Fromage App Reviews

By Steve Welch

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Fromage app review

Fromage App Info

  • 177 Ratings
  • Price: $2.99
  • Category: Food & Drink
  • Updated: Dec 29 2018
  • Version: 10.1
  • Size: 169.06 MB
  • Seller: Steve Welch
  • © Steve Welch

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Customer Reviews of the Fromage App

Doorstop

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PDX brian's Review of Fromage

Reviewed on 5/26/18 5:09 AM

Haven’t used it in a while, but now found that it locks up immediately. Disappointed since I need to log a particularly bad cheese. :-). (Installed on 6s.).

Love this app!

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sheriberi's Review of Fromage

Reviewed on 2/12/18 3:20 AM

I downloaded this app when I started working at an upscale French Bistrot in the city. It taught me a lot and reinforced a lot of the things I was learning about glorious cheese! I still use this app often and am grateful it’s still available. Don’t hesitate to get this app! And to its creators... Thank you for taking the time to put this lovely app/cheese encyclopedia together. :).

Great app

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jakebathman's Review of Fromage

Reviewed on 12/17/18 1:12 PM

I was really hoping to see a cheese-related app and I'm glad it's just what I was looking for. Can't wait until 2.0

Classically trained chef loves Fromage but,

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Quicksoul's Review of Fromage

Reviewed on 12/17/18 1:12 PM

I'm stoked to be able to have a quick go to reference for the wonder world of cheese. I'd like to see a fav's tab. big time .(keepiing your finger pressed on a selection throws it in your fav folder etc.)

i love cheese!

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jeanarad's Review of Fromage

Reviewed on 12/17/18 1:12 PM

I was excited when I saw this app. I just got it and it looks great so far. I would like it if there were more Spanish cheeses included. I've heard Spain has some wonderful, little-known cheeses and I'd like to learn more about them.

Needs more cheese!

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Takumii's Review of Fromage

Reviewed on 12/17/18 1:12 PM

Could use a cheese shaker for random cheeses. Also needs more cheese updates as some are missing, would like to see all cheese types at some point Similar types and updates would be nice.

Great app a few suggestions to make it 5 stars

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urbanfashionista's Review of Fromage

Reviewed on 12/17/18 1:12 PM

Being in the wine industry I really love this application. It is extremely helpful. It could be a five star app if it had two additional features: 1. a way to "check off" cheeses into a favorites category for later reference. 2: the ability to submit to Steve Welch other cheese for him to consider in future updates. GREAT JOB!!

Lacks one important descriptive

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lb99's Review of Fromage

Reviewed on 12/17/18 1:12 PM

When selecting cheeses a very important characteristic is how STRONG the cheese tastes. I love stinky strong cheeses but there is no way you can discover that Pont l'Eveque, for instance, is strong while a Montrachet is mild. Hope this type of tasting characteristic gets added to the Region, Texture and Milk on the front page for each cheese.

I Love Cheese

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oooorion's Review of Fromage

Reviewed on 12/17/18 1:12 PM

Thanks for the updates,keep up the good work! This app helped me find lots of new cheeses to hunt down and sample. Would be nice if I could check them off as I go or maybe have a favorites so I can quickly sort through as I wonder around the cheese shop looking for a new treat! Thanks.

Excellent reference

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BradPaton's Review of Fromage

Reviewed on 12/17/18 1:12 PM

Not perfect though; la vache qui rit is inexplicably classified as American (under laughing cow label) & other generic american versions of traditional cheeses are needlessly included as well (Parmesan, really?)