Cooking Light Magazine

Cooking Light Magazine

  • Category: Food & Drink
  • Release Date:
  • Current Version: 32.57.5
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • Developer: Time Inc.
  • Compatibility: Android
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Cooking Light Magazine App

Make healthy taste great with Cooking Light magazine— vibrantly designed for the iPad and iPhone, with recipes and gorgeous photos of the magazine. SUBSCRIPTIONS PLANS ARE NOW AVAILABLE! Download our free app today, then either buy individual issues or subscribe and save 60% off the single copy price! If you currently subscribe to Cooking Light magazine, you can access the iPad edition FREE by signing up through the app. Cooking Light subscriptions available: • 1-month subscription - $1.99 (automatically renewed until cancelled) • 1-year subscription - $19.99 (automatically renewed until cancelled) • Single issue - $4.99 (non-subscription) SUBSCRIBERS’ AUTOMATIC-RENEWAL FEATURE: Your subscription will be charged to your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase and will automatically renew unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of your current period. Your iTunes account will automatically be charged at the same price for renewal, as stated above, within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. Current subscribers may not be canceled during the active subscription period, but you can manage your subscription and/or turn off auto-renewal by visiting your iTunes Account Settings after purchase. NOTE: WHEN PURCHASING A SUBSCRIPTION OR SINGLE-COPY OF THIS TITLE, YOU AGREE TO THE PRIVACY POLICY AND TERMS OF SERVICE WHICH CAN BE VIEWED BY GOING TO: http://www.cookinglight.com/privacy https://subscription.timeinc.com/storefront/privacy/cookinglight/privacy_terms_service.html Download the NEW and IMPROVED COOKING LIGHT app with features that allow for a better reading experience, retina display, and bookmarking capabilities! CURRENT APP USERS (iOS5): Once you install the latest version of the Cooking Light Magazine app, the Cooking Light icon on your iPad will disappear - you'll now find Cooking Light in your Newsstand folder. Tap the image of our cover to access and read the latest issue in your library. If you choose not to install the latest version, the Cooking Light icon will remain on your device and the app will remain accessible through it.

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Cooking Light Magazine app reviews

  • Light on function! 1/5

    By Strongtoss
    Why can't I bookmark or save a particular recipe? The app is just a miniature version of the print magazine. I was hopeful for more features. From the reviews, it appears the "pay" app isn't any different. Disappointing.
  • Frustrating 2/5

    By Jetlcr
    In order to find recipes from past years, I have to google the recipe instead of searching in the app. Why is that? I should be able to access all recipes from the app, not scroll through years of magazines.
  • Needs UI improvements 1/5

    By staunchnortheasterner
    The title says it all!
  • Works for me 5/5

    By jamster22
    Easy
  • Convenience 4/5

    By Dirtracers Girl
    I like this app because it's convenient to use to follow recipes. I get the hard copies and enjoy looking at them but like to use my iPad for the actual cooking
  • Recipes great 5/5

    By Tbusath
    The recipes have been great. Much improvement on the functionality of the app as well.
  • Bad app 1/5

    By banjowine
    Horrible app, great magazine. Need to be able to mark a recipe and print it.
  • Like the recipes 3/5

    By Pchee1
    I have really enjoyed the recipes. However, I have to page through digitally for the recipe I want. Also, I can't print out a copy of the recipe either. How am I supposed to remember the issue and page of each recipe to use them again? How about a "Save" or "Favorites". The app needs improvement. Then, I will smile.
  • Too thumbs down 1/5

    By Kvkvkvkv4444444
    The app simply lets you view the magazine as it is printed. I couldn't even turn it to landscape in order to view some of the pages more easily. I'll just wait for my printed magazine. I'll delete the app to save space on my phone. It was also somewhat confusing to login. I had to do it twice.
  • Off to a very bad start 1/5

    By Endline1977
    I recently subscribed to CL magazine and one of the selling point is "instant access" to the digital magazine. After several attempts over a few days I was still unable to activate my online access. I finally called customer service and they told me the online access would not begin for eight weeks when my first issue is mailed! I wasted way too much time due to the misleading marketing. I know this review does not rate the app, but hope it saves another subscriber some frustration and time.
  • Useless app 1/5

    By Kristinm2
    I can not figure out how to save recipes I find in the digital edition. And I am unable to email customer support to ask (I keep getting a message to "Select Device" even though I repeatedly have done so.) Is there a way to save recipes??
  • Only provides an ebook 1/5

    By songsofadream
    I may as well just scan my magazine as a PDF and call it a day. I expected more from this - like the ability to pull up a recipe card. Instead, I got minuscule font on my phone. Perhaps I would appreciate it more on a tablet.
  • Frustrating--needs much improvement! 1/5

    By Sleepless in Wisconsin
    I have many problems with this app. First, there's no link between the table of contents and the articles. There's a way to fast forward through the magazine using a slider bar but page numbers don't show, only a miniature copy of each page! So the reader has no idea where to stop for a particular article or page number. There's a way to star favorites but these favorites don't show up from one device to another. I recently purchased a new iPad and I lost my favorites. There doesn't seem to be a way to save a recipe, just the entire article, which may have five or fifteen recipes. My only option is to take a screen shot if I want to access one particular recipe. Doesn't seem to be a way to email or print a page or create bookmarks. When sliding pages, if I accidentally touch (selecting) an advertisement page, I'm automatically into a web link. Basically, the only way the app is better than the paper copy is that I can store issues in a smaller space, making them more portable.
  • Great Magazine, Terrible App 2/5

    By Willnevada
    CL has terrific recipes. Every issue has something useful. The iPhone app is inconsistent with the CL brand and I'm cancelling the subscription. An iPhone subscription doesn't transfer to your iPad. No way to bookmark, save or print a recipe. So the app is functionally useless for use as a cooking aid. Disappointing.
  • Light is right - light on features 1/5

    By davidwb
    At least with a physical magazine I can scan a recipe. A digital magazine that offers no way to move a recipe into my personal recipe book without typing is worthless. Just worthless.
  • Nice 4/5

    By Mnickola
    Very nice to have access. Would like to see that it has an easy way of saving them to Evernote or some other file for your recipe library
  • Sell sell sell 1/5

    By Joe Bkr
    Here's your chance to e-subscribe at no "extra" cost to the actual hard copy magazine.
  • Need to improve usability 4/5

    By DebStock
    As a longtime subscriber, I love CL recipes; however, as a busy professional, I rely on the use of technology to organize, access, and use my recipes to plan menus, prepare shopping lists, and prepare meals. Reading recipes on my iPad is the same as reading the printed copy I receive in the mail. Why did CL eliminate the feature to store electronic copies directly from the app to MyRecipes?
  • Disappointed 3/5

    By Ycnanff
    Your app has changed. Please bring back the old one where I can scan recipes. Still a fan of. Print magazine but not this app
  • I Like it 5/5

    By Niyeem
    Regardless of what others say I had to see for myself. I enjoy this app. Everything that I need is at my finger tips. Good, fun, great reading and recipes for the home chef. Buy a wireless printer if you want to save the recipes. keep up the great work Cooking Lite.
  • PDF of magazine 1/5

    By SoCalGal92673
    Not really useful. 1. You have to download the current issue (or any issue) to view it. 2. You cannot export recipes to an app like Anylist for meal planning and grocery shopping lists. Deleting this app (again). I had tried it before, then deleted it when I realized how limited it was. No improvements.
  • Disappointing 1/5

    By KRH418
    I've subscribed to Cooking Light for years and just downloaded the app. I thought it would be a great adjunct to the magazine and website, allowing me to search recipes and ingredients, save my favorites or plan meals. What a disappointment. I was surprised to see that you can only browse the magazine. I don't need an app that does less than the hard copy. At least with that I can tear out recipes we'd like to try and place the keepers in a binder.
  • Feel short changed 1/5

    By 4 months to go
    I was hoping that I would be able to quickly navigate and save recipes via a search method. I'm very disappointed.
  • Cheapskate is too nice 1/5

    By Sidneycgf
    With all the progress in apps @ CL gives us this sorry excuse . I want to be able to save recipes that are specific to my limited fat diet. I Luv the recipes I find & want to put them in one place.. You even eliminated the scan feature in the hard copy magazine ...poor choices for your audience.
  • Useless 1/5

    By Spk1963
    This app is useless. There is no way to mark or save individual recipes. I will be cancelling my subscription.
  • Cooking Light ruined this app! 1/5

    By SuZQCooks
    I have been a Cooking Light subscriber for years & used to love the print edition. Then the digital edition came out & I loved it even more because I could navigate around so easily, link to Cooking Light online, save recipes, etc., etc. Now all of those features are gone & I have a tiny version of the magazine that I can barely read on my phone. This is a huge disappointment!!
  • Cheapskates 1/5

    By jedigrrrl
    I called Cooking Light in February when I noticed that the Jan/Feb 2016 issue being LITERALLY just a photocopy of the print version wasn't a fluke. The March digital issue arrived in the same useless format. No links, no navigation, no way to save recipes, no big beautiful print, no scrolling down... Just teeny tiny hard to read print. Customer service said they decided to to turn the digital issue into a PDF as a cost-cutting measure. I immediately demanded they start sending me a print issue in the mail as it would be much easier to read and save recipes the old school way: ripping them out. Big mistake on their part, rendering their digital issue USELESS.
  • Not happy 2/5

    By Becksxxxxxx
    Bought the subscription, can't get new issue to download...
  • Good, but could be better 4/5

    By Eldersumey
    For me the purpose of having a magazine to see the recipes to use for cooking. The recipes are great. To get to a recipe, open the magazine, turn pages to get to the table of contents. After you find one you have to turn every page to get to the recipe. It will be much better to be able to tap the recipe to jump to the page or the index. As it is it works good. Once they make it more user friendly it will be great.
  • Pointless 1/5

    By BB53
    Pointless to have a digital version when you can't copy or otherwise import recipes into anylist or other meal planning software
  • Easy to use 4/5

    By jenkroth
    Great content in a mobile-friendly format.
  • No ability to save recipes 2/5

    By NYorNJ
    I love this magazine. And, but for one thing, I would love the tablet version... The inability to save recipes from the app renders it useless. At least with the print version I can tear out or dog ear a page, or even scan a QR code. Please fix this CL. Let me save my recipes directly from the tablet version!
  • Great recipes, getting there iffy on my iPhone 4/5

    By KiminTally
    I tried the easy fish tacos tonight. They are yummy! There were other great ones too I wanna try out on my picky teenager later. 😉 But I had been looking at a digital issue when this app was last open. Probably my screen and wonky iPhone 6s Plus screen, but getting to the recipes from my digi edition was the devil! Love it otherwise! 💕
  • iPad Pro Issues 1/5

    By KarPriTas
    I'm not sure if this is just an ipad Pro issue, but I cannot see any index to sections of a magazine. I cannot follow links to sections of a magazine (nothing happens). I cannot get to a recipe so I can send it to myself. All of this used to work on a regular ipad, but I find the experience on the ipad pro to be less useful than actually thumbing through the physical magazine itself. I only hope that this gets fixed as soon as possible in an update.
  • January 2016 will not download 1/5

    By FirstBadReviewEver
    My subscription is active until August 2016, but I cannot access it on my iPad.
  • Jan issue is not working 1/5

    By Kcw913
    The Jan issue of cooking light does not work. It is just a digital version of the magazine. It does not have all the functionality of previous issues like saving recipes to cozi. My previous issues still work properly so it is something to do with this issue. Please fix it.
  • Good, but could be better 4/5

    By usedtobedrmartin
    The app is good, but just simply allowing us to see the page numbers when you scroll through the pages would make it wonderful. It is very time consuming to see that a recipe is on page 74 but just have to guess where that is and then find a page with a page number and then just end up flipping through the entire magazine.
  • Love the magazine, but..... 3/5

    By 123eas
    Love the magazine, hate the save my recipe app. It is impossible to sign up for saving my recipes. It keeps disappearing and flashing back and forth.
  • ThisIsReallyBad 5/5

    By Imlyong
    This is a terrible app. I can't sign in even though I have a subscription and online username and pw. Have to reset every month. The search function is pathetic. You can't even search the current issue by recipe title unless you remember it exactly. Forget searching back issues (except one by one), or search by ingredient. You get what you pay for. Worth all I paid. Zero.
  • Great, until you want to save a recipe 2/5

    By Dosidough
    The magazine itself is great- easy to navigate, recipes my family will actually eat, etc. In theory, you can save recipes to your MyRecipes account. When trying to log in, the webpage keeps resetting every few seconds, preventing the login. If you are able to log in (by some miracle), it only keeps you signed in for two weeks.
  • Gorgeous 5/5

    By rex.swiss
    The App is awesome and the food is always styled to perfection.
  • Always shows new issue 4/5

    By mudspinner
    Ugh. I'm tired of this app always showing it needs an update or new issue. Everything has been DL'd and I still have the little 1 showing. Annoying as heck. Otherwise, little problem with it.
  • This is how to do a magazine app! 5/5

    By Tmidiman
    While not perfect, there one thing that sets this app millions of miles above the rest. FULL PAGE SAMPLES!!! Because it doesn't have the. Micro-view offered by Zino and other Newsstand apps you can actually SEE what an issue offers. You almost want to buy every issue, matter of fact I'm getting a subscription! Imagine-FX, Guitar Techniques, Official Xbox Magazine, Zino and Future Publishing, pay attention and see how it's done right. Bravo Cookling Light Magazine!
  • Love it! 5/5

    By JAB924
    Never had a problem opening or anything else. The photographs are gorgeous.
  • Frustrated 2/5

    By Frustrated Home Chef
    App says my recipes are saved and they never are and the app crashes every time I save recipes... Waste of time.
  • No support on digital version 1/5

    By Morjr
    Unable to creat an account to access the digital version. Unable to print,save grocery list, no access to digital website account. Apple support unable to assist, tells me it's the magazines supplier issue, the magazine supplier tells me it's an Apple app issue. Bounced around between Apple and the magazine supplier. Still no resolution and all I get is the finger pointing match. Very disappointed with the customer service on both ends.
  • Cooking Light 4/5

    By Blkranger
    The app works well. So far I like the articles and variety in recipes. No major complaints.
  • App doesn't work 1/5

    By Cheflala15
    I just spent $10 on an app that doesn't open, pretty ticked off!!!
  • Doesn't work 1/5

    By Fitkitty58
    Even though the app said my recipes were being saved my recipe box was always empty. The app crashes regularly. I requested help but all they will do is thank me for my subscription and suggest that I look at faqs. I responded that I already tried everything suggested in faqs. I have requested a refund from iTunes.
  • Pretty good! 4/5

    By marfacekilla
    This is the only digital mag I have.. It's alright, I haven't tried to save any recipes yet though so we shall see.

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