New iWhisky app for iPhone launched

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Last Thursday saw the release of the new iWhiskyWhiskey app for the iPhone and iPod Touch, complementing the previously available iMalt app.

Since 2009, the iMalt app has been the single malt whisky lovers’ prefered app for keeping track of whisky collections and tasting notes and iWhiskyWhiskey app has the same great features as the iMalt app, but the focus is on all other whisky and whiskey types other than single malt.

The iWhiskyWhiskey app includes more than 200 whiskies and whiskeys divided into categories based on their type. For example you will find Scotch blended malt whisky from Chivas, Irish pure pot still whiskey from Jameson, Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey from Jim Beam, Tennessee whiskey from Jack Daniel’s, Canadian blended whisky from Canadian Club and Japanese single grain whisky from Nikka.

All bottles are illustrated and described in detail and you can easily add more whiskies and whiskeys yourself or you can receive them by subscribing to the iTasteNote Cloud Service, as well as having a the tools for keeping track of your own tasting notes.

The app is available now from the Apple Store.

Last Thursday saw the release of the new iWhiskyWhiskey app for the iPhone and iPod Touch, complementing the previously available iMalt app.

Since 2009, the iMalt app has been the single malt whisky lovers’ prefered app for keeping track of whisky collections and tasting notes and iWhiskyWhiskey app has the same great features as the iMalt app, but the focus is on all other whisky and whiskey types other than single malt.

The iWhiskyWhiskey app includes more than 200 whiskies and whiskeys divided into categories based on their type. For example you will find Scotch blended malt whisky from Chivas, Irish pure pot still whiskey from Jameson, Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey from Jim Beam, Tennessee whiskey from Jack Daniel’s, Canadian blended whisky from Canadian Club and Japanese single grain whisky from Nikka.

All bottles are illustrated and described in detail and you can easily add more whiskies and whiskeys yourself or you can receive them by subscribing to the iTasteNote Cloud Service, as well as having a the tools for keeping track of your own tasting notes.

The app is available now from the Apple Store.

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