November 27, 2014

Epicurious Brings Recipe App to Android

Award-winning food website, Epicurious.com has dropped their first application into the Android Market today.  The freely available Epicurious’ Recipes & Shopping List: On the Go and In the Kitchen provides users with the ability to browse and search the Epicurious.com database of over 28,000 editor-created and tested recipes.  Further, the app provides step-by-step instructions, a shopping list, and recipe sharing. Oh, there’s also a great little widget that provides the recipe of the day! 

Features found in Epicurious’ Recipes & Shopping List: On the Go and In the Kitchen:

  • Proven recipes: Over 28,000 professionally tested recipes to ensure a delicious meal. Sources include two of the most respected brands in the business, Gourmet and Bon Appétit, plus web-exclusive recipes from renowned chefs and cookbook authors.
  • Voice Recognition Search: Speak the name of an ingredient or recipe into the phone and instantly receive recipes.
  • Homepage widget: Click here to find out what Epicurious.com’s delicious recipe of the day is.
  • Browse functionality: Browse popular recipe collections, from Weeknight Dinners to Cool Cocktails. Select a recipe collection from the Home screen, then swipe to flip from recipe to recipe.
  • A robust search engine: Swipe through cool icons on the search screen to filter by what’s in your fridge, what’s healthy, what’s in season, and more. Find inspiration browsing by type of dish, main ingredient, cuisine, dietary consideration, dish type, and season or occasion. Or, search recipes by keyword.
  • Saving and sending functionality: Save recipes to your Favorites by tapping the plus sign on any recipe image. E-mail any recipe to yourself or to a friend.
  • Shopping List: Shop on the go by saving recipes to your Shopping List (just tap the plus sign on any recipe image). At the store, check off items as you shop.
  • Cookbook mode: Tap “view recipe” to see the recipe in step-by-step view for easy-to-follow instructions in the kitchen.

This marks not only the first Epicurious app created for Android but also the first Condé Nast Digital selection as well.  You can find this in the Android Market for all version of Android starting with 1.5 and higher.



  • jesse

    I've been waiting for this one for a while. I don't see it in the Market yet, though.

    • http://intensedebate.com/people/droidin droidin

      I just downloaded it

      • http://intensedebate.com/people/droidin droidin

        Anyway – tried to search for "Oatmeal" and got FC

  • Daniel

    definitely not on the market yet!

    • http://intensedebate.com/people/androidguys androidguys

      Those screens came from our downloaded copy. We found it on Cliq XT (1.5) and 2.1 (EVO 4G).

  • rizzle

    I cant find it. Barcode?

  • Gerrylum

    I don't think this is available for Froyo yet.

  • Clinton

    Nexus One with 2.2 – I can't find it in Market yet.

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  • xarophti

    It's a huge file. And I found the action (flipping from dish to dish) a little jerky and glitchy. It also really seemed to bog down my phone badly (file size?). It was taking forever just for my home screen to restore (and I'm running the stock home screens, except for a .jpg background). Running a Tmo MyTouch 1.0 with stock Android 1.6 Maybe it would run better on a phone with a beefier processor and higher version of Android.

  • Ginger Edwards

    Totally misleading app. It says for $1.99, it will sync your recipe box. In the small print which no one reads, it states it only syncs Epicurious recipes. Who wants to pay for that? I can get that for free along with my personal recipes by going onto the browser and pulling up the website. I want my personal recipes on my iPad and the description implies that is what you get with the sync feature, but it’s not true. Don’t waste your money.

  • therestiseasy

    I’m on Android and prefer “My Recipes” which allows me to store my own recipes. It allows me to share my recipes over the web too. It has a free and paid for version.

  • http://www.facebook.com/bryan.mordt Bryan Mordt

    The android app doesn’t seem to be optimized for the tablet. The iPad version looks and works so much better. I hope their working on improving the android version!

  • http://www.facebook.com/bryan.mordt Bryan Mordt

    The android app doesn’t seem to be optimized for the tablet. The iPad version looks and works so much better. I hope their working on improving the android version!

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  • Guest

    Amazing recipe that caught my attention to browse over
    this…my family ate it up faster than it took to make it! :D Definitely will
    make again! Next time I’m going to make this with http://www.gourmetrecipe.com/recipes/baked-chicken-tenders-with-pasta,
    an easy-to-make chicken tenders you can prepare at home!

     

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