Plan out your dinners. Save recipes. Live more. Stress less.

Meals is an app for storing recipes and planning your Meals. You can add a meal in. calendar and create shared meals with other users. Plan your weekly dinners with your partner. Always know what's for dinner. Check if you need to pick anything up on the way home from he office. Meals got your back!

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Going to give this one a shot! My wife and I have yet to find one that really works for us, but this looks great. Not sure if it's there or not, but a shared summarized grocery list for the week that can be checked off would be super valuable.
@begraffic Thanks! I'm working on implementing a shopping list feature in the future! Let me know how you get on and if you have any questions.
Hey @boywithaxe, Can you tell us more about what you've built here? What makes it sand out from other meal apps out there?
@jacqvon Sure thing! The thing that sets Meals apart form other meal planning apps is that you share your plans with other users in app. There is a Shared Meal Calendar where you can see any Planned Meals that were shared with you or you shared with others. The benefit of that is that if you and your partner or family want to know what's for dinner today, they can go in and check. Equally, you can also check the recipe to make sure you have all the ingredients you need for your meal. It makes Weekly grocery shopping a breeze since you can figure out what you need quickly.
Why do I have to create an account? Guessing to enable shared calendars?
@spencerturney Yep, that's correct. For the shared meal calendar users need unique identifiers to be synced online. For that to work you need an account.
When is this coming to Android?
@jakeevans Unfortunately I've no plans to release on Android. But I will definitely announce it here if I ever do expand there.
Where do you source the meals from? Do they link a third party site they are on?
@braunshizzle The recipes are from third party sites or manual entries by users. The user can import a URL to a recipe via an AppExtension from Safari, or directly add a URL in-App. When a user taps on a planned meal they're taken to Safari to the recipe's website. All URLs are handled in Safari, so the user can submit recipes from paywall protected sites they are a user of, so that they're logged in when they view it.