Get through the holidays without a DUI with SoberApp
With the holidays upon us, yuletide spirits are quite often lifted . . . with spirits. If you're wondering if you're okay to drive and comparing yourself to other friends who may be in much higher spirits than you, SoberApp may be able to help.
SoberApp needs a little information from you, such as your age and weight, and what you've imbibed, which you can select via text or voice input from a database of over 3,100 drinks. It will then give you your estimated BAC, local statutes for driving and BAC, when you theoretically should be sober, and should you require it local taxi numbers or walking directions to the next bar.
SoberApp is similar to AlcoDroid, which we talked about a few months ago, but it also features a reaction test game so that you can compare your reaction times before and after drinking.
While no application can 100% accurately predict the alcohol percentage you would blow into a breathalyzer, it can give you at least an idea of where you're at and how much at risk you are of losing your license, or potentially harming people.
SoberApp is free, contains no advertising, and works in US and metric units.
Links: Market (EVO) | Market (web)