ChefTap For Android Turns Your Phone Into A Cooking Companion

Android: There’s no shortage of mobile apps that allow you to look up recipes, bookmark them and share them with your friends, but ChefTap also imports recipes from other websites and food blogs, and walks you through their recipes, step by step, as you cook them.

ChefTap is free, and can sync with your Epicurious and AllRecipes accounts. The app can scan your phone’s bookmarks and import recipes from food blogs you’ve saved, along with the original photos so you can see them in the app (especially useful if you sync bookmarks on your phone with your computer.) ChefTap can even organise sub-recipes separately — like sauces to go along with meat preparations — so you don’t get them mixed up.

While you can use the app as a database of recipes and dishes, it’s more helpful as a companion in the kitchen. Since the app can import recipes from other sites and serve as a locker for your favourite recipes, when it comes time to start cooking, you can switch to “step-by-step” mode and see each step clearly as you progress. ChefTap’s simplicity and clean layout is one of its great strengths: it’s free, ad-free and lets you get right to what you want to see.

ChefTap [Android App Market via MakeUseOf]

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