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iKibble Free – dog food app

App • A mobile guide on which types of food dogs can eat.

The app developer Llamaface created iKibble.

The iKibble Free app answers a dog owner’s perennial question, “Can my dog eat [insert food or ingredient]?” There are hundreds of food types that you can quickly scroll through and mark as favourites on the app. 

Who’s behind it?

App developer Llamaface.  

How much will it cost me?

The Kibble Free app can be downloaded for free, but to remove the ads, you must pay 0.99 USD. The Family Sharing setup allows up to six family members to use this app.

*Please note these rates are based on currency conversions at the time of writing this post and may fluctuate.

How does it help me right now?

The quarantine has inadvertently resulted in supply shortage and shipment delays. If you find yourself being unable to feed your dog his usual pet food, you can come up with homemade alternatives using safe and nourishing ingredients found in your kitchen. The iKibble Free app can help you discover which common items you can use to whip up delicious DIY dog food and treats.

Why is it better than the offline or traditional alternative?

This handy app is packed with detailed information on what your dog can and can’t eat. You can browse by category: fruit, grain, dairy, vegetable, meat, healthy foods, good foods, OK foods, unhealthy foods, and toxic foods. Each item has a health rating (ranked from 1 to 5 dog bones), a short description, and a corresponding doggy approval sound. Some descriptions even offer advice on when to feed this type of food, or how to prepare it.

Through the iKibble Free app, you can also find an ingredient through a built-in search function, view all foods presented in alphabetical order, and save all your favourites that will appear on a separate list.   

Where can I get it? 

The iKibble Free app is available on the App store.


Free tier available


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