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Google Pixel 2 XL unboxing and first impressions

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Huawei Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro hands-on!

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Google search now has card-based suggestions for all the best recipes

Whether you’re looking for healthy vegan dip recipes or chicken wings drenched in buffalo sauce, the latest version of Google app’s got your back.
by Brian ReighFebruary 2, 2017

Google integrates recipe filters for your searches, making grocery shopping a breeze!

Food is one of the most intricate arts in existence, and Google is making it much easier for you to prepare delicious dishes that make your mouth water.
by Edgar CervantesJune 5, 20143

Gojee recipe-sharing app now available in Google Play for free

Gojee could make life so much easier for many of us bachelors who don’t have a clue about cooking, but do know how to appreciate good food when it’s staring in our face. Not to mention ...
by AdrianSeptember 5, 2012

Best Android apps for vegetarians and vegans

Don’t you just love the ring of “there’s an app for that”? We’ve covered tons of apps, from apps for musicians to poetry lovers and even to ...
by Ken EastJune 21, 201211
 
 

Best Android apps for cooking and dining in

Are the type to spice up your gastronomical experience by trying out new food recipes every now and then? Food magazines, food channels and the internet are bursting with ...
by Ken EastMay 2, 2012
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