Snap, File and Collect Recipes with the New SnapRecipes App
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For best results when printing this announcement, please click on the link below: http://pdf.reuters.com/pdfnews/pdfnews.asp?i=43059c3bf0e37541&u=urn:newsml:reuters.com:20130305:nPnHK71839 SYDNEY, March 5, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Your favorite recipes at your fingertips on your iPhone and iPad without having to type them all out? There's a new app for that…. Quickly snap that great recipe in the weekend paper, favorites from your cookbooks, magazines and websites, and family classics. Then file with simple one-touch categories. No more torn out pages to lose. No more hoarding old magazines for that one recipe inside, or losing that great recipe somewhere in your pile of cookbooks. And best of all, no need to type out your recipes. SnapRecipes lets you have all your favorite recipes at your fingertips, is a great way to take recipes with you when you travel, and uses Apple's iCloud to automatically sync your recipes between your iPhone and iPad. High-tech for non tech-heads. It's a no-brainer - everyone should have SnapRecipes in their pocket. SnapRecipes is proud to donate 5% of sale proceeds to the World Food Programme - the largest humanitarian agency fighting hunger worldwide - www.wfp.org. SnapRecipes is now available through the App Store. For updates and news, check out SnapRecipes at www.snaprecipesapp.com, Facebook and Twitter. For further media information on SnapRecipes please contact: Joanna Steuart on (+61) 405 426 293 or email Jo@pendulumc.com.au SOURCE SnapRecipes
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