The app includes videos, slide shows, audio, animation, scrolling recipes, and the ability to share recipes via email and to shop directly through the Apple tablet’s touch screen.
The January/February issue is available free-of-charge with the download, and it includes 74 email-ready recipes, 14 videos, and three slide shows. Individual issues starting with the March installment of Everyday Food will be available for $2.99 apiece via in-app purchase. The March issue will feature 52 recipes, 15 how-to videos, four slide shows, 15 animations, and links to Web sites for purchasing products.
Everyday Food editor-in-chief Anna Last said:
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.