Please change syncing options. Syncing every 5 mins is ludicrous. Please change to: sync only after changes, when opening, and after user-specified interval. Absolutely not every 5 minutes!
Estimation application downloads and cost> 207.99k
Monthly downloads~ $ 85.09k
Estimation App Cost
Paprika Recipe Manager for iPhone ranking history and charts
|3 + 997|
Available in countries
|Korea, Republic Of||5.49 USD|
Available for devicesiPad2Wifi, iPad23G, iPhone4S, iPadThirdGen, iPadThirdGen4G, iPhone5, iPodTouchFifthGen, iPadFourthGen, iPadFourthGen4G, iPadMini, iPadMini4G, iPhone5c, iPhone5s, iPadAir, iPadAirCellular, iPadMiniRetina, iPadMiniRetinaCellular, iPhone6, iPhone6Plus, iPadAir2, iPadAir2Cellular, iPadMini3, iPadMini3Cellular, iPodTouchSixthGen, iPhone6s, iPhone6sPlus, iPadMini4, iPadMini4Cellular, iPadPro, iPadProCellular, iPadPro97, iPadPro97Cellular, iPhoneSE, iPhone7, iPhone7Plus, iPad611, iPad612, iPad71, iPad72, iPad73, iPad74,
Versions and releases
Latest version Paprika Recipe Manager for iPhone: 2.2.1
- Improved compatibility with iOS 10.
Apps Changes History:
- New App Version 2.99 -> 0
- New App Version 4.99 -> 2.99
- 8 months ago: New App Version 2.2.0 ☛ 2.2.1
- 1 year ago: New App Version 2.1.8 ☛ 2.2.0
- New App Version 2.99 -> 4.99
- 1 year ago: New App Version 2.1.7 ☛ 2.1.8
- New App Version 4.99 -> 2.99
- 1 year ago: New App Version 2.1.6 ☛ 2.1.7
Syncs every 5 mins!!
Bonne application, MAIS...
Jusque là, javais un IPhone. Très content de lappli, mais je regrettais lécran de lIPhone trop petit. Chouette... jai maintenant aussi un IPad. Et là, pas content du tout : il faut repayer pour pouvoir utiliser lappli au format IPad. Vraiment pas cool comme pratique commerciale.
Absolutely love this app. All my recipes are together here. But cant clip a recipe since last update?
A remarkable achievement
Ive owned a variety of recipe software, starting with the venerable programs: Meal-Master and AccuChef. This app does it all. Im constantly surprised by its ease-of-use, functionality and versatility. Its ability to work across various platforms (I also have it on my PC) assures that this program will not become obsolete. Its really fun to use as well. Buy it - it is clearly worth the investment.
Hands-down the best
BUMP AGAIN. Still love this app, but after 2 years I still wish theyd fix recipe scaling. BUMP: scaling feature still not there, still very much needed. FEATURE REQUEST: The app has built-in ingredient scaling, which is key when doubling or halving a recipe. But it only acts on the first number it finds. So: 1 tablespoon (14g) sugar when doubled, becomes: 2 tablespoon (14g) sugar Itd be a huge help if it handled this as intelligently as it does everything else, as many recipes today are written in both weight and volume. Original review: Very intelligent importing of recipes from any website, super smart formatting when you input your own, recipe scaling, even exports grocery lists to email that you can check off, export and backup to common formats for future-proofing, the feature list goes on and on -- this app has it all. But more importantly it is beautiful and easy to use. Huge thanks to the developers for turning my ipad into one of my most essential kitchen tools.
Übersichtlich, klar gegliedert, einfach zu bedienen, sehr stabil und von den Entwicklern regelmäßig gepflegt!
I like this so much that I gave my mom, children, and best friend gift cards so that they could get the app, too. 1) RECIPES. You can enter any recipe you want. Type in your own, or download from the internet. I didnt want to tap all my recipes one letter at a time on my phone, so I bought the app for my laptop, too, and it was worth every penny to be able to type on a keyboard. The laptop and phone snyc perfectly, so everything I enter one place automatically shows up the other place. You can email recipes from this app, too, making it very easy to share with friends. They do not need to have the app to view the recipe in their email. If you enter times in your recipe directions (ie, "bake 45 minutes), that time can link to your phones timer. This is especially nice when preparing a big meal because you can have multiple timers running. When the timer sounds, it includes the recipe name so that you know (for example) whether its the apple pie or the dumplings that are ready. I recommend taking care to enter ingredients uniformly. Eggs, beaten" and "Beaten eggs" are viewed as different ingredients. "Carrots" and "Carrots, chopped" and "Carrots - one per person" are viewed as three completely different things. Just enter "eggs" or "carrots" on the ingredient list, and reserve "beating" or "chopped" to the recipes directions. 2) BROWSER - to import recipes (instead of typing all the ingredients and directions yourself), you open Paprika and select the browser, then go find the recipe you want to use. I honestly dont use this as much as maybe I could, because Im mostly managing my existing recipes rather than importing new ones. Ive used it a few times, though, and its worked well. 3) MENU & MEAL PLANNING - Once you have recipes entered, you can use them to plan your weeks menus. Its fantastic! Theres some flexibility built in as to how you do it. One option is to select the recipe, then tell the app to put that recipe on your meal plan. A calendar will display for you to choose the date you want to eat that food, then you mark whether its breakfast/lunch/dinner/snack. Quite simple. The other option is to select MEALS. Then you add the recipes you want added to your meal plan. I especially like the "note" option, which lets you put things on the meal plan without entering an entire recipe. I can just add a note saying "bacon" without having to create an entire recipe. I like the flexibility of having more than one way to get my recipes onto my meal plan, and I *really* like how easy it is to do. There are some parts of the country where people eat bfast in the morning, dinner at noon, and supper in the evening (not lunch at noon and dinner in the evening), and I kinda wish supper was one of the meal types allowed, but thats minor. Another feature (under Meals) is the option of creating your own menus. Some foods always go together. I always serve cornbread with chili. Every Sunday morning we eat ham, cinnamon rolls, and applesauce. My Thanksgiving menu is fairly well established (and quite lengthy). This app lets you define your own menus (linking your own recipes), then when planning meals you can select the single menu instead of every single item. The meal plan will populate with every recipe that you listed on that menu. For instance, I can just select "Thanksgiving Dinner" and my meal plan populates with: turkey, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, corn gravy, holiday dinner rolls, green salad, apple pie, non-dairy pumpkin pie, pecan pie, and punch. This is nice after the planning is done, too. Any day, I can open the app to see whats planned, and am immediately linked to all the recipes. Instead of having to flip pages in cookbooks, all the information is at my fingertips. 4) GROCERY LIST - Just like there are two ways to put recipes on you meal plan, there are two different ways to get recipe ingredients onto your grocery list. One is from the recipe: view the recipe and select the shopping cart. The ingredients will display for you to verify that you really want to add those things to the grocery list (maybe you already have flour and dont need to add it to your list). Tap "add" and those ingredients are added to your list. Thats handy if you only want ingredients for one or two recipes, but not practical if youre shopping for the entire week - thus the other option! Once you have a meal plan, you can select the meals and send them all to your grocery list. Its instantaneous, and you dont end up forgetting to buy a crucial ingredient. Note that you can also add other things to the list, such as shampoo, TP, dish soap. That makes it much more useful than if your list only had food. The grocery list can be sorted by aisle so that like-items are grouped together. As you are shopping, just tap the items to check them off your list. PANTRY - If you dont want to have to constantly tell the app that you already have flour, sugar, salt, eggs, baking soda, and so forth, you can tell the app whats already in your pantry. Those items will not show up on your grocery list unless you tell them to. I did not bother with this at first, but after a few months decided it was worth taking the time. Note - I also have Siri help me out. One of my "reminders" is "Grocery List." When Im cooking and empty an ingredient, I say, "Hey, Siri - add chili powder to the grocery list" and its instantly added to that list in my reminders. When its time to go the the store, I can either look at two lists (one in Reminders and one in Paprika), or I can manually move all the stuff on my Reminders list to my Paprika list. I highly recommend this appl