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Food Network In the Kitchen
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|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Apple||Food and Drink||5.6.5||December 04, 2017||4.82|
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Version 5.6.5 released on December 04, 2017
We’ve optimized the app experience and squashed some bugs.
Version 5.6.4 released on November 17, 2017
- Now you can easily access ingredients while reading a recipes directions. - Enable push notifications to start your day off with Daily Bites -- irresistible food facts, cooking tips and delicious recipes. - No more #kitchenfails. We’ve fixed crash issues that some users were experiencing.
Version 5.6.3 released on November 03, 2017
We baked up some fixes so that the "In the Kitchen" app looks great on iPhone X!
Version 5.6.2 released on October 30, 2017
- Craving Italian (or Thai or Caribbean or...you get the picture)? We’ve got a filter for that! Filter through our collection of 70,000+ recipes by time, cuisine type or chef to find the perfect meal! - You can now easily search within your saved recipes and sort your recipes alphabetically or by most recently added.
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THE ALL-NEW FOOD NETWORK IN THE KITCHEN APP IS HERE! Rated as one of the *top recipe apps* in the App Store, Food Network’s In the Kitchen app is your one-stop shop for all things food. Get instant access to our most-popular recipes from Ina Garten, Ree Drummond, Alton Brown, Giada De Laurentiis, Rachael Ray, Bobby Flay, Guy Fieri and many more. Need inspiration for your next meal? Or looking for a recipe that's on TV now? Our new app will help you do just that! Finding delicious recipes from your favorite Food Network chefs and shows has never been this quick and easy. With this app, you can: FIND RECIPES ON TV: - Instantly save recipes from your favorite Food Network shows, even ones that are *on TV right now*. - Search for the perfect recipe to satisfy your meal-planning needs. Narrow down your search by chef, course and *recently aired* recipes. GET INSPIRED IN THE KITCHEN: - Browse over 70,000 recipes from your favorite Food Network chefs. - Looking for a decadent dessert, a festive cocktail or even just dinner for the family? Find a variety of recipe collections, including: Healthy Weeknight Dinners Quick and Easy Kid-Friendly Desserts Cocktails *Top Picks* from Food Network COOK LIKE A PRO: - Hone your cooking chops by watching our how-to videos. - Get creative by adding your own tips and substitutions on each recipe with the Notes feature. SAVE AND SHARE RECIPES: - Save recipes *instantly* and organize them into your very own collections. - And don’t worry! All of your previously saved recipes are safe and sound. You can now find them under My Stuff. - Share recipes with your friends and family via text, email, Notes, Pinterest, Facebook and Twitter. - Discover what the Food Network community is saying about our recipes through ratings and reviews. GROCERY SHOP STRESS-FREE: - Save recipe ingredients directly to *Notes* and collaborate with your family and friends while you shop. - Please note that your FoodNetwork.com grocery list will remain independent from the app. However, you can export your existing FoodNetwork.com Grocery List to Notes app anytime by going to My Stuff > Settings > Grocery List. APP EXTRAS - Enable push notifications to receive daily bites with irresistible food facts, cooking tips and delicious recipes. - Enable the iMessage extension to search for and share recipes with friends and family without having to leave the Messages app. - Customize your In the Kitchen app icon with an image of your favorite Food Network chef. - Start your day off right with irresistible food facts, cooking tips and related recipes with our Daily Bites widget, available in the Today View. Want to talk? If you have questions, comments or suggestions for the app, we'd love to hear from you. Please email us at email@example.com. Please note that videos are available for playback only in the United States, due to licensing restrictions. Food Network In the Kitchen is compatible with iOS 9, 10, & 11 for the iPhone, iPod touch, iPad and iPad Pro.
Food Network In the Kitchen Ranking History | Food and Drink
Food Network In the Kitchen daily app ranking in Food and Drink category for the last 30 days.
Food Network In the Kitchen Worldwide Rankings | Food and Drink
Food Network In the Kitchen rankings per country in Food and Drink category.
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