Searching for recipes or cooking with your smart phone? CookEatShare.com releases mobile HTML 5 recipe site for iPhone and Android users.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — CookEatShare.com, the leading social recipe website, today released a full-featured mobile recipe site for the new iPhone 5 and Android devices. The mobile recipe site, like all of the tools and content on CookEatShare.com, is available for free to all Internet users.
The CookEatShare mobile site 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 m.cookeatshare.com. Modeled after the sophisticated mobile sites from Twitter and Google, CookEatShare’s application leverages HTML 5 to deliver a great user experience created specifically for mobile users.
“Most mobile cooking sites, like those from Allrecipes and Epicurious, don’t offer the features and functionality that mobile users have come to expect,” said busy mom and CookEatShare.com founder Nancy Miyasaki. “I wanted to be able to swipe through the recipes on CookEatShare, without having to go back and forth between search results and individual recipes. This makes it fast and fun to browse through CookEatShare recipes compared with results on other mobile cooking sites.”
The CookEatShare mobile site offers millions of monthly users the ability to search and browse over 500,000 recipes, email or print them, share them with friends, rate and review them, and follow over 50,000 professional chefs and home cooks who contribute to 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 the more than 500,000 recipes and 150,000 registered chefs that CookEatShare.com has to offer. CookEatShare is enjoyed around the world by millions of users through its English, French, Italian, Spanish, Russian, and Japanese language versions.