Paprika Recipe Manager App
Paprika Recipe Manager: A Great App for Home Cooks1:12 PMZannnie
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The thing about recipe collections is that they grow. The chances are your list of recipes has quadrupled since you started cooking. And for home cooks that like to keep everything in order, they know only too well how hard it is to keep everything organized.
Thankfully, there are apps now that help home cooks manage their recipes better such as Paprika Recipe Manager. Paprika is an app that helps home cooks organize everything from writing recipes, making meal plans to even compiling grocery lists. In addition, the app's built-in browser allows users to save recipes from anywhere on the web.
When cooking, the Paprika App can act like a sous chef. It has a timer for cooking, and a calculator that helps users measure ingredients according to serving sizes. What's great about this is users can search for ingredients based on what they currently have on hand so if you have, say, apples, all you have to do is type apples in the search box and you'll see thousands of recipes that use apples, from soups to desserts.
If you want to share recipes with friends, the app has a social media sharing feature that can send notes in an instant.
Thanks to apps such as the Paprika Recipe Manager, home cooks are now seeing an abundance of useful food-related apps appear in Google Play and the App Store. And it’s this surge of apps and mobile behavior, that leading game developer Gaming Realms suggests has changed consumers habits. The bulk of people looking for information now tend to use their smartphones instead of accessing information through their PCs. The company, which has launched some food-themed slot games on its platform PocketFruity including Windsum Dumsum, Fruit Factory and Sugar Train also revealed that its regular user base is now made up on 70% mobile gamers.
The rise of mobile gaming and app downloads has been the main reason why so much money is now being invested in the mobile industry. Which has only benefited home cooks, too as the amount of wonderful apps from celebrity chefs, popular restaurants and amateur cooks has seen a rise in the amount of people trying to learn how to be the best possible cooks they can be in their chosen field.
For additional reading, LifeHacker lists some of the other great recipe and recipe-manager apps that can help perfect your craft.
The Paprika App Manager is available on iTunes for $4.99.