The app is confusing now. I miss the “shelf” when I wanted to shift meals. It’s also confusing pulling up the next’s menu or shopping cart that I’ve already planned. I’ve accidentally overwritten the meal plan just trying to access the menu or plan outside of the current week. Questioning if it’s still worth the $10+/mth I pay.
but it won't even let me start my 14 day free trial offer. I put my information in and it just gives me a loading screen for a minute and never goes any further. Disappointing.
This app is truly a big benefit for the beginner (me) that is committed to better health and scheduled planning. I truly enjoy the shopping list with the convenience of delivery or picking up myself. Reduces the overwhelming aspects of what and when to thaw, and cook as well as the capability of customizing the menu to exclude food items.Thank you! Wish me success on my Whole30 journey.
Sadly, the app was not easy to make changes and actually use. I was able to do the 30 days thanks to the book recipes. Charged me for another quarter after cancellation. Would not recommend.
I was overwhelmed when I received a diagnosis of autoimmune disease four months ago. I immediately began to research my options and discovered autoimmunewellness.com, which led me to your app. It has saved so much time! Rather than scouring the web for recipes, I was able to get on the path of recovery much sooner!
The concept of this app is wonderful and I LOVE the recipes I have tried thus far. But, isn’t there always a but, I planned an entire week worth of meals, went through the grocery list, took out the things I already owned and went shopping! Great so far. The first day was fantastic, everything I needed was there, the recipes were easy to follow and the results were great! Then day two. Scallops was on the menu. But scallops were not on the shopping list! No scallops. Ok, maybe I missed it or clicked “I have” by mistake. Push scallops to day three and we’ll eat day three meal today. No cauliflower rice! Cauliflower was on the list and I got it, but no cauliflower rice. Next recipe. No coconut milk! Now I am annoyed. It is a wonderful idea and I love the concept but I was looking for something that would organize me enough so I would have all the ingredients and not need to go to the store at 6 when i get home from work and start cooking.
What an awesome resource this has been for me! It has been an incredible time saber for me. The fact that you it only feeds you recipes with ingredients that meet the needs for all my dietary restrictions. There are still over a thousand recipes that feed into my weekly meals plans, even with all my restrictions. I don’t have to put any thought into it. It’s simple to change a recipe on your plan, and it’s also slick to upload your own recipes.
When I renewed my subscription through iTunes the money came out. But when I pull up the app, it just keeps saying I need to renew. I had problems with it the first time I tried it but I thought I would give it another chance. The chat ladies just keep telling me to re purchase it again and it will work. No I already paid over 20 bucks for the month why would I pay you again when you can’t even solve the problem from the start. So you can just keep collecting money for something that doesn’t work. Good luck trying to get anywhere. It doesn’t allow a refund either and any problems you report just sends you to their useless webpage. Chat is useless tried again, they will send an email in 24 hours. Useless. Horrible. Never again.
Real Plans makes my life sooo much easier!! I work full time but still want decent meals and an organized way of living. Real Plans helps me accomplish this. I love having my grocery list all ready for me on my phone too. No paper list to remember and needing a pen handy in my purse. Real Plans is SO worth it!!
The recipes are delicious and I’m enjoying the app. One thing I don’t like is there isn’t a way to share the recipe.