Download size1 MB
- Windows Phone 8
- Windows Phone 7.5
- owner identity
- photo, music, and video libraries
- data services
- HD720P (720x1280)
- WVGA (480x800)
- WXGA (768x1280)
Supported languages (1)
English (United States)
Take 250,000+ recipes, including your own, anywhere on your Windows Phone. Find ways to use up ingredients in your fridge -- just enter three items and BigOven will tell you what you can make! With over eight million downloads, and 1.5 million registered cooks from around the world, BigOven is one of the top mobile food apps. As featured in the New York Times, Mashable, the Wall Street Journal and more. Voted "Best Recipe App, 2011" by the readers of About.com. Named "Best App for Foodies" by PC Magazine, "Best Apps for New Moms" by Time Magazine and "Best App for Eating In" by the Huffington Post. This app is fully native for Windows Phone. NEW: * Now all BigOven members can use our grocery list with basic membership! * Add individual items or entire recipes to your grocery list * Your grocery list is sorted by aisle automatically * Email your grocery list to others * Your grocery list syncs with the web at bigoven.com/grocery OTHER RECIPE ORGANIZING FEATURES * RecipeScan(tm) - want to enter a recipe? Simply snap a photo of the written recipe - we'll transcribe it for you. (Separate purchase required after your first 3.) * Metric * Take and submit photo of a recipe right from your phone! You'll discover lots of other great recipe-organizing features in the app. An Internet connection is required for most features. Happy cooking!
5/21/2013I love it!!! Enter what you want and u got dinner. My wife loves me more
5/17/2013A great addition to any kitchen
5/10/2013If I could edit my grocery list, this would be 5 stars.
5/8/2013The UI is a little basic, but the features are there and they sync with the website. Please add the ingredients glossary to the app and make it searchable
5/6/2013Always my first go to for any recipe!
5/4/2013Anthony, huh? You DON'T have to sign in to get recipes. You sign in to keep favorites, Try Soons, make a grocery list and more. It syncs with the web and other mobile apps, so for those optional features, you need to sign in. Make sense?