Spice up your time in the kitchen with these best recipe app for android devices.
One of the first major hurdles anybody has when they decide to start cooking is finding and organizing their recipes and getting the ingredients. These ten free apps on the Google Marketplace go above and beyond just storing data, giving you complete control over almost every part of your new virtual cookbook.
Let’s checkout the best cooking apps for android available on playstore for free.
Cookpad – recipes app
This handy little app from Allthecooks isn’t just a collection of data, but a searchable encyclopedia of food knowledge. With the option to search for dishes by ingredients (to eat what you’ve got instead of buying more), broadening your culinary horizons has never been so simple.
BigOven: 350,000+ Recipes
In addition to covering all of your basic needs for storing recipes and searching by ingredients, the folks over at BigOven are even willing to type up your scanned-in handwritten recipes. Now, you can make sure you never lose your grandmother’s secret recipes, keeping them safe on your Droid.
Cooking Conversions is a great tool to take care of conversions from standard units to metric, Fahrenheit to Celsius, and all of your liquid measures. This app also offers measurements on common substitutions, so you can finish your recipes without hurried trips to the grocery store.
Food Network In the Kitchen
Put some star power in your kitchen with this app from the Food Network. In addition to recipes and how-to videos from some of TV’s hottest celebrity chefs, your app is constantly updating; you’re sure not to miss out on seasonal favorites or hot new styles as long as your Droid is connected to the Internet.
Allrecipes Dinner Spinner
The perfect app for those of us who end up buying duplicates of food, Dinner Spinner goes above and beyond a regular cooking app. By simply scanning in the barcodes of food in your pantry, Dinner Spinner can check on what you already have and keeps a record.
My CookBook (Recipe Manager)
A great bare-bones cooking app, My CookBook does exactly what it says; acts as your virtual cookbook, keeping all your recipes in place. Either import your recipes from a host of supported formats, or simply find new ones through the Internet, and this app will store them for you.
Cooking great Chinese food at home shouldn’t be a mystery. With this comprehensive guide, you’ll be able to make any Chinese dish your heart desires, as well as find a few new favorites.
Pinoy Food Recipes
If your tastes are a bit more exotic, try this wonderful little app full of Filipino recipes. Impress your friends and family with a dish you can be sure they’ve never tried before.
A hybrid app that’s both a cookbook and a restaurant journal, Evernote Food makes sure you can always remember exactly what you got, where you got it, and how you felt about it.
Simply put in your recipes, when you plan to go to the store, and this handy little app will put together a list for you, so you always get just what you need.
Even a veteran cook can use a little help. Let your Droid help you away from fast food and into whole food.