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Mark Peters : July 30th 2017 - 10:12 CET

Smart induction cooktop connects with iPhone


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AppleAffordable Bluetooth-enabled smart induction cooktop : BuzzFeed proudly introduced its first smart appliance solution, the Tasty One Top, a Bluetooth induction cooktop now available for pre-order for just for $149. The Smart cooktop with induction technology connects directly to the Tasty app for iPhone, which is available on the App Store today with almost 1,700 video recipes. The press announcement comes as BuzzFeed’s Tasty celebrates its second birthday on July 31, marking a two-year rise in which it has grown into the largest social food network in the world. Tasty now reaches one in four Facebook users worldwide and attracts 2.3 billion videos views every month, according to Tubular Labs.
Smart induction cooktop

Smart induction cooktop
Designed by BuzzFeed Product Labs and brought to life with the help of GE Appliance’s First Build team, the One Top tracks the surface temperature of a pan or pot, as well as the internal temperature of your food, to assure perfect execution of every recipe. It’s induction technology is faster, safer, and more precise than traditional forms of cooking.

App for iPhone

Tasty app for iPhone
Connecting directly to the iPhone app, the induction cooktop allows fans to tap their favorite recipe and take the guesswork out of cooking.

In one small countertop package, the One Top can be utilized for almost any form of cooking, including: pan cooking, pot cooking, slow cooking, sous vide, and more.

The Tasty app is available now on iPhone (with Android to follow soon), allowing users to watch the latest videos from Tasty, and explore recipes based on any ingredients they have available in their own kitchens.

Recipes can also be searched based on the time of day, social event, difficulty, speed, or dietary needs. The iPhone app offers step-by-step instructions on how to cook every single Tasty recipe, the most user-friendly expression of Tasty’s revolutionary video format yet.

For users that live outside the Unites States, the Tasty app also provides metric values for every recipe.

Bluetooth-enabled induction cooktop

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BuzzFeed Product Labs was created in October 2016 and is tasked with creating physical products and social commerce experiences, from personalized Tasty Cookbooks to new inventions like Homesick Candles, the Tasty One Top and much more.

Product Labs hones in on the opportunity to create commerce driven by sharing and human connections, utilizing social media to lead the shift in the commerce space.




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