Who doesn’t love a good hamburger straight off the grill? What about steak? And don’t forget about the grilled veggies. I’m getting hungry just thinking about it. Can you hear my stomach rumbling?But whenever you’re grilling, you aren’t necessarily able to stay with your food the entire time. Stay away from the grill too long and your juicy burger could be a hot charcoaled burned mess. Conversely, if you undercook the food, you could make yourself and others sick.Never let that happen with the GrillTime app. It’s a special grill timer made especially for all your grilling needs. Just tell it what you’re cooking, how thick it is, how well done you want it and you’re all set.Next, GrillTime will set the appropriate timers, for multiple items, and will alert you when it’s time to take the “shrimp off the barbie” or even just flip your burgers. The iOS app is even available for the Apple Watch, so it’s OK if you don’t have your iPhone handy.On top of that, GrillTime also has a step-by-step guide for hundreds of items and how to grill them to complete perfection.If you’re planning on grilling this weekend (or any weekend this summer) GrillTime is a must-have download. It does cost $1.99, but that’s nothing in comparison to the amount of money you can save just by not burning your steaks! Get specific cooking times and temperatures for steak, hamburger, chicken, pork, fish, sausage, hot dogs, lamb, turkey, veggies and even fruit.GrillTime’s timers are another thing that sets this app apart. Set yourself “flip” reminders so you’ll never cook one side too long. And, you can even set multiple timers to keep track of different items you’ve got on the grill.Note: Currently, GrillTime is only available for Apple users. However, Android users should check out the Grill and Barbecue Timer in the Google Play store. This app has similar features, and it’s even free!
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