October 18, 2014

Paprika for Mac is now compatible with OS X Yosemite. If you are running Yosemite, make sure you upgrade to version 2.1.0, as prior versions of Paprika have some compatibility issues.

** What’s New in Version 2.1.0 (Mac): **

  • Added support for OS X Yosemite.
September 23, 2014

Make sure to update to Paprika 2.1.0 on iPhone and iPad if you are running iOS 8, as this version contains many iOS 8 specific fixes. We’ve also added support for the larger screen sizes of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus.

** What’s New in Version 2.1.0 (iPad/iPhone): **

  • Added support for iOS 8.
  • Added support for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
  • You can now copy and paste photos directly from the browser to an existing recipe.
  • Fixed importing of .paprikarecipe attachments from certain email clients.
  • Fixed audio not playing in the web browser.
March 7, 2014

Paprika for Mac v2.2.0

This release brings the Mac version up to date with the iPad and iPhone versions. Thanks for all of your patience and support!

** General **

  • Paprika Cloud Sync has been greatly improved. It will now push changes in real-time between your devices, and sends only the changes made since your last sync.
  • Fullscreen support has been added.

** Categories **

  • Subcategory support has been added. You can now drag-and-drop categories into and out of subcategories.
  • You can now sort any category by Top Rated or Most Recent.

** Recipes **

  • You can now tap ingredients to cross them off as you use them, and highlight the current paragraph of your recipe directions to help keep your place.
  • To make it easier to cook multiple recipes at the same time, you can now pin active recipes to easily switch between them.
  • Timer support has been added. Timers are automatically detected in your directions, simply tap on one to start a new timer.
  • Recipe printing has been improved. You can now customize: print sizes (full page, 4x6 index cards, 3x5 index cards), print margins, font size, and disable the photo.
  • If your recipe was clipped from a website, and it has an image, you can now tap the image in order to zoom in on a larger version of it.

** Browser **

  • The address bar and search bar have been combined into one unified bar.
  • We have redesigned the clipboard tools to make them easier to work with. You can expand and contract them to view the recipe you are currently clipping.
  • When you import a recipe from a website, the recipe is now copied to the clipboard tools, to allow you to make adjustments before you fully save the recipe.

** Grocery List **

  • You can now export your grocery list to Reminders.

** Pantry **

  • The pantry is a new subsection of the grocery list. You can record common ingredients that you already have at home: salt, sugar, flour, etc. Pantry items are automatically unchecked when you add a recipe to your grocery list.

** Meal Planner **

  • The meal planner has been redesigned with two new views: a monthly view and a weekly view.
  • You can now add recipes to the meal planner by dragging them in from the recipes sidebar.
  • Meals can now be copied or moved between days of the week via drag-and-drop.
  • You can now export your meal plans to iCal.

** Menus **

  • Menus are a new subsection of the meal planner. You can take your favorite meals and create reusable menus from them, to be saved for later use.

** Importers **

  • You can now import MasterCook (mz2) files, and Living Cookbook (fdx/fdxz) files.
November 21, 2013

To celebrate Thanksgiving, we’re putting all of our apps on sale again! Happy holidays to all of our amazing users! We’re beyond thankful for your support.

Sale prices:

November 20, 2013

Now that Paprika 2.0 is out on iOS, some of you have been wondering “what’s next”?

We are now working hard to bring both the Mac versions and Android versions of Paprika up to date, with the same great features we just added to the iOS version.

Version 2.0 took us quite a bit longer to finish compared to most of our updates, partially because we added so many features, and partially because iOS 7 got announced midway through our development and we had to update our plans accordingly.

Instead of doing one huge update for the Mac and Android versions, we are going to break these updates into smaller chunks and release them as a series of smaller updates over the next few months.