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Mix more than music with iBar and iPod

iBar is new software that turns your iPod into “the ultimate bartending tool.” It includes 450 drink recipes organized by category, beverage and bar tips and tricks, drink histories and toasts. “Bring your iPod anywhere you will be mixing a drink and impress with your bartending savvy! From mastering essential mixing techniques, to stocking your own bar, to learning the history of alcohols, to mixing over a thousand classic and contemporary drinks. iBar will surely make you the talk of the party or give you the knowledge to mix drinks professionally.” iBar sells for $29.95.

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Comments

1

$30 bucks for this!??!  What a joke - at that price it should come with free booze!

Posted by jcs in USA on May 27, 2005 at 10:28 AM (CDT)

2

hmmm….well if i’m going someplace where i’ll be drinking, chances are i’m not bringing my ipod. if i were, i’m not going to make a drink i dont know how to make! if i’m at my place and someone requests a drink that i don’t know how to make, i have a bartender’s book that cost like $10.
i just don’t get the point of ibar?

Posted by mdwsta4 on May 27, 2005 at 2:40 PM (CDT)

3

i’m a bartender
neat idea but not very useful
if i don’t know how to make something i just ask the customer if they want the ‘blue or the red one’ if i pick red its grenadine, rum, lots of fruit juice, if they pick blue it’s the same with blue caureco. they never know the distance and won’t challenge you if you look like you know what you are doing

Posted by digitalslacker in Arnold, MD on May 28, 2005 at 11:59 AM (CDT)

4

I’ve installed iBar demo and was pretty disappointed. First of all, it installs and erases all your notes (which doesn’t really matter, but is just really annoying) and then it puts useless audio files in your library! I recommend by far iPod bartender which interface is way better, simple to install (copy paste), even though it lacks a few drinks (maybe there’ll be more with a next update).

Posted by _gn6 on May 29, 2005 at 11:46 PM (CDT)

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