Coeliac in the City has some of the best mobile apps to give you the edge and make living gluten-free life to the full easier!

  • Seriously Good Gluten Free Living – Phil Vickery
    Free, Available on iPhone & iPad, (Lifestyle App) 3*s/ 5*s App Store
    Content: 50 Gluten Free recipes
    Review: useful for new Coeliacs & those looking for food inspiration
  • The Coeliac Society of Australia Ingredient List – Coeliac Australia
    Paid £5.49, Available on iPhone, iTouch & iPad, (Health & Fitness App) No rating
    Content: 800 ingredients & 300 Additives for foods within Australia & New Zealand Review: A little pricey for an app yet the money helps support the Coeliac Society
  • Gluten Free Restaurant Travel Cards – CeliacTravel.Com
    Free, Available on iPhone & iPad, (Health & Fitness App) 3*s/ 5*s App Store
    Content: Celiac Restaurant Cards in 40 languages  to explain Gluten Free diet
    Review: If you get one App get this, useful to explain GF needs abroad & at home
  • Coeliac Map, Gluten Free, UK & WorldWide
    Free, Available on Android Market, (Lifestyle) 4*s/ 5*s Market Place
    Content: User Submitted reviews of where to eat & drink in UK & beyond
    Review: Great for on the go advice especially as tips are from other Coeliacs
  • Taste Card UK
    Free, Available on Android & Apple App Store (Lifestyle), 3*s/ 5*s Market Place
    Content: 5000+ restaurant offers!
    Review: Great for offers & discounts on restaurants if you are a Taste Card Member
  • Poynt
    Free, Available on BlackBerry & Android
    Content: Information on restaurants, businesses, movies & weather near you
    Review: A useful free app to locate your nearest Gluten Free restaurant chain



British Food App

What better time to eat street food than when the sun is shining and there’s summer in the air? An excellent app to have by your side as you pound the pavements of Britain, British St, Food is co-ordinated by respected journalist and founder of the British Street Food Awards, Richard Johnson, offering direct access to the best stalls, vans and vintage trucks serving up street food in the UK.

Connecting street traders with punters via live GPS maps showing who is trading where and when, British St, Food allows any street food trader to upload all his or her pitch details and daily specials, whereupon users are encouraged to photograph, rate and review the food on offer.

Street Food lovers using the app can also mark their favourites and can suggest a trader if they stumble across something that isn’t, but should be, featured. This is a slickly designed app and, once it gathers momentum, is sure to be a huge success.