Some recipes are by weight, others are by cups or volume. Cupify converts from one to the other. Pick the ingredient and scroll for instant conversion.
Ideal if you prefer recipes in cups.
A lifesaver if you don't have weighing scales.
Includes conversion tables by the USDA National Nutrient Database for most common ingredients.
INSTANT TWO-WAY CONVERSION
Drag to view the volume in cups, milliliters, and fluid ounces (US or imperial) and the equivalent weight in grams, pounds and ounces for the ingredient selected.
Did you know that different cup sizes are used in the US, Europe, and the UK? Or that fluid ounces differ between the US and the UK? Choose the standard that applies to you.
Converting ingredients to volume units isn't new. Measuring jugs with weight marks for flour, sugar and other basics are commonplace. Cupify expands on this idea, so you can skip the weighing.
iPhone X support
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Very cool little kitchen app. Nice UI.
Note: this is a real review. I have no association with the developers or anybody even remotely connected with this app. It was just a lucky find, because I was updating their Print to Size app, and saw this. I frequently have to do "ballpark estimates" for cooking, to turn a recipe for 4-6 into a recipe for two, and Cupify fits the bill. The UI took about 20 seconds to figure out: rather than typing in the amount in weight or cups, you tap on the headline (the kind of stuff, white rice, brown rice, lentils, etc.) to choose the food to be measured/ converted, then you sweep up or down on the weight (left screen) or volume (right screen) side, like when you set the clock alarm, and you sweep up/down on the screen to set hours and minutes. Very Simple & Easy UI that uses the normal sweep and select motions. The list of measurable foods is not so long as to be hard to find things, but covers "almond butter" to "wild rice", nicely alphabetized. Very slick, with a 45 second learning curve. So far, no glitches, crashes, or hassles.
Easy to Use
I had a recipe that only showed measurements in grams. There are no good apps out there that works as easy as this one. Only was missing one item from the list but they allow feedback and I can’t wait for more updates to come.
I loved the interface. However the ingredient list is very limited (no eggs, really?) and the inaccuracy is glaring. For instance, when you slide the calculator to 1 cup, if you slide it slowly and look at the weight while doing so, you see the weight changes by an ounce or more while the cup measurement stays the same. So according to this app, a cup of sugar can weigh anywhere from 7-8 ounces. This makes the app totally unusable for me (a professional chef) and the limited number of ingredients makes it unusable as well.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.