Samsung today announced on the occasion of CES 2021 what they have named as One-Stop Shop, an extension of the user experience available in their smart fridges Family Hub which is now expanding to the smartphone world thanks to the application SmartThings Cooking.
The idea behind this functionality is recommend recipes that fit your tastes and needs dietary information for each user and develop weekly meal plans based on this data. While it is cooking, the recipe instructions are sent directly to the Samsung kitchen devices that are synchronized, and in this way the Family Hub refrigerators can for example order the purchase from the supermarkets or stores attached to the service. According to John Herrington, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Samsung:
Families around the world have decided to have a smarter kitchen and better plan their menus with Samsung’s Family Hub. We are proud to bring these facilities to more than 33 million people who use the SmartThings app, and we hope it will inspire all those who cook and experiment.
Personalized recipes and super orders
SmartThings Cooking can also help coordinate all Samsung kitchen appliances, allowing you to search, plan, buy and prepare weekly meals through the SmartThings app on Family Hub and from now on also on the smartphone. It is capable of recommending personalized recipes based on the user’s tastes but also taking into account the foods that are available in the refrigerator.
It is also possible to browse the previously categorized recipes so that suit ingredients or even the user’s mood. In the American version, SmartThings Cooking also allows you to purchase in one place through stores such as Walmart, Kroger, Instacart and Amazon Fresh.
Every recipe goes guiding the user step by step through the food-making process, including times, cooking modes, temperatures, and other settings. In addition, if we have a next-generation Family Hub refrigerator like the one presented a few weeks ago, he will take care of identify what’s inside the fridge and add the missing ingredients directly to the shopping cart.
Finally, Samsung has indicated that its smart fridges for 2021 will bring new functionalities related to the user interface, such as widgets for the most frequent functions, a widget musical larger that includes personalized recommendations and a improved SmartThings widget which serves as a remote control for all smart home devices. They will also allow family members upload photos, notes and miscellaneous content from their mobile terminals.
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