Cupertino, California – Casual collectors of tasty brews, party animals on a pub crawl, microbrewery connoisseurs, and all others else who enjoy a glass or a pint every now and then, can now take their passion for beer to new heights by downloading the fun and free new app Pint Club.
Designed by Chili Technologies, LLC, Pint Club invites users to share, tag, and talk up their favorite beers via Twitter, Facebook and Foursquare.
Special features include the ability to:
* Tag photos by brewery (14,000+ worldwide), breed (70+ styles), or location
* Share photos with friends across the bar, city, country or world
* Discover other Pint Club users nearby
* Follow other Pint Club users (just like Twitter and Instagram)
And on top of that, users can also tell Pint Club to alert them when they’re near their favorite beer – whether they’re close to home, or on the other side of the globe.
“From big city bars and pubs to small, out of the way taverns and bars, beer lovers the world over are a breed apart,” commented Chris Burris Chili Technologies, LLC. “Pint Club is a way to celebrate that culture, and to bring people together in a sprit of fun, friendship, and of course, an uncommon fondness for beer. And best of all, the app is free, so everyone can download and enjoy it right now!”
Pint Club, the new fun and free way for beer lovers worldwide to share, tag, and talk up their favorite brew, can download the app from iTunes now.
The app is compatible with iPhone, iPod and iPad, and requires iOS 4.3 or later. Users must be of legal drinking age in the jurisdiction in which they currently reside.
* iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
* Requires iOS 4.3 or later
* 8.1 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Pint Club 1.1 is free and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Food and Drink category.
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