AlcoDroid Alcohol Tracker

AlcoDroid Alcohol Tracker


AlcoDroid is an alcohol consumption tracker, drinks diary and blood alcohol content calculator. AlcoDroid helps you get a better handle of what you drink and change your drinking habits. Optionally it also tracks costs of your drinks.

AlcoDroid also provides an estimate of your blood alcohol content (BAC) based on the drinks you've logged, plots your BAC development in a chart and indicates when you get below the legal limit or back to sobriety.

Widgets are available to display your current BAC on the home screen.

AlcoDroid also allows you to:
- show, edit and export your drink logbook
- chart your drinking habits daily, weekly or monthly
- display and export daily, weekly and monthly alcohol consumption statistics
- set your drinking goal (e.g. 21 standard drinks per week, SD/w) and see how your drinking matches the goal
- setup your own list of "drink presets" to log your drinks fast
- pin the most frequently used drinks to the main screen to log your drinks by two clicks
- share your status and BAC chart on Facebook, by e-mail etc

Supports US, imperial and metric units. Alcohol intake can be displayed in standard drinks (US, UK, CA, AU), grams or milliliters per week or day.

For feedback and support, visit AlcoDroid on Facebook.

Recent changes:
- bugfix in statistics export
- bugfix - on some devices, the disclaimer was shown on every launch
- option to add a note for each day
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Free
85
4.3
User ratings
4057
Installs
500,000+
Concerns
0
File size
1922 kb
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About AlcoDroid Alcohol Tracker
AlcoDroid is an alcohol consumption tracker, drinks diary and blood alcohol content calculator. AlcoDroid helps you get a better handle of what you drink and change your drinking habits. Optionally it also tracks costs of your drinks.

AlcoDroid also provides an estimate of your blood alcohol content (BAC) based on the drinks you've logged, plots your BAC development in a chart and indicates when you get below the legal limit or back to sobriety.

Widgets are available to display your current BAC on the home screen.

AlcoDroid also allows you to:
- show, edit and export your drink logbook
- chart your drinking habits daily, weekly or monthly
- display and export daily, weekly and monthly alcohol consumption statistics
- set your drinking goal (e.g. 21 standard drinks per week, SD/w) and see how your drinking matches the goal
- setup your own list of "drink presets" to log your drinks fast
- pin the most frequently used drinks to the main screen to log your drinks by two clicks
- share your status and BAC chart on Facebook, by e-mail etc

Supports US, imperial and metric units. Alcohol intake can be displayed in standard drinks (US, UK, CA, AU), grams or milliliters per week or day.

For feedback and support, visit AlcoDroid on Facebook.

Recent changes:
- bugfix in statistics export
- bugfix - on some devices, the disclaimer was shown on every launch
- option to add a note for each day

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Friday 12:52 PM
Great for my interlock Make your app better with breathlizer and customize your Drinks
A Google User
5 days ago
Impairment: Reasoning Why does this app allow in-app purchase when it knows you have impaired reasoning? Is this ethical?
A Google User
Aug 13, 2015
So far... It seems pretty accurate. I have a friend in law inforcement and plan on trying to get ahold of a breathalyzer to test it, but at this point, I'm loving it
A Google User
Aug 4, 2015
Rubbish and inaccurate A pint and a half of lager on the Drink Aware website came up as 3.8 units. On this it said I've had nearly 15 units!! 14.91 units for a pint of Stella yesterday and a half a Fosters this evening. Not even any vodka added... and I added it correctly. It even gave me more or less the correct amount for each drink, but then added 2 and 1 and came up with 15.
A Google User
Aug 3, 2015
Lame I entered in one can of 8% malt liquor and two shooters and it said my BAC was 0.12 and that I would be sober in 8 hours. Funny.