Recipics enables recipes to be captured on the move, in an instant. The device’s camera is used to take photos from:
• magazines - on planes, in the dentist, hairdresser, wherever
• an existing recipe book collection.
Or else snaps can be captured from favourite web pages.
“People often say they can use the normal camera app to do just the same” says director Quintin Cutts, “but they’re missing the point – this app allows you to organize multiple pictures per recipe, and categorise and recategorise them in exactly the way that suits you. So much better than spraying them all across your photo collection.”
Users love the app, giving it an average rating of over 4.5 across 40+ reviews. Lelole writes “This app is one I never knew I needed and now don’t want to be without”. While user Pickle Princess praises the app with “I am completely blown away – no more bits of straggling paper floating around with treasured recipes on, they are now safe in my phone.”
Many users have captured over 100 recipes onto their devices, with one user having more than 400!
The new release simplifies sharing recipes between iOS devices. For example, a recipe collection can be held on both an iPhone and an iPad – iPhone for recipe capture and remembering ingredients in the supermarket, the iPad for use in the kitchen when following recipes.
Once captured, the recipes are always with you – in the shop, on holiday, with friends. Sharing recipes with friends couldn’t be easier – the app is fully connected to social media such as Twitter and Facebook.
* only available in iOS versions of the app.
Pricing & Availability - Recipics is available now for iPhone, iPad and Android and costs $0.99/£0.69 (or equivalent in other currencies). Promo codes available upon request.
App Store link: http://itunes.apple.com/
Android Market link: http://market.android.com/
Contacts - Please contact Michael Park at firstname.lastname@example.org for further details.
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