How to Create an iPad App to Share and Sell Your Recipes

Everyone loves your creations in the kitchen. Whether you bake, grill, poach or braise, your friends and family are clamouring for a taste of what you’re cooking.

You’ve realized that your recipes are awesome, so how can you share them with the world while earning some well-deserved money for those hours you spent perfecting the recipes in the kitchen?

With Appifier, you can easily create your very own full-featured iPad recipe app to share and sell your recipes. It’s so easy, you can get started in under 60 seconds and you won’t even need to write a line of code. You can get started for free and try the app online, when you’re ready to publish the app and start earning money, you can get onto the app store for under $200, a small investment considering the amount of exposure and sales your app can generate.

Here’s what you’ll need to create the app

  • A free blog on WordPress.com
  • A free account on Appifier
  • Delicious recipes (preferably with loads of pictures)

Let’s get started!

Step 1: Create your Blog

create blog for ipad app

Sign up for your free blog on WordPress.com, make sure to set your blog to be viewable by everyone but block search engines.

Step 2: Add Your Recipes

Adding your first recipe is easy. Simply add a new post using your blog's administration tool. Don't forget to add in a tasty images too!

Adding your recipes is easy. Simply add new posts using your blog’s administration tool. Don’t forget to add in a tasty images too!  You can create categories here to organize your recipes however you see fit. This will make them easier to find in the app.

Step 3: Create your App on Appifier

Start by naming your app and selecing "Blog App" from the list of app types.

Start by naming your app and selecting “Blog App” from the list of app types.

Step 4: Provide your WordPress Details

Providing your WordPress details is really simple. Just tell us about the site and provide the URL that the app can use to access it.

Providing your WordPress details is really simple. Just tell us about the site and provide the URL that the app can use to access it.

Step 5: Style your App

Choose your app's colours and fonts to give it your own unique feel. When you're done, you can upload your very own icon and splash screen to stand out on the iPad's screen and in the app store.

Choose your app’s colours and fonts to give it your own unique feel. When you’re done, you can upload your very own icon and splash screen to stand out on the iPad’s screen and in the app store.

Step 6: Preview

Once you've styled your app, preview it instantly in your browser. You can go back and adjust the style and colour of your app as much as you'd like, previewing your changes as you go.

Once you’ve styled your app, preview it instantly in your browser. You can go back and adjust the style and colour of your app as much as you’d like, previewing your changes as you go.

Step 7: Publish

When you've finished putting together your app, publish it through Appifier for as low as 99$ (one-time) and enrollment in the iOS developer program. We'll help you get the app onto the app store and into the hands of your users everywhere!

When you’ve finished putting together your app, publish it through Appifier for as low as 99$ (one-time) and enrollment in the iOS developer program. We’ll help you get the app onto the app store and into the hands of your users everywhere!

That’s all there is to it! With Appifier, you can get started building mobile and iPad apps in under a minute, without writing a single line of code. The results look great and the team here is happy to help you turn your project into a success. Get started building your own app with Appifier today.

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