Yummly features an enormous library of recipes, and uses personalization to deliver dishes that you'll love.
When you first launch the app, it'll begin by asking you what kind of food you like, if you have any allergies or dietary restrictions, and, most importantly, what kind of food you don't like.
Food Network in the kitchen taps into the network's extensive database to showcase recipes organized by occasion, cuisine, or dish type.
Plus, if you have a favorite Food Network personality, you can browse recipes straight from their kitchen and cooking shows.
And finally, no fourth of July is complete without a barbecue, and for that, there's GrillTime.
The $2 app makes sure your food is cooked perfectly with timers specific to the type of meat and doneness you like.
Multiple timers let you multitask on the grill, letting you know when that steak is ready to be flipped and when it's ready to eat.
For more app recommendations, check out CNET.com.
In San Francisco, I'm Sharon Profis, CNET.com for CBS News.
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