With the increase of people using the internet to search for recipes and the growing number of recipe sites, the need for a ‘better-than-Google’ recipe search tool and software to help people keep track of their favorite internet recipes became apparent.
Alpine, UT (PRWEB) December 13, 2011
DVO Enterprises announced today the release of its newest version of the #1 best-selling Cook’n Recipe Organizer® software program, Version 10. Among its many improvements, company founder and current president, Dan Oaks, is most pleased with the new ability that Cook’n has to find and capture internet recipes. “With the increase of people using the internet to search for recipes and the growing number of recipe websites, the need for a ‘better-than-Google’ recipe search tool and recipe software to help people keep track of their favorite internet recipes became apparent. We wanted to ensure that Cook’n assisted users in searching the web and saving recipes into one central recipe repository. Our new built-in browser with advanced recipe search features allows users to find exactly what they are looking for and conveniently import them into the software with just one click. No other software that I am aware of can do that.”
Oaks explains that once the recipes are in Cook’n, users can organize them into cookbooks with chapters and use them in planning menus, generating automatic shopping lists, analyzing nutrition, and even publishing the recipes into family cookbooks. Serving sizes of these recipes can be adjusted with one mouse click and recipes can be stylized into several colorful recipe themes.
Version 10 also allows users for the first time to sync recipes and shopping lists with mobile devices and to a Cloud service. The apps that will accompany the software are scheduled to be released within the next few weeks. At the current time, Cook’n is the only program in the recipe software industry which is compatible with PCs, Macs, iPads, iPhones, and Androids.
Despite selling more than 3 million copies of the recipe software program over the years, Oaks is still determined to keep getting better and help Cook’n meet the changing conditions of families and individuals trying to stay organized in managing their recipes. “Life moves at a faster pace today than ever. People want to stay organized, especially when it comes to their family and foods. Those who use Cook’n find that it saves them time, money, and makes cooking more enjoyable.”