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Bread recipe management app - help test the beta version!

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johnm0123

Bread recipe management app - help test the beta version!

Hello all,

I have created an web app to manage bread recipes. I originally came up with this idea as a way to not deal with spreadsheets, have my recipes centrally located, and available on any device with internet access. I couldn’t find anything that was exactly what I was looking for and was free, so I decided to have a go at making my own :)

 I am hoping the bread community can help in developing this app. I am only one baker, so I need other bakers to help determine what they are looking for in a bread recipe management app.

I am releasing the app as a beta, you will need a key to sign up. You can email me at geekbreadapp@gmail.com to request a beta key and I will send one to you.

The site is www.geekbread.com 

A video demonstration of the app can be found here: https://youtu.be/AqtKx9oQeC8

The questions I am looking for beta testers to answer are:

  • What do you like about the app? What do you not like?

  • What features would you like to see be added to the app?

  • Did you encounter any bugs? (i.e. I clicked this button and nothing happened) Please leave a detailed acct of what you did so I can try to recreate

  • Do you see yourself using geekbread as a way to manage your bread recipes? If not, explain why

Hopefully this isn’t taken as selfish promotion, I am developing geekbread as a way to help the bread community manage recipes and want to involve the bread community in its development!

Let me know if you have any questions.

Here is a screenshot as well:

geebread pic

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meonan9

The management app is really awesome. You can get the latest version of this app from tutuapp app store. You can download tutuapp PC version to get this app for free.

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MIchael_O

I don't use apps for artisan bread because I dont have that many bread recipes.

Having to register did not make it convenient to give it a quick test so I did not test the app. If it would have taken 15 seconds to test I would have tested it.

The youtube video did not have any audio. So I really had to pay attention to see exactly what was going on, aka I was thinking and trying to figure out things. e.g. Did the app adjust the ingredients based on the final dough weight?

 

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aravindaru

Thank you admin for sharing amazing app here.looking for more interesting apps like this.

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