Current Version: 2.4
Last Updated: 4 years ago
Download Size: 33.6 MB - Download
YummySoup! allows you to easily create digital copies of all your favorite recipes and share them with friends and family with professional themed prints, and email.
Features an intuitive web importer, easily getting your favorite recipes into YummySoup!.
Don’t just email simple text recipes to your friends. Email professional quality prints they will love. There are many themes from elegant to scrapbook and formats from index, 4x6 photo and letter. Each email also includes an export file so they can add your recipe right into their copy of YummySoup!
There is so much more including a recipe Scaling Assistant, full Metric & Standard support, Grocery Lists, a Weekly Planner, Keyword based Groups, Private Notes, Smart Measurement conversions and XML based exports.
- Bug Fix: Where entering ingredients created duplicates
- Bug Fix: Consolidating ingredients may not have scale correctly
Most Helpful Reviews
YummySoup! - Love, love, love this app. It was easy to enter my own recipes as well as import recipes from other sites like Foodnetwork. This is a keeper for me.
If you expect support, do not buy.... - I bought this app for my Mac and my iPad in the hopes that I could enter all my recipes and have them in one place. I wanted to be able to view them on my iPhone, iPad, Mac and be able to print them as well. All my recipes in one place... heaven! But instead I have had a bad experience. I entered a few recipes on my Mac and attempted to publish my recipecast. It is not working. I have sent about 6 emails to the developer and gotten only 1 pathetic response and absolutely NO HELP! So... I spent $40 (had to buy it twice - iPad and Mac) and I've gotten nothing. No replys, no help, nothing. I wouldn't recommend purchasing this app in the hopes that if you have a problem, they will help you. Nope, nothing, nada. I am so disappointed!
More Reviews for Current Version
Vaporware at this point. - This used to be the best of the best. Not only was it a brilliant recipe manager, but it was actually somehow, fun to use! The developer kept in contact with customers, kept updates steady on Twitter and his website. But somewhere along the way, he lost his way. Things seemed hopeful with the iOS version update, and it seemed like we’d finally have the ability to painlessly sync our iOS devices with our Mac version, with the Mac version update on the horizon. “Very near release” in October last year. But it’s now been since October since the last time he really updated us on the status, and since mid January since he has answered any customer questions on his page (and even then he was vague and very careful to not be specific). We’re now stuck with a beautiful iOS app, that is effectively useless with a seemingly dead OSX version to work with it. Personally, we’ve moved on to the alternative. At least that one is updated regularly, and even when it’s between updates, customers are kept in the loop about when to expect things, and what’s being done. Top tip - In the future, if you want to keep customers, even if you need them to wait this absurd length of time, keep in touch with them. Regularly. Bi-weekly at very least frequent, and as often as possible on the other end of the spectrum. The way you’re doing things here makes people completely uninterested in version 3 if and when it ever comes out. No one wants to pay money for an app by a dev that doesn’t know how public relations works, or how to get their work done on the product. Especially when the app costs more than 99 cents, let alone 15 dollars. If it takes this long to go from “very near release” to released, I shudder to think how long we’ll wait on bug fixes or version 4 with the new iOS and OSX versions coming out later this year. Get on the ball.
Was a Good App, But Isn't Being Supported - I have used this app quite a lot, and enjoyed the ease of use. However, the app has not been updated since September 2011, and it needs it. It keeps wanting to connect with MobileMe, and connecting with iPhone and iPad is erratic. I'm going to try Paprika.
Does Not Hold Up - I bought YummySoup! a couple of years ago because it was easy to use and the developer was promising to release a (then still in-development) client for iPad. That client was finally released, but it cost money to buy it, and it was only a reader -- you can't create new recipes on the iPad or iPhone version of YummySoup! Not only has the iOS version not advanced since its first update, the desktop version has also remained untouched in more than a year. The developer remains silent, and it looks like this software has reached the end of the line. I switched to another recipe manager, which I absolutely love. I won't give the name because I don't want to sound like I'm a biased shill, but suffice it to say that there is at least one other recipe manager that does everything YummySoup! does and more, and is available in fully-functional desktop, iPhone, and iPad versions. In the case of my favorite, each version can be used completely stand-alone (add recipes, create menus and shopping lists, etc.) or sync with other versions and devices for greater portability. In summary, there are better, more actively updated, and more robust options out there. YummySoup! looks pretty, but it doesn't deliver the best experience, and it probably never will. I notice that the developer has now promised updated features for all versions in the store description. I'll believe it when I see it. I originally believed a promise of "iPad support coming soon!" Months later, a half-baked iPad app FINALLY arrived, followed by an update even more months later. Do not buy this based on promises of future features. If you're not in a hurry, wait for the updates before purchasing. Otherwise, go with another app that has the same features and is available today. EDIT: I’m returning to this review after more than a year, and I see that the app has still had no updates in that time. I no longer feel that it would be inappropriate to say that Paprika is my current recipe manager of choice.
no sync with ipad - I liked this app at first, but thought it would improve to make importing easier in more sites. I downloaded Paprika in my iPad and loooved the fact that you can sync recipes from different devices. I find it easier to search for recipes in my computer, but use my iPad to read recipe while cooking and take it to the supermarket to read my grocery list. It has tons of sites where it automatically imports recipes from. The bad news is i have to buy this app in both devices. Sorry Yummy! but to anyone looking to buy a recipe organizer, I would recommend Paprika because of these features.
Could have been great - I enjoyed using this app for a while, and even bought the Mac App Store version after already buying the pre-App store version so that I could continue to get support. Unfortunately the app hasn't been updated in over 1 year. It crashes fairly frequently, and I'm not optimistic that there will be much in the way of future development. I'd look elsewhere for a recipe app unless the developer picks up the pace on releasing updates.