What you need to know
- Brew Timer is a great coffee app for your iPhone and it has new features thanks to a big update.
- New features make it easier to learn about a new coffee using the information you gathered from previous ones.
Brew Timer, an app for your iPhone that helps you track and then make coffees using information from the roaster, has a new update that's designed to help make it better than ever. The new update includes a number of changes including the ability to more easily search for coffee.
Making coffee is as much art as it is science, but that science part can come in handy when you're looking to start a new bag of coffee for the first time. Brew Timer now makes it easier for coffee drinkers to learn from their other brews, giving them a head start.
Another improvement is the addition of a new coffee picker. With some coffee roasters coloring their bags based on each roast, Brew Timer now lets people dial that into the app and their coffee entries for the first time — all by using the iPhone's camera.
There are a ton of smaller improvements as well, not to mention Brew Timer Labs changes that gives people the chance to test out a new design and other experimental changes.
The new update is available in the App Store now and is a free download for existing users. Everyone else can download it now for just $2.99. Brew Timer is one of the best iPhone apps for coffee lovers and well worth checking out.
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