Snapguide (Version 1.7.10)

Platform and Price
Free: Apple

RDN Score
5 out of 5

Synopsis of the App
Snapguide is an easy, mobile way to create, share and view quick guidebooks on everything from how to chop an onion to building a fence and how to grow out your hair. It's a virtual hub for how-to guides. 


  • User-friendly interface with large, attractive photos and easy navigation. 
  • Easy navigation through a wealth of information on a variety of topics.
  • Option to select favorite topics to personalize your Snapguide experience and what you see first.
  • Wide variety of categories including food, drink, style, technology, automotive and photography among many others.
  • Use your area of expertise to create and share guides to grow your online credibility and social media following. 
  • Conveniently create guides using any combination of text and images right in the app.
  • Browse content that's featured, popular, recent or simply by topic.
  • "Like" guides for easy access later.
  • Guides include convenient extras like supply lists.
  • Use Snapguide "requests" to ask for help and get inspiration for new guides.
  • Connect with other "makers" by answering requests for specific guides or following, liking and responding to their guidebooks.
  • Save guides as drafts if you need a little more time to finish.
  • Use the app's friend finder to connect with friends on Facebook and twitter.
  • You own the content you share.
  • Browse the guides without signing up or signing in. 


  • User curated content doesn't guarantee accuracy, credible content or consistent results.
  • Not yet available on android.

Bottom Line
Snapguide provides a platform to get your content to the world and an easy way to learn from others. It's a DIY paradise especially for home cooks and teachers at heart. All you need is a smartphone and something to teach. 

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Marisa Moore, MBA, RDN, LD, is based in Atlanta and specializes in culinary nutrition, communications and consulting. She blogs at Follow her on Instagram and Twitter.