Farm Star Living, a new, free app for\u00a0Android and iOS, promises to make it easy for foodies to find and learn about restaurants specializing in meals made from ingredients from local farms in the U.S. Does it succeed? Yes, but it could use some more features.\n\tThe concept, based on the Farm Star Living website, is deliciously simple. With the app, you can search for nearby restaurants, or those in other towns, that are part of the farm-to-table (aka farm-to-fork) movement. You get the restaurant\u2019s address and phone number; a link to its website; reviews (if there are any); a description (which usually reads as if written by a member of the restaurant\u2019s staff); and buttons to place a call and get directions. You can also tap a button to write your own review.\n\tTapping the "By Location" button shows you the restaurants on a map. You can further filter the results by choosing a mile radius, such as "any," "10," and "15."\n\tThe app also lets you explore farms you can visit by tapping the "FarmFun" button.\n\tThe app includes restaurants across the U.S. But when I looked at a list of restaurants in less densely populated cities, including Richmond, Va., and Asheville, N.C., restaurants in my city (San Francisco) were also included. Say what? It would be nice if, at least in the future, the app linked to Open Table, so you could easily make a reservation. I\u2019d also like to see a few photos of the food from each restaurant. Finally, there are ads that sit at the bottom of the app screen. Some, such as Google\u2019s ad for its iOS search app, are hard to ignore.\n\tBut app developers need to make money, too. If you\u2019re a farm-to-table fanatic, you need this app. It's unique, too; my initial research didn\u2019t uncover anything quite like it for iOS or Android.