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Hello Kitty Interactive Cookbook Lets You Tell It When To Turn The Page

Hello Kitty Interactive Cookbook Lets You Tell It When To Turn The Page
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Voice control options ensure a mess-free cooking session in the kitchen.

Yi Chen
  • 21 february 2012


Following a traditional recipe book might not be the most enticing way for children to learn to cook and usually ends up in a mess. Digital books like the Hello Kitty Interactive Cookbook hopes to change this with its kid-friendly interface and easy-to-use navigation. The digital cookbook can be downloaded on the Apple iPad and includes handy features like read-out-loud recipes and enables pages to be turned with simple voice commands. There’s even a measurement converter to adjust serving quantities, step-by-step video instructions, and recipes can be easily shared on Facebook, Twitter or via e-mail.

The fun app was created by Castle Builders and licensed by Sanrio and can be downloaded for $2.99 in the App Store.

Hello Kitty Interactive Cookbook

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