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darrenjrobinson

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Just noticed that Beer Alchemy now has iPod Sync of receipes in the latest version.

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As well as allowing brewers to take their recipes with them on their iPods,

the new release of BeerAlchemy also offers ingredient inventory management
and a revamped way of handling batches.

This would be great to have in the next release of Promash.

Beers,
DR

barrycycles

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Hmmm, Just checked it out. seems like the app also imports .rec. That mean the SDK is available now?

Jeff?

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gaviga

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I am a new member of the forum, long-time ProMash user/subscriber. I would like to be able to buy an iPod/iPhone version of ProMash. I have an iPod Touch that would be very handy on brew days if it also had ProMash on it.

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Ditto on the Ipod Touch App.
I would REALLY love to have ProMash on my IPod! 

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mkobulni

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I would welcome that addition! I can enter my info right away. I can covert brix to SG.
cohibamatt

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I also would like to have an IPhone Version. Having all of the data at my fingertips on brew day would be very useful. Also, I would like  that could create new recipe's as I think of them and add it to my Pro mash software on my computer.

mrnicktennis

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A Ipod or Iphone app would be great. The only one I see is only compatible on Mac's, "Beer Alchemy". ProMash is still a great program without any upgrades.
Snafu

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Lets not forget our Droid users also!
keithds

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I'm a Mac user currently running Beer Alchemy on my Mac and iPhone. Works well and is really nice to have a full featured brewing app to go. I often use them side by side because of the windoze-like parent/child windows they use (can't look at a recipe and my inventory or ingredients list at the same time.

Promash needs to get moving... Mac, Linux, SmartPhone

btw, BeerSmith is working on a Mac port due out this fall.

Cheers, Keith
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