Vegan Reference Apps

1. Is It Vegan?

This app helps to check the ingredients of products to see if it is vegan, vegetarian or neither. This is handy for people who are interested to go vegan. You need to scan the UPC bar code on the package of any food or beverage to check if it is vegan, vegetarian, or neither. Only some of them cannot be recognised as it says unknown ingredient for that.


2. Animal-Free

This app is a good reference guide for many common and hidden animal ingredients as well as commonly misunderstood vegan ingredients. They have a huge list of all ingredients and short introduction about each one of them.

3. Cruelty-free

This apps helps to look up cosmetic, personal care, and household product companies while you’re on the go.


4. Daily Dozen

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This app helps to keep track of the foods recommended by Dr. Michael Greger in his book ‘How Not To Die’. Helps to make a checklist of most important foods to include in a healthy daily diet with the details of daily servings required as well.


5. VeggieBeers

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This app makes use of the Barnivore Vegan Alcohol Directory of around 25,000+ ales, wines, lager, spirits and more. You can even use VeggieBeers to scan the barcode of your favourite beverage!


6. Vegaholic

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This app has a comprehensive list of vegan beers, wines and liquor, over 11779 beers, 8836 wines, 1354 spirits listed. It is powered by Barnivore as well. Helps to quickly look up which alcohols are vegan friendly and which aren't. Works offline as well!


Restaurant Finders

1. Happy Cow

This app helps to locate nearest vegan- and vegetarian-friendly restaurants and eateries. It shows details about the address, timings, reviews of various restaurants. There are over 600 listings in Singapore + it's highly effective while traveling to different countries.


2. AbillionVeg


This app specialises in dish-by-dish reviews so you can find the best food at vegan and vegan-friendly restaurants worldwide.


Lifestyle Apps

1. Vegan Life

This app helps beginners to understand about veganism. It has fact sheets, what, why and how of veganism and vegan substitutes. Travel translations guide about how to tell server what you eat and what not in different languages etc.

2. 21-Day Vegan Kickstart

This app helps to transition from meat eater to vegan. It has recipes for breakfast, lunch and dinner for the entire three weeks, which helps in transitioning to a vegan diet. This free app is created by the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine.


3. Vegan Amino

This app helps to chat with other vegans and meet new people from different countries, get cooking tips, latest news and updates on vegan products, share and discuss about your creations and ideas etc.


4. Vegan Lifestyle Magazine

This app has amazing and beautiful raw and vegan recipes from the quick-and-easy to gourmet – videos, articles, news, vegan clothing and accessories, personal care, gardening, pet care and of course travel.  Note access is via a subscription.


5. Vegan Voices

This app helps you to learn about effective communication related to veganism. 30 Daily Video Lessons by Vegan Psychologist and Communications expert Clare Mann, provides a complete tool-box to skillfully navigate the trickiest of conversations related to veganism.


Recipe Apps

1. Vegan Recipes Free

This apps has a list of delicious vegan recipes with various categories like breakfast, lunch, salads, soups, desserts etc

2. Food Monster

One Green Planet's Food Monster app gives you instant access to 500 FREE vegan, meatless and dairy-free recipes.


3. Eat Vegan

Eat Vegan contains 250+ mouthwatering Vegan diet recipes and images!


4. Forks Over Knives

This app is the essential recipe app from the makers of the critically-acclaimed film Forks Over Knives. It has 300+ whole food plant based healthy recipes. New recipes added every week!


Vegan Games

1. Butcher Goes Vegan

Butcher goes Vegan is a funny Single-touch arcade game that you will definitely enjoy.  Your objective is to help farm animals (cow, pig, chicken, sheep, turkey, and a secret one) to dodge cruel butchers and reach these species to the safe zone.