Attention food lovers: Technology can make your cooking and recipe obsession easier to fulfill. There's no shortage of smartphone apps for foodies, and for that, we’re thankful. And while foodie apps have always been awesome, some of the apps that are now available for download are more helpful than ever.
We want to help you load up your phone with a few new apps that were created to make your experience in the kitchen and the dinner table even better… Yes, with these apps, it’s possible.
Looking to up your cooking game? Download SideChef, a free app. The app guides the user through each recipe — it has over 2,500 recipes — in a step-by-step format. It also helps the at-home chef get new recipe ideas by featuring a new recipe on the app’s homepage everyday. To help you pick which recipes are the best, the app also allows users to rate each recipe. Other app features include cooking timers, videos, recipe uploader, and recipe collections. For iPhone and Android.
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Everyone who loves to cook enjoys taking photos of their food — this we know. But sometimes it’s hard to capture just how amazing the dish you just prepared is. Well, thanks to Foodie, a new, free camera app for food photos, that will never be a problem again. The app features 24 filters, an angle feature, auto-blurring, brightness adjustment, and sharing services. For iPhone and Android.
No, we didn’t make a typo — this app is a play on the dating app Tinder. Tender allows the user to discover new recipes. If you like what you see, swipe right. If not, swipe left. You can easily filter recipe recommendations, save recipes to your “cookbook,” and interact with other Tender users.
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