Yummly Recipes & Recipe Box
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Included in App Store Best of 2014, Yummly puts every recipe in the world in your pocket. The most powerful recipe search, the recipe sites you love, your digital recipe box, recipe recommendations just for you, and one-hour grocery delivery - all with you wherever you go. Experience what millions are already enjoying on the web, now free on your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
--The most powerful way to search the recipe sites you love--
Why waste time sifting through the wrong recipes? Our unique search filters allow you to find the perfect recipes by holiday, cuisine, taste, diet, nutrition, allergy, cook time, technique, and more – so the recipes you find first are the right ones. No need to worry, we have all of your favorite recipes from your top recipe sites (AllRecipes, Epicurious, Food52, etc.) and from the best food blogs (Chow, Serious Eats, Steamy Kitchen, etc.). You can now also track the nutrition and servings of what you ate with Yummly's seamless integration with Health App.
--Collect, save and organize your favorite recipes in your digital recipe box--
Saving your favorite recipes couldn’t be easier. With the simple tap of a ‘Yum’ button, your faves are stashed for safekeeping in a digital recipe box. Once saved, create personal collections for easy organization and sharing of your recipes.
--Discover recipe recommendations, just for you--
Set up your taste preferences and we’ll only serve up recipes that match. As you use Yummly, like magic, it learns about you like (and don’t like). Yummly will provide you with recipe recommendations every day that you are sure to love. In a bit of a food rut? Let Yummly help you out with a cornucopia of tasty suggestions. The more you Yum, the better it gets!
--The smartest shopping list you have ever seen--
Don’t know what to make with that oyster sauce that’s on sale? Scan the item and find recipes that use it. Want to make the most of that bag of potatoes you are buying? See related recipes for items on your shopping list to make your food dollar go farther. And don’t worry, with one click you can add a full recipe to your shopping list and Yummly automatically categorizes your shopping list to make your trip to the store a snap. If you have an iPad or iPhone, your list will also automatically sync between devices.
--Ingredients delivered to your doorstep in an hour—
With our new partnership with Instacart, the ingredients for your next recipe can be at your door in an hour. Simply add ingredients to your Yummly shopping list, Tap to shop ingredients from Instacart, and have your groceries hand delivered conveniently to your door. With Instacart, we’ve got you covered from inspiration to preparation!
Instacart delivery is availible in the following cities: Atlanta, Austin, Boulder, Boston, Chicago, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, New York City, Philadelphia, Portland, San Francisco, San Jose, Seattle and Washington, D.C.
Download the free Yummly app today. Let’s get cookin’!
What's New in Version 2.0.2
FIXED: bug that caused the app to crash upon opening for users running iOS 8.1. (an OS that is a distant memory of the past for most...one from a simpler time)
More importantly, it's a time to give thanks...and we are especially thankful for all of the Yummliers who reported this issue and write to us each day with helpful tidbits. You guys really put the FEED in feedback! Write to us anytime: firstname.lastname@example.org
Glitches should have been fixed by now but aren't
This seems to be a very popular app and for good reason: it's beautiful, sleek, and helps you enjoy cooking and eating. But as other reviewers have mentioned, there are two troubling problems. If your phone locks in the middle of cooking a recipe, the app reverts back to the home screen and you have to slowly navigate through several screens to get back to your place. Also, the favorites/Yums list does not refresh with newly added Yums until you log out (disconnect) and log back in again. In fact, this is the official advice I received when I contacted them for help. I will say their response was very fast. In fact you will notice the number of your Yums (favorites) is correct and if you happen to remember (I usually don't) the recipe name, you can get to it by searching within your Yums, but the title won't actually display in the overall list. For an app this popular and so often included in "best of" lists, I don't understand why they haven't fixed these glitches yet. I hope they do.
Love this App, Need Minor improvements though.
Love this App it's filled with great recipes, but there are some really annoy little glitches with the app, like the triple refresh of your personalized Yums list when you start up the app. Or like when you have a recipe open on your phone & you leave it for 2 minutes & your phone locks up & you unlock it to go to look at the next step & the app restarts all the way to the home menu & you have to go search for them recipe your using again that's annoying!! Also there is this glitch where Yums that you have saved don't show up, & when you save you Yums to a new collection, & some of the Yums will show up in the wrong collection. Just minor annoying little problems, nothing that dilutes the greatness of this app
Crappy built-in browser
I love the access to various recipes-let me say that right off the bat.
But I'm using this on my phone. I want my information concise and easy to navigate when it comes to the directions tab within the three tabs available when you click on a recipe.
There's nutritional value, which is easy and quick to read and identify all relevant information. Same with the ingredients tab. This is incredibly useful and helpful when trying to quickly track down ingredients in the grocery store, or fire multiple meal parts at once as I used to when I worked restaurants.
But then, when I click the "directions" tab, I get this crappy, built in browser experience where I have to read a magazine article to get to the information I need. Even that's not bad, except I consistently get pop-up and pop-under adverts when using the Reader function to bypass those ads.
I get that this is mainly due to the sites that are linked to, and that's more or less out of Yummly's control, but they need to find a way to condense the article to simple, bullet point style directions. I don't want to read an article to get my recipe directions. I didn't have to for the ingredients or nutrition values. I shouldn't have to do it for the last leg of my culinary adventure.
Let me see my information clearly and concisely and without adverts.