iDrink or something similar

KabaModern

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Hi guys,

Does anyone have the iDrink application? If so, is it worth it? Does it have updated recipes? I have no problem paying for it but want to know if it's worth it?

If not, any other recommendations? Thanks!
 

miggs1310

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you can google any drink recipe for free with your iPhone
 

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Ohh...shot to the heart...

"Well I'm really looking for an application that I can use on the iPhone rather than googling a recipe."

That would have been a much better response. Anyway, my friend has Idrink and he says he likes it....says they have all the popular drinks of today and yesterday.
 

KabaModern

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I'm sorry, but Googling is really not what I was looking for. I was looking for people who used iDrink and asked if it was worth it or not. If it wasn't worth it, then I asked for recommendations (i.e., other applications better than iDrink).

He offered no solution or suggestion to any of my posted questions, thereforee, I think I gave him an appropriate response. I'm not trying to be mean, but if you can't answer my question - don't post anything! :)
 

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so u call the poor guy an idiot?
what if he thought he was answering your question?

an appropriate response would have been
"no thanks I already tried that "
or something else...
 
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If he hasn't learned manners by now he never will.. Some people are just brought up differently.
 

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Ohh...shot to the heart...

"Well I'm really looking for an application that I can use on the iPhone rather than googling a recipe."

That would have been a much better response. Anyway, my friend has Idrink and he says he likes it....says they have all the popular drinks of today and yesterday.
I've been using iBartender and I like it.
 

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I'm sorry, but Googling is really not what I was looking for. I was looking for people who used iDrink and asked if it was worth it or not. If it wasn't worth it, then I asked for recommendations (i.e., other applications better than iDrink).

He offered no solution or suggestion to any of my posted questions, thereforee, I think I gave him an appropriate response. I'm not trying to be mean, but if you can't answer my question - don't post anything! :)

My bad, I just thought it would be easier (and free) to use google to find drink recipes than to have to search (and possibly pay) for an app that might not meet your needs exactly. I will keep those ideas to myself from now on....
 

KabaModern

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My bad, I just thought it would be easier (and free) to use google to find drink recipes than to have to search (and possibly pay) for an app that might not meet your needs exactly. I will keep those ideas to myself from now on....
I wasn't mad at you or intentionally trying to be mean. And it seems this board has taken it that way, and thereforee, I apologize. I was just posting this in the App Store forum, obviously looking for an application. I thought it would be interesting to find an application that would highlight popular drinks and let you just browse through drinks and see what is in them. Naturally, Google is great if I know a drink and need the recipe, but that's not what I was looking for.

Again, I'm sorry if I offended you, I wasn't trying to be mean, it's just the first response I received was totally off-base. My apologies.

Take care,
 

miggs1310

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no worries, i misunderstood what you were looking for. unfortunately now that i do understand i can't really offer any info to help you, i haven't tried any drink apps...
 

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...and you are a professional?

so u call the poor guy an idiot?
what if he thought he was answering your question?

an appropriate response would have been
"no thanks I already tried that "
or something else...
...and now I no longer wonder about why AT&T employees are so rude and unknowledgeable. If a national sales person calls people an idiot in a public forum, then that explains where the clerks at local stores are coming from. This person should be setting a good example.

Whether he apologizes later (which he did) or not, presenting a professional image in a customer-facing forum should have been priority #1.

Personally, I prefer looking up a drink recipe online. Not only is it convenient, it also gives more than one result, which I can then pick and choose to my liking.
 

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i bought the iDrink app it works as described with plenty of recipes im sure it will have the one your looking for it also gives you the ability to search with ingredients i think thats what your looking for... it has a very large database of drinks more then 4500...some of the names are different then what im used to but the recipes are pretty spot on...my only gripe with the app is that it doesn't have any shot recipes
 

miggs1310

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touche...but i was thinking more along the lines of car bombs, red headed sl*ts, jager bombs, etc.
car bomb = guiness, jamison, baileys

red headed sl*t = peach schnapps, jager, cranberry

jager bomb = jager, red bull (also good with monster)