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    Be Vegan

    by Symbiosis Creative

    Looking to become vegan, or vegetarian, but want more information? This iPhone app is full of news and articles, even videos to help you along. On top of the great articles, it also has some good recipes. It's great for those who are already living a vegan lifestyle, or for those who are interested in finding out more about it.

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    VeganYumYum Mobile

    by VeganYumYum

    Now, let's talk recipes. This app allows you to search many recipes from VeganYumYum.com — offline and on your iPhone. Its straight forward, step-by-step directions for recipes really make it a joy to use. Many great recipes, easy to use, and it's free! What more could you want?

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    Vegetarian How to Cook Everything

    by Culinate, Inc.

    If these aren't enough for you, Vegetarian How To Cook Everything has a massive library of vegetarian noms. This massive and universal vegetarian cookbook can be used offline, as well. The beautiful interface and easy to follow directions make these mouth-watering recipes simple to execute. You can bookmark recipes, convert measurements, and cook your food to perfection with the in-app timer. The best feature of this app is the button to prevent the screen from dimming; so if you're hands are a mess during prep, there's no need to touch the screen to read the next steps.

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    Whole Foods Market Recipes

    by Whole Foods Market, Inc.

    Healthy, animal-free eating isn't just about recipes, it's about picking the right foods. With Whole Foods in your pocket, you can cater to any diet and stay healthy. It makes cooking and grocery shopping a breeze, especially for those with special dietary needs. And it also has some yummy recipes of its own.

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    VegScan

    by Josh Highland

    Now that we're cooking, and doing some grocery shopping, we need a grocery store companion. I don't know about you, but knowing each and every product that has animal products in it isn't an easy task. And scanning the ingredients to make sure can be quite a hassle, and very time consuming. Put VegScan on your iPhone and it makes this a breeze. Hold the camera up to the ingredients of an item and it will scan for anything, letting you know if it's vegan, vegetarian, or not.

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    VegOut - Vegetarian Restaurant Guide

    by Front-Ended

    Making delicious vegan and vegetarian meals at home may be one thing, but what about eating out? VegOut searches your location for vegan and vegetarian-friendly restaurants near you. It is powered by HappyCow.net and works internationally. So, never fret again about eating out and catering to your veggie needs on the go.

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    VeganXpress - Menu & Shopping Assistance

    by Brandon Berger

    Finding vegan and vegetarian restaurants is great, but what about focusing on restaurants that aren't necessarily aimed toward animal lovers? This universal app tells you what's vegan at chain restaurants and fast food joints. If you're out with friends who aren't vegan, it's sometimes difficult to find something on the menu that's vegan-friendly. It includes beers, wines, and other snacks, not just meals, and is updated regularly.

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    BNB

    by Hot Frog

    We've covered getting started being more animal-friendly, mainly focusing on the food aspect. Well, Be Nice to Bunnies will help you out with other products, not just food. This great little app allows you to search by company, category, and product to find out which items do or do not test on animals. Stay informed and completely animal-friendly with BNB.

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    PETA

    by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals

    You're doing your part and not eating animal products, but what else can you do? The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) app not only tells you what you can do to take action, it works as an encouraging tool. It does this by allowing you to earn points and badges every time you take action and stand up for animal rights. Congratulations on taking your first steps to being animal-friendly!