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Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by Zenric, Dec 24, 2008.
Anyone with an opinion on which App about recipes is the best?
I use NewsTap (usenet reader) and check 'alt.food.recipes' regularly. I don't know if that is what you wanted to hear. TinyKitchen looked interesting, as you can scale recipes.
ARLA Kökets kokbok is great but I think its in Swedish only.
I like Kraft's iFood Assistant. It should be free with all the ads in it though (it's 99 cents). But the recipes you can find on there are usually pretty tasty and easy.
All Recipes have a fairly decent app that IS free, no search function though.
If your talking about a more personal cookbook, the only two I tried were chef and headcook. Chef offers website syncing to enter recipes, but it's web interface was awful. Headcook offers desktop syncing which I haven't tried yet but it looks tedious to setup. All of them suck for entering recipes on the iphone itself.
Anyone else has any reviews on a good recipe app?
Despite having one of the worst names ever, I am now using MacGourmet. I like it though it's not perfect. It has a handful of funky bugs. The clear advantage, however, is that it syncs with MacGourmet Deluxe. Really, I am hoping YummySoup! soon comes out with an iDevice companion app.
Thank you for the fast reply.
Heard from someone that epicurious is not bad for recipes.
I installed it and the app just hangs and says i am offline.
not pure recipes but the Jamie Oliver app is surprisingly good !
picked up at the last sale and am very impressed with it
All Recipes Dinner Spinner, is really fun to use, great interface, can search, and its free. That's what I have been using.
If you want more instructional recipes, including video, jaimie oliver's is quite neat. If you want something more like a utility, to know what recipe to cook by ingredients, the Cookmate does it.
My all time favorite iPhone Recipes Application is Easy Chef Recipes
It's simple, easy to use, and they have 15,000 recipes and a random recipe shaker that is really cool! You should check it out!
You can download it here: Download app here
From the app description:
15,000 of the best chef recipes right on your phone! Reviewed and approved by our very own experts in yumminess!
With Easy Chef Recipes you can:
***Shake your phone to go to a "random" recipe when you lack inspiration
***Search by ingredients, recipe title or categories (Christmas, Thanksgiving, Valentine’s Day, etc.)
***Store your favorite recipes to your phone for access without Wifi or 3G coverage
***Email your recipe, so you can have a print out at the grocery store
***Share and comment recipes on Facebook
***Tell your Twitter network what you’re cooking tonight!
Download it now and enjoy our delicious recipes!
Sous Chef is supposed to be coming out for the iPhone soon. The iPad app looks awesome, but who knows how long it will take to get to the iPhone.
I picked up Jamie Oliver's 20 minute meals last week, and so far it's been pretty good. It lacks a big variety with only 55 meals, but what's there is done beautifully. It's easy to swipe between instuctions, and double tap to get a picture of each step. I think it might still be on sale
I like How to Cook Everything by Mark Bittman.
It's very polished and easy to use.
dont like the total lack of pictures is my biggest problem with it !
have not tried this one http://appshopper.com/lifestyle/nigella-quick-collection but it looks nicely done, just needs to loose a bit off the price
100 Lebanese Recipes by LebGuide
Another recipes app: 100 Lebanese Recipes. Check it out! Easy navigation and high quality pics ;-) You can browse the recipes by category, name and picture, search by name, description & ingredients, mark and retrieve your favorite dishes, calculate and convert different liquid or dry units, and browse a wide glossary of cooking terms...
You can also discover a new recipe every day, shake your device to get a random recipe, share and comment the recipes on Facebook, tell your Twitter network about the recipes you like, recommend the recipes by email to your friends, and last but not least, always access all the content (no internet connection required).
Recipes collection include for example Ahweh, Baklawa, Falafel, Fatayer, Hommos, Kafta, Kebbe, Knefeh , Labneh, Maamoul, Manakish, Rkakat, Samak bi Tahini, Sambousek, Sharab el Wared, Shawarma, Shish Kabab, Shish Taouk, Tabbouleh, Tahini, Taratour
and much more!
Download this app and you'll become a fan of Lebanese cooking with 100 of the finest recipes!
If you're interested in Italian cooking then I would recommend the Italyum app.
It can be found here.
I love cooking and discover new recipes.
I love cooking and discover new recipes. Tip: eat balanced for the sake of your health. Foodspiral will assist you with this task http://forums.toucharcade.com/showthread.php?t=207354
Vote NewsTap, the app works fine for me