Weekend Cooking – Recipics

Welcome to the latest Weekend Cooking post. I had in my mind, my posting for this week all composed and structured, then, whilst in bed this morning with my early morning cup of tea I nipped onto the Apple Apps store to see what new ones had been released. I spotted Recipics, which is described as a “21st Century Recipe Scrapbook”, and suddenly my Weekend Cooking post changed.

A quick download from the Apps store and initial glances it looks good. An application where you can photograph your recipes from cookbooks, magazines, newspapers. Upload them to the application and then share amongst friends using Facebook and Twitter.

I had a quick play and photographed a few recipes from my recipe notebook.

Developed by The Appstillery, a company based in Scotland. The application is free and can be used on both  iphone and ipad.It also seems to be available for Android smart phones.  HERE is the website to the Recipics.

Weekend Cooking is a weekly event and hosted by Beth Fish Reads

About Julie Goucher

Genealogist, Author, Presenter, native Guildfordian, Pharos Tutor, lover of Books & History, Surnames, European Ancestors, Butcher & Orlando One-Name Studies, avid note taker and journal writer.
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9 Responses to Weekend Cooking – Recipics

  1. Anglers Rest says:

    Just a quick update. I looked this morning (27th August 2011) at the Apple app store and see the application has now got a price tag of 69p!


  2. That looks pretty cool. No need to save all those little clipped out recipes any more.

    Rose City Reader


  3. Nan says:

    Very cool! You'll have lots of fun with it, I'm sure.


  4. Vicki says:

    Shoot! I don't have an iphone, ipad or smart phone!
    Here's Mine


  5. caite says:

    photograph them…wow. I must check this out an get rid of those torn out pages that just get lost!


  6. Margot says:

    Isn't technology amazing? I love finding these new things.


  7. Beth F says:

    Awesome! I have a droid so glad it's available for us too. This sounds like a great app.


  8. Esme says:

    Thanks for sharing this.


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