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Drink Timer

Drink Timer
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Keep track of when you’ll have zero alcohol in your system after a night out!

This application is not meant to help you work out how many beers you can have before you drive home! Alcohol takes a surprisingly long time to leave the body and this application is to help you judge what you can drink of an evening in order to be free of alcohol the following morning.

Remember, other than a government approved breathaliser, there’s no way to be 100% accurate about your blood alcohol level, so if you’re in any doubt, get the bus. If you forget to enter a drink and the cops pull you over, they won’t take kindly to you waving your iPhone about saying “But this told me I was sober!”

** Responses to Reviewers:

USA: 5016556000, Cmillen, NoRegrest 187, ^^^concerned^^^

I suggest you read the app description. This app is not to 'help a teenager calculate his drinking capacity' and you'd be surprised how long it takes to get alcohol out of your system. In this country (UK) many people are caught over the drink drive limit the morning after a night out. This app is to help avoid that. The calculations are not based on my experience, as I don't own a breathaliser. They're based on the widely available statistics that it takes a male one hour to process one unit of alcohol, and it takes a female 1 and a half hours to do the same. The effect of alcohol varies from person to person, but the amount in your blood doesn't. So, basing your decision of wether or not to drive on 'how you feel' is entirely reckless. A regular drinker may feel absolutely fine on 2 pints of strong beer, but will be over the limit.

What's New in Version 1.0.3

Bug fixes


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