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Searching for recipes or cooking with your iPad? CookEatShare.com releases the first HTML 5 cooking app for iPad.

May 22, 2012

SAN FRANCISCO, May 22, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — CookEatShare.com, the leading social recipe website, today released a full-featured HTML5 iPad App for the new iPad and iPad2. The HTML iPad App, like all of the tools and content on CookEatShare.com, is available for free to all Internet users.

The CookEatShare iPad App does not require a download or a visit to the app store. A user simply visits www.cookeatshare.com on their mobile device and they are automatically served app.cookeatshare.com. Like the pioneering iPad app from the Financial Times, CookEatShare’s application leverages HTML 5 to deliver a great user experience created specifically for tablet users.

“Most iPad cooking applications, like those from Allrecipes and Epicurious, offer only a fraction of what’s on their website,” said busy mom and CookEatShare.com founder Nancy Miyasaki. “I wanted all the great functionality on CookEatShare to be available on the iPad app too. Creating an HTML 5 application, instead of a native application, made that possible.”

The CookEatShare iPad app offers users the ability to search and browse over 500,000 recipes, add them to a recipe box or weekly planner, share them with friends, and friend or follow over 50,000 professional chefs and home cooks who contribute to CookEatShare. The app also has a Cook View designed for people who want to cook while having a recipe open on their iPad.

About CookEatShare

CookEatShare.com provides a user-generated platform for sharing recipes, themes, guides and ideas for all things food related. Through connecting with friends, interacting with professional, award-winning chefs and starting or joining groups, foodies around the world can now tap into more the more than 500,000 recipes and 150,000 registered chefs that CookEatShare.com has to offer. CookEatShare is enjoyed around the world through its English, French, Italian, Spanish, Russian, and Japanese language versions.

SOURCE CookEatShare.com


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