"...On the few occasions when I talked about this Bluetooth breathalyzer, people immediately thought of this as a drinking game accessory," she writes. "No, the purpose of BACtrack isn't to see who can blow the highest number but, instead, to use as a precautionary measure, especially if you're thinking about getting behind the wheel after a few drinks (even simpler: don't)."
USA Today also mentioned BACtrack Mobile's unique ZeroLine technology, the accuracy of its pro-grade fuel cell sensor, and the usefulness of how it can explain what a user's BAC really means.
"The BACtrack app displays your blood alcohol content, context for what the reading means (sober, intoxicated or somewhere in between) and your ZeroLine, an estimate of how long it'll take before your BAC returns to 0. The app, which tracks these numbers over time, also lets you add pictures, locations, drinks and other notes to provide more insight into your drinking habits."
Read the full article: www.usatoday.com/story/tech/columnist/2013/05/19/ breathalyzer-iphone-geiger-counter-iphone/2158273/