Elixr is a social network that helps you find a drink

Elixr is a social network that helps you find a drink

Elixr is a new app and social network for the iPhone that helps you find a good place for a drink. Elixr lets you share your potent potable discoveries with your wider social sphere through pictures and ratings. After signing up, you can import friends into Elixr by either connecting to Facebook or allowing access to your iPhone’s contacts.

Elixr lets you rate the different drinks available at a particular venue. Each drink's rating contributes to the establishment’s overall rating. Other Elixr members will then be able to inspect the list to see what to get when they visit the venue. Elixr will use your location to find nearby bars. If your looking for somewhere new, just open the map to venues rated by fellow Elixr users.

Finally, Elixr allows you to share your posts with friends not only on Elixr itself, but also on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Foursquare, and Instagram. For those who love to share and talk about what they’re drinking, Elixr allows you to connect with others who share that passion. It’s available now for free on the App Store, so be sure to give it a try.

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Joseph Keller

News Writer for Mobile Nations. Fascinated by the ways that technology connects us.

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Elixr is a social network that helps you find a drink


I do not see this application taking off unless they do something spectacular that Yelp and other similar companies haven't done yet. I'm looking forward to this application doing something different because I live in Vegas (just recently moved here).

Just downloaded the app and it's pretty neat. I agree with Shinuyuki, it's yet another social networking app (which really just links to other social networking apps), and though it's geared toward drinkers and barhoppers, it may end up being a niche product. Again, aesthetically pleasing.

Now, if I could only find a place in New York that makes a good Bloody Caesar like they do in practically any place I went to in Toronto, I'll be a happy camper.

There seems to be a lot of these single purpose apps coming out in regards to food and drink. Yelp it and find it all in one place instead of 10 different apps. Does sound interesting either way I guess.

I'm gonna check it out. Although I doubt if people will use this app that often when other apps are available for searching establishments. If it does take off, it'll make a great app for those who like to hit the bars every other weekend.