Recipe Kitchen 1.0 for iOS – Feature Filled App with Fast Recipe Search
Cardiff, United Kingdom – Adusia Tech today is pleased to introduce Recipe Kitchen 1.0 for iOS, its featured filled app that offers incredibly fast recipe searches. Search queries are handled by the app’s powerful server, which returns an elegantly formatted, scrolling list of recipes & photos from 50+ sites, with any listing expandable to a full screen description of ingredients and instructions. The intelligent app delivers recipes that use ingredients currently on hand or that are selected from a library of hundreds of ingredients, inputs pantry contents manually or via barcode scanner, downloads recipe ingredients directly to a shopping list, and syncs the shopping list across devices.
* Search delicious recipes at your fingertips
* Find your favorite recipes that you can cook with ingredients that you have
* Shopping list to keep track of what ingredients need to be bought –
* Sync across all devices allows you to easily share with your family
* Keep track of what ingredients you have in your kitchen; built-in barcode scanner allows you to easily add new ingredients
* Kitchen tools timer allows you to set specific timers to alert you
* Works even when the phone is locked or you are using another app
* Share your favorite recipes directly with your family & friends
There are many recipe apps for iOS, but Recipe Kitchen has combined the speed, features, and design of the very best to create an app that works so well, users get lost in the process of planning and preparing meals – the iDevice and app having become so transparent as to disappear. At launch, in portrait orientation, the app displays the Recipe Kitchen title bar and Search icon at the top of the screen. The bottom tab bar displays three buttons: Recipes, My Kitchen, and My Account. Filling the screen in between is a scrolling list of recipes.
The scrolling recipe list consists of separate, translucent, gray bars, which contain a thumbnail photo of the dish, its name, and rating. Beneath the list are soft-focus, decorative food photos that dissolve every ten seconds into another photo, creating an appealing motif for both the eyes and taste buds. By default, the app opens with a list of Top Recipes; touching the Search icon lets users enter a text search. For example, entering “Chicken” quickly delivers an appetizing-looking, scrolling list of the 40 highest rated chicken recipes collected from 50+ web sites and blogs. “Roast Chicken” brings up the 40 highest rated roast chicken dishes. Drilling down further, “Wine Roasted Chicken” offers the top 5 recipes available. (Sources include: Martha Stewart, Rachel Ray, Serious Eats, Food.com, Cinnamon Spice & Everything Nice, Allrecipes.com, Gina’s Skinny Recipes, Epicurious, MyRecipes, SAVEUR, Kalyn’s Kitchen, Food52, Steamy Kitchen, Food Republic, Once Upon a Chef, How Sweet It Is, The Shiksa in the Kitchen, The Kitchn, Taste of Home, Savour the Senses, Turntable Kitchen, Simply Recipes, Food Republic, Food Network, Picky Palate, and Elana’s Pantry).
What makes this scrolling recipe list far more convenient than the typical search-engine result page, is the simplicity of the list: a thumbnail photo, recipe name, and the remarkable Right Arrow button, which almost instantly loads a large photo, serving size, caloric content, and a very easy to read, double spaced, ingredient list. (Onscreen buttons let users Favorite the recipe, saving it to their Recipe Kitchen account; Download the ingredients directly to the shopping list; or Share the recipe via email.) Not exactly right for tonight? Touch the leftward Return Arrow on the title bar to return to the list. Perfect for dinner? Touch the upward View Recipe Arrow on the tab bar, which brings up the actual web page from which the recipe was taken, complete with multiple photos/videos, prep and cook times, nutritional values, reviews, and detailed directions, with each numbered step clearly displayed, specially formatted for mobile devices.
“We are proud to have developed such a beautiful recipe app,” stated Alec Summers of Adusia Tech. “When developing, we focused on the features that were relevant to users, as well as ensuring that they were executed in a way that allowed users to easily get maximum benefit from our fantastic app.”
* English, Bokmal, Norwegian, Catalan, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese, and Turkish
* iPhone 3GS, 4, 4S and iPhone 5, iPod touch (3rd, 4th and 5th gen) and iPad
* Requires iOS 6.0 or later
* 8.3 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Recipe Kitchen 1.0 is $1.99 (USD) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Food & Drink category. Review copies are available on request.
Based in Cardiff, Wales, UK, Adusia Tech was founded by Alec Summers in 2013. Adusia Tech believes in delivering user-friendly, feature-rich, and visually beautiful mobile applications to the market. They work alongside fantastic designers such as Panacea Creative and have proven themselves as a leading team of developers/designers within the mobile development industry. Copyright (C) 2013 Adusia Tech Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.
Filed: Press Releases