Just a few quick notes:
1) Happy Father’ Day! 🙂
2) I got the Eclipse board game for Father’s Day, so I’ll have a review of that shortly.
3) Here is a good read for father’s day: http://thejamesons.com/cms/?p=57 I would just do a repost, but I’m having issues getting that to work with all the hits that link is getting.
Oops, never mind. False Positive…
I like Wine! So I need a good app to track my wine, let’s chat about what I have been using:
I’ve been using this for years. It was renamed not that long ago for the next app I’m going to blog about shortly. It allows you to search their database (or enter your own wine if you can’t find it) and very nicely write down everything about it: A public and private description, year, style, rating and do you want\own\drink it yet, etc.
It’s search function was slow, but I’ve used this for a while and it has worked well for me.
Now it has been replaced and I don’t like it.
So the last app was called Drync but it was renamed and the name given to this app.
It’s a nicer interface to be sure, but the focus of the app seems to be selling you wine instead of tracking it. There are some tracking features to be sure, but the nice thing about the last app is that I could track what was currently in my wine cellar so I knew what I might need if I’m out at the store. Heh, maybe that’s why they took it away.
Anyway, it’s free to me since I brought the first app and I downloaded and quickly removed it. Yes it does import my wine reviews, but a lot of the tracking features I cared about are gone.
Here’s a hint to Drync LLC, if you take away features from your app, you are going to tick someone off. It’s just a few little things that would have been easy for you to add. Should have been easy.
So I guess this is more of me b*tching. Sorry about that. Guess I’ll look for another app.