Whether you enjoy coming up with new drinks or just want to cook up a storm, there are plenty of applications that can help. So we took a look at some of the best food and drink apps around.
This useful application is a must for any alcohol-related shenanigans, giving you hundreds of drink combinations in your pocket.
Mixology has plenty of features as well, allowing you browse by category and ingredients. However, the cabinet feature is noteworthy, listing drinks based on what you have at hand.
One of the more popular smartphone applications around, Epicurious has recipes for every occasion, palate and skill level.
The app boasts over 30 000 (!) dishes, ranging from simple pastas and quick salads to low-calorie dinners and vegetarian main courses.
Blood Alcohol Content Calculator (iPhone)
This program is a useful guide for how drunk you are, taking into account your gender, weight and number of drinks you've had.
While it doesn't make use of any specific legal guidelines, it's still a rather innovative way of gauging your blood/alcohol level.
A very different take on the food app, Foodspotting allows you to photograph, review and view dishes from various restaurants.
It's an innovative idea, after all, even the worst restaurants should have at least one tasty dish, right?
Give too much and you're short of cash, give too little and you end up insulting the waiter. But tipping doesn't have to be a problem if you have a tip calculator.
Many tip calculators don't feature support for the rand or require a purchase, but QuickTip features local currency rates, making life a little easier.