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Old 03-14-2012, 08:18 PM   #51
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Old 03-16-2012, 06:45 AM   #52
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Beersmith 2 mobile is now on the Android Market. I just checked.

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First Praise:

Thank you Brad!!!! This is fantastic. Uploading my recipe to the cloud and logging on to my phone in the garage is perfect for my uses! I'm also grateful for the addition of the timers.

next, constructive criticism: I have not used this for a brew yet, but the fact you can't edit the recipe (although it does indeed come from the cloud) is an inconvenience. I frequently have to edit recipes on the fly based on whatever hops I happen to have on hand on brewday, and I lean heavily on taking notes in the notes section. Unless I bring my laptop to the brewroom invalidating the purpose of having BS on my phone, I can't do that with this version.

I'm grateful for what you've done, but I'm a paying customer for both versions now, so I want to be honest about my what I expect for my money. To all those who think I'm hating, please reread. I'm just being honest about what I as a consumer hope to gain from my purchases.

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Old 10-09-2012, 04:25 PM   #55
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next, constructive criticism: I have not used this for a brew yet, but the fact you can't edit the recipe (although it does indeed come from the cloud) is an inconvenience. I frequently have to edit recipes on the fly based on whatever hops I happen to have on hand on brewday, and I lean heavily on taking notes in the notes section. Unless I bring my laptop to the brewroom invalidating the purpose of having BS on my phone, I can't do that with this version.
In making his announcement that BeerSmith would be arriving on the Android and Apple platforms, Brad announced that first available would be a light version that would not allow you to edit recipes. He also announced that a full version for the Android and Apple platforms would be coming out later.
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Old 10-09-2012, 04:26 PM   #56
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As said by Brad on 28 SEP 12 on the thread 'BeerSmith for Android and iPhone Almost Available'
"The lite version does not allow recipe editing/creation, but does have a full brew day timer, reference, tools, and unit converters. The full version (coming a few months later) will have recipe editing.

Also there is a nice feature to search the thousands of recipes on BeerSmithRecipes.com which is a great way to get new ideas (or waste time at work)."

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Old 10-09-2012, 04:38 PM   #57
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That's why I'm not in any hurry. I'll wait for the "heavy" version.

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My constructive criticism remains unchanged. A preannouncement that this product wouldn't have the ability to edit recipes doesn't make me want it less. I did pay for both products at this point, and I know Brad does this stuff mostly on his own.

But this thread was started almost a year ago. Maybe it's time to get some help on this. I hope what I've paid for this version will cover the upgraded version whenever it comes out. I'm a huge fan of Beersmith and have used it since day one of my brewing. So I'm just trying to give respectful feedback from a loyal customer. It's not bitching, and it's 100% topical.

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That's why I'm not in any hurry. I'll wait for the "heavy" version.
Now that I've paid for it, I'm wondering if I shouldn't have done the same thing. If I'm out the 4 bucks though, so be it. Caveat Emptor.
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Brad was very open on the capacity of this app. I am sad that it doesn't have fields for common corrections like gravity adjustment or the like. It would be cool for an app to have the brew day laid out step by step with common adjustment fields available. Another issue is the fact he doesn't take advantage of the android menu button for quick navigation. This is something I've seen on multiple apps with and iOS version. Does anyone know if the full version will be different on tablet or smartphone?

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