Great concept but useless for weights
Laid out well and easy to use but a scale used to measure ingredients uses decimals. As a chef I want to convert a recipe for 4 to, say, 85. Weight of measurement is the only way to do it right, especially in baking which is an exact science. So if my scale says 5 tsp of apple cider vinegar in the original recipe weighs 3.3 ounces I cannot use this app to multiply that by 65. 3.3 has a decimal. This app had no decimals and therefore disallows accurate weight measurements and the only way to REALLY scale up for any chef or food manufacturer is with true weight. However for the hobby cook who just uses tsp, T, fluid ounces that are exact rather than exact ounces in weights...you'll like it.