iBeer exists, but where’s iWine?

This is my first ever posting from the Apple Store. Sadly, I’ve just stopped by the Genius Bar and the diagnosis for my hard drive was fatal. Sad news to be sure, but it’s still under warranty. Let’s have three cheers for Time Machine backups!

Speaking of cheers and Apple, have you seen the iBeer application in the new App Store? If not, check out the video above for a demo of the #11 most downloaded app to the iPhone.

I’m still waiting for the wine equivalent! (Let’s just hope it’s not corked.)

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3 Responses to “iBeer exists, but where’s iWine?”

  1. Didn’t know you’d made the switch! SuperDuper is a great compliment to Time Machine as well. You can just plug in your external drive and resume normal activities when your next drive takes the inevitable dirt nap.

    iBeer is good, but it didn’t last long on my phone. You can only pour so many virtual beers until you just look like a complete douche. I think I may have crossed that line…

  2. It’s coming ….. from the fine folks at AgeaSoft –


    You’ll love it!

  3. There are a couple of applications named iWine, nothing major really.. But I have found one which is quite interesting. The name is GoowicLite and it’s an application which allows you to find a restaurant by all it’s carachteristics. Which means that you can find the place where you want to drink your favorite wine for example. Or any way it information of almost 42.000 different types of wine. you can either serarch it on the application or on it’s web site. http://www.goowic.com. The company which developed it is Italian, and for the moment the application it’s mainly related to the Italian territory. But I’ve heard that from next year it will be with worldwide infos.


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