Off to a good start
Blake Brasher write:
Pros: easy to track the number of alcohol units you have consumed on a daily basis, pretty slick interface with a great "another wine" (or whatever your last drink was) button right on the home screen which makes it super easy to track your next drink when you're having the same thing as your last drink.
Cons: the cartoon bimbo with the quote. She is part of a small army of cartoon women with big breasts and scant clothing, and you can't get her off the home screen. Seriously, as an optional feature this may appeal to some, but as a permanent fixture it is simply distasteful and a huge waste of screen. Also: no way to add your own drinks to the somewhat limited list (for example, gin and tonic is missing - though it is easy to alter the size and percent alcohol of the drinks which are present), the flip through interface for choosing a drink is atrocious, everything is recorded by the day rather than hour or minute so this is no good if you are trying to figure your blood alcohol level, and the standard alcohol unit and suggested levels don't take into account a person's mass. It suggests 2 drinks a night as moderate and healthy regardless of whether you weigh 90 lbs or 300.
It would be nice if this app incorporates a blood alcohol level calculator/tracker. If this app paired up with the DrinkTracker app the result would be highly useful. As it is it is only marginally useful.
If all you care about is tracking the number of drink units you consume per day and are not offended by cartoon women with oversized breasts in swimsuits channeling the likes of Lord Byron then this is the app for you.
This seems to be a pretty fresh app and I hope the developers will take some time to make it better.