Yummly is launching Yummly Recipes Lite for Windows Phone in time for the holiday season so you can cook up some great dishes or find some inspiration for your next party. Though this is only a lite version, Yummly promises that a full native version is in the works and will launch in the spring.
Here are some of the features that Yummly Recipes Lite currently delivers:
- The most powerful way to search the recipe sites you love: Why waste time sifting through the wrong recipes? Our unique search filters allow you to find the perfect recipes by holiday, cuisine, taste, diet, nutrition, allergy, cook time, technique, and more – so the recipes you find first are the right ones. No need to worry, we have all of your favorite recipes from your top recipe sites (AllRecipes, Epicurious, Food52, etc.) and from the best food blogs (Chow, Serious Eats, Steamy Kitchen, etc.). You can now also track the nutrition and servings of what you ate with Yummly's seamless integration with Health App.
- Collect, save and organize your favorite recipes in your digital recipe box: Saving your favorite recipes couldn't be easier. With the simple tap of a 'Yum' button, your faves are stashed for safekeeping in a digital recipe box. Once saved, create personal collections for easy organization and sharing of your recipes.
- Discover recipe recommendations, just for you: Set up your taste preferences and we'll only serve up recipes that match. As you use Yummly, like magic, it learns about you like (and don't like). Yummly will provide you with recipe recommendations every day that you are sure to love. In a bit of a food rut? Let Yummly help you out with a cornucopia of tasty suggestions. The more you Yum, the better it gets!
- Download Yummly Recipes Lite (free)
Thanks to Travis B. for the tip.
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