DK Quick Cook
A good cooking app, but it needs a few tweaks
DK Quick Cook Review
by on January 20, 2012
Though users of the Jamie’s Recipes app will notice that photography in this app from Dorling Kindersley isn’t quite as decadently sumptuous as the offerings in the Naked Chef’s app, the sheer range of recipes available here more than makes this up for it, with many included in the app and yet more available through IAPs.
Navigating is simple, and when viewing an app, you can choose to make its ingredients or the instructions go fullscreen, with nice big fonts. However, the app only works in landscape, which limits how much you can see on a page in any view. There are handy functions such as being able to add a recipe’s ingredients to your shopping list, or creating menus.
The ability to filter the big list of recipes is welcome, and a good way to stumble across something nice. This is a good, solid recipe app, but we do wish it worked in portrait.
Download this app: DK Quick Cook for iPad
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