Each week we review a food related app. This week it’s Cookbooth. Photo-recipes by chefs and foodies. – find out what the Lempert Report thought.
What it says it does: Create attractive step-by-step photo recipes as you prepare them. Save them in the cloud and share them with everybody or keep them private, with an App that allows you to explain your best recipes in a simple, visual and complete way that is accessible to everyone.
What it actually does: There are so many ways to use Cookbooth: from personal to professional use - chefs and foodies from all over the world can connect. The app has four main features starting with the “Kitchen” where users can create step-by-step photo-recipes. Next is the “Library” where recipes can be organized and stored in the cloud. Users can also use the app to “Explore” and view recipes shared by other chefs and foodies. The final section “Chefs” is where users can discover specialists in different types of cooking.
How useful is the information for target audience?: The app is a great way for any chef or home cook to make beautiful recipe books. Recipes can be kept private or shared with others on the app or through social media. It’s also great to use as a cookbook to figure out what to cook for your next meal!
Ease of use: Creating recipe books is simple, straightforward and user-friendly with Cookbooth. Following others recipes is also made simple with step-by-step instruction so that users don’t miss even the slightest detail.
Who would best benefit from the app?: There are a variety of uses for Cookbooth, from learning new techniques to finding inspiration. From home cooks to chefs, Cookbooth is a great app for a handful of reasons.
Visual: 15 (1-15)
Usability: 15 (1-15)
Content: 22 (1-25)
Usefulness: 22 (1-25)
Value: 10 (1- 10)
Options: 10 (1- 10)