Developer: Andy Drabble
Current Version: 1.1
Last Updated: 4 years ago
Download Size: 3.2 MB - Download
KitchenCookbook is an application to store your collection of Recipes.
As well as storing your own recipes, KitchenCookbook references over 1000 web based recipes which can individually be added to your personal cookbook.
Full search facilities are provided.
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Most Helpful Reviews
Could use a few more features - I was looking for a way to put my recipes into my computer so I didn't have a lot of loose recipes in my cabinet. This app. has done everything I wanted with one exception. I would like for it to be able to categorize my recipes so I don't have to scroll through everyone every time I'm looking for one.
Not Really Worth it…Frustrating - Wanted to find an 'easy way' to put my favorite home recipes on my computer. Have latest version of Apple MacBook Pro's Lion OS, so should be able to tap into all the formatting options this application implies are available for my system. Can't do very much within text areas or control print formatting despite best my efforts. Words just run off the page and can't modify anything in the app's set template. The listing feature and the 'Search' feature may represent the only real benefit for $6.99 within this application. Otherwise creating a continous set of pages within a word processing program would offer more features for writing up recipes that you want to keep and be able to print. Most aggravating was adding a photo to a recipe and having no option to remove the photo (just an option to change it). Adding the photo bumped a very simple recipe up to two pages….silly! Had to delete entire file and start over. Not very practical or handy; especially if you aren't really computer savvy. I will think twice before the next time I spend even this amount of money on something that I hope is a specific dedicated-use application. Should have just stayed with the Word and Pages programs I already have and can use very efficiently. This is a clunky word processing throw-back to utility programs that used to be put out decades ago….where's the 'elegant solution' for what our computers are capable of doing in the 21st century? Very disappointing!