PARIS, December 23, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- A recent study (OTO Research Fullsix November 2010) covering user interest for iPad content, has reported a paradox : although the kitchen is the room where we spend most of our time every day, it is not a spontaneous answer to the question "where do you use your iPad?" This would suggest that browsing a recipe website on iPad does not completely fill the need. This is why the creators of Cookineo have revolutionised kitchen assistance by inventing a new "cooking experience".
It involves using technology with a unique obsession: to make life easier for those who prepare meals daily. This means:
1.Recipes illustrated step by step with a very few words. 2.Navigation through the steps of the recipe is done by clapping hands and without touching the screen. 3.A pictorial summary in order to access data only in case of blackouts. 4.Amounts calculated by the number of guests. 5.An indicator, "4 square balance nutrition", which makes allowances for choice and reminds you to balance your diet over time. 6.Converter of menu into a shopping list to avoid any forgotten ingredient. 7.Mailing and printing of a shopping list. 8.A service available everywhere, even without WiFi access. The Cookineo application is downloadable in the Appstore - iPad version for free with 25 recipes: http://itunes.apple.com/fr/app/cookineo-step-by-step/id379919991?mt=8 Other recipes (75 for the application launch) are available either as a pack of 75 recipes (5.99 $) or 5 recipes (0.99 $). - iPhone version for 0.99$ with 120 recipes: http://itunes.apple.com/fr/app/cookineo-step-by-step/id379919991?mt=8 Cookineo also appears in the Rewind 2010 applications selection, the outstanding selection made by Apple! http://www.cookineo.com/site/press/CP_2010_12_23/index.html