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Paprika Recipe Manager 3 App: Windows or Mac $15, iOS or Android

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Various Merchants have Paprika Recipe Manager 3 App on sale listed below from $2.99.

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Available for:
  • iOS $2.99
  • Android $2.99
    • Note, there is an in-app purchase to unlock the full version for $2.99.
  • Windows $14.99
  • Mac $14.99

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    • Paprika is an app that helps you organize your recipes, make meal plans, and create grocery lists. Using Paprika's built-in browser, you can save recipes from anywhere on the web.
    • Want to access your recipes on your phone or tablet? Our cloud sync service allows you to seamlessly sync your data across all of your devices.
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They have started their black friday sale. The best recipe software par non. Its available for Mac, Windows, Android, & IOS. I have all of them Smilie

IOS ($2.99): http://www.paprikaapp.com/buy/ios/
Android ($2.99): http://www.paprikaapp.com/buy/android/
Windows ($14.99): http://www.paprikaapp.com/buy/windows/
MacOS ($14.99): http://www.paprikaapp.com/buy/mac/

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The ideal use case for having both versions is that the desktop is easier to use if you anticipate that you'll do ongoing recipe maintenance (creating your own recipes, making edits, organizing, adding notes, etc.). It's similar situation to browsing on a phone vs a computer, consumption is awesome on a mobile device but once you start getting to repetitive data entry then a mouse/keyboard makes a big difference. Importing from websites is super easy on mobile devices so at least there is that but both versions can be a nice to have.

Paprika is great, I have had it for years (started with the prior version) and it was probably the first app I used to earnestly record recipes. However, if you're iOS/macOS only then I'd highly suggest you look at more recent alternatives and I'd specifically recommend Mela and Crouton. Not having to make it work across multiple platforms and generally being newer and seeing more ongoing development is a big advantage but I'll highlight two unique benefits that I've seen.

syncing recipes - Mela/Crouton use iCloud sync as opposed to a proprietary account/sync system.

web recipe importing - all three have easy recipe sharing extensions to import recipes but Mela/Crouton do a much much better job of it. On major websites they're all on even footing but once you start importing recipes from recipe/lifestyle blogs then Paprika starts showing its age. You'll end up with a lot the personal story bits in the instructions whereas Mela/Crouton do an excellent job of keeping the instruction free of clutter while still adding some important tips in notes. Admittedly recipe blogs are tough because there is so much content so no app is 100% perfect all the time but even with that the difference can be night and day.

I hesitate to detract from the love-fest that Paprika is getting on here because it truly is a great app but yeah if I could only buy one it'd be Mela, followed by Crouton, then Paprika.
There are newer recipe apps out there, but Paprika just works. We have it loaded up on an old beater android tablet in the kitchen - an HP Touchpad from one of the best slickdeals of all time actually! - and it's wonderful. Highly recommended.
This is one of the few apps I purchased and support. I don't use a lot of their features for shopping and meal prepping, but I love the recipe scraping. It's great for taking a long winded bloggers recipe that you like and pulling only the info you actually want: ingredients and directions.
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11-21-2022 at 07:29 AM.
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I loooove this app for meal planning!
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There are newer recipe apps out there, but Paprika just works. We have it loaded up on an old beater android tablet in the kitchen - an HP Touchpad from one of the best slickdeals of all time actually! - and it's wonderful. Highly recommended.
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Me and my wife share this for meal planning, the app does a really good job of adding recipes from other websites as well. Also the grocery list option and the pantry staples option is super helpful. Only thing is we cant share an account as far as I can tell. Like we have to use the same log in as opposed to having her side and my side. Worth the dl either way.
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Thanks. Purchased to support.

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This is one of the few apps I purchased and support. I don't use a lot of their features for shopping and meal prepping, but I love the recipe scraping. It's great for taking a long winded bloggers recipe that you like and pulling only the info you actually want: ingredients and directions.
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Probably one of my most used apps, next to reddit and slickdeals of course haha! Recipe "parsing" is amazing!
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There are newer recipe apps out there, but Paprika just works. We have it loaded up on an old beater android tablet in the kitchen - an HP Touchpad from one of the best slickdeals of all time actually! - and it's wonderful. Highly recommended.
I remember that Touchpad deal!
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11-21-2022 at 01:29 PM.
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I wish OP would put what the item is, briefly in the description of the deal, because it saves everyone from thinking what the heck is paprika, oh it's a recipe / meal prep app..... FWIW
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11-21-2022 at 01:30 PM.
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Everyone said this was the best recipe app, so I downloaded and purchased it, but it's empty. Glad I used expiring google money from the survey app.
It is for managing your own recipes...You can also import your favorite recipes from a web address
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11-21-2022 at 01:35 PM.
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I currently use Cookmate - https://www.cookmate.online/. I wonder how this compares? Cookmate is a monthly fee for add free and syncing ect. Is this a one time fee?
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11-21-2022 at 01:47 PM.
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Bought it, 1 time fee unlocks sync and unlimited recipes. Very slick app I can't believe I have never used this before.
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There are newer recipe apps out there, but Paprika just works. We have it loaded up on an old beater android tablet in the kitchen - an HP Touchpad from one of the best slickdeals of all time actually! - and it's wonderful. Highly recommended.
I wonder if you triggered someone's 'HP Touchpad' deal alert. LMAO
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