A new app called Innit connects to smart appliances from several brands, helping users plan and execute daily dinners

Have to turn your attention away from cooking your dinner to handle other things around the home? Innit created a new app for iOS devices that can sync with connected kitchen appliances to help prepare the meal. Kitchen appliances from a number of brands—including GE, Philips and Bosch—work with the application, potentially allowing a user to connect to their entire kitchen. The Innit application also comes with a planning tool, recipe list and how-to videos displaying cooking techniques.

The developers plan to continue progress on the app and hope to release one in the future where all of the appliances in a kitchen communicate to each other to assist in preparing the meal. An Android version will be released in early 2018.

Innit

Have to turn your attention away from cooking your dinner to handle other things around the home? Innit created a new app for iOS devices that can sync with connected kitchen appliances to help prepare the meal. Kitchen appliances from a number of brands—including GE, Philips and Bosch—work with the application, potentially allowing a user to connect to their entire kitchen. The Innit application also comes with a planning tool, recipe list and how-to videos displaying cooking techniques.