Download The Recipe Multiplier Lite apk 1.1 free for Android smartphone

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The Recipe Multiplier Lite

Posted by Michael Mangione in Tools | June 16, 2011 | 3 Comments

Apk file size: 2.0 MB

Now there is a fast and easy way to recalculate the ingredients in your favorite recipes to fit the amount of guests you need to feed right on your android device! With recipe multiplier just enter your recipe ingredients. Enter the amount of people you need to serve or use a preset button to quarter, half, or double the recipe.
It’s that easy!

In "The Recipe Multiplier" and "The Recipe Multiplier Pro" versions you have the option to save any new recipe you enter for quick reference so you can quickly modify your recipes. How nice it will be to have your recipes with you when you’re out of town visiting friends and family or to quickly save a recipe you found while reading a magazine sitting in a waiting room! Also you have the ability to add cooking directions to your recipe ingredients.

Modified recipes are returned in 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, and whole numbers.

For cooks requiring more precise measurements with 1/8ths try "The Recipe Multiplier Pro"!

Keywords: food, calculator, portion, kitchen, recipe, serving, yield, size

Whats new

    Version 1.1: Changed buttons and some text fields to be more compatible with more phones.

Michael Mangione part of our Tools and have average installs from 1000 to 5000. Last Update June 16, 2011. Google play rating is 60.0. Current verison is 1.1. Actual size 2.0 MB.

Download the-recipe-multiplier-lite.apk 2.0 MB


Al Corner

Great app mate Took me a long time to find a recipe multiplier finally found this one. If u can have drop down lists for ingredients and sizes, do convertions and import recipes it'd be the best chef helper tool around. Thx again. :)

A Google User

Creates extra work... I'm not exactly sure what the purpose of this program is. It does not save the recipe instructions, and you have to actually count the number of ingredients??? What if you have a recipe with variations? What about those of us who use decimals instead of fractions and less-accurate "cup" and "tsp/tbls" measurements? If I use this to convert, I'm stuck opening ANOTHER APP just to read the procedure. This app is only okay for recipes you've completely memorized every step in the procedure and has no variations, like making powdered milk into liquid or mixing up some other drink mix (think Kool-Aid or Crystal Light).

Laura O

Zero stars If I could give zero stars I would because I cannot give an accurate score when an app force closes when I attempt to open it. Could not even get to a menu screen.

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