unCORKED

unCORKED

10,000 - 50,000 downloads

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unCORKED is the ultimate wine app!

Here are just a few of the features that unCORKED offers:
• UPC scanning
• Wine details
• Wine pairing
• User ratings
• Bottle images

Based on a 100% FREE, community built database designed just for unCORKED, it is FREE to add additional wines so the number of wines and information about them is continually growing!

Want other people to see what you think about a wine? Make sure to rate it! Want to see what others think about your favorite wine? Make sure to add it to the database, if it isn't already there!

********Please Remember********
Again, this is a community built database, so while it may not contain every bottle you scan, the more users there are, the more wines there will be, so show your friends! It will get better and better with time!

Recently changed in this version

- Added better support for small screens
- Bug fixes


Comments and ratings for unCORKED
  • (54 stars)

    by Eigil Skjæveland on 08/06/2014

    Won't even start.

  • (54 stars)

    by Brad Damratoski on 05/06/2014

    Until this useless app decides there's no data connection and there's no way to fix it.

  • (54 stars)

    by Matthew Bushey on 22/04/2014

    After barcode scanning and manually searching for 10 different wines, most of which are popular and well known labels, I couldn't find single one with this app. Delete.

  • (54 stars)

    by Dave Pickett on 14/03/2014

    I couldn't tell you how good the app is as the bar code scanner it forces you to install is terrible. I just couldn't see myself stood in sainsbury's trying to scan a bottle of red for over a minute!

  • (54 stars)

    by peter wood on 08/02/2014

    I was hoping this could tell me a little more about wine whilst I'm out but a popular Robertson wine isn't in the database. Delete.

  • (54 stars)

    by Patrick Yim on 18/01/2014

    Eg. Cellier D'co missing

  • (54 stars)

    by Roger Penniceard on 22/03/2013

    Thought this was the ideal ap but to scan barcodes permissions require access to apparently unnecessary personal information. WHY?