2010
06.27

Beer Counter

Beer Counter

This is basically a simple counter. It’s promoted as a way of keeping track of how much you are drinking and calculating your share of a group’s bar tab. It’s super easy to use, probably a good thing when you’ve had a few. Just start the app and every time you have a beer press the Call key to count it. You can optionally enter the price of a beer and BeerCounter will tell you how much you spent. It even keeps a record of the exact time you consumed each beer. Of course this app can be used for counting anything, like the number of people entering an event, number of reps of an exercise routine, etc.

Type: Freeware
Author: Darrin Desa – Product Page
Data Connection Required: No
Supported iDEN phones: All Falcon Series (MIDP-2) with Java  (i290, i335, i465, i776 i856, i9, etc.)
File Size: 16 KB

Downloading uses paid data. Downloads are for basic phones that support Java ME such as Nokia S40 phones. They do not work on Android, Apple, Firefox or Windows phones.

Download to your Phone

Go to http://boostapps.com with your phone's browser, click the "Enter jump code" link and enter this jump code: 2405

Download to your PC

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  1. this is a lame app only because i’m not gonna stop drinking to load up an app to count how many i’ve had it’ll ruin the buzz lol

  2. J/K

  3. Kids, kids, kids……it’s supposed to be a tongue in cheek type of app. I don’t think who ever developed this actually thinks you’re going to use it @boostapps.com a college frat house to count the # of times you hit the beer bong! I think it was meant as more of an app you’d use when you’re out just drinking socially, or for those times when you just spent next months rent already on a new PC, the newest iPhone, ( why you’d do THAT, I have no idea), and you’re gonna have to eat mac ‘n cheese for the next 3 weeks but your ex-girlfriend wants to give it “one more try”, and wants to go out for drinks. This app will let you know how much you’ve spent while you’re out, if you want it to! LOL

  4. what makes them think that people will be sober enough to use these kinds of apps anyway? and that last app that measured blood alcohol levels is a good way to end up with a broken phone…

  5. I always figured 2 or 3 after you lose count is a good stopping point. Or first puking, whichever comes first.

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