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10 Drinking Apps You Need Slideshow

10 Drinking Apps You Need Slideshow

To Buy Wine: Wine Spectator Ratings

The recently updated app from Wine Spectator has everything you need to learn about wine in one place: Vintage Charts covering 55 of the world’s principal wine regions and grape varieties; customized searches by price, score, and producer; videos; and social media capabilities to share your favorite picks. Plus, you have all the advice and picks from Wine Spectator experts at your fingertips.

free, available for iOS

For Cocktails at Home: Food & Wine Cocktails

On top of really, really pretty pictures to make you wish your mixology skills were taking place in a beautiful home, the Food & Wine Cocktails app has 350 detailed recipes from the country's top mixologists, mixology tips, and even bar food pairings.

free, iOS

To Build a Wine Journal: Delectable Wine

It's never been easier to store notes on your phone about the wines you like. With Delectable Wine, you can snap pictures, take notes, and check out other users' notes to see what they're drinking. Imagine you're at one giant wine bar where everyone's sharing their favorites, and you've got Delectable Wine.

free, iOS

For Easy Food and Wine Pairings: Winestein

Nothing is more intimidating than being put on the spot to order a wine to go with your meal. Winestein calls itself "the digital sommelier"; enter in what you're eating and Winestein will come up with the best wine for your dish. You'll never be embarrassed at the restaurant again.

To Find the Best Beer: BeerCloud

An encyclopedic source of beer, according to brewers everywhere, BeerCloud, made by the Great Brewers Association, has it all to help you discover and find the right beer for you. The app has more than 4,000 beers in its database, along with detailed descriptions of them with brewery pages; then, you can find the beers with the GPS tracker.

To Make the Best Use of Your Liquor Cabinet: Liquor Cabinet

This is the perfect app if you're unsure what cocktails to make with what you have: thanks to Liquor Cabinet, you can input what spirits and mixers you have on hand, and the app will come back with your cocktail answer.

$.99, iOS

For the On-the-Go Coffee Break: Coffee Run

Hey, we couldn't leave out the coffee apps — and this one is genius. You know there's always a moment where you can't keep track of your coworkers' coffee orders, but Coffee Run compiles them into a neat checklist. (So there's really no excuse for getting a drink order wrong anymore.) We all need apps that make life this convenient.

free, iOS

For Social Beer Lovers: Untappd

This is the Yelp for beer lovers. Untappd makes it easy to check in (like with Foursquare or Facebook) with your favorite beers, and see what people are drinking around you. Plus, the app gives personalized beer suggestions based on your preferences.

free, iOS and Android

For the Coffee Shop Snob: Coffee Guru

Want to avoid the Starbucks and Dunkin' Donuts? Coffee Guru pinpoints all the independent coffee shops around you, and where to find them. Genius. There's more than 6,200 coffee shops in the database, with filters for reviews, fair trade and direct trade beans, and roasters.

$1.99, iOS

For Finding the Perfect Cocktail: Elixr

Want to find where to get your next drink? Elixr lets users post cocktails to the app so you can find the best and prettiest drinks in your neighborhood. You can even see where your friends are drinking (and what drinks they're having).

free, iOS


18 iPhone Drinking Apps to Get the Party Started

Blackberry, SideKick, Nokia users, put aside your differences: Let's grab a beer! It could go all night, and of course, you'll need to hang with me because I have the best drinking apps. Here are 18 iPhone drinking apps that will keep track of how much you're drinking, store drink recipes, help you figure out what to tip your bartender, and more. Which have you tried out? Tell us more in the comments!

BeerCounter – You know how you start off the night knowing exactly how many beers you might intend to consume, and by the end of the night you’ve actually consumed the equivalent of a personal keg? This app is a free and simple beer counter. Every time you consume another drink, add one to the roster. No cheating, this app might be better kept in the hands of your designated driver.

PigUpLines – Can’t find the right words for that special girl in the tube top standing by the bar? Using PigUpLines will surely bring her to her knees. What? I mean, just listen to this one: “Excuse me, do you have any raisins? How about a date?” and how about “The only thing your eyes haven’t told me is your name.” This app is $1.99, but as classy as tickling a pink pig for a pick up line is, this app should be free.

Drink Timer – Late night out on the town? Use this app when you start drinking so that the next morning you’ll know whether you’re still drunk or not. When the nice officer pulls you over the next morning, just wave your iPhone in his face and tell him, “but my iPhone says I’m sober!” This app is .99 but again, should probably be free.

Bar Hopper – If you like BeerCounter and Drink Timer, then you could invest $1.99 to get both of them in this one app. It’ll also estimate your blood-alcohol level and has a button to call a taxi. The interface is easy to use, since everything you want to do is on one screen.

R U Drunk – Can you pass these six sobriety tests? The six tests include standing on one leg, walking in a straight line, saying the alphabet backwards, a hand-eye coordination test, a “breathalizer” test, and a BAC calculator. The app is clearly labeled for entertainment purposes, but still, people are hating on it in the app store for controversial reasons. This was personally one of my favorites and I think it’s worth the 2.99.

DrinkBuddy - Another app that will keep track of your drinking. The benefit to this one is that you can also keep track of everyone else’s drinking, so if you’re feeling like reminiscing with your old frat buddies, here’s the app for you. Also, unlike the other apps, this one comes pre-loaded with drinks so that you can spend less time keeping track and more time drinking. Sessions are saved in case you want to “wow” that special someone with your tolerance for alcohol that always gets ‘em. Chug chug chug chug!

Beer Pad – For the beer aficionado, this app works as a beer journal to record your thoughts on the beers you drink. You can take notes, rate the beers you try, take a picture of the bottle for future reference and look up beers you’ve tried in the past. BeerPad will also remember everything you’ve said and use it as a reference guide for future. It’s $4.99 but if beer is your game, this is one cool app.

Wine Pad – Same app as above, except for those who prefer wine. This app is also $4.99, but there’s a free, (supposedly) buggy version called Pad Lite that worked fine for me. Wine Log is a similar application.

myColorWave - Spending time with other people who have had too much to drink? Wave this free app around to see how fast they fall on the floor. Shake it or wave it, and the screen changes colors. Tap it or swipe it, the screen keeps changing colors. Tap or wave it faster, or jump up and down, and it changes color even faster!

Wooo Button – You know how whenever you have a little too much to drink, everything is “woooooo” worthy? Well, with this app you can press a simple button and it will yell an emphatic “wooooooo” for you. Is it faster and more productive to just yell “woooo” on your own? Sure. But it’s free so what the heck.

TipStar - When the night is over don’t forget to tip your bartender! This is one of the few tipping apps that are still free on the app store, but it performs its basic function: Calculating your tip.

Mix your own drinks with some cocktail apps

Throwing your own party? Hosting an after party following your local PodCamp? There are a few cocktail mixing apps for the iPhone to make you the bartender of the night. People will be Twittering about your Mojito’s for days to come. Or, the next time the bartender doesn’t know your favorite drink, just bring it up and give them the recipe.

Cocktails (free) – Ehm, if you speak German, this app will be perfect for you! Otherwise, you’re probably going to have to pay at least .99 cents for a drink app.

iBartender (.99) – A decent bartending app, you can find all of the popular drinks and email them to others if that’s your agenda. Can’t decide what to make? Just shake the app and it will pick one for you.

PLBartender (.99) - If you’re cool with browsing for your drinks by name instead of by ingredient, this app will work. Like some of the other apps, you can edit recipes to your liking, but reviews at the iTunes app store recommend splurging on the Drinks app (below).

Drinks ($3.99) – This is a fantastic app to find drinks that you want to make. You can search by drink name or by the ingredients that you have (a big plus). You can even edit existing mixes to your liking and add your own. When you’re done, you can review the drink and write notes about it. Great ratings in the app store, which I wholeheartedly agree with.

Cocktails ($4.99) – An OK app that doesn’t require Internet access to use. No customization like the Drinks app and lacks more modern drinks (probably due to the fact that the user base can’t add recipes).


18 iPhone Drinking Apps to Get the Party Started

Blackberry, SideKick, Nokia users, put aside your differences: Let's grab a beer! It could go all night, and of course, you'll need to hang with me because I have the best drinking apps. Here are 18 iPhone drinking apps that will keep track of how much you're drinking, store drink recipes, help you figure out what to tip your bartender, and more. Which have you tried out? Tell us more in the comments!

BeerCounter – You know how you start off the night knowing exactly how many beers you might intend to consume, and by the end of the night you’ve actually consumed the equivalent of a personal keg? This app is a free and simple beer counter. Every time you consume another drink, add one to the roster. No cheating, this app might be better kept in the hands of your designated driver.

PigUpLines – Can’t find the right words for that special girl in the tube top standing by the bar? Using PigUpLines will surely bring her to her knees. What? I mean, just listen to this one: “Excuse me, do you have any raisins? How about a date?” and how about “The only thing your eyes haven’t told me is your name.” This app is $1.99, but as classy as tickling a pink pig for a pick up line is, this app should be free.

Drink Timer – Late night out on the town? Use this app when you start drinking so that the next morning you’ll know whether you’re still drunk or not. When the nice officer pulls you over the next morning, just wave your iPhone in his face and tell him, “but my iPhone says I’m sober!” This app is .99 but again, should probably be free.

Bar Hopper – If you like BeerCounter and Drink Timer, then you could invest $1.99 to get both of them in this one app. It’ll also estimate your blood-alcohol level and has a button to call a taxi. The interface is easy to use, since everything you want to do is on one screen.

R U Drunk – Can you pass these six sobriety tests? The six tests include standing on one leg, walking in a straight line, saying the alphabet backwards, a hand-eye coordination test, a “breathalizer” test, and a BAC calculator. The app is clearly labeled for entertainment purposes, but still, people are hating on it in the app store for controversial reasons. This was personally one of my favorites and I think it’s worth the 2.99.

DrinkBuddy - Another app that will keep track of your drinking. The benefit to this one is that you can also keep track of everyone else’s drinking, so if you’re feeling like reminiscing with your old frat buddies, here’s the app for you. Also, unlike the other apps, this one comes pre-loaded with drinks so that you can spend less time keeping track and more time drinking. Sessions are saved in case you want to “wow” that special someone with your tolerance for alcohol that always gets ‘em. Chug chug chug chug!

Beer Pad – For the beer aficionado, this app works as a beer journal to record your thoughts on the beers you drink. You can take notes, rate the beers you try, take a picture of the bottle for future reference and look up beers you’ve tried in the past. BeerPad will also remember everything you’ve said and use it as a reference guide for future. It’s $4.99 but if beer is your game, this is one cool app.

Wine Pad – Same app as above, except for those who prefer wine. This app is also $4.99, but there’s a free, (supposedly) buggy version called Pad Lite that worked fine for me. Wine Log is a similar application.

myColorWave - Spending time with other people who have had too much to drink? Wave this free app around to see how fast they fall on the floor. Shake it or wave it, and the screen changes colors. Tap it or swipe it, the screen keeps changing colors. Tap or wave it faster, or jump up and down, and it changes color even faster!

Wooo Button – You know how whenever you have a little too much to drink, everything is “woooooo” worthy? Well, with this app you can press a simple button and it will yell an emphatic “wooooooo” for you. Is it faster and more productive to just yell “woooo” on your own? Sure. But it’s free so what the heck.

TipStar - When the night is over don’t forget to tip your bartender! This is one of the few tipping apps that are still free on the app store, but it performs its basic function: Calculating your tip.

Mix your own drinks with some cocktail apps

Throwing your own party? Hosting an after party following your local PodCamp? There are a few cocktail mixing apps for the iPhone to make you the bartender of the night. People will be Twittering about your Mojito’s for days to come. Or, the next time the bartender doesn’t know your favorite drink, just bring it up and give them the recipe.

Cocktails (free) – Ehm, if you speak German, this app will be perfect for you! Otherwise, you’re probably going to have to pay at least .99 cents for a drink app.

iBartender (.99) – A decent bartending app, you can find all of the popular drinks and email them to others if that’s your agenda. Can’t decide what to make? Just shake the app and it will pick one for you.

PLBartender (.99) - If you’re cool with browsing for your drinks by name instead of by ingredient, this app will work. Like some of the other apps, you can edit recipes to your liking, but reviews at the iTunes app store recommend splurging on the Drinks app (below).

Drinks ($3.99) – This is a fantastic app to find drinks that you want to make. You can search by drink name or by the ingredients that you have (a big plus). You can even edit existing mixes to your liking and add your own. When you’re done, you can review the drink and write notes about it. Great ratings in the app store, which I wholeheartedly agree with.

Cocktails ($4.99) – An OK app that doesn’t require Internet access to use. No customization like the Drinks app and lacks more modern drinks (probably due to the fact that the user base can’t add recipes).


18 iPhone Drinking Apps to Get the Party Started

Blackberry, SideKick, Nokia users, put aside your differences: Let's grab a beer! It could go all night, and of course, you'll need to hang with me because I have the best drinking apps. Here are 18 iPhone drinking apps that will keep track of how much you're drinking, store drink recipes, help you figure out what to tip your bartender, and more. Which have you tried out? Tell us more in the comments!

BeerCounter – You know how you start off the night knowing exactly how many beers you might intend to consume, and by the end of the night you’ve actually consumed the equivalent of a personal keg? This app is a free and simple beer counter. Every time you consume another drink, add one to the roster. No cheating, this app might be better kept in the hands of your designated driver.

PigUpLines – Can’t find the right words for that special girl in the tube top standing by the bar? Using PigUpLines will surely bring her to her knees. What? I mean, just listen to this one: “Excuse me, do you have any raisins? How about a date?” and how about “The only thing your eyes haven’t told me is your name.” This app is $1.99, but as classy as tickling a pink pig for a pick up line is, this app should be free.

Drink Timer – Late night out on the town? Use this app when you start drinking so that the next morning you’ll know whether you’re still drunk or not. When the nice officer pulls you over the next morning, just wave your iPhone in his face and tell him, “but my iPhone says I’m sober!” This app is .99 but again, should probably be free.

Bar Hopper – If you like BeerCounter and Drink Timer, then you could invest $1.99 to get both of them in this one app. It’ll also estimate your blood-alcohol level and has a button to call a taxi. The interface is easy to use, since everything you want to do is on one screen.

R U Drunk – Can you pass these six sobriety tests? The six tests include standing on one leg, walking in a straight line, saying the alphabet backwards, a hand-eye coordination test, a “breathalizer” test, and a BAC calculator. The app is clearly labeled for entertainment purposes, but still, people are hating on it in the app store for controversial reasons. This was personally one of my favorites and I think it’s worth the 2.99.

DrinkBuddy - Another app that will keep track of your drinking. The benefit to this one is that you can also keep track of everyone else’s drinking, so if you’re feeling like reminiscing with your old frat buddies, here’s the app for you. Also, unlike the other apps, this one comes pre-loaded with drinks so that you can spend less time keeping track and more time drinking. Sessions are saved in case you want to “wow” that special someone with your tolerance for alcohol that always gets ‘em. Chug chug chug chug!

Beer Pad – For the beer aficionado, this app works as a beer journal to record your thoughts on the beers you drink. You can take notes, rate the beers you try, take a picture of the bottle for future reference and look up beers you’ve tried in the past. BeerPad will also remember everything you’ve said and use it as a reference guide for future. It’s $4.99 but if beer is your game, this is one cool app.

Wine Pad – Same app as above, except for those who prefer wine. This app is also $4.99, but there’s a free, (supposedly) buggy version called Pad Lite that worked fine for me. Wine Log is a similar application.

myColorWave - Spending time with other people who have had too much to drink? Wave this free app around to see how fast they fall on the floor. Shake it or wave it, and the screen changes colors. Tap it or swipe it, the screen keeps changing colors. Tap or wave it faster, or jump up and down, and it changes color even faster!

Wooo Button – You know how whenever you have a little too much to drink, everything is “woooooo” worthy? Well, with this app you can press a simple button and it will yell an emphatic “wooooooo” for you. Is it faster and more productive to just yell “woooo” on your own? Sure. But it’s free so what the heck.

TipStar - When the night is over don’t forget to tip your bartender! This is one of the few tipping apps that are still free on the app store, but it performs its basic function: Calculating your tip.

Mix your own drinks with some cocktail apps

Throwing your own party? Hosting an after party following your local PodCamp? There are a few cocktail mixing apps for the iPhone to make you the bartender of the night. People will be Twittering about your Mojito’s for days to come. Or, the next time the bartender doesn’t know your favorite drink, just bring it up and give them the recipe.

Cocktails (free) – Ehm, if you speak German, this app will be perfect for you! Otherwise, you’re probably going to have to pay at least .99 cents for a drink app.

iBartender (.99) – A decent bartending app, you can find all of the popular drinks and email them to others if that’s your agenda. Can’t decide what to make? Just shake the app and it will pick one for you.

PLBartender (.99) - If you’re cool with browsing for your drinks by name instead of by ingredient, this app will work. Like some of the other apps, you can edit recipes to your liking, but reviews at the iTunes app store recommend splurging on the Drinks app (below).

Drinks ($3.99) – This is a fantastic app to find drinks that you want to make. You can search by drink name or by the ingredients that you have (a big plus). You can even edit existing mixes to your liking and add your own. When you’re done, you can review the drink and write notes about it. Great ratings in the app store, which I wholeheartedly agree with.

Cocktails ($4.99) – An OK app that doesn’t require Internet access to use. No customization like the Drinks app and lacks more modern drinks (probably due to the fact that the user base can’t add recipes).


18 iPhone Drinking Apps to Get the Party Started

Blackberry, SideKick, Nokia users, put aside your differences: Let's grab a beer! It could go all night, and of course, you'll need to hang with me because I have the best drinking apps. Here are 18 iPhone drinking apps that will keep track of how much you're drinking, store drink recipes, help you figure out what to tip your bartender, and more. Which have you tried out? Tell us more in the comments!

BeerCounter – You know how you start off the night knowing exactly how many beers you might intend to consume, and by the end of the night you’ve actually consumed the equivalent of a personal keg? This app is a free and simple beer counter. Every time you consume another drink, add one to the roster. No cheating, this app might be better kept in the hands of your designated driver.

PigUpLines – Can’t find the right words for that special girl in the tube top standing by the bar? Using PigUpLines will surely bring her to her knees. What? I mean, just listen to this one: “Excuse me, do you have any raisins? How about a date?” and how about “The only thing your eyes haven’t told me is your name.” This app is $1.99, but as classy as tickling a pink pig for a pick up line is, this app should be free.

Drink Timer – Late night out on the town? Use this app when you start drinking so that the next morning you’ll know whether you’re still drunk or not. When the nice officer pulls you over the next morning, just wave your iPhone in his face and tell him, “but my iPhone says I’m sober!” This app is .99 but again, should probably be free.

Bar Hopper – If you like BeerCounter and Drink Timer, then you could invest $1.99 to get both of them in this one app. It’ll also estimate your blood-alcohol level and has a button to call a taxi. The interface is easy to use, since everything you want to do is on one screen.

R U Drunk – Can you pass these six sobriety tests? The six tests include standing on one leg, walking in a straight line, saying the alphabet backwards, a hand-eye coordination test, a “breathalizer” test, and a BAC calculator. The app is clearly labeled for entertainment purposes, but still, people are hating on it in the app store for controversial reasons. This was personally one of my favorites and I think it’s worth the 2.99.

DrinkBuddy - Another app that will keep track of your drinking. The benefit to this one is that you can also keep track of everyone else’s drinking, so if you’re feeling like reminiscing with your old frat buddies, here’s the app for you. Also, unlike the other apps, this one comes pre-loaded with drinks so that you can spend less time keeping track and more time drinking. Sessions are saved in case you want to “wow” that special someone with your tolerance for alcohol that always gets ‘em. Chug chug chug chug!

Beer Pad – For the beer aficionado, this app works as a beer journal to record your thoughts on the beers you drink. You can take notes, rate the beers you try, take a picture of the bottle for future reference and look up beers you’ve tried in the past. BeerPad will also remember everything you’ve said and use it as a reference guide for future. It’s $4.99 but if beer is your game, this is one cool app.

Wine Pad – Same app as above, except for those who prefer wine. This app is also $4.99, but there’s a free, (supposedly) buggy version called Pad Lite that worked fine for me. Wine Log is a similar application.

myColorWave - Spending time with other people who have had too much to drink? Wave this free app around to see how fast they fall on the floor. Shake it or wave it, and the screen changes colors. Tap it or swipe it, the screen keeps changing colors. Tap or wave it faster, or jump up and down, and it changes color even faster!

Wooo Button – You know how whenever you have a little too much to drink, everything is “woooooo” worthy? Well, with this app you can press a simple button and it will yell an emphatic “wooooooo” for you. Is it faster and more productive to just yell “woooo” on your own? Sure. But it’s free so what the heck.

TipStar - When the night is over don’t forget to tip your bartender! This is one of the few tipping apps that are still free on the app store, but it performs its basic function: Calculating your tip.

Mix your own drinks with some cocktail apps

Throwing your own party? Hosting an after party following your local PodCamp? There are a few cocktail mixing apps for the iPhone to make you the bartender of the night. People will be Twittering about your Mojito’s for days to come. Or, the next time the bartender doesn’t know your favorite drink, just bring it up and give them the recipe.

Cocktails (free) – Ehm, if you speak German, this app will be perfect for you! Otherwise, you’re probably going to have to pay at least .99 cents for a drink app.

iBartender (.99) – A decent bartending app, you can find all of the popular drinks and email them to others if that’s your agenda. Can’t decide what to make? Just shake the app and it will pick one for you.

PLBartender (.99) - If you’re cool with browsing for your drinks by name instead of by ingredient, this app will work. Like some of the other apps, you can edit recipes to your liking, but reviews at the iTunes app store recommend splurging on the Drinks app (below).

Drinks ($3.99) – This is a fantastic app to find drinks that you want to make. You can search by drink name or by the ingredients that you have (a big plus). You can even edit existing mixes to your liking and add your own. When you’re done, you can review the drink and write notes about it. Great ratings in the app store, which I wholeheartedly agree with.

Cocktails ($4.99) – An OK app that doesn’t require Internet access to use. No customization like the Drinks app and lacks more modern drinks (probably due to the fact that the user base can’t add recipes).


18 iPhone Drinking Apps to Get the Party Started

Blackberry, SideKick, Nokia users, put aside your differences: Let's grab a beer! It could go all night, and of course, you'll need to hang with me because I have the best drinking apps. Here are 18 iPhone drinking apps that will keep track of how much you're drinking, store drink recipes, help you figure out what to tip your bartender, and more. Which have you tried out? Tell us more in the comments!

BeerCounter – You know how you start off the night knowing exactly how many beers you might intend to consume, and by the end of the night you’ve actually consumed the equivalent of a personal keg? This app is a free and simple beer counter. Every time you consume another drink, add one to the roster. No cheating, this app might be better kept in the hands of your designated driver.

PigUpLines – Can’t find the right words for that special girl in the tube top standing by the bar? Using PigUpLines will surely bring her to her knees. What? I mean, just listen to this one: “Excuse me, do you have any raisins? How about a date?” and how about “The only thing your eyes haven’t told me is your name.” This app is $1.99, but as classy as tickling a pink pig for a pick up line is, this app should be free.

Drink Timer – Late night out on the town? Use this app when you start drinking so that the next morning you’ll know whether you’re still drunk or not. When the nice officer pulls you over the next morning, just wave your iPhone in his face and tell him, “but my iPhone says I’m sober!” This app is .99 but again, should probably be free.

Bar Hopper – If you like BeerCounter and Drink Timer, then you could invest $1.99 to get both of them in this one app. It’ll also estimate your blood-alcohol level and has a button to call a taxi. The interface is easy to use, since everything you want to do is on one screen.

R U Drunk – Can you pass these six sobriety tests? The six tests include standing on one leg, walking in a straight line, saying the alphabet backwards, a hand-eye coordination test, a “breathalizer” test, and a BAC calculator. The app is clearly labeled for entertainment purposes, but still, people are hating on it in the app store for controversial reasons. This was personally one of my favorites and I think it’s worth the 2.99.

DrinkBuddy - Another app that will keep track of your drinking. The benefit to this one is that you can also keep track of everyone else’s drinking, so if you’re feeling like reminiscing with your old frat buddies, here’s the app for you. Also, unlike the other apps, this one comes pre-loaded with drinks so that you can spend less time keeping track and more time drinking. Sessions are saved in case you want to “wow” that special someone with your tolerance for alcohol that always gets ‘em. Chug chug chug chug!

Beer Pad – For the beer aficionado, this app works as a beer journal to record your thoughts on the beers you drink. You can take notes, rate the beers you try, take a picture of the bottle for future reference and look up beers you’ve tried in the past. BeerPad will also remember everything you’ve said and use it as a reference guide for future. It’s $4.99 but if beer is your game, this is one cool app.

Wine Pad – Same app as above, except for those who prefer wine. This app is also $4.99, but there’s a free, (supposedly) buggy version called Pad Lite that worked fine for me. Wine Log is a similar application.

myColorWave - Spending time with other people who have had too much to drink? Wave this free app around to see how fast they fall on the floor. Shake it or wave it, and the screen changes colors. Tap it or swipe it, the screen keeps changing colors. Tap or wave it faster, or jump up and down, and it changes color even faster!

Wooo Button – You know how whenever you have a little too much to drink, everything is “woooooo” worthy? Well, with this app you can press a simple button and it will yell an emphatic “wooooooo” for you. Is it faster and more productive to just yell “woooo” on your own? Sure. But it’s free so what the heck.

TipStar - When the night is over don’t forget to tip your bartender! This is one of the few tipping apps that are still free on the app store, but it performs its basic function: Calculating your tip.

Mix your own drinks with some cocktail apps

Throwing your own party? Hosting an after party following your local PodCamp? There are a few cocktail mixing apps for the iPhone to make you the bartender of the night. People will be Twittering about your Mojito’s for days to come. Or, the next time the bartender doesn’t know your favorite drink, just bring it up and give them the recipe.

Cocktails (free) – Ehm, if you speak German, this app will be perfect for you! Otherwise, you’re probably going to have to pay at least .99 cents for a drink app.

iBartender (.99) – A decent bartending app, you can find all of the popular drinks and email them to others if that’s your agenda. Can’t decide what to make? Just shake the app and it will pick one for you.

PLBartender (.99) - If you’re cool with browsing for your drinks by name instead of by ingredient, this app will work. Like some of the other apps, you can edit recipes to your liking, but reviews at the iTunes app store recommend splurging on the Drinks app (below).

Drinks ($3.99) – This is a fantastic app to find drinks that you want to make. You can search by drink name or by the ingredients that you have (a big plus). You can even edit existing mixes to your liking and add your own. When you’re done, you can review the drink and write notes about it. Great ratings in the app store, which I wholeheartedly agree with.

Cocktails ($4.99) – An OK app that doesn’t require Internet access to use. No customization like the Drinks app and lacks more modern drinks (probably due to the fact that the user base can’t add recipes).


18 iPhone Drinking Apps to Get the Party Started

Blackberry, SideKick, Nokia users, put aside your differences: Let's grab a beer! It could go all night, and of course, you'll need to hang with me because I have the best drinking apps. Here are 18 iPhone drinking apps that will keep track of how much you're drinking, store drink recipes, help you figure out what to tip your bartender, and more. Which have you tried out? Tell us more in the comments!

BeerCounter – You know how you start off the night knowing exactly how many beers you might intend to consume, and by the end of the night you’ve actually consumed the equivalent of a personal keg? This app is a free and simple beer counter. Every time you consume another drink, add one to the roster. No cheating, this app might be better kept in the hands of your designated driver.

PigUpLines – Can’t find the right words for that special girl in the tube top standing by the bar? Using PigUpLines will surely bring her to her knees. What? I mean, just listen to this one: “Excuse me, do you have any raisins? How about a date?” and how about “The only thing your eyes haven’t told me is your name.” This app is $1.99, but as classy as tickling a pink pig for a pick up line is, this app should be free.

Drink Timer – Late night out on the town? Use this app when you start drinking so that the next morning you’ll know whether you’re still drunk or not. When the nice officer pulls you over the next morning, just wave your iPhone in his face and tell him, “but my iPhone says I’m sober!” This app is .99 but again, should probably be free.

Bar Hopper – If you like BeerCounter and Drink Timer, then you could invest $1.99 to get both of them in this one app. It’ll also estimate your blood-alcohol level and has a button to call a taxi. The interface is easy to use, since everything you want to do is on one screen.

R U Drunk – Can you pass these six sobriety tests? The six tests include standing on one leg, walking in a straight line, saying the alphabet backwards, a hand-eye coordination test, a “breathalizer” test, and a BAC calculator. The app is clearly labeled for entertainment purposes, but still, people are hating on it in the app store for controversial reasons. This was personally one of my favorites and I think it’s worth the 2.99.

DrinkBuddy - Another app that will keep track of your drinking. The benefit to this one is that you can also keep track of everyone else’s drinking, so if you’re feeling like reminiscing with your old frat buddies, here’s the app for you. Also, unlike the other apps, this one comes pre-loaded with drinks so that you can spend less time keeping track and more time drinking. Sessions are saved in case you want to “wow” that special someone with your tolerance for alcohol that always gets ‘em. Chug chug chug chug!

Beer Pad – For the beer aficionado, this app works as a beer journal to record your thoughts on the beers you drink. You can take notes, rate the beers you try, take a picture of the bottle for future reference and look up beers you’ve tried in the past. BeerPad will also remember everything you’ve said and use it as a reference guide for future. It’s $4.99 but if beer is your game, this is one cool app.

Wine Pad – Same app as above, except for those who prefer wine. This app is also $4.99, but there’s a free, (supposedly) buggy version called Pad Lite that worked fine for me. Wine Log is a similar application.

myColorWave - Spending time with other people who have had too much to drink? Wave this free app around to see how fast they fall on the floor. Shake it or wave it, and the screen changes colors. Tap it or swipe it, the screen keeps changing colors. Tap or wave it faster, or jump up and down, and it changes color even faster!

Wooo Button – You know how whenever you have a little too much to drink, everything is “woooooo” worthy? Well, with this app you can press a simple button and it will yell an emphatic “wooooooo” for you. Is it faster and more productive to just yell “woooo” on your own? Sure. But it’s free so what the heck.

TipStar - When the night is over don’t forget to tip your bartender! This is one of the few tipping apps that are still free on the app store, but it performs its basic function: Calculating your tip.

Mix your own drinks with some cocktail apps

Throwing your own party? Hosting an after party following your local PodCamp? There are a few cocktail mixing apps for the iPhone to make you the bartender of the night. People will be Twittering about your Mojito’s for days to come. Or, the next time the bartender doesn’t know your favorite drink, just bring it up and give them the recipe.

Cocktails (free) – Ehm, if you speak German, this app will be perfect for you! Otherwise, you’re probably going to have to pay at least .99 cents for a drink app.

iBartender (.99) – A decent bartending app, you can find all of the popular drinks and email them to others if that’s your agenda. Can’t decide what to make? Just shake the app and it will pick one for you.

PLBartender (.99) - If you’re cool with browsing for your drinks by name instead of by ingredient, this app will work. Like some of the other apps, you can edit recipes to your liking, but reviews at the iTunes app store recommend splurging on the Drinks app (below).

Drinks ($3.99) – This is a fantastic app to find drinks that you want to make. You can search by drink name or by the ingredients that you have (a big plus). You can even edit existing mixes to your liking and add your own. When you’re done, you can review the drink and write notes about it. Great ratings in the app store, which I wholeheartedly agree with.

Cocktails ($4.99) – An OK app that doesn’t require Internet access to use. No customization like the Drinks app and lacks more modern drinks (probably due to the fact that the user base can’t add recipes).


18 iPhone Drinking Apps to Get the Party Started

Blackberry, SideKick, Nokia users, put aside your differences: Let's grab a beer! It could go all night, and of course, you'll need to hang with me because I have the best drinking apps. Here are 18 iPhone drinking apps that will keep track of how much you're drinking, store drink recipes, help you figure out what to tip your bartender, and more. Which have you tried out? Tell us more in the comments!

BeerCounter – You know how you start off the night knowing exactly how many beers you might intend to consume, and by the end of the night you’ve actually consumed the equivalent of a personal keg? This app is a free and simple beer counter. Every time you consume another drink, add one to the roster. No cheating, this app might be better kept in the hands of your designated driver.

PigUpLines – Can’t find the right words for that special girl in the tube top standing by the bar? Using PigUpLines will surely bring her to her knees. What? I mean, just listen to this one: “Excuse me, do you have any raisins? How about a date?” and how about “The only thing your eyes haven’t told me is your name.” This app is $1.99, but as classy as tickling a pink pig for a pick up line is, this app should be free.

Drink Timer – Late night out on the town? Use this app when you start drinking so that the next morning you’ll know whether you’re still drunk or not. When the nice officer pulls you over the next morning, just wave your iPhone in his face and tell him, “but my iPhone says I’m sober!” This app is .99 but again, should probably be free.

Bar Hopper – If you like BeerCounter and Drink Timer, then you could invest $1.99 to get both of them in this one app. It’ll also estimate your blood-alcohol level and has a button to call a taxi. The interface is easy to use, since everything you want to do is on one screen.

R U Drunk – Can you pass these six sobriety tests? The six tests include standing on one leg, walking in a straight line, saying the alphabet backwards, a hand-eye coordination test, a “breathalizer” test, and a BAC calculator. The app is clearly labeled for entertainment purposes, but still, people are hating on it in the app store for controversial reasons. This was personally one of my favorites and I think it’s worth the 2.99.

DrinkBuddy - Another app that will keep track of your drinking. The benefit to this one is that you can also keep track of everyone else’s drinking, so if you’re feeling like reminiscing with your old frat buddies, here’s the app for you. Also, unlike the other apps, this one comes pre-loaded with drinks so that you can spend less time keeping track and more time drinking. Sessions are saved in case you want to “wow” that special someone with your tolerance for alcohol that always gets ‘em. Chug chug chug chug!

Beer Pad – For the beer aficionado, this app works as a beer journal to record your thoughts on the beers you drink. You can take notes, rate the beers you try, take a picture of the bottle for future reference and look up beers you’ve tried in the past. BeerPad will also remember everything you’ve said and use it as a reference guide for future. It’s $4.99 but if beer is your game, this is one cool app.

Wine Pad – Same app as above, except for those who prefer wine. This app is also $4.99, but there’s a free, (supposedly) buggy version called Pad Lite that worked fine for me. Wine Log is a similar application.

myColorWave - Spending time with other people who have had too much to drink? Wave this free app around to see how fast they fall on the floor. Shake it or wave it, and the screen changes colors. Tap it or swipe it, the screen keeps changing colors. Tap or wave it faster, or jump up and down, and it changes color even faster!

Wooo Button – You know how whenever you have a little too much to drink, everything is “woooooo” worthy? Well, with this app you can press a simple button and it will yell an emphatic “wooooooo” for you. Is it faster and more productive to just yell “woooo” on your own? Sure. But it’s free so what the heck.

TipStar - When the night is over don’t forget to tip your bartender! This is one of the few tipping apps that are still free on the app store, but it performs its basic function: Calculating your tip.

Mix your own drinks with some cocktail apps

Throwing your own party? Hosting an after party following your local PodCamp? There are a few cocktail mixing apps for the iPhone to make you the bartender of the night. People will be Twittering about your Mojito’s for days to come. Or, the next time the bartender doesn’t know your favorite drink, just bring it up and give them the recipe.

Cocktails (free) – Ehm, if you speak German, this app will be perfect for you! Otherwise, you’re probably going to have to pay at least .99 cents for a drink app.

iBartender (.99) – A decent bartending app, you can find all of the popular drinks and email them to others if that’s your agenda. Can’t decide what to make? Just shake the app and it will pick one for you.

PLBartender (.99) - If you’re cool with browsing for your drinks by name instead of by ingredient, this app will work. Like some of the other apps, you can edit recipes to your liking, but reviews at the iTunes app store recommend splurging on the Drinks app (below).

Drinks ($3.99) – This is a fantastic app to find drinks that you want to make. You can search by drink name or by the ingredients that you have (a big plus). You can even edit existing mixes to your liking and add your own. When you’re done, you can review the drink and write notes about it. Great ratings in the app store, which I wholeheartedly agree with.

Cocktails ($4.99) – An OK app that doesn’t require Internet access to use. No customization like the Drinks app and lacks more modern drinks (probably due to the fact that the user base can’t add recipes).


18 iPhone Drinking Apps to Get the Party Started

Blackberry, SideKick, Nokia users, put aside your differences: Let's grab a beer! It could go all night, and of course, you'll need to hang with me because I have the best drinking apps. Here are 18 iPhone drinking apps that will keep track of how much you're drinking, store drink recipes, help you figure out what to tip your bartender, and more. Which have you tried out? Tell us more in the comments!

BeerCounter – You know how you start off the night knowing exactly how many beers you might intend to consume, and by the end of the night you’ve actually consumed the equivalent of a personal keg? This app is a free and simple beer counter. Every time you consume another drink, add one to the roster. No cheating, this app might be better kept in the hands of your designated driver.

PigUpLines – Can’t find the right words for that special girl in the tube top standing by the bar? Using PigUpLines will surely bring her to her knees. What? I mean, just listen to this one: “Excuse me, do you have any raisins? How about a date?” and how about “The only thing your eyes haven’t told me is your name.” This app is $1.99, but as classy as tickling a pink pig for a pick up line is, this app should be free.

Drink Timer – Late night out on the town? Use this app when you start drinking so that the next morning you’ll know whether you’re still drunk or not. When the nice officer pulls you over the next morning, just wave your iPhone in his face and tell him, “but my iPhone says I’m sober!” This app is .99 but again, should probably be free.

Bar Hopper – If you like BeerCounter and Drink Timer, then you could invest $1.99 to get both of them in this one app. It’ll also estimate your blood-alcohol level and has a button to call a taxi. The interface is easy to use, since everything you want to do is on one screen.

R U Drunk – Can you pass these six sobriety tests? The six tests include standing on one leg, walking in a straight line, saying the alphabet backwards, a hand-eye coordination test, a “breathalizer” test, and a BAC calculator. The app is clearly labeled for entertainment purposes, but still, people are hating on it in the app store for controversial reasons. This was personally one of my favorites and I think it’s worth the 2.99.

DrinkBuddy - Another app that will keep track of your drinking. The benefit to this one is that you can also keep track of everyone else’s drinking, so if you’re feeling like reminiscing with your old frat buddies, here’s the app for you. Also, unlike the other apps, this one comes pre-loaded with drinks so that you can spend less time keeping track and more time drinking. Sessions are saved in case you want to “wow” that special someone with your tolerance for alcohol that always gets ‘em. Chug chug chug chug!

Beer Pad – For the beer aficionado, this app works as a beer journal to record your thoughts on the beers you drink. You can take notes, rate the beers you try, take a picture of the bottle for future reference and look up beers you’ve tried in the past. BeerPad will also remember everything you’ve said and use it as a reference guide for future. It’s $4.99 but if beer is your game, this is one cool app.

Wine Pad – Same app as above, except for those who prefer wine. This app is also $4.99, but there’s a free, (supposedly) buggy version called Pad Lite that worked fine for me. Wine Log is a similar application.

myColorWave - Spending time with other people who have had too much to drink? Wave this free app around to see how fast they fall on the floor. Shake it or wave it, and the screen changes colors. Tap it or swipe it, the screen keeps changing colors. Tap or wave it faster, or jump up and down, and it changes color even faster!

Wooo Button – You know how whenever you have a little too much to drink, everything is “woooooo” worthy? Well, with this app you can press a simple button and it will yell an emphatic “wooooooo” for you. Is it faster and more productive to just yell “woooo” on your own? Sure. But it’s free so what the heck.

TipStar - When the night is over don’t forget to tip your bartender! This is one of the few tipping apps that are still free on the app store, but it performs its basic function: Calculating your tip.

Mix your own drinks with some cocktail apps

Throwing your own party? Hosting an after party following your local PodCamp? There are a few cocktail mixing apps for the iPhone to make you the bartender of the night. People will be Twittering about your Mojito’s for days to come. Or, the next time the bartender doesn’t know your favorite drink, just bring it up and give them the recipe.

Cocktails (free) – Ehm, if you speak German, this app will be perfect for you! Otherwise, you’re probably going to have to pay at least .99 cents for a drink app.

iBartender (.99) – A decent bartending app, you can find all of the popular drinks and email them to others if that’s your agenda. Can’t decide what to make? Just shake the app and it will pick one for you.

PLBartender (.99) - If you’re cool with browsing for your drinks by name instead of by ingredient, this app will work. Like some of the other apps, you can edit recipes to your liking, but reviews at the iTunes app store recommend splurging on the Drinks app (below).

Drinks ($3.99) – This is a fantastic app to find drinks that you want to make. You can search by drink name or by the ingredients that you have (a big plus). You can even edit existing mixes to your liking and add your own. When you’re done, you can review the drink and write notes about it. Great ratings in the app store, which I wholeheartedly agree with.

Cocktails ($4.99) – An OK app that doesn’t require Internet access to use. No customization like the Drinks app and lacks more modern drinks (probably due to the fact that the user base can’t add recipes).


18 iPhone Drinking Apps to Get the Party Started

Blackberry, SideKick, Nokia users, put aside your differences: Let's grab a beer! It could go all night, and of course, you'll need to hang with me because I have the best drinking apps. Here are 18 iPhone drinking apps that will keep track of how much you're drinking, store drink recipes, help you figure out what to tip your bartender, and more. Which have you tried out? Tell us more in the comments!

BeerCounter – You know how you start off the night knowing exactly how many beers you might intend to consume, and by the end of the night you’ve actually consumed the equivalent of a personal keg? This app is a free and simple beer counter. Every time you consume another drink, add one to the roster. No cheating, this app might be better kept in the hands of your designated driver.

PigUpLines – Can’t find the right words for that special girl in the tube top standing by the bar? Using PigUpLines will surely bring her to her knees. What? I mean, just listen to this one: “Excuse me, do you have any raisins? How about a date?” and how about “The only thing your eyes haven’t told me is your name.” This app is $1.99, but as classy as tickling a pink pig for a pick up line is, this app should be free.

Drink Timer – Late night out on the town? Use this app when you start drinking so that the next morning you’ll know whether you’re still drunk or not. When the nice officer pulls you over the next morning, just wave your iPhone in his face and tell him, “but my iPhone says I’m sober!” This app is .99 but again, should probably be free.

Bar Hopper – If you like BeerCounter and Drink Timer, then you could invest $1.99 to get both of them in this one app. It’ll also estimate your blood-alcohol level and has a button to call a taxi. The interface is easy to use, since everything you want to do is on one screen.

R U Drunk – Can you pass these six sobriety tests? The six tests include standing on one leg, walking in a straight line, saying the alphabet backwards, a hand-eye coordination test, a “breathalizer” test, and a BAC calculator. The app is clearly labeled for entertainment purposes, but still, people are hating on it in the app store for controversial reasons. This was personally one of my favorites and I think it’s worth the 2.99.

DrinkBuddy - Another app that will keep track of your drinking. The benefit to this one is that you can also keep track of everyone else’s drinking, so if you’re feeling like reminiscing with your old frat buddies, here’s the app for you. Also, unlike the other apps, this one comes pre-loaded with drinks so that you can spend less time keeping track and more time drinking. Sessions are saved in case you want to “wow” that special someone with your tolerance for alcohol that always gets ‘em. Chug chug chug chug!

Beer Pad – For the beer aficionado, this app works as a beer journal to record your thoughts on the beers you drink. You can take notes, rate the beers you try, take a picture of the bottle for future reference and look up beers you’ve tried in the past. BeerPad will also remember everything you’ve said and use it as a reference guide for future. It’s $4.99 but if beer is your game, this is one cool app.

Wine Pad – Same app as above, except for those who prefer wine. This app is also $4.99, but there’s a free, (supposedly) buggy version called Pad Lite that worked fine for me. Wine Log is a similar application.

myColorWave - Spending time with other people who have had too much to drink? Wave this free app around to see how fast they fall on the floor. Shake it or wave it, and the screen changes colors. Tap it or swipe it, the screen keeps changing colors. Tap or wave it faster, or jump up and down, and it changes color even faster!

Wooo Button – You know how whenever you have a little too much to drink, everything is “woooooo” worthy? Well, with this app you can press a simple button and it will yell an emphatic “wooooooo” for you. Is it faster and more productive to just yell “woooo” on your own? Sure. But it’s free so what the heck.

TipStar - When the night is over don’t forget to tip your bartender! This is one of the few tipping apps that are still free on the app store, but it performs its basic function: Calculating your tip.

Mix your own drinks with some cocktail apps

Throwing your own party? Hosting an after party following your local PodCamp? There are a few cocktail mixing apps for the iPhone to make you the bartender of the night. People will be Twittering about your Mojito’s for days to come. Or, the next time the bartender doesn’t know your favorite drink, just bring it up and give them the recipe.

Cocktails (free) – Ehm, if you speak German, this app will be perfect for you! Otherwise, you’re probably going to have to pay at least .99 cents for a drink app.

iBartender (.99) – A decent bartending app, you can find all of the popular drinks and email them to others if that’s your agenda. Can’t decide what to make? Just shake the app and it will pick one for you.

PLBartender (.99) - If you’re cool with browsing for your drinks by name instead of by ingredient, this app will work. Like some of the other apps, you can edit recipes to your liking, but reviews at the iTunes app store recommend splurging on the Drinks app (below).

Drinks ($3.99) – This is a fantastic app to find drinks that you want to make. You can search by drink name or by the ingredients that you have (a big plus). You can even edit existing mixes to your liking and add your own. When you’re done, you can review the drink and write notes about it. Great ratings in the app store, which I wholeheartedly agree with.

Cocktails ($4.99) – An OK app that doesn’t require Internet access to use. No customization like the Drinks app and lacks more modern drinks (probably due to the fact that the user base can’t add recipes).


18 iPhone Drinking Apps to Get the Party Started

Blackberry, SideKick, Nokia users, put aside your differences: Let's grab a beer! It could go all night, and of course, you'll need to hang with me because I have the best drinking apps. Here are 18 iPhone drinking apps that will keep track of how much you're drinking, store drink recipes, help you figure out what to tip your bartender, and more. Which have you tried out? Tell us more in the comments!

BeerCounter – You know how you start off the night knowing exactly how many beers you might intend to consume, and by the end of the night you’ve actually consumed the equivalent of a personal keg? This app is a free and simple beer counter. Every time you consume another drink, add one to the roster. No cheating, this app might be better kept in the hands of your designated driver.

PigUpLines – Can’t find the right words for that special girl in the tube top standing by the bar? Using PigUpLines will surely bring her to her knees. What? I mean, just listen to this one: “Excuse me, do you have any raisins? How about a date?” and how about “The only thing your eyes haven’t told me is your name.” This app is $1.99, but as classy as tickling a pink pig for a pick up line is, this app should be free.

Drink Timer – Late night out on the town? Use this app when you start drinking so that the next morning you’ll know whether you’re still drunk or not. When the nice officer pulls you over the next morning, just wave your iPhone in his face and tell him, “but my iPhone says I’m sober!” This app is .99 but again, should probably be free.

Bar Hopper – If you like BeerCounter and Drink Timer, then you could invest $1.99 to get both of them in this one app. It’ll also estimate your blood-alcohol level and has a button to call a taxi. The interface is easy to use, since everything you want to do is on one screen.

R U Drunk – Can you pass these six sobriety tests? The six tests include standing on one leg, walking in a straight line, saying the alphabet backwards, a hand-eye coordination test, a “breathalizer” test, and a BAC calculator. The app is clearly labeled for entertainment purposes, but still, people are hating on it in the app store for controversial reasons. This was personally one of my favorites and I think it’s worth the 2.99.

DrinkBuddy - Another app that will keep track of your drinking. The benefit to this one is that you can also keep track of everyone else’s drinking, so if you’re feeling like reminiscing with your old frat buddies, here’s the app for you. Also, unlike the other apps, this one comes pre-loaded with drinks so that you can spend less time keeping track and more time drinking. Sessions are saved in case you want to “wow” that special someone with your tolerance for alcohol that always gets ‘em. Chug chug chug chug!

Beer Pad – For the beer aficionado, this app works as a beer journal to record your thoughts on the beers you drink. You can take notes, rate the beers you try, take a picture of the bottle for future reference and look up beers you’ve tried in the past. BeerPad will also remember everything you’ve said and use it as a reference guide for future. It’s $4.99 but if beer is your game, this is one cool app.

Wine Pad – Same app as above, except for those who prefer wine. This app is also $4.99, but there’s a free, (supposedly) buggy version called Pad Lite that worked fine for me. Wine Log is a similar application.

myColorWave - Spending time with other people who have had too much to drink? Wave this free app around to see how fast they fall on the floor. Shake it or wave it, and the screen changes colors. Tap it or swipe it, the screen keeps changing colors. Tap or wave it faster, or jump up and down, and it changes color even faster!

Wooo Button – You know how whenever you have a little too much to drink, everything is “woooooo” worthy? Well, with this app you can press a simple button and it will yell an emphatic “wooooooo” for you. Is it faster and more productive to just yell “woooo” on your own? Sure. But it’s free so what the heck.

TipStar - When the night is over don’t forget to tip your bartender! This is one of the few tipping apps that are still free on the app store, but it performs its basic function: Calculating your tip.

Mix your own drinks with some cocktail apps

Throwing your own party? Hosting an after party following your local PodCamp? There are a few cocktail mixing apps for the iPhone to make you the bartender of the night. People will be Twittering about your Mojito’s for days to come. Or, the next time the bartender doesn’t know your favorite drink, just bring it up and give them the recipe.

Cocktails (free) – Ehm, if you speak German, this app will be perfect for you! Otherwise, you’re probably going to have to pay at least .99 cents for a drink app.

iBartender (.99) – A decent bartending app, you can find all of the popular drinks and email them to others if that’s your agenda. Can’t decide what to make? Just shake the app and it will pick one for you.

PLBartender (.99) - If you’re cool with browsing for your drinks by name instead of by ingredient, this app will work. Like some of the other apps, you can edit recipes to your liking, but reviews at the iTunes app store recommend splurging on the Drinks app (below).

Drinks ($3.99) – This is a fantastic app to find drinks that you want to make. You can search by drink name or by the ingredients that you have (a big plus). You can even edit existing mixes to your liking and add your own. When you’re done, you can review the drink and write notes about it. Great ratings in the app store, which I wholeheartedly agree with.

Cocktails ($4.99) – An OK app that doesn’t require Internet access to use. No customization like the Drinks app and lacks more modern drinks (probably due to the fact that the user base can’t add recipes).