Spot your nagiri from your sashimi with this mobile guide to sushi.
Sushi Touch Review
by on March 17, 2010
This surprisingly large app (1.23MB) is basically a way to navigate through the baffling world of sushi. Sushi Touch is free and features names and pictures of 32 of the most well-known types of sushi. It will help you avoid those everyday difficult questions such as what do Maguro or Hokkigai look like?
You can navigate through the app by either browsing the images available (if you’re trying to match up what’s on your plate) or choose your sushi from the directory provided.
This is hardly an essential app, but if you’re new to the world of sushi and want to get more involved (or at least know what you’re eating) it could be pretty useful.
We also like the way you can swipe through the photos – if you’re a newcomer, flicking through the different types by image might be a lot more useful than learning a lot of new names.
Buy this app: Download the Sushi Touch app now
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