They say water and electronics don’t mix, but certainly the iBeer and the iPhone go down well along with one another. This iPhone application is available for purchase at $2.99 at the iTunes store, and it simulates a mug of beer right inside your iPhone itself. Each movement of your handset will result in a corresponding beer swishing, and this will be accompanied by relevant sounds to make the experience all the more authentic. Despite being wildly popular (it is the sixth top seller in the iTunes App Store), reviews have been less than glowing, including angry comments such as “don’t waste your beer money” and “runs slow not very realistic”. Perhaps they’d be kinder with words after having a few swigs of the real stuff.
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