Recipe Gallery

Recipe Gallery

By Toycar Tools

  • Category: Food & Drink
  • Release Date: 2013-05-21
  • Current Version: 4.2.2
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 44.78 MB
  • Developer: Toycar Tools
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
Score: 5
5
From 4,949 Ratings

Description

Save any recipe from magazines, cookbooks, recipe cards, and Web sites in less than a minute with little or no typing. Recipe Gallery is the fastest and most convenient way to save, find and use the recipes you love. Recipe Gallery uses the camera of your iPhone or iPad along with modern optical character recognition (OCR) to capture, index, and store recipes in an easy to search and use image format. It also captures and saves recipes from the Web, making them a permanent part of your gallery. Quickly save any recipe in one convenient format and place. Then find the recipe you need with a simple search that looks through the recipe name, ingredients, instructions, and any additional notes you've made. All your recipes are assessable even when you have no internet connection. As an iCloud enabled app on both the iPhone and iPad, you can view or capture a recipe at any time and still have large easy to read recipes on your iPad in the kitchen. You can print your recipes, and sharing them is easy with a simple tap and email. You can also share recipes directly with other Recipe Gallery users via AirDrop or email. Store as many notes as you want along with any recipe. Save notes like nutritional information, alterations and improvements, or the date you served it last. All the notes are searchable and easy to edit. • Little or no typing, capture a recipe in seconds with the iPhone or iPad camera • Built in Web browser to capture recipes from the Web • Quickly add recipe bookmarks to Recipe Gallery while browsing in Safari • Type recipes from scratch, dictate them, or copy and paste text from other apps • iCloud support for recipe sync between devices and also provides a safe backup of your recipes • One app runs on your iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, nothing more to buy • Simple to understand help videos to get you started quickly • Import PDF files from the Web, email, or any place your iOS device can access • Create custom categories and arrange them in any order you wish • Assign your recipes to multiple categories and view them sorted by name, date or rating • Automatic OCR indexing of recipes • Search for ingredients, even for recipes captured with the camera • Share recipes via email, AirDrop or print directly from your iPhone or iPad • Full multitasking support of Slide Over and Split View on the newer iPads and iPad Pros • Three color themes

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Reviews

  • Not just recipes

    5
    By Sandytop
    If you need a card file for any subject, this is it. I’ve used it for years now. Cards for inventory, shopping, ideas for travel and, of course, recipes. Easy to use. Wouldn’t mind a trash can in case I hit the wrong button.
  • This app is great! So easy to use and get your recipes organized

    5
    By 3kids1993
    Great
  • Cookbook fanatic loves it!!!!!

    5
    By eversofrench
    Not much of a techie here but absolutely love it!!! Cookbook fanatic and always adding new books but couldn’t always find the recipe I needed when I needed it. Now I can!! Leftover fruit a little too ripe? The dual category lets me save to several categories like “fruit, bananas’ bread, cake”. Always nervous about trying new apps but this was so easy! Why did I wait?
  • Recipe storage

    5
    By juilletbrille
    This is such a great way to store recipes by category!
  • Can I give this 10 stars?

    5
    By hulagirl47
    I've tried several apps to save recipes; my own recipes, recipes from the web, from magazines, and emails. RG is the best I've used. It's easy to use, even saving pictures of recipes, and ability to add your own notes within each recipe. You are able to "capture" recipes and "crop" the area you want to save to GB. You can add your own favorite "categories" to manage your recipes easily. You can use the camera on your iPad/iPhone (probably other devices too) to add a recipe from magazines or your own recipe cards. So easy! Just take a photo, then you can crop the photo of the recipe narrative before adding it to RG. And, you can even make the words darker or lighter for easy reading!! If necessary, you could take more than one photo of the recipe if it's on two pages, cards, etc., and just keep adding "cards" to the one recipe on RG. You add the photo of the dish the same way! And when you go in to use the recipe, when you tap the "card" it opens up into a larger kitchen friendly version. Can't be easier. I've had several questions and Mike always responded in less than 24 hours, with clear, complete and easily understood answers. Thanks, Mike! Awesome support! My suggestion is to read ALL the HELP, TIPS & FAQs, and BOOKMARK sections, especially if you use Safari. Try it! I know you will love the ease and versatility. And Mike's quick, friendly, excellent support is just an email away if you encounter problems or have questions. It really is the best recipe management system. I love this app and use it every single day.
  • Fantastic User Friendly

    5
    By Roxie's designs
    I love this app I use it everywhere. When my daughter calls from Hawaii “Mom” I’m ready to send. This is great. Works great at Drs office for recipes from magazines! JUST LOVE IT!
  • Fix slowness

    3
    By eeds242
    I absolutely love this app but now that I have a lot of recipes in it the performance has slowed way down. When I click on a recipe to open it, it takes forever to open. Please fix this!
  • Erased recipes

    1
    By 12lickmyshoe
    I was really enjoying this app until All of my recipes where somehow deleted. I went to use the app and they were no longer there... Also, when I try to add a recipe buy selecting the + sign it will often kick me out of the app.
  • Outstanding App and Support

    5
    By BeBe's Maid
    I’ve been using Recipe Gallery for about a year now on my iPad. It’s one of the most useful, well thought-out, and stable apps that I have. From the excellent Safari Plug-in to capture recipes on the fly for future processing over the easy-as-can-be way to add recipes from any source, to the daily use functions: just a joy. I’ve had a couple of issues in usability when trying to capture recipes on websites that are overlaid with share icons or the dang injected ads. However, I just finally figured out how to work around that by adding multiple cards “from website” and capture around the blasted overlays. Perfect! The only addiction to functionality that I would wish for is an ability to copy cards between recipes. Overall, whole hearted big 5 stars! My friends with Android only are drooling.
  • Almost easy

    4
    By 8Trillian
    This app is mainly easy to use. I like that you can put in recipes from photos, as well as type them in manually and collect them from internet sources. Although collecting them from the internet is not that easy for me. If the recipe is long I can’t seem to get the whole thing. Mainly, I’ve been working around that by taking screenshots of the recipes, then grabbing the screenshots. Once you have the recipes they are easy to categorize and find by either title or picture.

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