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Flavordex Source Code Released

The source code for the Android version of Flavordex has been released under the terms of the MIT License. The project is available at GitHub. If you want to contribute to the project or just see the code, head over to there.

Flavordex on GitHub

Update: The code for the backend server is also available on GitHub.

Update 2: Now the code for the Windows version of the app is available on GitHub.


Flavordex For Android Updated To v2.3.2

Flavordex for Android has been updated to version 2.3.2. The main addition is the ability to create accounts using an email address and password.


  • Added the option to log in using an email address and password
  • Flavor charts with no data now shows the default flavors for the category
  • Missing photos from imported entries will now appear as placeholders
  • Fixed 'null' account name in the settings dialog
  • Fixed photo syncing continuing when data syncing is disabled
  • Fixed crashes caused by missing photo files

Flavordex For Android Updated To v2.3.1

Flavordex for Android has been updated to version 2.3.1.


  • Miscellaneous interface improvements
  • Added "Unknown" to spinners in the search form

Flavordex For Windows Updated To v1.1.1.0

Flavordex for Windows has been updated to version


  • Added more advanced searching
  • Added compatibility with CSV files created by older versions
  • Fixed crashes when importing CSV files
  • Miscellaneous bug fixes and interface improvements

Get Flavordex For Free

As of today, the full version of Flavordex is a free application. You can install Flavordex on Android or Windows for free from any store that offers it.

Due to this change, Flavordex Lite has been discontinued. Users of Flavordex Lite are encouraged to upgrade to continue receiving updates.

Get it on Google Play Available at Amazon Get it on Windows 10


Flavordex For Android Updated To v2.3.0

Flavordex for Android has been updated to version 2.3.0. This update replaces the backend server to improve the reliability and performance of data syncing.

Clients must upgrade to resume syncing.

The old backend was a Java app running on Google App Engine, which was proving to be very slow. The new backend is written in PHP and runs on a dedicated server so it should be more responsive. The app should also better handle large amounts of data. In addition to the new backend server, you can now log in using Google, Facebook, or Twitter.


  • Replaced the backend server with a new API with better performance and other improvements
  • Added the ability to log in using Twitter or Facebook
  • Fixed a crash when enabling photo syncing