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Released: 27/09/2012
Cost: Free
Creator: Bamboo Group Available for: iPad, iPhone Last reviewed: 31/08/2018

Review: This app tries to be sneaky, but doesn't do a very good job.  It's a free app,  marketed as a drink tracker. The first thing you notice on opening the app is that it is restricted to 17 and up. There is a stats page users can read that indicates risky drinking levels averaged out over the day or a week, but this is as far as the health and fitness agenda goes.  Drink tracking takes on a completely different meaningonce you realise the app is heavily marketed young men to encourage competitive and binge drinking. Users are cheerfully told to “Prove to your friends you can drink more!"  The interface is cartoonish and appealing, and includes a ‘drunk sharing’ option, to proudly proclaim one’s drinking ‘successes’. Nice try, fellas, but we’re not playing. Available on iTunes.

Tags: Alcohol, Binge drinking, Screening, Self-help