Top drinks apps

3. For all round consumer-friendly guidance: Wine Angel (£1.99)

From grape variety and wine terminology guides to regional maps, food matching tips, advice on how to taste wine, blog posts, videos and a personal record of your own tasting notes, this app created by UK-based Tracy Lee offers an approachable but useful one stop shop for anyone looking to explore the world of wine.

Download Wine Angel for iPhone

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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