Track Your Drinking With SoberApp
If you’re someone who enjoys a drink or two, you might be interested in the new application from XDA forum member tofira, SoberApp. This apps is the successor of the dev’s previous app called “Can You Drive”.
SoberApp, according to the dev is much more that your ordinary breathalyzer app – it’s here to take care of all your drinking needs!
Features of the app include:
- Browse over 3100 different drinks.
- Recognises your general location and adjusts itself to the local law in your country for more accurate calculations.
- Find a nearby taxi or pub – the app will help you find a taxi to take you home in case you’ve had a little too much to drink.
- Scan your drinks – you can scan your drinks barcodes and the app will detect and add them. You can also use voice recognition to search your drinks.
- Share drinks – share what you’ve been drinking and ask for a ride.
SoberApp is free of charge and is available to download in the Market.
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