App Review: Kitchen Calculator by Juan Baurin

by Dorothy   on February 3, 2009
Filed under Daily App Reviews, Utility

This app may have started out as a help in the kitchen, but in its full version, it can be used for more than just cooking.  Kitchen Calculator provides a quick and easy way to convert between different units of measurement.  It will convert volume, weight, temperature, and distance in US or UK units quickly and easily.  Simply choose the unit that you want to convert from and the unit you want it converted to.  Then, put in the number of the unit you are converting from and it will give you the number in the new unit.  It will display the result as fraction (rounded to the nearest simple fraction on the screen) or as a decimal.  When you are finished, tap done.  The calculator then resets itself and is ready for another computation.
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This app is available as Kitchen Calculator and Kitchen Calculator Lite.  The lite version works exactly the same as the paid version, but lacks some of the functionality that the paid version has.  The lite version does not convert measurements of temperature or distance and does not have the ability to convert all of the same units of volume that the full version can.  However, you may find that the lite version is all you need.  Kitchen Calculator is a great little app, but may be a bit on the pricey side, in my opinion.

Kitchen Calculator is $1.99 in the iTunes App Store.

Kitchen Calculator Lite is FREE in the iTunes App Store.

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One Response to “App Review: Kitchen Calculator by Juan Baurin”
  1. Forward Leap says:

    Thanks for the review.

    We just finished development on Kitchen Calculator PRO which comes with powerful features our users have been asking for:

    1. Ability to convert ingredients from volume to weight ( cups to grams ) etc.
    2. Ability to scale recipes using fractions (add, subtract, multiply, divide )
    3. List of ingredients based on weight figures from the USDA (US department of agriculture )

    A link to the app can be found at: http://www.kitchencalculator.net

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