Archive for the ‘Beer Apps’ Category
Over the past several months we have been looking for a solution to bringing our beer lists to mobile devices other than iOS. Today, we’re proud to release that solution; we’ve taken the iOS apps and recreated them as web apps. Beers and Ears Walt Disney World Beer List Web App Beers and Ears Epcot International Food and Wine Festival Web App Bookmark the links above in your favorite mobile browser. Loading these links will load an interface very similar to the [ Read More ]
Just a quick note to let everyone know the Epcot International Food and Wine Festival Beer List iOS App has been updated to version 1.1.1! The Locations button from the Walt Disney World Beer List app has been added to make it simpler to go directly to a booth’s beer list.
We’ve been holding onto this one for a little while now; with the information for the 2012 Epcot International Food and Wine Festival finally out, we’re ready to release our second iPhone app! If you’ve used our Walt Disney World Beer List iPhone app, the Beers and Ears Epcot International Food and Wine Festival Beer List iPhone app should be very familiar to you. With a distinctive gold icon, this app is your guide to beer at the Food and [ Read More ]
We’re still updating our Walt Disney World Beer List iOS App! This update puts the beer reviews we’ve done right in the beer’s details. Instead of searching through the blog section, just pull up a beer and all the reviews for that beer are right there. You can of course still look through all our articles in the blog tab. An iOS app surprise will be coming in the not too distant future, so keep an eye out (sorry Android [ Read More ]
We’ve been listening to your requests, and version 1.3 of the Walt Disney World Beer List app contains one of the most popular ones. Since day one app users have been requesting a checklist feature, and it’s something we’ve been working on for a while. Each beer on the WDW Beers tab of the app now has a little circle next to it. Simply touch the circle to check off a beer; the circle fills in with a green checkmark [ Read More ]
We’re cranking out another update to our Walt Disney World Beer List iPhone app! What’s new this time? A new button on the WDW Beer List tab takes you to the new feature. The Locations button at the top left flips the WDW Beer List over to show you the locations list! Here you can find every location on the map grouped by the area it’s found in. Looking for all the Animal Kingdom Lodge locations? Just scroll down to the [ Read More ]
Just a short note to let everyone know that our Walt Disney World Beer List iPhone app has been updated to version 1.1! It’s a small but useful update; location notations on the Beer List and Map tabs now show more location information. The images above show the changes. No more guessing where a location is on property; the app now tells you! Download or update the Walt Disney World Beer List app here!
In a secret lab at an undisclosed location (not really, but it sounds cool), we’ve been hard at work. Now we’re ready to reveal a secret that’s been kept better than the iPhone 4 (despite our love for beer, this secret wasn’t left in a bar) . We’ve created an iPhone app that puts our Walt Disney World Beer List in a more convenient package for traveling (or just for poring over on your iPhone). Presenting the Beers and Ears [ Read More ]
Hai. I like social media. And check in apps. Foursquare especially. Oh LOOK everyone HERE I AM! I digress. So when beer check in apps started appearing and I was contacted by a dev to review one, I died of happiness and went to a heaven filled with Lagunitas Pils. Brewski Me is free in the iOS app store and pretty much the most bomb thing ever. Let’s go through it. You log into Brewski and register an ID. I’m [ Read More ]
Recently Abita Brewing released an iPhone app; being a big fan of Abita beer I downloaded it immediately. It does a few things, but most importantly it has a beer locator to let the user know where Abita beer can be found. Let’s look at the About screen first because it gives some information regarding the beer locator. As shown above, orange pins on the map represent locations verified by Abita, while purple pins represent locations added by users. The [ Read More ]