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Food & Drink
Ver 4.1.1
VinoCell - wine cellar manager
6 hour(s) ago
$8.99 -> $7.99
Based on 1570 reviews. (1570 reviews)
VinoCell is the most complete app to manage your wine list, graphically display your cellar, to record both your tastings and pro ratings and to match dishes to your wines. To discover the app in images and videos: http://www.vinocell.com The app is perfect for beginners who can use the main fields but it also caters for experts who can play with its infinite possibilities. Top 10 features: - Up to 50 different descriptors (name, country, region, appellation, varietals, maturity, color, alcohol...etc) and 3 images per wine: no compromise! - Text search in the 100.000 wine database with labels - or add your wines manually but quickly using the internal country, region, appellation and varietal database. - Graphical representation of your cellar’s racks and shelves with 40 different configurations to choose from. - Full bottle life management from input to output date. - Easy placement of a bottle in your cellar using the double tap feature. - Quickly locate and highlight bottles in your cellar for easy access. - Powerful search engine with 40 fields. Need to find the 2007 Australian shiraz from the Barossa Valley, drunk last month with your friend Bob, priced between $15 and $20, with a point score of 91? You can! - Tasting notes management and a choice of scoring scales: 5 stars, 20 points, 100 points... - Pro rating can be added using 70 world guides or contests/challenges (Parker, WS…). - Complete cellar stats: countries, regions, colors, vintages, varietals, purchases, providers...etc. Other great features include: - Manage dishes for each wine. - Manage producer and provider details. - Manage contacts (friend/family) tasting notes. - Customize graphical bottle: shape, hue, cap. - Create and customize PDFs for each wine. - Share via Email, Facebook and Twitter. - Search merchants all around the world. - Export wine, bottle, tasting, rating lists as CSV/XLS. - Import wine list as CSV/XLS from VinoCell website. - Automatic sync between all your devices using the same VinoCell account.
 

Food & Drink
Ver 5.0.8
Talk Dim Sum
3 day(s) ago
$3.99 -> $2.99*
Based on 333 reviews. (333 reviews)
Love dim sum, but don't know what to order or how to order? Bring this app, find what you like, and tap the speaker icon to hear the dish pronounced in Chinese (Cantonese or Mandarin) using iOS text-to-speech. I made this app after visiting Hong Kong and trying to crash course learn Cantonese in the food courts. The early focus was just on dim sum and Cantonese text-to-speech and my favorite restaurants, but has since expanded (based on user tips and requests and my own interests) to more broadly cover Chinese (and Chinese-American) food and include featrures such as Mandarin (traditional and simplified), search (English and Chinese), saving favorites, AI camera recognition of dishes, speech-to-text pronunciation practice, and over two thousand restaurants around the world (but they have to serve Cantonese dim sum, at least ha gow and siu mai, and I don't have a worldwide travel budget, so if I didn't list your favorite eateries, please let me know what they are!). Tips: If you don't hear the Chinese speech 1) check the mute switch on your iPhone and make sure it isn't on. 2) text-to-speech for a particular voice sometimes seems to require an internet connect, at least on initial use (same with speech-to-text, the microphone practice button). 2) sometimes a device will have trouble accessing the text-to-speech voice (it's the Hong Kong Chinese voice used for Accessibility in Settings), so try turning your device off and on. Tapping the speaker icon plays back the Chinese pronunciation at half speed to help you learn. Tap the microphone icon to bring up more options, including adjusting the playback speed, switching between Cantonese and Mandarin, and practicing speaking (the speed and language settings are also in Settings). Aside from the default speed, the speech may sound not quite natural because the app does not play back recorded speech but instead uses iOS text-to-speech functionality, which utters one character (i.e. one syllable) at a time, which may not match how an entire compound word or phrase is normally pronounced (you can hear this effect when using Siri). Talk Dim Sum is developed with: The dim sum icon from Stock Image Folio on Iconfinder.com. The technicat logo designed by Dakota Snow. Photos from many dim sum excursions. Regional map images from Wikipedia (Creative Commons License from Wikimedia). Swift open source packages: AlertToast, ImagePickerView, Qgrid, SQLite.swift, SwiftLog, SwiftUIPager, and SwiftyJSON.