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1.66K reviews
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About this app

PizzApp computes the ingredients needed to obtain a dough with the selected features and suggests the amount of yeast to be used.

It also lets you save your recipes, reload and share them.
Updated on
Apr 20, 2024

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
This app may share these data types with third parties
Device or other IDs
No data collected
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Data isn’t encrypted

Ratings and reviews

1.61K reviews
Thomas Retzloff
May 29, 2024
Amazing app but has a few bugs with saving a recipe. Seems that adding certain symbols like % or / to the recipe title mess it up so that when you add a picture it removes said pic later
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April 21, 2024
With this last update any button refuses to work. They appear to have implemented blocking of anti tracking. App will not function unless you allow tracking ads. edit to response to dev: I have net connection idiot, and your app did not ask for GDPR consent. Final Edit: 22/04/24 - moving to ooni app. latest update is proof dev made those changes on purpose and lied about it. how can you trust such dishonest actions.
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NFP Software
February 2, 2024
The GDPR regulation requires collecting user consent and it is not possible to do this without a network connection. Make sure there are no restrictions on your device (e.g. firewall, private DNS, ad blocker). Of course you can deny your consent and in that case you will receive non personalised ads but blocking ads in a free app is bad behavior.
Marc Bulling
May 2, 2024
Doesn't let you start the app if there is no internet, in order to serve ads. Dev says in other replies that it is in order to get user consent, which is either an extremely bad implementation or a bad excuse for user tracking
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NFP Software
May 2, 2024
App itself does not collect any user data and does not carry out any tracking. Advertisers can do this but only if you give them consent. You can deny consent with just one tap and no one can track you if you deny your consent, but using a free app with an ad blocker is bad behavior.