Gormaya Releases TasteTimer 1.1 for iPhone and iPod touch

Share Article

New Version of Food Timer App Now Available in Apple’s App Store.

TasteTimer 1.1

We listened to suggestions from customers and reviewers to improve the color scheme and adding/editing of a timer recipe, not to mention doubling the number of included recipes.

Gormaya today announced that their first App, TasteTimer, has been updated and is available exclusively for the iPhone and iPod Touch. TasteTimer is a precise timer with over 600 included timer recipes for tea, coffee, and food.

With TasteTimer, there are 19 categories of timer recipes: Black Tea, Botanical, Chai, Coffee, Eggs, Fruit, Grain, Green Tea, Hot Chocolate, Legume, Meat, Oolong Tea, Poultry, Pu-erh Tea, Rooibos, Seafood, Vegetables, White Tea, and Yerba Maté.

“I’m very happy with this new version of TasteTimer,” said Duane Fahey, co-founder of Gormaya, LLC. “We listened to suggestions from customers and reviewers to improve the color scheme and adding/editing of a timer recipe, not to mention doubling the number of included recipes.”

Foodies use TasteTimer for cooking and grilling. Gourmet coffee or tea drinkers use TasteTimer every day. Each timer recipe includes time, temperature, measurements, and notes. Tap a category. Tap a food or drink. Read the timer recipe. Prepare ingredients. Tap the Start button. Three taps to great taste!

TasteTimer 1.1 is now available for $3.99 in the U.S. and is priced accordingly in other regions. iPhone OS 3.0 is required. TasteTimer is available world-wide from Apple’s App Store for iPhone and iPod touch, or by visiting: http://www.tastetimer.com

Please visit http://www.tastetimer.com for more TasteTimer information, including videos and screenshots of the App, and http://www.gormaya.com for more information.

Gormaya, an independent app developer based out of Grand Ledge, Michigan, was formed in 2008 by Duane Fahey and partner for the purposes of creating food Apps for the iPhone, and iPod touch.

###

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Duane Fahey
Visit website