Umami For Chromebook

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Operating System: Chromebook, Windows, Mac, Linux

Application Category: Food & Drink

Price: Free

Rating: 4.97825 stars based on 92 reviews

Umami - Recipe Manager

Umami Chromebook App Download

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  • Category: Food & Drink
  • Release Date: 2022-07-12
  • Current Version: 2.19
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 221.90 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 16.0 or later.
  • Developer: Strange Quark LLC

How To Download Umami - Recipe Manager On Chromebook

If you're looking to Download Umami on your Chromebook laptop Then read the following guideline.

Umami is a beautifully designed app to collect, organize, and share recipes from any device. Collaborate Create a recipe book of your favorite family recipes and invite your family members to work on it with you. Or, start a recipe book with a friend so you can share the pastries and desserts you've made together over the years. Organize and Manage Tag your recipes with things like "Vegetarian", "Dessert", or "Baking" so you can easily find the perfect recipe for any occasion. Browse and Import Open the recipe browser to automatically import recipes from popular sites or paste the URL of a recipe you want to add. Cook Mode Get in the zone by tapping the "Start Cooking" button on any recipe to see an interactive checklist of ingredients as well as step-by-step directions. Grocery Lists Create shared lists with family and friends, add groceries directly from your recipes, and automatically organize items by aisle or by recipe. Meal Plans Schedule your recipes in a dynamic calendar view. Pull down to see meals for the whole month, or swipe up to collapse the calendar into a single week. Access and Edit Online Manage all of your recipes from any computer by going to on your web browser. Export Your data is yours. You can export your recipes as PDF, Markdown, HTML, Plain Text, or Recipe JSON Schema. Share Easily create links to share recipes with friends. They will be able to read your recipe online, even if they don't have the app!



  • convenient

    By bulgogi Fries
    sharing family recipes is so much easier now; instead of asking for directions via facetime u can just send a copy of it
  • Everything I’ve been Looking For

    By the dog forever
    I’ve been wanting to digitize my families recipe books (which are more like multiple 6 inch binders), and this app has been the first one I’ve tried to actually have every feature I need. Easy to use and share, a reasonable price, plus the inclusion of grocery lists and meal plans. Super glad I gave this a try, and I’ll probably get some of my family members to get it as well. Thank you!
  • Impressed

    By waxzderthu
    I heard about this app on a Reddit post asking about the best cookbook apps. The developer recommended this one, while also admitting he’s the developer and his own bias. I’m honestly very impressed with the quality of the app. Definitely felt it was worth the $20 for lifetime premium.
  • The perfect recipe app!

    By thecdp
    I’m not kidding, I can’t find anything wrong with this app. Everything I’ve wanted it to do, it can do. Intuitive interface, easy importing from other apps (like paprika) and tons of recipe websites, photo scanning, and more. Automatic grocery lists, recipe scaling, shared recipe books… I’ve been looking for an app like this for years and I’ve finally found it. The only request I would have would be for an android version so I can have a shared recipe book with some family members on that platform.
  • Perfect app

    By ItunesStoreAccount
    Every feature you would want
  • Best Scraping and Collaboration Recipe Organizer

    By geogecko
    I have been watching Paprika for a couple years now, eventually thinking I’d buy into that ecosystem. After getting so frustrated with the ad heavy recipe blogs and sites, I had enough, and decided it was time. Once again I turned to Reddit for my final hunt before going all in. I eventually ran across a few posts about Umami, and decided to check it out. Once I saw some of the features after downloading, I was sold on it. Being able to be in control of your data, in the unlikely event the app goes bust, is nice, and several formats, I might add. Then the collaboration feature is really nice. I had questions about this feature with the current software model, and reached out to Jeff. He clearly explained that within the app, you can add up to 5 additional people as family members, and these people will then have access to collaborate with you, without having to have their own copy/subscription. The importing of recipes seems to work really well, and really like the ability to add the quick actions in safari to have a quick, two tap import into Umami, then bam, select your recipe book, and its imported. One comment I will add, is that if the page you are scraping the recipe from has more than one recipe on it, it a “bulk” recipe, you’ll need to make sure it gets the correct one you are after. You can copy and paste the one you want, if it gives you the incorrect one, fairly easily. The only downside is that there are certain websites that do not allow the app to scrape the recipe from. In those cases, I’ve found you can still copy and paste it to/from the Notes app, and transfer it that way, or piecemeal via copy and paste directly. Thanks Jeff, for sharing your family dream with the rest of us.
  • Fantastic App

    By Toby Francis Wilson
    This is a fantastic way to keep organized and meal plan
  • Great app

    By bskilly408
    Does everything I need it to with an awesome UI. The way it lets me share recipes with others is awesome too. I'd gladly pay for this.
  • Wonderful UX

    By Burninrock
    I cannot imagine what more I could want from a recipe manager. 10/10.
  • Great for keeping own recipes

    By Leobageo
    For anyone looking for a way to keep track of own recipes, this works really well. It’s very simple to use and navigate through. I haven’t figured a way to delete photos yet. That may be an opportunity for upgrade. I like the tag feature for better searching in the future. I actually use this for recording cocktail recipes. In the suggested websites, I would actually add some cocktail websites. *thanks to the developer’s note, I was able to easily find the option to delete photos. Thank you! Still super easy to use.