I'm looking for a good app to organize recipes that I have favorited online, and have photo images of handwritten copies. I'd like to make my own notes on the recipes. If anyone has any suggestions that would be great!
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I tried tons of apps (free ones anyway) and they all either had bugs it anoiyances or ugly ads. Or they limited the max amount of recipes. Then I downloaded Evernote and use that and it's awesome. I just copy the recipes from the web and you can make your own notes, add pictures and links. Plus you can access easily from our phone or computer. Love it.
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I use Paprika, and I'm obsessed with it. I show it to everyone, and have gotten plenty of other people as hooked on it as I am. Let me know if you have any questions about it more specifically.
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Daniel, do you mean regular Evernote, as opposed to Evernote Food? After reading your comment I downloaded Evernote Food, thinking that this must be the one you meant, and as far as I can tell it's impossible to use it to save recipes from websites accessed outside of the app.
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