Alc Calc pro (BAC Calculator)

Alc Calc pro (BAC Calculator)
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Works with

  • Windows Phone 8.1
  • Windows Phone 8
  • Windows Phone 7.5
  • Windows Phone 7

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  • data services
  • web browser component
  • HD720P (720x1280)
  • WVGA (480x800)
  • WXGA (768x1280)
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AzureZeta's Alc Calc pro - more than a simple blood alcohol calculator:
+Real time calculation of your blood alcohol level
+Watch your blood alcohol level live
+Top drinks: quickly find your personal favorite drinks
+HD pictures of your drinks
+Facebook integration: inform your friends instantly regarding your consumed drinks and calculated sober time
+Add your own drinks to the drink catalog. Use your camera to enhance them with your own drink pictures
+History: check the app's history for your previous drinking patterns
+Recipes for selected drinks are provided
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  • by Gougeman 4/6/2011
    Good, but seems half done. Needs to have am option for using ounces, should show trends as a graph of past and expected levels, and should allow pinning favorite drinks to the front page. Dashboard confusingly presented as permille rather than percent, which may work in Europe but is foreign to US users.
  • by blendable 3/29/2011
    This app is pretty cool but I feel like it's missing a few key things. I wish it had a timer that would calculate how much time until I'm below the legal limit (.08% BAC) and how much time until I'm sober (0%). Being able to choose your local BAC limit would be great. I also wish you could choose ounces instead of ml or cl. I love the look and feel of the app and would give it a 5 but I feel like the things I suggested should've been in the original version. For $1 it's an easy and elegeant app to use.
  • by RGBell 3/22/2011
    It appears that the calculated concentration is off by a factor of ten. One drink should get you to around .02 g/100 mL or less, depending upon your size. This apps says you will be at 0.17. Are you using some other concentration units?