DAILY DOT COM - iGrill considers itself the perfect grilling accessory. It's a Bluetooth thermometer that's compatible with Apple and Android devices .
iGrill has been on the market for a while now, but the application is relatively new. It will monitor your food up to 200 feet away and alert you when it's ready. That way you are free to play a yard game, shoot some hoops or watch part of a movie.
Here's how it works: sync the iGrill to your device via Bluetooth and stick the meat thermometer into whatever you're cooking. You've got pre-settings for different cuts of meats, or you can set up your own. It even comes with a kitchen timer and recipe ideas too.
There's also Facebook integration, so you can check out what other people around the nation are cooking up through social media.
The iGrill sells for $79.99 AT&T, and BestBuy. The app is a free download on iTunes or Google Play stores.
If it doesn't work out, you can always use the BBQ finder to find some good take out instead.
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