By Avvo, Inc.
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Don’t have a designated driver?
Check your blood-alcohol level with Avvo Last Call!
Avvo Last Call allows you to calculate your blood-alcohol level to determine if it’s safe for you to drive after drinking. If not, use Last Call to call a cab. Last Call also provides a list of top local DUI lawyers on Avvo to call for help if you need it.
How it works:
- Log your alcohol consumption as you drink.
- Keep an eye on your blood-alcohol level as Last Call instantly updates it.
- Find nearby taxi services if your blood-alcohol level is too high.
- Contact a top local DUI attorney on Avvo if you need one.
Last Call is provided for entertainment purposes only. Use another method to more accurately determine your BAC level. Don't drink and drive.
** Last Call is now on Twitter! Send your questions, comments, and suggestions to http://twitter.com/lastcall_iphone .
What's New in Version 1.0.2
Fixed a bug when there are multiple drinking sessions in a 3-hour period.
Good free App, but not as many options as similar Apps
The bar graph that shows the time it takes for alcohol to get to your blood stream is great. I'd like to see some more features added, mostly the same as previous reviewers. The ability to SCROLL ALONG the bar graph, so you can get an idea of how long it may take for alcohol to leave your system. How about showing the third decimal digit of your BAC? Instead of just .01, what about .013, .014, etc? Seems like it would be easy to do, and most other BAC Apps do it. The ability to add AND edit drinks, including putting in your own amount in ounces, each time if you want. The addition of taking height into account. The ability to add more than one profile. Also, what about food? When I drink on a full stomach, I can drink over half a liter of 80 proof liqour. If i'm on an empty stomach, a 6 pack of beer can do me in for the whole night. Is there a way to incorporate this fact into the program? This has the potential to be the best App of its kind, with these tweaks! Good work folks.
If you could some how make an option of how often or how much you drink as in on the weekend or once a night or three times a week some categories like lightweight or middleweight or heavyweight as far as drinking frequency goes because the more you drink the more efficent your body becomes at metabolizing alcohol. This relates to some of the things i've read in here I'm a doctor and once I had a patient when I was a resident who came in with a b.a.c. of .46 I looked it up on the charts and it said not compatible with life yet she was sitting on the table talking to me but she was an alcoholic so she wasn't dead. As of now in the last hour and a half I've drank 3/4 a fith of vodka took my wifes breathalyzer ( she's a cop so it's a legitamite one ) and I just blew a .07 so that's legal but this app says I'm at .18 that's my point I drink alot so I can handle more.
P.S I'm a doctor not a English teacher so don't correct the grammer
Good app a couple things would be nice additions: first would be the ability to add to your drinking history (because I know I'm not the only one who forgets things when consuming alcohol) also it would be nice if one could factor in more variables such as empty stomach or recently consumed food, current emotional mood, body fat% or even if one is taking medical perscriptions (and even many over-the-counter drugs as well). Ok I guess that's a lot to ask of a free program; just be aware that all the above factors will affect the alcohol absorption rate of each individual person. I still give it 5 stars for a fine job! (plus it's fretty fun at tryout home frist...hiccup...I mean pretty fun to try it out at home first ;~)