iPhone and iPad apps tagged "beer."
Old School Launches on iTunes
Today, Big Blue Bubble announced that Old School Defense 1.0, a tower defense game based on the Paramount movie, Old School, is now available on the iTunes App Store.
Old School Defense is a humorous, pick-up-and-play tower defense game that offers simple to complex gameplay for all ages.
Use Pint Club to Share Your Favorite Beer on Three Social Media Sites From One App
Casual collectors of tasty brews, party animals on a pub crawl, microbrewery connoisseurs, and all others else who enjoy a glass or a pint every now and then, can now take their passion for beer to new heights by downloading the fun and free new app Pint Club.
Trivia Master: Flags released for iPhone and iPad
The Lucky Chicken today is pleased to announce the release of Trivia Master: Flags, an iOS trivia and reference application for countries and their flags. Trivia Master: Flags allows the user to be a Trivia Master, by utilising a database of high resolution country flags and country information.
MiBeerAge Cracks the Code to Reveal the True Date on Beer Bottles
MiBeerAge Shows the True Age of this Corona Extra
"Millions of people buy beer every day, but most consumers don't realize that there is a date code, and in almost all instances the date codes are undecipherable," stated company President Roderick Fitzgerald.
CRIRS REI, LLC announces MiBeerAge 1.
Flying Hamster is a Frenzied Cartoon Shoot 'Em Up
In Flying Hamster, bees, berries and beer become weapons
Flying Hamster manages to have it both ways: it’s a handheld game that’s light and silly, but it’s also a fast-paced action game that’s challenging and tough to put down.
Flying Hamster can be classified as a “horizontal shooter.
Beer 99 Bottles - Take your iPhone Down, Pass it Around...
Though a bit awkward sounding in name, Beer 99 Bottles is an entertainment app even Sheldon Cooper would love.
Drink Safely With DrinkTracker Breathalyzer
DrinkTracker Breathalyzer - This might sound like a lecture, but for goodness sake, don’t drink and drive. But it’s not that easy, is it? If alcohol affects your judgment, how do you safely know if you are OK to drive when you have been drinking? DrinkTracker Breathalyzer is here to help.
Greystripe Reports App Store Customers Use Free Apps for Only 9.6 Minutes
Greystripe, a mobile apps ad network platform, has published a new consumer insight report that suggests App Store shoppers are easily bored, button pushers. What Greystripe’s new report indicates is that App Store shoppers use free apps for only 9.6 minutes at a time.
Virtues: Livin' La Benjamin Franklin
“An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest.”
— Benjamin Franklin
Virtues-Benjamin Franklin has graced us with a lifetime of profound quotes and untold numbers of inventions.
Dummy Up Your Photos With Say What!?!
With a developer named Marmot Kilt, it has to be good. Say What!?! is a unique photo manipulation app that allows iPhone and iPod touch users to make a photo "talk," like a ventriloquist's dummy.
St. Patrick's Phrasebook Festive Looking but Not that Helpful
Not so much a book as maybe a pamphlet, St. Patrick’s Phrasebook by Subsonic iPhone Apps provides iPhone/iTouch users with audio pronunciations of “essential Irish Gaelic phrases” that may come in handy this St. Patty’s Day.
Beer Brands has a Vast Selection, but Fizzles Out
Beer Brands iPhone App by Webworks and Applications is loaded with information of more than 7,800 brands of beer. I suppose the app is designed to give you on the spot information for a beer, as you stand in the cooler isle of your local store amazed by the vast selection of brew.
Interview with Guy Moss at Cave Bear
AppCraver recently heard from Guy Moss of Cave Bear the developers of the Jumble! family of word-search apps. He answered our questions about developing apps for the iPhone and iPod touch.
1. When did you start developing apps for the iPhone?
Guy: We started developing around the end of August.
Apple Announces the Year's Top 10 Applications in the App Store
With less than a month to go before 2008 wrings out (pun intended since we're officially in a recession) Apple has just announced its Top 10 iPhone App downloads for the year.
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