Newton, MA (PressExposure) June 17, 2009 -- Busy individuals can now plan dinner on the go with the recent launch of the DinnerBeat mobile site. DinnerBeat is a free website that helps users generate meal plans by organizing their recipes and printing shopping lists. Unlike other meal-planning sites, DinnerBeat adds a social aspect by allowing members to link to friends, exchange recipes and explore each otherâs meal plans.
The new mobile site allows users to create meal plans from any mobile phone with Internet access. Members can access all the functionalities of the full site, including scheduling meals for the week, retrieving previously scheduled recipes and viewing their friendâs profiles. Users who may have forgotten to print out their shopping list for the week can easily obtain their online shopping list via their phone while they browse through the supermarket aisles.
DinnerBeatâs founder, Liz Jimenez, created the site to help busy people save time by making it easy for users to plan meals. The free meal-planning website was released from beta 10 months ago and continues to grow exponentially. âOur members were clamoring for a mobile site, as many of them are often swamped in their daily lives and find themselves unable to sit down in front of a computer to do weekly meal planning,â says Jimenez, a mother of two. âNow they can figure out whatâs for dinner wherever they may be â in between meetings, on the train from work or with their kids at the playground.â
Current members can now access the site via their mobile device at [http://m.dinnerbeat.com]. To become a member of DinnerBeat, visit http://www.dinnerbeat.com.