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Just Eating! the app where you watch other people eat

Updated on January 2, 2016

Nothing to see here but food

What if I were to tell you that there was an app where you upload yourself eating and have people rate it... Yeah, it exists! Just eating is an app where you upload videos, sort of like YouTube; you upload and rate videos just like YouTube the only thing is... It is just people eating.

Here's a link to the app if you still don't think that it is true:


What exactly is Just Eating?

With "Just eating", you can rate a video for being either seeming like the food looked tasty, or discussing... And to my surprise the taste score is more relevant than discussing ones. It makes sense that most who chose to download this app would want to do it out of pure interest, or even to get a laugh out of a friend when showing it to them. You are also able to see how many view the video has, and can choose to share it with others.

Also, if you come across an inappropriate eating video. You have the option to report them. You surely must keep this eating app fun for the whole family it seems, and do your duty as a citizen.

There is also a way for you to check out other people's videos if you liked seeing them eat. I personally don't see the difference between how one person scarfs food down their throat would be any different than the rest, but hey, might just be me.

Search options

So the second to the last thing this app has to offer is the ability to search for the sort of food you want to see someone eat... I really have no words for this one. So what, one moment I might want to see someone eat a pineapple, then the next I feel like watching them eat a banana!? The search options include categories that cover some groups of food you can check out if you're having trouble finding the videos you want to see, such as:

.Meats

.Fish

,Vegetarian

.Drink

.Christmas


You can also see the price of the food that they are eating, and the distance of where you can find the food. There are other apps where you can find the location of a type of food that you are looking for, and figure out the price as well. The only difference between those apps and this app is the fact that you don't have to watch someone eat their food for 2 minutes just to find out where they are eating it.

Also the last options you have for searching is on the front page of the app, which are:

.New: Has new videos to watch

.Hot: The latest trending videos

.Mix: Random videos

And lastly in your search options is the new, which only displays how you can win money ranging from $1,000 to $10,000 in cash!

You can get paid for using the app!

So maybe one of the biggest reasons why random people are uploading themselves, and yes, even animals eating food for around two to three minutes is the fact that you could win $10,000 from doing so. I have not figured out how it is done, but you do need to upload videos of yourself eating in order to get a chance to win up to $10,000 if you are interested in the app, or interested in the chance to win the money you can once again click the link to the app which is at the top.

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