BBC app users confused over price after ‘subscription only’ service announced | United Kingdom | News

The BBCGood Food’s Good Food app, which has been free to download and available on iPhone, iPad, and Android devices since its launch, is moving to a subscription-only model.

It is not yet known if the app will require payment, although there are concerns that people will now have to pay for free content previously.

BBC Good Food has been a popular source for recipes in British homes for over 30 years.

Her website, magazine, cookbooks, and apps include cooking ideas and tips from celebrity chefs like Gordon Ramsay and Mary Berry.

“I hope to get a chance to download my favorite recipes.”

Steve wrote: “Hold on to your hats.

“BBC Good Food is going subscription-only!”

Ivy Calabi asked, “Can anyone recommend a good, free cooking app/recipes?

“BBC Good Food is going subscription only and I need dinner at least three times a week.”

The announcement comes at a turbulent time for the broadcaster, as its license fees, required to watch BBC services, are under intense scrutiny.

The BBC has been contacted for comment.

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