Samsung also wants to join AI, albeit in a slightly different way than OpenAI or Google. The South Korean company announced at the IFA in Berlin Samsung Fooda culinary platform where users can find hundreds of thousands of recipes and make meal plans with a built-in wizard.

This new platform comes after Samsung bought Whisk, the popular recipe app available on Google Play and the App Store. The company says Samsung Food’s goal is to access Whisk’s extensive database. Thus, users can access to over 160,000 recipes simply by choosing a dish and the number of visitors.

The curious thing and the difference from any other cooking app is that Samsung Food is much smarter. First of all, because the platform knows how to recommend recipes and dishes based on previous discoveries or user preferences, as well as seasonal products.

Samsung Food It also allows you to synchronize household appliances. to help users control them. For example, if a recipe requires an oven and it is preheated, the oven can be activated. At the moment, yes, only the Bespoke model is compatible with SmartThings, as well as other devices that are compatible with the Samsung SmartThings ecosystem.

Samsung Food is also a kind of social network.

While it may not seem like it, Samsung Food is also a social platform. In fact, this is another key point and an important difference from other recipe applications. In this case, users they can share their recipes or dishes with other membersreview or comment on suggestions or recipe results.

Samsung Food also has meal planning section. Thus, for example, a person can save recipes for the whole week, as well as include the ingredients needed to prepare them. Speaking of ingredients; Of course, the app lets you see the nutritional information for each one. In some countries, they can also be purchased directly from the app through online stores as resellers.

The Samsung Food app is now free to download from Google Play and the App Store. It is available in 104 countries. and in the following languages: English, Spanish, French, German, Italian and Korean.

Source: Hiper Textual

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