Paprika Recipe Manager 3

Paprika Recipe Manager 3

By Hindsight Labs LLC

  • Category: Food & Drink
  • Release Date: 2017-11-15
  • Current Version: 3.3.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 46.54 MB
  • Developer: Hindsight Labs LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4/5 ( 392 App Reviews)
  • Price:
    $4.99
Paprika Recipe Manager 3 App Ratings: 4
4
Based on 392 App Reviews
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Paprika Recipe Manager 3 App Details

Organize your recipes. Create grocery lists. Plan your meals. Download recipes from your favorite websites. Seamlessly sync to all your devices. Features • Recipes - Download recipes from your favorite websites, or add your own. • Grocery Lists - Create smart grocery lists that automatically combine ingredients and sort them by aisle. • Pantry - Use the pantry to keep track of which ingredients you have and when they expire. • Meal Planner - Plan your meals using our daily, weekly, or monthly calendars. • Menus - Save your favorite meal plans as reusable menus. • Sync - Keep your recipes, grocery lists, and meal plans synced between all your devices. • Adjust - Scale ingredients to your desired serving size, and convert between measurements. • Cook - Keep the screen on while cooking, cross off ingredients, and highlight your current step. • Search - Organize your recipes into categories and subcategories. Search by name, ingredient, and more. • Timers - Cook times are automatically detected in your directions. Simply tap on one to start a timer. • Import - Import from existing apps such as MacGourmet, YummySoup!, MasterCook & Living Cookbook. • Export - Export your meal plans to Calendar and your grocery lists to Reminders. • Share - Share recipes via AirDrop or email. • Print - Print recipes, grocery lists, menus, and meal plans. Recipes support multiple print formats including index cards. • Extensions - Save recipes directly in Safari and view today's scheduled meals. • Bookmarklet - Download recipes from any browser straight into your Paprika Cloud Sync account. • Offline Access - All of your data is stored locally. No internet connection is required to view your recipes. What's New in 3.0 • iPhone X and iOS 11 support. • iOS app is now universal. • Multitasking support on iPad. • Add multiple, full-sized photos to each recipe. Embed photos in your directions. • Insert links to other recipes or websites in your ingredients or directions. • Format recipes using bold and italics. • Convert ingredient measurements between standard and metric. • Search for recipes across multiple categories. • Add custom aisles to your grocery list and re-arrange them in your preferred order. • Create multiple grocery lists. • Add custom ingredients to the pantry. Track quantities, purchase dates, and expiration dates. • Move items back and forth between the pantry and grocery list. • Add custom meal types to the meal planner. • Create reusable menus that span multiple days.

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App Reviews

  • I love this app!!

    5
    By JulestheMomof2
    I love this app so much! I’ve told all my friends about it and they love it too. It’s so easy to copy recipes to and use them when cooking or meal planning. I’ve always hated meal planning but this app makes it a breeze. I also find myself meal planning for the next week during the current week so it’s not so daunting to do on over the weekend. Our family has been able to save so much money by meal planning through the help of this app. I sync it on my iPad also. I personally like the iPad interface better when making a recipe bc the ingredients and directions are all on the screen (instead of having to go back and forth on the iPhone).
  • Love the app, hate the icon

    5
    By heisalso
    Please modernize your icon! It’s hideous. Instacart’s icon is nice and clean. Something g like that. Otherwise, this app is amazing!
  • Recipe Lifeline

    5
    By Sdrqww
    I absolutely love this app! I keep all of my recipes in here and I can access them on either my phone or iPad while I’m cooking. I use the categorization system to frequently find a recipe where I might not remember the title, but I remember it’s a crockpot recipe or an appetizer, for example. I also love that if I find something online, it allows me to import the recipe. This app is one of my must-haves and if it were to go away, I’d be lost. Get this app if you don’t already have it!
  • Great App But Can Only Use Mail

    4
    By Trilogite
    I use Spark for my email as it has features that aren’t available in Apple Mail. Unfortunately, Paprika 3 doesn’t even offer me the option to choose how I send recipes to other people, making it much harder to share recipes that I’ve adapted. If they add that feature my review will be back to five stars.
  • Love this app

    5
    By Mattabbug
    My mom showed me this app and I was instantly sold. No more scrolling for pages past long, exhausting stories of how the came up with the recipe and blah blah. This app converts all of that into a simple, easy to read format so you can easily go from recipe to ingredient list while cooking or shopping. Just what I needed!
  • Really fantastic, useful recipe resource

    5
    By monkey-bird
    After using Paprika for a few days, I quickly realized that I had the all-in-one-place recipe app that I’d been hoping to find. I easily moved all my Safari-bookmarked recipes to the app, uploaded all of my Epicurious, Allrecipes, Bon Appetit, etc. recipes, and have been happily cooking away. I did have a tiny bit of trouble with some YouTube recipes, but there was a language issue for those and I was ultimately able to load and correct them. I’ve even added those secret family recipes, so I truly have everything in one place finally. I started my organized recipe collection with the NYTimes tool, but it quickly became costly and too limiting. Paprika is such a flexible and forgiving tool - it finds great recipes from the web and saves them in a simple, consistent format. Honestly, I can’t think of a single negative thing to say about Paprika. If you like to collect recipes from around the web and want one place to view, update, and annotate them, this is definitely what you want to have on your iPhone or iPad.
  • Good in theory but

    3
    By tygerlily1999
    The consolidate function on the grocery list doesn’t work correctly. The list then ends up being difficult to follow if I need an ingredient for more than 1 recipe. It adds the same item multiple times.
  • Wonderful importing feature

    5
    By EOOW
    I don’t know how Paprika does it, but I’ve imported recipes from the most suspect websites flawlessly. I never thought it would work but BAM next thing I know it is in the app.
  • One major drawback

    3
    By cwhite
    I love this app, it imports recipes better than anything I’ve used. There is one major flaw however, the search feature only looks at titles and meta data, another words if you are looking for a recipe with chicken as an ingredient in the recipe you are out of luck. You do have the option of assigning meta data but today I have 1000 plus recipes and that is a major undertaking. I’ve tried to contact the developer multiple times with absolutely no response. So sad, that one feature would really make this the best app in the field, and I have tried several.
  • Fantastic App

    5
    By Catrancher
    I’m a veteran of Microsoft Kitchen Companion and many years with Mastercook. I’m an enthusiastic cook and recipe hunter, and this app does everything I need it to do. First, we transfered 1,500-plus recipes from Mastercook without a single glitch. (Even Mastercook couldn’t do that when I upgraded from one version to another.) I like that the recipes are held on my own hard-drive instead of just the cloud. We are RVers, and travel around the country. We don’t always have internet access, and so having the recipes on my own computer is a must. Also, I love the ability to find recipes online and then download without needing to type them in. No more stacks of recipes to type into a database. I love the ease of scaling recipes. All-in-all, it just works. Haven’t found a single thing about it that I don’t love.

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