Not that the app is not useful, but coming from Cheftap this seems like a huge downgrading in terms of UX. Even the free version of Cheftap offers much better UX than this one. I only went for this one as Cheftap paid one is pretty costly and I need to store more than 100 recipes. The app could use some basic features as hold on recipe to open a menu where I can be quickly categorised or tagged. Ability to change the way recipe layout looks. And so on.
Favorite App I've used this app since the first iPad version and now use it on my Windows 10 pc and Android tablet and phone. I cook and bake a lot and really can't imagine a better recipe app. I especially love the ability to scale my recipes, plan my meals and the grocery list. Plus having it on all devices saved to the cloud is great. It is my most used app and my only "keeper" since my first tablet. The technical support has been great. I recently emailed them to ask to make it easier to email recipes from the Windows 10 version.
A truly great Recipe managing app. Not only can you enter you own and upload photos, but you can also use the built-in browser to navigate to your favorite recipes online and the app will extra all the necessary info with the push of a button. I don't buy many apps but this was a great investment since it syncs across my tablet, phone, and computer. Also, would love to see more built-in sharing options (Facebook Messenger, etc.)
I used to love this app. But they promised an upgrade for Android years ago and it never came. It's not even up to 2.0. All during that time, they kept updating IOS and Windows, but nothing for Android. It seems the app has now been abandoned. There has been no news for many months. I have been searching for a replacement app but can't find anything that will import from Paprika. I have too many recipes to manually add them. If anyone knows of an app that will accept Paprika recipes, I would love to know that info!
I love all the features of this app and I want to give it 5 stars but the syncing between devices is too unreliable. I'm sitting here in front of my android phone and my I pad. Both reflect a successful sync status of less than a minute ago but one has nothing on the to buy grocery list and the other has 20 items. I'm going to have to go back to Cozi for groceries because of this. Bummer
I've tried every app I could find to replace FoodPlanner since it's no long supported. This one has great potential, but there are a few things that could use work. I would really like to see, either a weekday widget that shows what is planned for each day, or the ability to sync with Google Calendar. Additionally, the trial version on PC has a pantry section, to keep track of inventory I would love to be able to do that from the app! I'm not sure what all it keeps track of, but I would want it to include things like amount, unit, store, category, price, and expiration date. I really do like the recipe browser in Paprika. I didn't think I would find that useful, but it's nice. I would gladly pay a subscription fee for those features even, as I know development takes resources. I think lots of people would. I have seen so many of these types of apps abandoned, but they are so useful!
- Fixed problems emailing recipes on Android 6.0.
- Fixed problems importing and exporting recipes from external storage on Android 6.0.
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