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Beer smith mobile, ipad
« on: May 11, 2014, 02:50:19 PM »
Just wanted to voice my opinion.....

 not sure what is going on with the mobile program, one thing I can say is the programer needs to find a little attention to detail.  I just upgraded to the new beer smith mobile app, I noticed immediate issues, apparently as did the programmer, I then upgraded to another version to fix what was screwed up on the last upgrade, now when I try and edit a recipe the entire program locks up, W T F!

While I'm at it why in the heck with all the crazy options that most would not use is there not an option to print a recipe.....think I need to find a new brew software.   

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Re: Beer smith mobile, ipad
« Reply #1 on: May 13, 2014, 09:29:19 AM »
  Not sure what your error was - I did have issues on iPhone IOS 7 with status bar overlapping the top of the screen buttons, but I also fixed it in a matter of days.

  If you are getting other errors please drop me a note and I would be happy to help resolve them.

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Re: Beer smith mobile, ipad
« Reply #2 on: June 23, 2014, 06:40:20 AM »
So sorry, I've been meaning it get back to this.  The error was addressed and fixed quite promptly, sorry if I was a bit harsh. 

Curious if there are any plans to add the following....

- The ability the print and share a recipe 

- The ability to change measurements on the fly, when adding grains I'm not always adding in pound increments, it would be nice to have the ability to switch to different measurements when creating a recipe without having to go back to the settings.

And lastly any thoughts on Hops Shots/Hop extract calculator so the recipe reflects the IBUs created by this addition?