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Description

Copy Me That combines a recipe manager, shopping list, and meal planner into one seamless flow. Easily add recipes from any website with a single click, or add your own recipes. Copy Me That syncs with all your devices so you'll have online access anywhere.

Edit any part of a recipe to remember your recipe tweaks. Add your own masterpiece photos - or fun flop photos, as the case may be!

Organize your collection with tags or just use search to find what you're looking for.

Plan your meals ahead of time with the meal planner and then head off to the grocery store with your shopping list. Sort your shopping list by recipe or category (aisle) to easily find your items in the store.

Looking for inspiration? Then see what others are sharing in the Copy Me That Community. You decide how much (or little) you want to share.

We've made sure that your iPad or iPhone won't go to sleep while you're following a recipe. (We know how annoying it is when that happens!)

Your recipes belong to you and you can download them at any time.

The free version has a full set of features and may be all you'll ever need. No recipe limits. The Premium memberships gives you a rich set of extra features (and is the one in-app purchase).

Note that the recipe detection, when adding recipes from other websites, is currently optimized for English.

What’s New

Version 3.1.8

Better recipe parsing, bug fixes, improved in-app purchasing, and more.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
728 Ratings

728 Ratings

Mar Gen ,

These developers thought of everything!

UPDATE JUNE 2021
I’m so happy this app is back! This is by far the most complete recipe/shopping list/meal planner out there. Everything works flawlessly and most of the features can be used for free! I liked it so much I bought the lifetime membership years ago just to support the developer and I NEVER pay for apps. Thanks for your hard work to get it back on the App Store. Yaaay!

I love this app! I downloaded it this afternoon and spent just a couple of hours to get most of my recipes into the app. Everything worked near-flawlessly. Easy to edit, add photos and you can even note which recipes you've made. I haven't used the menu planner yet but the grocery list seems to work pretty well, categorizing your grocery list by recipe so you'll know what items you're buying for which recipe. This might be a bit inefficient if you end up with several list items such as 1/2 cup chopped onions, but I haven't really played with that yet. So far, it's so much better than what I've been using, and I'm ecstatic. Thanks for a great app!

Mmt... ,

Would give 10 stars if I could!

I used Pepperplate for many years, but for some time the support staff had stopped responding. I looked for another option, and found Copy Me That. Wow, what a difference! It does all I want/need AND when I send questions or suggestions, the developer responds promptly, sometimes in less than an hour. That is amazing service.

I never upgrade to paid apps - partly because I’m too cheap, and partly because usually I can find free versions. But within less than a week of using CMT, I paid for the lifetime premium membership, and it’s already been worth every dime. The scaling option is perfect, and the ability to save and reuse menus with all the recipes (especially my 20+ Thanksgiving recipes) is amazing. And I decided I want to support the app and future improvements in it!

As others have noted, some small tweaks could be made (automatically picking up on total prep time or having a designated space for that, for example), but Tine is so responsive, I have no doubt improvements will continue.

Hfhfgdy ,

Mostly in love

I have been using this app daily for over a year now and i love all its features and its very easy to understand how to get the most from copymethat. There is one thing i dislike and it will likely be the reason i eventually move to another program instead, and that is this problem in the shopping list... although i can add as many new categories as i want, i can NOT delete the default categories, nor change their names. The program will always list my shopping items under the default categories regardless. I would like my food list to be categorized under the store names i created, rather than the general tag of dairy, meat, spice etc. what is the point of being able to add categories if the program wont recognize them and list my items there?

One feature i like the most is the red border of the page display itself and the large blocks of photo recipes listed in a grid. As a visually oriented person i find copymethat a pleasure for my eyes and finding inspiration for cooking is easy with the program. It runs exceptionally well on my ipad and even works in landscape mode.

App Privacy

The developer, Copy Me That, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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