Please add Wear support! I haven't had a chance to use this in the real world yet, but I have played with it for the last ten minutes or so, and this looks to be exactly what I was looking for! I love everything about it, but would LOVE to see Wear support, even if it's just quick shortcuts to repeat recent drinks to your total. Much more likely to use my watch than pull my phone out when I'm out drinking with the boys, etc. I would gladly pay money for this!
Seems like a great app, but for some reason when I enter a drink in, say at 12:01 AM Sunday, it shows up in the log as being 12:01 AM Saturday. Although the graph will show it correctly on Sunday! Also, I use military time, and it looks like the wheel used to enter the times is configured weird for mulitary time. Not sure if that is related. It goes from 00 to 13 next (and 12 to 01) on the wheel, I believe it should go from 00 to 01 next, and 12 to 13 next. Not sure of this is a android setting or app related.
Seems quite accurate...I'll give myself a bit until "completely sober," then good to go! Enter good initial data, and it matches my breathalyzer very closely. Really like the history tracking, lets me know how I'm doing in general.
My go-to alcohol tracking app. I typically carry a breathalyzer when I go out to drink to make sure I stay under BAC to drive legally. This app is very accurate according to my breathalyzer which gives just about the same readings as the app. I trust it enough that if I forget my breathalyzer at home I have full trust in the app to correctly tell my BAC if I decide to have a few drinks.
Data lost due cheap bug. Backups don't go to SD even though UI say so
Perfect except that it uses current day in calculations. It would be best to wait until the day is over. App is very flexible for use with any number of different drinks and very easy to use.
- Fixed issue with Progressive Alcohol Effects screen
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