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YummySoup! allows you to easily create digital copies of all your favorite recipes and share them with friends and family with professional themed prints, and email.
Features an intuitive web importer, easily getting your favorite recipes into YummySoup!.
Don’t just email simple text recipes to your friends. Email professional quality prints they will love. There are many themes from elegant to scrapbook and formats from index, 4x6 photo and letter. Each email also includes an export file so they can add your recipe right into their copy of YummySoup!
There is so much more including a recipe Scaling Assistant, full Metric & Standard support, Grocery Lists, a Weekly Planner, Keyword based Groups, Private Notes, Smart Measurement conversions and XML based exports.
What's New in Version 2.4
- Bug Fix: Where entering ingredients created duplicates
- Bug Fix: Consolidating ingredients may not have scale correctly
Version seems to be quite buggy...
Seems to be an issue with groups since version upgrade. Old smartgroups have been changed to folders and when creating a new group it doesn't appear unless you manipulate the list order manually.
App Support site is just the userguide PDF and a couple of videos, no user support or email address on that page or others on site - only way to get in touch seems to be via Facebook or Twitter.
Update November 2012: No release for over a year, not convinced application is still in development - it might be time to explore other options.
I really like this app. To give a five rating I would like to be able to add free text in the meal planner, for times when we are eating food not from a recipe, and also be able to print the meal planner so I can stick it to the fridge!
Great App In The Making
This is a really cool app and to be honest it speaks for itself. If you are interested in cooking, baking or anything in the kitchen this is a very handy app. I've got notebooks full of scribblings and handwritten recipes and this is the perfect solution. I can add them all here, keep them neat in one place, and print them out looking really cool and add them to a binder for easy access in the kitchen. As well as easily editing, updating and re-printing any recipes I want whenever necessary. And you can import recipes from the net to try out which is pretty cool.
There are a few niggles, but in the summary the developer says version 3 is in the pipeline, so I'm not worried. Full screen support will be a deffo I'm sure so I won't go into that but there are a couple of things I would like to be looked at for the next version.. When you first open the app for the first time there are a bunch of recipes already in which is cool and gives you either a blueprint of how your own recipes are going to look and maybe some recipes you may want to try for yourself. The thing is these recipes are classed as My Recipes, and although I'm interested in giving them a look it would be much better if they were kept completely seperate, as, although I would like to have a look at them, when you've just purchased the app you will no doubt want to start filling up your virtual cookbook with all your own recipes which you then don't want to end up muddled in between all the presets. You don't necessarily want to delete all the presets straight away to solve your predicament either as there could be some you'd like... Also more minorly there is a fahrenheit button for creating the little F symbol when entering a recipe, a celcius one would be nice too, as for me in the UK at least, everything tends to be in celcius much more than fahrenheit.
Probably more information for the developer rather than potential app buyers, but anyway, this is a very good app that I can imagine being very well looked upon in the future when it has hit its stride. Recommended.