I can export my beersmith recipe to Microsoft onenote, which puts it into the cloud service. On my phone I can access the recipe instructions very quickly when I pin it to the home screen. I assume I could also do that with adobe as well.
@Julohan - I just started using OneNote to keep track of my brewing notes. I will have to give that a try. If that works then you have just save me a ton of time. BTW I love my Win7 phone. My only issue with it is the lack of apps available, but then again I am a developer and I have been to lazy to build anything for it. Brewing/drinking beer is much more fun when i get home.
I am probably one of the few who are not really that much in to apps. So far it has all the apps I have needed.
All I did was right click on the beersmith recipe. The one that is on the bottom half of the program. Click send to onenote. The program starts up and its there. I am new to OneNote so I do not know much about it. I then went to the cloud and it showed it was there. Next on the phone I opened OneNote, cliked "all" on the main screen. I then clicked the refresh button on the bottom of the screen. It synced with the cloud. The recipe appears. I Press and hold on the file and the press pin to start.
Also, I am trying to figure out how to put the bjcp pdf on it, whithout screwing up the format. Right now, I just have adobe reader pinned to the start with the pdf on phone. But I would rather have the actual file pinned to the start.