Nowadays, practically everyone knows how to cook something. Whether it is an egg, spaghetti, sausages, it is important that you won’t be starving. Cooking is an important life skill. And now, in today’s fast-moving world, there are plenty of tools that can improve your capabilities in the kitchen.
One of them is your smartphone. You may be confused now, but believe us, equipped with the right apps your smartphone may be the only thing you need. Well, expect ingredients and proper cooking equipment. So check this article and find the best cooking and recipe apps for your Android device.
We all have piles of cookbooks lying around somewhere in the kitchen and we use only about 10% of them. Whether they are Christmas cookbooks or the ones for lunch, dinner, deserts, you name it, we have them all! It is really hard to find that one recipe everybody liked years ago between hundreds of cookbooks and thousands of recipe pages.
Image to Word Converter can really help you out. Simply take a photo of the recipe you like and the app will digitize it and convert it to MS Word format.
That way you would never need to go through hundreds of cookbooks to find a recipe, simply open the app and it’s already there. Another great thing is that saved recipes are editable, which means then you can adjust measurements according to the number of people you usually cook for and save it like that.
This will end up saving you a lot of time since you won’t need to do new measurements every time you cook.
It is most likely that you have already seen a Tasty video on your social media feed and by downloading and using this app you will no longer have to scroll back through your timeline to find that one recipe.
This app will provide you with a complete step-by-step preparation, walk-through video while keeping your phone’s screen awake the whole time.
The app is completely customizable and you will have the earliest access to the latest and greatest videos. For instance, if you are a vegetarian, you could choose to hide all recipes containing meat.
You can also use filters to search for recipes that are low carb, vegan, gluten-free and more.
The app has an option to send you notification recommendations for your next meal based on major holidays or day of the week. The app has over 3000 Tasty recipes so everyone should be able to find what they are looking for.
This is not your ordinary recipe app. It is actually one of the best clipper tools available out there. What we mean by that is that you can basically share any web page with the app which will automatically assemble the recipe for you. The app has an intuitive user interface and it even has support for websites like Pinterest. ChefTap can also be used in an offline mode. With a free account you can save up to 100 recipes and you get most of the app’s features. This app is great because you will never need to highlight, copy or paste text from the internet again.
Anyone who takes cooking seriously knows how important it is to have a grocery shopping list. Plain paper shopping lists can easily be lost, destroyed and they can’t be easily edited. Bring! app address those problems.
By using it, you can effortlessly manage, plan or share your grocery shopping lists with other people all within the app. Whether you are planning a house-warming party, office party with your colleges or just making a list of groceries and supplies for your big family get-together,
Bring! keeps you covered. The app is used by more than 5 million people around the world and it was “Editors Choice” by Google Play.
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Another relatively new cooking app. What separates Yummly from the rest is the fact that it has more than 2 million recipes from best chefs. Every week they add thousands of new recipes for you to discover.
It has all the basic features like the grocery list, saving your favorite recipes and others. You also have an option to create diets based on various recipes.
It doesn’t support all the diets, but it does a good job with the ones it does support. The app really provides plenty of information that you can go through and the search function is great as well.
You have an option to schedule your recipes at the exact time you want to eat and the app will remind you when it’s time to start cooking.
Whether you are a professional cook or you are doing just for fun, we believe you will find these apps extremely useful. In case we’ve missed any of the cooking apps you like, please let us know in the comments. What app did you like the most?