Note: Please consult our App Store listing for the most recent changelog.
• Fixed a few memory leaks and problems with syncing photos.
• We have integrated with 1Password and iCloud Keychain to automatically save and load your account information when logging in.
• We have enabled support for 32-bit devices, so Paprika 3 is now compatible with older iPads and iPhones.
• We have collapsed the main menu on the 10.5" iPad Pro so it takes up less space.
• We have added support for dragging and dropping menu items so you can re-order them or easily move them between days.
• The ingredient scaler and grocery list will now process decimal numbers according to your locale.
We have also added back a few features from version 2 that did not make it into the initial version 3 release.
Most commonly requested was the option to detect a URL on the clipboard and load it in Paprika's browser. This can now be re-enabled under Paprika's settings. That said, we noticed that a lot of people using this feature to save recipes from Safari didn't know that we have also added a Safari extension which is even easier to use:
If you are in Safari, you can press the share button in the toolbar to bring up the share sheet, and then in the second row of icons select Paprika 3. (If you don't see Paprika 3, select More and enable it first.) This allows you to save the recipe directly in Safari without having to switch apps.
In the previous version of Paprika, when you downloaded a recipe or added a photo from the photo library, Paprika would save a link to the original photo and allow you to tap on the thumbnail to load the photo. We have added this back into version 3. (Note that these photos are not saved in Paprika to save space.)
We have added back the share sheet so you can share a recipe link to Facebook, Twitter, or other apps. This is now accessed from the Share Link... button to make clear that it is the recipe link that gets posted, and is only enabled for recipes that have a Source URL saved.
• Added back the clear pinned recipes button.
• Added back the setting for the name of the Calendar that meals get exported to.
• Added back the option to swipe from the left edge to bring up the navigation menu.
• Fixed detection of times in certain languages such as German.
• Fixed several issues with scaling and converting ingredients.
• Fixed recipe difficulty not getting translated properly in certain languages.
• Fixed the ability to swipe to delete a meal from the month view.
• Fixed the ability to swipe to delete grocery items that belong to a particular recipe from the grocery list.
• Fixed the sort order of meals that were originally created in version 2 and synced over.
• Fixed many other potential crashes to improve the stability of the app.
• Stability improvements.
• Fixed an issue preventing the Safari extension from starting.
• Fixed an issue with scaling metric measurements.
• Fixed an issue with sorting recipes by most recent.
• iPhone X and iOS 11 support.
• iOS app is now universal.
• Multitasking support on iPad.
• Add multiple, full-sized photos to each recipe. Embed photos in your directions.
• Insert links to other recipes or websites in your ingredients or directions.
• Format recipes using bold and italics.
• Convert ingredient measurements between standard and metric.
• Search for recipes across multiple categories.
• Add custom aisles to your grocery list and re-arrange them in your preferred order.
• Create multiple grocery lists.
• Add custom ingredients to the pantry. Track quantities, purchase dates, and expiration dates.
• Move items back and forth between the pantry and grocery list.
• Add custom meal types to the meal planner.
• Create reusable menus that span multiple days.