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App of the Day: The Baker App

Welcome to CNET Australia's App of the Day, where you can see some of the coolest, silliest and most useful apps in action.

Developed right here in Australia, The Baker App grasps a concept that few cooking apps seem to do: that different regions use different measurement systems. We were probably a bit unduly excited about being able to choose which system to use, but it's nice not to be ignored. Aside from that, The Baker App is a really nifty app for baking, well, anything. Cupcakes? Check. Bread? Yup. Muffins? Uh huh. You can buy recipe packs from inside the app or add your own recipes, and everything is based on the Baker's percentage format that makes customising quantities really easy. It really is one of the best specialty cooking apps we've ever seen.

The Baker App for Android (free)

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