Application for iPhone aims to make happy hour happier!
22 December 2008 — 6:07 PM
A new application has been launched for the Apple iPhone 3G that really gets into the swing of Christmas.
Those who may have recently recycled used mobiles in favour of the manufacturer's innovative touchscreen device can now get their hands on Pocket Cocktails.
It is reported that the new application is "a fun twist to the traditional cocktail hour" and combines ingredient lists and recipes with rich colours and vibrant pictures so that players know exactly what they should be serving.
Pocket Cocktails also comes equipped with a number of realistic sounds to make cocktail mixing even more fun, including a shaker feature that allows recipes to be selected at random.
"While serving up the drink, the iPhone spits out a colourful collection of shaker noises and catchy phrases adding a fun spin on the experience. Pocket Cocktails also has special holiday themed cocktails," a statement accompanying the launch said.
The Apple iPhone was released in summer this year and now that it is available on pay-as-you-go, could tempt many to trade up their used mobile phones.
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