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BBC Good Food magazine

By BBC Worldwide

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------------> NEW: Easy-to-view recipe cards can now be viewed in landscape mode

Need cooking inspiration? The BBC Good Food magazine App is packed with brand new recipes every month – created and triple tested in the BBC Good Food kitchen – with stunning images of finished dishes to inspire you to cook.

The App version of the UK’s best-selling food magazine has been designed to be easy-to-use and cook from, so you can really enjoy your time in the kitchen. With more than 70 new and original recipes in every issue, there’s plenty of inspiration for quick midweek meals, weekend menus, healthy cooking and ideas for making the most of seasonal produce.

Cooking has never been so simple…
• Recipes presented as easy-to-view digital cook cards
• Exclusive videos with tips and techniques from the BBC Good Food magazine cookery team.
• Bookmark favourite recipes so it’s easy to find them again.

Plus, now updated to include:
• NEW: Easy-to-view recipe cards can now be viewed in landscape mode
• Fully optimised iPhone edition
• Integrated online conversion chart
• Social sharing on Facebook and Twitter
Our award-winning App was voted PPA Digital Magazine of the Year 2013, DMA Food and Drink Magazine of the Year 2013, BSME Best Brand App of the Year 2012 and PPA Digital Edition of the Year 2011.
You can also visit us online at for over 8,300 more recipes, all triple-tested by the BBC Good Food team.

Other BBC Good Food apps available on iPad include: Healthy Recipes and Quick Recipes. For iPhone and iPod touch: Healthy Recipes, Quick Recipes, Cake Recipes, One Pot Recipes and Festive Recipes.

BBC Good Food Healthy Recipes and BBC Good Food Quick Recipes apps were both included in Apple’s iTunes Rewind 2010 selection of the best apps.

“A highly impressive and well thought through app” In Publishing magazine

"Whatever your culinary ambitions, this is a great addition to your collection"
5 star award, Apps magazine.

If you would like to get in touch with the team for more information or support please email or alternatively you can visit our App support page Unfortunately, from time to time an app may crash and on the odd occasion this happens we will endeavour to fix the issue as soon as possible. In order to diagnose an issue we would really appreciate you clicking on the App support page above and completing the short form at the bottom of the page.
See BBCW privacy policy

What's New in Version 2.1.72

-NEW: Easy-to-view recipe cards can now be viewed in landscape mode

-Updated with new Good Food branding


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Customer Reviews

So disappointed

Was given a 12 month subscription for this app in July and am really disappointed. Often the list of ingredients are missing from the page and links to other pages don't work. It regularly references links to another recipe as part of the meal on 'page 67' when this app doesn't have page numbers.
The worst part of the app is that it is complicated to download the latest edition every single month and it wont't recognise that I am a subscriber without me having the troubleshoot. I was really looking forward to using this online magazine and sadly it doesn't appear to have been fully developed before being launched.

Worse than ever

In the Library all the issues (bought and the once I haven't bought) are mixed together - I have to remember which numbers I have, or have to spend time looking for them. Even simple apps have a Library and a Shop.
I've just bought a couple of issues from 2014, and the recipes are in an unnatural big font, and now I can't even copy the text to print it. I really don't plan to send your recipes to millions of people, I just want to use them in the way which is the most comfortable for me.
Why did you destroy such a fantastic app? Why don't you listen to what your customers say?

Terrible way to view Good Food

In 2011 I wrote: Been a Good Food fan for many years and love this app. Easy to save recipes you want to try and browsing is just easy. Haven't totally worked out all ways to interact with it but I'm sure I will.
Now in 2014 I say Oh dear they ruined it. I’ve lost all my saved recipes, removed all my magazines from my iPad so I have to re download 3 years worth and no idea where all my faves have gone. You can only read in ‘portrait view’ and it’s really not nice to use/read. I am usually very tolerant of change but this is just awful. I’ve cancelled my subscription which is such a shame.

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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
  • Free
  • Category: Food & Drink
  • Updated:
  • Version: 2.1.72
  • Size: 6.6 MB
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimised for iPhone 5.

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