Rachael Ray Every Day Magazine

Rachael Ray Every Day Magazine

By Meredith Corporation

  • Category: Food & Drink
  • Release Date: 2013-08-06
  • Current Version: 1.15
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 39.46 MB
  • Developer: Meredith Corporation
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    3.5/5 ( 117 Reviews)
  • Price:
Rachael Ray Every Day Magazine App Ratings: 3.5
Total 117 Reviews

Rachael Ray Every Day Magazine App Description

Try Rachael Ray Every Day iPad® Edition today – FREE! Download the app and receive a FREE ISSUE when you say yes to a monthly or annual subscription. Every issue of Rachael Ray Every Day brings you all the timesaving tips and simple shortcuts you need to whip up good home-cooked meals in 30 minutes or less ... And now with digital issues on your iPad, all the make-sense ideas and information you love about the print edition of Rachael Ray Every Day come to life in a whole new way! Just look at all you get in every issue ... • No time, no problem! See how you can whip up Italian Meatballs, Gaucho Burgers, Greek Pasta Salad and Raspberry Tiramisu ... in take-out time! • Slim down your family’s favorites! Spinach-Artichoke Dip. Healthy Fried Chicken. Skinny Fettucine Alfredo. All the flavors you love ... without extra fat and calories! • Shop once – eat all week! Sick of throwing out leftovers? Rach shares her secrets to help you turn a bag of groceries into marvelous meals sure to make every morsel disappear. With everything you love about the print edition at your fingertips, the new digital edition of Rachael Ray Every Day inspires you with easy ways you can make every day special for your family. Subscriptions available: 1-month subscription for $1.99, automatically renewed until cancelled. 1-year subscription for $14.99, automatically renewed until cancelled. Rachael Ray Every Day is published 10 times a year. SUBSCRIBERS’ AUTOMATIC-RENEWAL FEATURE: Your credit card will automatically be charged for another subscription period (another year for annual subscribers, another month for monthly subscribers) unless you change your subscription preferences in your account setting. This app was made to view in vertical view. For app assistance, tap the “App Support” button or call 1-800-846-4004. (Remember, the images below are only representative. To see the latest issue, download the application.)


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Rachael Ray Every Day Magazine App Reviews

  • Very disappointed

    By Ante B
    The magazine itself is pretty good. But I found the app to be problematic. Updated issues often arrived mid month and annual subscribers will receive some issues that cover two months. I see that as unfair.
  • Nice app

    By VlynnD
    It is very easy to navigate. It does the job and is simple. I really like it.
  • Nice pictures but not tap-friendly

    By Aut Teacher
    I just bought the digital magazine, and love the recipes, but am more than frustrated that I cannot tap on an article in Contents, and go straight to it. I'll have to be content with browsing, and scrolling through page by page. Oh well.
  • Difficult to log in

    By Ok'd ok
    I've found the log in process very challenging on all if this publisher's apps. If for some reason your account number or billing address are listed in their system funny, you're not able to log in and verifying your subscription will be impossible!
  • Love it 😊

    By Force777
    Rachael is the best
  • Rachael Ray

    By Smak3959
    I love it ! And it is awesome see diff foods I can learn how to cook better foods!
  • Love it!

    By Retiredrh
    I use to get the actual magazine but they pile up, so I love being able to look and save a recipe on my iPad !
  • Great cooking app

    By Carolcamille
    1. Easy to use 2. Responsive(unlike Food and Wine app). 3. Very attractive
  • App works fine on iPad

    By kini10
    I normally use a Nook reader but the format is so small, difficult to read. This is nice, Rachel looks very clear and I will continue with my subscription. Halloween edition is very nice. So far I'm very pleased.
  • Rip off

    By Etheropian
    You would think that the publishing industry would have learned something from the music or movie industry by now. Nope. Instead, most of them are shooting themselves in the foot by charging current print subscribers full price for digital access. I understand there is additional cost associated with having a digital version, assuming none of the magazines are doing a strict PDF conversion. But really? Not even a penny off? Just so that you can lie to advertisers about how many subscribers you really have by counting me as two?