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Turn Your Device Into A Cookbook With Eats

Turn Your Device Into A Cookbook With Eats

July 14, 2012
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Eats ($0.99) by Stuart McLean gives every food lover the perfect tool for keeping their favorite recipes in an organized and portable package. Using this app is like having an entire cookbook library in the palm of your hand. Eats has a clean design and is fun and easy to use.

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Upon opening the app, you are encouraged to read through the user guide. This is a comprehensive guide that is very helpful and easy to understand. The guide is about 12 pages long and is formatted so you can easily find the answer to whatever question you may have about the app.

There are so many features in Eats, that it really is the only app you’ll need for any project in the kitchen. The app includes features like an egg timer, a temperature chart, and unit converters for weight and liquids. It even comes equipped with a tip calculator for when you go out. The user guide explains, in great detail, how to use each and every one of these features.

Eats gives you many options for entering recipes. You can create your own recipes by using a standardized typing system to enter them into the app. My favorite thing about Eats is how easy it is to enter recipes from my favorite cooking websites. Using Eats, you can copy and paste every element of the online recipe without ever leaving the browser feature within the app. You can also take a picture of the Web page and enter it in as a photo recipe. With so many ways to find and save recipes, you will never miss out on a great dish ever again.

Food and cooking apps, like Eats, have been growing quickly in popularity. In fact, they have become so popular, that Apple has added a Food and Drink category to the App Store. This new category makes it easy for foodies to find the perfect apps for their lifestyle. Be sure to check out Eats in this new category.

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Eats is packed with great features, making it the best recipe app I have ever used. The design is clean, simple, and so easy to use that even the most disorganized person could have the most organized recipe list using this app. I highly recommend it to anyone who loves spending time in the kitchen.

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