2.6
748 reviews
100K+
Downloads
Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Track your BAC with BACtrack®

Anytime you are consuming alcohol and want an estimate of your BAC (Blood Alcohol Content), go directly to the BACtrack® App. Designed by BACtrack Breathalyzers, the leading manufacturer of personal and professional alcohol breath detectors, this app features a Bluetooth connection to the BACtrack Mobile Breathalyzer.

Display BACtrack test results on your Android device by connecting the BACtrack Mobile Breathalyzer via Bluetooth. Armed with the power of Xtend™ Fuel Cell Sensor technology, the BACtrack breathalyzer uses the same technology used by professional groups around the world. Quickly test and view BAC results, and read safety information about corresponding impairment levels. With ZeroLine™, a revolutionary new feature that estimates your decrease in BAC over time, the app estimates when your BAC will return to 0.000%. Saved BAC readings are automatically mapped on the Tracking Graph, allowing you to get a clear picture of your drinking habits and gain insight about how your body processes alcohol. Track what you drank and where with photos, notes, and drink logs. Your BAC results remain private, or choose to share via text message, Facebook, Twitter, etc.

Download the app designed by BACtrack, the leader in personal and professional breathalyzers. Our products have been featured on MythBusters, The Doctors, The Dr. Phil Show, and Oprah's All Stars. And BACtrack was the first company to ever receive FDA clearance to sell breathalyzers to consumers for personal use. You can trust BACtrack anytime you want to estimate your BAC – and now on your phone!

Key Features
- Bluetooth connection to the BACtrack Mobile Breathalyzer
- Learn how alcohol affects your BAC
- Fast and easy to use
- Designed by BACtrack®, the leader in personal and professional alcohol breathalyzers

Download now so that you can always estimate your BAC anywhere, anytime!
Updated on
Sep 11, 2023

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
This app may share these data types with third parties
Location, Photos and videos, and Device or other IDs
This app may collect these data types
Personal info, Health and fitness and 2 others
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted

Ratings and reviews

2.6
725 reviews
Jaroslav Sladek
March 2, 2021
As other reviews said, this really doesn't work with BACtrack Mobile reliably at all, and the company hasn't been able to fix it for five years, so there is zero hope. It takes forever to get reading on my Pixel and fails repeatedly in many amusing ways. Either it fails to connect, or the connection drops, or it fails to start countdown, or it tells you to breath without countdown and times out or it fails to transfer the result. It's really a comedy using it every single time! Closing the app and turning BACtrack repeatedly off and on will usually eventually deliver a result if you have enough patience. You may even sober up by the time it actually does. I recently got hold of BACtrack C8, and that seems to work much more reliably. Plus it has standalone mode. I would rate this four stars for use with C6. Minus one star if used with Mobile. If you haven't gotten the breathalyzer yet, do yourself a favor and get C8 or maybe C6. If you're stuck with BACtrack Mobile and this app, good luck getting the reading.
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Terry Graham
April 9, 2022
It has trouble connecting or staying connected but works well when it does. The map that shows other user readings is horrible. They haven't updated that in years. The map is peppered with old data and its no fun to view at all. They seriously need to do something with it. I have to sort of wonder how accurate it is if the app is so sloppy then why would I assume the hardware is accurate?
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