Martha Stewart is bringing the kitchen to your iPad as a digital edition of her Everyday Food magazine is now available on the app store. The March issue was released today and the app offers convenient, family-oriented recipes along with interactive features including videos, slide shows, audio, animation, scrolling recipes, and the option to share recipes through email and shop online. Readers will also be able to compile their own recipe library and will be given free access to the January/February issue of Everyday Food.
The March edition includes 52 new recipes, 15 “how-to” videos from the title’s food editors, four slide shows on ingredient preparation, 15 animations to assist in the cooking process, and links to eCommerce websites to purchase products. Editor-in-chief Anna Last discussed the added dimension that an app provides for Everyday Food audiences.
The iPad is an obvious home for Everyday Food magazine. It keeps our content portable and accessible while allowing home cooks to use the magazine in an even more comprehensive way. Our digital issues are packed with interactive features that let readers tap and swipe their way from the supermarket to the kitchen for a richer experience than ever.
Each issue of Everyday Food will cost $2.99 through in-app purchase.