Allrecipes’ mobile apps are the most popular recipe apps across all the major platforms, with more than 15 million downloads worldwide. Today we are excited to introduce the newest member of our app family: Allrecipes Video Cookbook for iPad and iPhone, available for free on iTunes.
Video Cookbook on iPad is the only how-to cooking video app of its kind with recipe directions displayed right next to and synced with the video, allowing you to play any part of the video just by touching the corresponding step in the directions. This app is your visual step-by-step guide while cooking in the kitchen. Gone are the days of “watch first, then cook” and scrolling aimlessly to replay a step.
As you hustle and bustle to plan and prepare your holiday feasts, we want to help make the process as easy and stress-free as possible by ensuring you have access to our tools anytime, anywhere. Video Cookbook on iPhone is the perfect pocket resource, with 700 high-quality and top-rated recipe videos right at your fingertips, making watching on-the-go a breeze.
Allrecipes Video Cookbook is your go-to resource this holiday season. According to Allrecipes’ annual Holiday Attitudes and Behavior Survey, 36% of home cooks plan to use video during the holidays for recipe inspiration and cooking help. Additionally, 26% of home cooks said they watch cooking videos on their smartphones and tablets.
Some additional features you’ll enjoy with the one-of-a-kind Video Cookbook:
- Recipe directions displayed prominently alongside and synced with video for easy reference while cooking (iPad only)
- More than 700 high-quality how-to cooking videos from popular Allrecipes web shows Food Wishes and Recipes in Motion, with more videos added every week
- Videos organized by dish type, with a "Featured" section for seasonally-relevant recipe ideas
- Recipe detail page includes ratings, reviews, prep/cook/ready-in time, and nutritional information
Download your free Video Cookbook app from the iTunes store today!
-- Posted by Jenn Davis, Communications Manager