Ricoh Recipes App is Available Now!

The Ricoh Recipes App is now available! You can find it in both the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.

The Ricoh Recipes App is a mobile recipe library containing 40 JPEG recipes for Ricoh GR cameras! The recipes in the app are the same ones that you know and love from this website, but now take them with you on the go, and have them at your fingertips wherever you are!

The Ricoh Recipes App is free! No annoying ads. Get access to 40 recipes, 20 for Ricoh GR & GR II cameras, and 20 for the GR III & GR IIIx. Each recipe contains an assortment of sample images. Within each recipe there’s a place where you can keep notes, a useful feature for many of you, no doubt. The app will work offline, so if you don’t have internet access but need to find a certain recipe, no problem! The Ricoh Recipes App is a handy tool for street, travel, and documentary photographers, and an essential app to accompany your Ricoh camera. 

This app does have some advanced features that can be unlocked by becoming a Ricoh Recipes Patron! These advanced features include filtering by camera, as well as by Effect or color/B&W, sort by Collection, and the ability to favorite recipes for quick access. There’s also a bonus recipe in each Collection, which means that Patrons have access to 48 recipes! The best app experience is reserved for Patrons!

By becoming a Ricoh Recipes Patron, which is only $11.99 annually, you unlock the app’s full potential, you get some bonus recipes, and you help support Ricoh Recipes! It’s a win-win!

The Ricoh Recipes App is available in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store today!

Published by Ritchie Roesch

I'm a freelance photographer in the Salt Lake City, Utah, metro area.

25 thoughts on “Ricoh Recipes App is Available Now!

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  2. Thanks for doing this. I was already a FXW subscriber, and I picked up a GR lllx this week. I know there’s not always a direct equivalent coming over from Fuji, but there are two I’d love to see—Cinestill and an Acros (Monochrome, I guess) yellow filter. I wish all the cameras gave us more slots for saving these. I’ll have to get used to the “Recall” function on the Ricoh.

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