.
The update to RAMA complements its award-winning line of historical walking tours with a new series of food tours, written by local experts in 22 locations around the world.
Organized around place-based culinary themes including “Flavors of the Amazon” (Rio de Janeiro), “Vegetarian Manhattan” (New York City), and “Chengdu Street Snacks” (Chengdu, China), RAMA Food will not only lead users to great restaurants and outstanding flavors, but also deliver cultural, historical, and culinary insights: Users will learn about the one woman cooking machine behind the best ‘drunken noodles’ in Bangkok, discover why Thursday is rice day in Barcelona, and get phonetic instructions on how to order dishes in the local language.