Top drinks apps

2. For the drinks trade: WSTA Trade Diary (free)

New for the drinks industry in 2012 is an app version of the Wine & Spirit Trade Association diary. Listing dates and locations for all the UK’s main wine and spirits trade activities, from tastings, seminars, exam dates and awards ceremonies, the app allows users to add their own events, as well as synchronising the diary with their phone calendar.

Available on both Android and iPhone.

Download WSTA Trade Diary for iPhone

Download WSTA Trade Diary for Android

4 Responses to “Top drinks apps”

  1. Josh Miller says:

    If you don’t have BeachBum Berry’s Tiki+ iPhone app, you’re doing it wrong. All the best original and authentic tiki drink recipes right there on your phone–I use it all the time. Highly recommended for the Mahiki / Trailer Happiness crowd. Aloha!

  2. Niti says:

    I would like to introduce you to my iPhone app, Life with Wines, that was just released over the w/e. I came up with the idea late last year when some friends and I had a wine tasting night and couple of weeks later at the retail store, I could not remember the name of a particular one that I loved. I am sure you have had similar experiences, please try this app out… If you are reading this on your iPhone go here to download it: http://itunes.com/apps/lifewithwines

    I would appreciate your review and thoughts…

  3. mark says:

    Point your smartphone at http://www.SaveOnBrew.com — you’ll get the mobile version of the site, finds all of the advertised beer deals near your zip. Neato!

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