Drync App Lets You Find, Track, and Buy Wine

Posted August 14, 2013 at 8:27pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 5341 views

Drync is an iPhone app that can scan the label of a wine bottle letting you save then rate, share, and buy it.

Drync uses state-of-the-art image recognition and a massive database of wine to identify your wine. With the largest selection of wines for sale online, competitive prices, and low everyday shipping costs, you can now buy nearly any wine the moment you taste it.

Looking for your next favorite wine? Discover new wines with hand-selected recommendations from top sommeliers and educators, professionally curated picks for special occasions, and popular wines from other Drync members.


Key Features:
- Snap a photo of a wine label and Drync instantly matches the wine to show price, ratings, and notes
- Buy wine in seconds for delivery to your doorstep
- Free shipping on six or more bottles
- Share what you’re drinking with friends via Facebook, Twitter and email
- Track your wines, ratings, and tasting notes
- Discover new wines with hand-selected recommendations from top sommeliers and educators, wines for special occasions, and popular wines from other Drync members.
- Backup and synchronization to the cloud so you can also manage your wines on drync.com
- Secure e-commerce platform and easy to use checkout function in “Wine Cart”

What's New In This Version:
Text search (!) and many bug fixes.

You can download Drync from the App Store for free.

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