Do Breathalyzer Apps Really Work? 

 March 25, 2014

By  LMW Attorneys

Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a way for your smartphone to tell you if your night out on the town has placed your blood alcohol content over the legal limit? Sadly, smartphones haven’t gotten that smart yet, but there are tools that they provide that can help!

Get a BAC Tracker on Your Cell Phone

Since smartphones don’t yet have the ability to analyze your blood alcohol level, the next best thing was invented. A blood alcohol tracker!

Instead of blowing directly into your cell phone and waiting for some kind of digital calculation, you simply input each drink you have into the app throughout the evening. The app then tracks each drink you have (and some foods as well) and calculates an estimated blood alcohol level, depending on the information you provided it.

Transform Your Smartphone into a Breathalyzer

Don’t want to have to worry about remembering to put everything you eat and drink into your app through the evening? Then the Breathometer® may be a better solution for you.

The Breathometer® connects to your cell phone and works in conjunction with an app that estimates your blood alcohol level.

The Breathometer® works with iOS and Android products alike. All you have to do is plug the Breathalyzer into your phone’s audio jack, launch the app and blow into the tube.

The app even displays your alcohol level as red if you are above the legal limit, and green if your levels are legally safe to drive. The Breathometer® is an FDA registered device and has been tested in government lab grade testing to ensure its accuracy within .01% BAC.

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