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Android Police Publishes Full BACtrack Mobile Review

Android Police revisited BACtrack Mobile recently, as promised the first time our breathalyzer appeared on their podcast, this time giving it a full review.

"You know what can be fun if done in moderation? Alcohol is probably high on the list for most people. While drinking, it's also fun to be able to quantify how intoxicated you actually are."

The review goes through the BACtrack Breathalyzer hardware and software (the BACtrack app for Android, of course), giving a brief, yet helpful tutorial on use of the device while sizing up the utility of the features and functions.

"[BACtrack Mobile] not only gives your current blood-alcohol reading and brief description of what you're likely feeling, but also gives an estimate of when you'll likely be sober, a way to define whose reading it is, and the time/place the reading was taken. There are also options to add pictures to your reading, document what you were drinking, and add notes. See, now there's an easy way to remember what happened while you were intoxicated."

They also feature some neat screenshots from their testing period:

"Whether you're a casual drinker or connoisseur of all things adult-beverage, the BACtrack is actually a really useful tool for a night out. It worked extremely well throughout my testing, and is simple and intuitive enough that it's still usable even if you can't stand up on your own."


Read the full review: