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My Recipe Box : RecetteTek

My Recipe Box : RecetteTek

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Store all your recipes in one application!

4.7 Ratings 22K+ Reviews 500K+ Downloads
Store all your recipes in one application!
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4.7
22.2K+ Ratings
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  • Love this app Nov 5, 2018

    By djs140
    I had the app on Android. Had collected a lot of recipes. Was able to transfer them to my new iPhone. The iOS version isn’t quite as advanced as the Android version, but it still works better than any other recipe collecting app I’ve tried. I love that I can download a recipe from the Internet into the app. Sometimes it pulls in only the necessary items. Other times it downloads the blogger’s seemingly endless chit chat. But I just delete what I don’t want. I cook the recipe and then edit it any way I like in the app. When first installed, the app looks empty, but that’s because you get to set up the categories as you go. It’s fairly user friendly, but some things you have to figure out. Don’t give up! Once figured out, it’s easy and so useful. I use it every day. I will say that I miss the friendly little chef gif who chops away with his cutting knives while a recipe downloads on the Android version. In the iOS, it’s just a typical download spin. More importantly, once downloaded, the iOS version leaves you hanging...doesn’t take you to the downloaded recipe. But when you open the app, the recipe is there. Hopefully the developer will continue to upgrade the iPhone app. It is one of the only free apps I have ever paid to upgrade because I really appreciate the developer’s efforts. I think it’s the only app I’ve ever reviewed, too.
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  • Ceci Dec 17, 2017

    By Tzotzi
    I wish I could use this app across my devices. It’s a good app, but almost useless to me because i use my iPad to cook and my iphone for shopping. Please?
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  • Love this app Nov 5, 2018

    By djs140
    I had the app on Android. Had collected a lot of recipes. Was able to transfer them to my new iPhone. The iOS version isn’t quite as advanced as the Android version, but it still works better than any other recipe collecting app I’ve tried. I love that I can download a recipe from the Internet into the app. Sometimes it pulls in only the necessary items. Other times it downloads the blogger’s seemingly endless chit chat. But I just delete what I don’t want. I cook the recipe and then edit it any way I like in the app. When first installed, the app looks empty, but that’s because you get to set up the categories as you go. It’s fairly user friendly, but some things you have to figure out. Don’t give up! Once figured out, it’s easy and so useful. I use it every day. I will say that I miss the friendly little chef gif who chops away with his cutting knives while a recipe downloads on the Android version. In the iOS, it’s just a typical download spin. More importantly, once downloaded, the iOS version leaves you hanging...doesn’t take you to the downloaded recipe. But when you open the app, the recipe is there. Hopefully the developer will continue to upgrade the iPhone app. It is one of the only free apps I have ever paid to upgrade because I really appreciate the developer’s efforts. I think it’s the only app I’ve ever reviewed, too.
    more

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  • Ceci Dec 17, 2017

    By Tzotzi
    I wish I could use this app across my devices. It’s a good app, but almost useless to me because i use my iPad to cook and my iphone for shopping. Please?
    more

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