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What are some worthwhile wine related i-Pad apps? Food apps too.
 
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Agree! If you use CellarTracker, CellarVu is a must have! -mJ


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Just downloaded CellarVU...Wow! Awesome! Thanks for the tip.


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Just downloaded CellarVU...Wow! Awesome! Thanks for the tip.


Agreed! I love being able to peruse all of the wines in my cellar from the iPad.
 
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Just downloaded CellarVU...Wow! Awesome! Thanks for the tip.



Agreed.....really cool app, love it! Better than going to cellar tracker through a browser.
 
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Just downloaded CellarVU...Wow! Awesome! Thanks for the tip.


+1 this app is awesome
 
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First of all Hello to Everyone this is my first post here, so I look forward to becoming a active member.

Now to the question I downloaded the CellarVU app and much perfer "Cor.kz" Its much simpler, it may to be as flashy and have as many graphics, but for basic inventory management I think it does the job better.

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A friend of mine recently mentioned that a diner guest at his house "scanned" the back label of a wine bottle with his iphone and the iphone app then provided a list of nearby stores where the wine was available. It seems this was not strictly a wine app. Of course he does not remember the name of the app.

Has anybody heard or used this app? I was thinking it might be winesearcher but they have no app.

Thanks.


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No i-devices here, I'm all Android. I can tell you that using a bar code scanner on any product will bring up product info and link you to a search for the product. Not sure what i-apps there are for scanning, but in Android there are many that will perform this function for you. I'm sure the i-devices have caught up with this functionality by now.


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No i-devices here, I'm all Android. I can tell you that using a bar code scanner on any product will bring up product info and link you to a search for the product. Not sure what i-apps there are for scanning, but in Android there are many that will perform this function for you. I'm sure the i-devices have caught up with this functionality by now.

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On Android devices, Google "Goggles" does that job, ... sometimes


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A friend of mine recently mentioned that a diner guest at his house "scanned" the back label of a wine bottle with his iphone and the iphone app then provided a list of nearby stores where the wine was available. It seems this was not strictly a wine app. Of course he does not remember the name of the app.

Has anybody heard or used this app? I was thinking it might be winesearcher but they have no app.

Thanks.

Vivino perhaps?


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Originally posted by Merengue:
A friend of mine recently mentioned that a diner guest at his house "scanned" the back label of a wine bottle with his iphone and the iphone app then provided a list of nearby stores where the wine was available. It seems this was not strictly a wine app. Of course he does not remember the name of the app.

Has anybody heard or used this app? I was thinking it might be winesearcher but they have no app.

Thanks.

Vivino perhaps?


Red Laser also does that


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Originally posted by Merengue:
A friend of mine recently mentioned that a diner guest at his house "scanned" the back label of a wine bottle with his iphone and the iphone app then provided a list of nearby stores where the wine was available. It seems this was not strictly a wine app. Of course he does not remember the name of the app.

Has anybody heard or used this app? I was thinking it might be winesearcher but they have no app.

Thanks.

Vivino perhaps?


Red Laser also does that


BINGO !!!! This is it. Thanks a lot.


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You can scan with an Amazon app too (not that I recommend buying any vino from them).
 
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Originally posted by Merengue:
A friend of mine recently mentioned that a diner guest at his house "scanned" the back label of a wine bottle with his iphone and the iphone app then provided a list of nearby stores where the wine was available. It seems this was not strictly a wine app. Of course he does not remember the name of the app.

Has anybody heard or used this app? I was thinking it might be winesearcher but they have no app.

Thanks.

Vivino perhaps?


Friend just showed me Vivino. Its basically a much improved version of Delectable since it has community summary information, availability & pricing info. Seems to lack the cellar management features of Cellar Tracker though.


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