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Just noticed that Beer Alchemy now has iPod Sync of receipes in the latest version.
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.
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Hmmm, Just checked it out. seems like the app also imports .rec. That mean the SDK is available now?
Jeff? __________________ Barry
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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!
Poison Frog Home Brewer
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I would welcome that addition! I can enter my info right away. I can covert brix to SG.
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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.
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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.
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Lets not forget our Droid users also!
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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.