Top 10 Alcohol Trackers

Drinking alcohol can turn into bad habit. And then it's very difficult to control how much alcohol you consume. And worst of all, that you think that situation is under control. In such a case you better use an Alcohol Tracker.

These are applications that allow you track the amount of alcohol you consume. You simply enter the beverage you drunk and their dosage. Alcohol apps contain a base of different drinks with alcohol content in them. The application will automatically calculate how much alcohol got into your body and basing on your weight determines the coefficient BAC (blood alcohol content) and calculates the recovery rate - the time after which the alcohol impact will be eliminated.

A most valuable is that Alcohol Apps show you the real picture - how much alcohol you consume daily and weekly and this time you won't be able to deceive yourself. Gradually, you'll be able to reduce the amount of consumed alcohol and monitor your progress.
1
DrinkTracker
Use your iPhone or iPod Touch to keep track of your BAC (Blood Alcohol Content) while you’re drinking with the DrinkTracker personal breathalyzer simulator and BAC calculator app. Quickly and easily keep a record of what you’ve been drinking with the fully editable one-tap drinks list - add your own favourite drinks to the drinks list as well and sort them into any order you want.
iOS
2
Beer Gut Fitness
If you’re worried about your intake of empty calories from all those frosty beers and caipirinhas you plan to drink this spring and summer, Beer Gut Fitness might be the app for you. It tells you when you’re safe to have a drink — calorically speaking — and when you need to exercise. It even shows you what kinds of exercise you can do and for how long.
Android
3
AlcoDroid
AlcoDroid is an alcohol consumption tracker, drinks diary and blood alcohol content calculator. AlcoDroid helps you get a better handle of what you drink and change your drinking habits. Optionally it also tracks costs of your drinks. AlcoDroid also provides an estimate of your blood alcohol content (BAC) based on the drinks you've logged, plots your BAC development in a chart and indicates when you get below the legal limit or back to zero.
Android
4
NHS Drinks Tracker
Use the official NHS Drinks Tracker to quickly calculate your drink units, keep track of your drinking and get personalized feedback. A great app if you want to cut down on your drinking.
iOS
5
YesterdayMe
YesterdayMe is a web service that allows you to track your alcohol intake. It offers a very simple, hangover-proof interface for registering how much you sucked down.
Online
6
DrinkFit
Ever wonder how many calories or carbohydrates are in your favorite alcoholic beverages? Not anymore! DrinkFit provides nutritional information for Beer, Cocktails, Liquor, Wine Coolers, Wine & Mixers.
iOS