Just installed. After being a Platter's book user for years ( got books back to about 1986) it's great to have it always with me, I have often ended up shopping and would have loved to have a platters with me - now I can. Seems functional enough, no hassles with registration or use. As a prolific app user, I just find the R175 to be the most expensive app I've found, considering that to be a yearly amount, and the producers are saving hugely on print and distribution costs. If it were more affordable, the convenience of the app would make it a 4* or 5* app. IMHO if it was priced around R100 or under per year, there would be a lot more buyers. Will be using it for the year, and see if it's worth it.
Doesn't seem to work, besides what everyone is saying in the reviews. It sent me to a website to create an account with password. After doing so and clicking the appropriate link in the email received, it immediately says "your subscription has ended". Most useless app
It does not look as if the developers mind a score of 1.9. Looking at the other reviews, I have to ask the question why must I spend my money here. I had a beta version of this app (free) and I though the interface was frustratingly clumsy.
Clunky and expensive I would've loved it if this app was good but it is not. It is crap. I don't mind to pay for quality, but this is hard to navigate, to search and the scanner doesn't ever work. R150 in the water.
App is only a rental and having paid the full price, you only get to use it for a year. Buy the paper copy ... get a much more user friendly version and you still get to use it more than 12 months after having invested your money in the information.
Misleading. Not free. Subscription service. Rather charge for the app as a once off fee like the Sasol birds app.
2018 wine editions have been added in this new release of the app.
Test your knowledge and challenge your friends on different types of wine.