Over 20,000 people are already drinking better coffee than you! Don't wait another moment, dust off that AeroPress and get to brewing with AeroPress Timer. AeroPress Timer is the perfect companion for the AeroPress and allows you to explore the versatility of the AeroPress with a catalog of carefully curated recipes. AeroPress Timer walks you through each recipe step-by-step to create the perfect cup. There's no excuse for drinking bad coffee. AeroPress is a registered trademark of Aerobie, Inc., Palo Alto, California, USA.
This app is a GREAT idea. The way it’s laid out is great. The functionality is great. There are three main problems. Firstly, I have discovered that MANY of the recipes are not recorded correctly. In clicking the links to the source for the recipe, the grams of coffee are often wrong, the grind size can be wrong, and other details as well. The recipe link is right in the app. These are easily verifiable mistakes. Secondly, it would be nice to have the option to edit existing recipes. Taking for granted that the recipes are correct, it would be nice to be able to make changes. Finally, it would be lovely to have a little more flexibility on the options you can include for making your own recipe. For instance, I have a recipe I like from the 2017 World AeroPress Competition winner, and she adds water to the coffee after it has been plunged and brewed. There’s no way for me to add that in the app. Maybe include a function where you can type in your own instruction instead of having to rely solely on the instruction items provided in the app. I want to love this app so badly. But inaccurate recipes? I actually can’t use this app now. I have to find the original recipes to get the correct data. Accurate, verified recipes, and a little more flexibility/customization would make this PERFECT.
What does it mean when it says add shot is it the numbered dots on the aeropress
First of all I want to commend you “Beloved Robot” for creating such a great and useful AeroPress app. When I saw this 2-3 years ago I was excited at the prospect of a dedicated app for my AeroPress and the possibilities presented by all the different recipes. That being said, there have been many world championships since the initial list was created so my recommendation from one developer to another is to take some time and create some new built in/ default recipes that reflect the methods of the 2015/2016/2017/2018 world championship winners (1st/2nd/3rd), add them and group them by year if need be. This should be done at least once a year...I don’t think this is a large development task at all and if grouping is added to support this breakdown would probably take the most work initially...after that just keep updating with new recipes. I mention this because I find myself increasingly going to find these recipes elsewhere and not using the app, also because of the lack of recipe updates I am becoming more and more inclined to just write my own app but I would prefer to you, the original AeroPress timer.
It is really cool to see all of the methods to brew coffee with your AeroPress. A must have if you use your AeroPress often.
I really love this app when starting out using the AeroPress. The built in recipes are really easy to follow. And it makes it really easy to get a great quality cup even as a beginner. Much easier than doing a pour over. There is one thing I would like fixed, and that is I would like to have the create or add a recipe with as much detail as the built in recipes do. For example most built-in recipes will tell you how much water to add during a pour step, but when you are adding in a recipe you can only put in the amount of time in a pour step not the amount of time and amount of water being poured. This is bad if there maybe more than one pour step in a recipe and with each step there are differing amounts. Also the conversions don’t quite work well. And lastly editing a added recipe is not available. If you are putting in a new recipe you can go back in some parts during the add in process and edit but if you make a mistake in the steps section you cannot fix it, and have to start from the beginning. And if you want to edit your recipe later after creating it, you would have to either trash the old one and create a whole new recipe or keep the old one and create an entire new one with a new name. So for $5 the app provides you with access to some great recipes, however the customization portion of the app is quite lacking for $5.
Please add back apple watch support
Summary if you want a quick yay/nay: Pass on buying this. It's fun and welcomes creativity, but is super limited for a $5 purchase (when you can easily find more detailed brewing descriptions online for FREE)... This app is fun and pleasing to look at with some great recipes. It functions great. But it needs an update bad... The only provided championship recipes are way back from 2014. Details are pretty limited on how to do the brews just right. Some of them or so vague that you could very easily do them wrong. (Sasaki's #1 recipe for example). There's the ability to create and save your own recipes which is awesome, but not worth $5. Just get a sketch pad or use your notes app.
Love this app. Super helpful. One feature I’d love is to search the recipes based on grind level (e.g. find all the recipes with medium grinds). Keep up the good work!
Being a new AeroPress user I would like more details for each recipe. For example - what flavor taste you will have with each - I see the link but the link doesn’t always go to place that provides this info.
I love this app! It has a great interface, it’s very functional and well-designed with a lot of thoughtful information and features. The recent update a few months ago was a nice evolution but there is one thing I really miss. The description of each recipe and the small blurb about the creator of each one really helped me know which one I wanted to try and remember which one I really liked. I realize that now there is a web link within each recipe which is a nice touch, but most of those only take you to a site that just has a Web version of the recipe without those descriptions. Please bring those back and it will be 5 stars!