Specialty Produce APK

Version 7.4 - com.specialtyproduce.android.sp
Last updated: Tue, 27 Oct 2020 7:42:28 UTC
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Specialty Produce apk

APP Information

Download Version 7.4 (96)
Apk Size123.56 MB
App DeveloperSpecialty Produce Productions
Malware CheckTRUSTED
Install on Android6.0 and up
App Packagecom.specialtyproduce.android.sp.apk
MD5071a9f96ff235ece1b3a525ec06c31fa
Rate5
Website http://www.specialtyproduce.com

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App Description

Specialty Produce is specialtyproduce,android,health,fitness,specialty,produce, content rating is Everyone (PEGI-3). This app is rated 5 by 1 users who are using this app. To know more about the company/developer, visit Specialty Produce Productions website who developed it. com.specialtyproduce.android.sp.apk apps can be downloaded and installed on Android 6.0 and higher Android devices. The Latest Version of 7.4 Available for download. Download the app using your favorite browser and click Install to install the application. Please note that we provide both basic and pure APK files and faster download speeds than APK Mirror. This app APK has been downloaded 97+ times on store. You can also download com.specialtyproduce.android.sp APK and run it with the popular Android Emulators.

The Specialty Produce app is a hand-held reference for thousands of produce items and recipes:
*Over 2,500 produce entries, ranging from the common to the exotic.
*Over 15,000 recipes hand selected from respected food bloggers, chefs, authors, and journalists
*Products and information added regularly

For our subscribed users, special content and features are available via a one year, auto-renewing subscription of $24.99. The Specialty Produce Content and Features subscription provides access to
* A custom picture with contact information can be added to Produce Spots, allowing you to grow consumer awareness of your produce.
* The ability to create your own recipe collection (my cookbook) with your favorite recipes and share them with your friends and friends.
* The ability to add personal notes to your favorite produce items and recipes.
* Easy to use interface with ability to swipe within categories

The will be charged to your Google Account at confirmation of purchase.
- The subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period
- The Google account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, for the same amount as the original subscription purchase: $24.99
- Auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the Google Play Settings on the device.
- No cancellation of the current subscription is allowed during active subscription period. In other words, cancelling your subscription will prevent any subsequent auto-renewing, allowing your current subscription to expire at the end of the subscription period.
- For Specialty Produce's Privacy Policy and Terms of Use, see http://app.specialtyproduce.com/privacypolicy.php
and http://app.specialtyproduce.com/termsofuse_ios.htm

*The Specialty Produce App is compatible with Android version Nougat 7.0 and later. Please update to the latest Android version*

We highly value the satisfaction of our customers. If you have any questions or concerns about the subscription (or anything else!) email us at [email protected] for a speedy response.
 

App ChangeLog

  • Additional Search Functionality
  • Minor Bug Fixes & Improvements

App Screens

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Google Play Reviews

  1. Aimless Wind-avatar

    Aimless Wind

    $25 yearly subscription!? You're out of your minds. I understand there is a free version, but it's extremely limited. To actually use the app, you need the full version and it is definitely NOT worth that price. Why not just Google things at that point? The creators of this app do not realize what an awful pricing model this is- and the reviews confirm that. They all echo exactly what I'm writing and if you look back at the older reviews, you'll see they've had their head in the sand for years!

  2. Ashley Barner-avatar

    Ashley Barner

    No Longer Free-- I work in produce and used this app all the time so i could better inform my customers about different fruits and vegetables, but an outrageous subscription is now required to get info i could easily pull from Google myself. I liked this app because I could easily search in one convenient location for the information I wanted, but niw that there is a charge to use any of the useful features, i have no more use for this app. Such a shame.

  3. Megan Wynegar-avatar

    Megan Wynegar

    I found the website today and was thrilled to see there was a mobile app. Then I discovered there was a $25/yr subscription to use the app?! The same info already exists for free on the website, so it being "research and photography" costs is BS. And we know the "technology" for mobile apps is NOT expensive enough to require that kind of price. You may have a 30 day free trial, but we already know it's not worth a $25/yr convenience fee just so you can pocket some cash.

  4. John Sheffield-avatar

    John Sheffield

    I really dislike the subscription model of either a full year's license up front or a 30 day trial. There is no monthly fee. I bet more people would be giving them money if there was one. Unfortunately you have to have enough in your Google account to pay to access the trial. I had a more informative version on my phone that I liked very much, but my phone was wiped while trying to fix a problem. If all I wanted was the pictures and the names the current free version would be enough.

  5. Pauline Layton-avatar

    Pauline Layton

    I love that I am able to learn so much from this app. A great tool when we go apple picking, among other uses. To those complaining about the $25/year subscription... Use the website, it's free. The app is here as a convenience and it's not free to create all this content. The 25/year works out to about $2/month. I am happy to pay that if it means they can keep updating the app & site. Thanks for letting me learn about cool, obscure produce! One recommendation would be more apple varieties! Ty❤

  6. tim warren-avatar

    tim warren

    Now requires subscription, user interface looks worse. I used to recommend this app for my produce employees to further assist customers with product assistance. While I appreciate everything that you guys have done, $25 a year to view product information in app was not the right way to do it. The extra steps to jump to the site to view is a bit too inefficient, and doesn't help in you guys asking for monetary support anyway. Make the info free at least and lock the other features behind a fee.

  7. Justin Mastrelli-avatar

    Justin Mastrelli

    After moving to coastal California several months ago, this has become my favorite subscription! Every new variety of fruit I find at farmers markets is right at my fingertips and so easy to find through this app! Its opened me up to trying so many new foods I dont think I would have had the courage to try without! Thank you for changing my day-to-day life for the better! Go plants and go you!

  8. Paul Goble-avatar

    Paul Goble

    Ruined it for consumers. App used to be perfect when shopping to answer "what is this new fruit" questions. With it, I've discovered new favorite apples, etc. Worked offline (e.g. in stores with poor signal). Now, it requires an expensive subscription. There are also links to a free but limited and non-mobile-optimized website. No thanks.

  9. Almond Joy-avatar

    Almond Joy

    My original review (deleted) from Sept. 2019: I had been using the free version of this app and loved it, most especially the ability to add my own notes to products we carried. I spent a lot of time gathering & noting info like PLU#s, suppliers, where in the world it was actually grown, etc... Took some time off and now find that while I can still open the app, all of that precious info I had compiled in it is gone! IF I were to pay the $25 subscription, will my notes (and Favorites) reappear? I understand that what boils down to about $2 a month isn't all that much for such a useful app, but, I am VERY upset that the info I had added to the free version has been removed/locked/blocked from access. So again I ask - is my information gone for good or will it be there if I update to the paid version? Current review after having tried the free trial of the paid subscription version: They've utterly ruined what used to be a very helpful app. The ability to add your own notes to an item is not an intuitive process and is tied to marking an item as a Favorite which itself is no longer a user-friendly feature. When viewing an item there is a heart icon in the upper right. Tapping it gets you a prompt to enter text though it doesn't tell you what for. Enter some text, click OK and the heart icon changes from an outline to solid green. But now what? No Favorites category appears in the main list and the item you hearted isn't flagged in the category's list of items. It takes a lot of digging to discover that you have to tap More from the main menu then scroll down to the sixth! section ("Additional Produce Info") and then tap "Favorites" to see a list of things you hearted. The text you entered when you tapped on the heart is shown here, in the list view, but is not shown when you click the item to view its details. The text sizing is a mess. There is a setting to adjust text size but no way to adjust the list view and item details independantly so if you make the list a decent size for scrolling, the details when you click an item are absolutely tiny and if you adjust the text so that the details are large enough to read without a magnifier then the list headers are enormous. They have added a Recipe/Personal Cookbook section which IMO is unnecessary fluff: if I want a recipe I can Google-up thousands of them; if I want a recipe-storage app there are dozens... I originally downloaded this app because it offered very thorough and specific product information WITHOUT also trying to be a cookbook. I didn't want a cookbook, I wanted a database of product info. SP is trying to be both now as well as adding the "Share Market" (another useless-to-me "feature" that seems like nothing more than retailers advertising for free) and in trying to be all things to everyone instead of doing just what it used to do best has lost it's footing as a useful app. Absolutely not worth $25 a year, will be canceling and uninstalling today.

  10. Janet Madsen-avatar

    Janet Madsen

    The App is great! it is loaded with all kinds of information about everday, exotic and seasonal produce. I also like the recipe section of the app. it's filled with recipes from drinks, to main course meals, stuff for kids and so much more. This truly is a one stop shop I totally recommend!