My Recipe Book - Your recipes, finally organized.
By Cross Forward Consulting, LLC
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My Recipe Book is ONE place to store and organize the recipes you find and tear out of magazines, bookmark online, store on faded recipe cards – in a format that can be carried & used directly in the kitchen.
Our favorite features:
- RECIPESYNC, an iCloud enhanced syncing solution that lets you seamlessly synchronize your recipe catalog and grocery list between all your iOS devices.
- IMPORT recipes directly from selected websites into the app
- SORT recipes by keyword, category, ready time, or dietary restriction
- GROCERY LIST to make sure you have all ingredients - now add your own custom ingredients!
- SERVINGS ADJUSTER: modify your recipe servings easily, and save the modification to use in the grocery list now!
- SURPRISE ME decides what to make for you
- FAVORITES button for quick reference
- QUEUE button to add recipes you want to try
- SHARE recipes with friends via email - and now they can automatically import it into their Recipe Book App!
- NO INTERNET connection needed to view recipes saved in the app
- CONVERSION tools including temperature, weights and measures, and metric to US standard
iPad only Features (for now):
- Multiple KITCHEN TIMERS built in - now they work in the background
- Multiple PHOTOS can be added for each dish
- Input NOTES about each recipe
- CUSTOMIZE your categories & dietary restrictions by clicking on the settings icon, then edit categories
Whether you’re a busy mom looking for a great go-to app to get dinner on the table, a gourmet chef who wants to look for a recipe to use up the rest of your truffles, or you typically only cook for one or two, and need to halve all your recipes, this app is for you.
We love and enjoy your feedback on new features & ways to make this app better.
What's New in Version 3.1
The award winning My Recipe Book is now ready to take on iOS 7. We've overhauled the visual design to bring it into the modern style, while still keeping a firm handle on our roots. The result is a graphical change that is at once fresh and clean while still very familiar.
Beyond just the visual we've also been hard at work improving the sync architecture and fixed dozens of little bugs that had crept in.
Last, but not least, we also have added the ability to add and edit your recipes directly on the iPhone. You can now manage your Recipe Book wherever you are.
I’ve loved using this app and was really excited to find a great way to carry my favorite recipes with me (holiday’s at family, travel, etc). The import feature is amazing and even the shopping cart is pretty useful. It’s a great app and really the thoughts for improvement below don’t keep me from using it. I’d love to see it be my main cookbook source (what would I do with the spare shelf space!)
Room for improvement: It does take time to type in ones that aren’t on a website. I think an easier method for import from word or email (lots of cutting and pasting now). Also given the amount of time I’m putting into this app, I would REALLY like a method of a master downloaded document for back up. Just one big doc would make me happy. Finally, I haven’t shared with other people who have this app, I hope that if we’ve went to the effort to type in a recipe, it would be an easy import. A version on iMac would be nice for meal planning.
Best of Both Worlds and then some
If you don't care to store fav recipes in multiple sites and then have a 3rd place for your own, this is your app. Better yet, you can store your own edits to recipes.
I've had great success importing from many websites-I primarily use AllRecipes and Epicurious) occasionally some tweaking is needed.
But what I like most: the ability to print, and email recipes - this means you never risk losing your recipes (just email yourself), and sharing with friends is far more private. This is SO MUCH Better than websites which change policies, and apps which only store your recipes in a proprietary format (thus holding them hostage).
The ability to of sync across multiple devices fills the final gap the app had.
The only thing I'd still like to see is a desktop counterpart.
Super kudos to the Devs.
I like it BUT...
I wished there was an iPhone app as well as one for the MacBook. Sometimes my daughter is using the iPad and if there was an iPhone or MacBook app to sync, I could use one of those to look at my recipe rather than interrupt my daughter so she can use the iPad. It also would make creating a grocery list easier since always have my iphone with me and not the iPad.
Update: thanks for adding an iPhone version!!! Haven't tried out the shopping list function but so glad this is now available as universal. Thanks for not making me buy the iPhone version! Now....just hoping there will be a version to access on my Mac.
ETA: Still wish there was a way to access the app via my Macbook. I prefer to be able to type my recipes on Macbook than the iPad.
- Category: Food & Drink
- Updated: Oct 17, 2013
- Version: 3.1
- Size: 15.0 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Cross Forward Consulting, LLC
- © 2012 Cross Forward Consulting, LLC
Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.