Thermometers use apps to tell you when steak's ready

Posted: August 18, 2014 at 2:08 a.m.

Special to the Democrat-Gazette/MELISSA L. JONES The Grill-Right from Oregon Scientific (left) and the iGrill Mini from iDevices use Bluetooth to connect wirelessly to a smartphone, where apps can display the cooking temperature from their probes.

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The iDevices iGrill Mini requires a CR2032 battery (which is included) and the free iGrill app for iOS or Android smartphones. The Grill-Right from Oregon Scientific requires two AA batteries (which are included) and the Grill Right app for iOS or Android. The iGrill retails for $39.99, and the Grill-Right retails for $59.99. More information on the iGrill is available at idevicesinc.com. More information on the Grill-Right is at oregonscientific.com.

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