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Marketplace Pick: Alcograph 2.0

By Daniel Webster January 26, 2010, 8:53 pm

Alcograph 2.0 is an application that can predict how much alcohol is in the bloodstream by calculating the user's weight, gender, alcohol consumption and time. The program displays on a graph the maximum alcohol concentration in the blood and when the consumer will be under the legal limit. Want to keep track over a month of drinking? Alcograph 2.0 will save the total alcohol and kilocalories over a month. The program costs $1.99 USD on Windows Mobile Marketplace, but there is no trial available.

These are just preliminary estimates and should not be relied upon to judge when it should be appropriate to operate heavy machinery or a motor vehicle. Always drink responsibly and use good judgement.

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