Foodsmart by Zipongo 12+

Eating Well Made Simple

Zipongo, Inc.

Designed for iPad

    • 4.2 • 683 Ratings
    • Free

Description

Eating well with Foodsmart by Zipongo has never been simpler with personalized meal plans, digital grocery lists, nutrition guidance, grocery discounts and more. Plus, get inspiration with recipe categories like "immunity boosting", ”in season”, “15-minutes or less” and “budget-friendly fare”.

EAT SMARTER with personalized nutrition guidance.
PLAN EASIER with instant meal plans optimized to you.
SHOP QUICKER with a digital grocery list integrated with online grocery ordering by Amazon Fresh and Instacart.
STAY INSPIRED by thousands of tasty & healthy recipes.

HOW IT WORKS:

1. SEE HOW YOUR DIET STACKS UP and how to improve your eating habits with the NutriQuiz, backed by research from the National Institute of Health.

2. DISCOVER YOUR CUSTOM MEAL PLAN based on your allergies, family food preferences, and cooking time available--and swap new options when you want.

3. GET AN AUTOMATIC GROCERY LIST and take it with you to the store, or order groceries online for home delivery with Amazon Fresh or Instacart.

4. CURATE YOUR OWN COOKBOOK by favoriting recipes.

5. SAVE MONEY with grocery discounts.

6. SAVE TIME by entering your ingredients on hand to find a healthy dish you can cook without going to the store.

*Accounts are supported by your employer or health plan - sign up today! If you don’t have access, ask your HR or benefits administrator to contact Foodsmart.*

What’s New

Version 6.11.1

Improvements and bug fixes.

Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
683 Ratings

683 Ratings

hadiakarim ,

Good but could be better

I’ve been liking Zipongo a lot more then I thought I would. I originally downloaded it through my employers health rewards app. The option to “favorite” and the “tap to add to grocery list” are great to help you organize. What I’d like to see in some upcoming updates is the ability to make “multiple cookbooks” where favorited recipes can be divided up e.g. already cooked cookbook, to try later cookbook, make in the upcoming week cookbook, so far and so forth. Another feature would be the option to filter by ingredients. I know you can set some dietary preferences but being able to choose which ingredients you want to use up in your fridge would be great. So you could filter ingredients based on having wheat bread and turkey and see which recipes come up that include 1 or both. Overall I’m really liking it and hoping you guys put out more updates in the future.

Developer Response ,

We're so glad that you're enjoying the experience and that it's helping you making cooking easier! We appreciate your feedback, and will certainly take it into account. I would recommend checking out the CookItNow feature to cook recipes with ingredients you already have on hand

Alz1four3 ,

Really like this app

User friendly app, love that it has nutrition facts, love the categories they use to break down the recipes like heart-healthy or 30 min or less or I can barely cook (love that one). I think that is great. The only thing I don’t like is that it doesn’t tell you if a recipe falls into more than one category like say your in breakfast & you choose a certain smoothie, I wish in info it said other categories the smoothie falls into like diabetic friendly or healthy. Otherwise very happy with it.

Developer Response ,

Great to hear that the categories are helping you making cooking easier! This is great feedback, and we will certainly take it into account!

GrrlWednesday ,

Excellent features but terrible recipes

I’ve been trying to love this app for three years. It’s a benefit through my employer and I get points for using it regularly. The app itself is amazing - fast, with great features, and visually pleasing. You can add ingredients to shopping list and import the list directly to grocery delivery services. Amazing!

What ruins this app’s potential though is the recipes - the recipes are terrible, absolutely terrible. I’ve tried dozens and I’ve read through hundreds. It seems someone took a decent recipe and tried to make it healthier by substituting ingredients, but they forgot to update the images and instructions to reflect the changes. So, a recipe image may show a crispy skin-on chicken breast for a slow cooker recipe that calls for skinless chicken thighs. Or the recipe calls for mustard but the instructions reference mayo so you don’t know how much mayo, if mustard if the sub for mayo, or the entire recipe is wrong.

Lastly, it doesn’t appear new recipes have been added in years. That, or something in my settings is limiting me to the same 200.

There’s so much potential with this app, but sadly, the most important feature - the recipes themselves - are not up to par.

App Privacy

The developer, Zipongo, Inc., 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 Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Health & Fitness
  • Contact Info
  • Usage Data
  • Sensitive Info

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Diagnostics

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

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