By Condé Nast Digital
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Download and subscribe to Bon Appetit on your iPad to get dozens of new recipes every month, as well as useful technique, tips, and tricks to inspire you, plus a line on the latest food and restaurant trends.
The Bon Appetit app delivers everything in the print magazine as well as in-app extras such as step-by-step cooking videos and 360 animation, tips from the BA Test Kitchen, bonus BA photography, and access to the 6000+ recipes in the BA archive.
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What's New in Version 4.6.7
Enhanced push notifications, minor bug fixes, and better performance for iOS 9.
Cool navigation, but missing some features
I'm really impressed with the navigation of the Bon Appetit app. This is the first time that I've actually preferred the tablet version of a magazine to paper! It's fun to page through and easy to get to recipes.
I've been waiting for greater functionality over the last year, but haven't seen a few items that would really add to the experience... there is no way to save or bookmark recipes. On the magazine's website, it allows you to save recipes to Pinterest. Each time I read the magazine, I have to jump to the browser, find the recipe and pin it if I want to save it for future use. I would also be thrilled if I could save recipes to Evernote (like the NYTimes allows).
Doesn't work in landscape orientation
The images are beautiful, the recipes are pretty diverse, but why would anyone design a cooking app that requires a vertical orientation? Initially looking at the magazine homepage, landscape orientation is an option, but as soon as you download an issue and try to use it, you're forced into a vertical orientation. But I want to prop up my iPad on my cover which requires a landscape orientation to stay upright! This is painfully frustrating and clearly a major design flaw.
Also, I find it a challenge to navigate back and forth from various areas on the app. One needs to rub the top of the screen "just so" to get the options like "library" to show up. It's annoying.
Note, I'm using an iPad Pro and paying digital subscriber.
Very Visually Appealing
I am beyond satisfied with the Bon Appetite digital magazine! Very beautifully laid out and very visually appealing. Yes there are ads, just like a real magazine. You swipe right to go pass them. Just how you would turn a page in a magazine. I love how you can click to open recipes. I also love how my place is saved when I navigate out of the app and go back in.
- Category: Food & Drink
- Updated: Jan 12, 2016
- Version: 4.6.7
- Size: 21.6 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: CondeNet
- © Condé Nast 2011
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPad.
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