Manage your Wine Collection with Windows 8, 10 VisualCellar App
There are many who keep bashing the Windows Store for its lack of apps, but my reply is this – you just don’t know where to look. Take for example the new ‘VisualCellar’ app, a really cool wine app that lets you manage your wine collection, aimed at those in the field but also amateurs.
If you own a Windows 8 or 8.1 tablet and you also happen to have a passion for storing wines in your cellar, then you will be interested in the ‘VisualCellar’ application which has been recently made available in the Windows Store. It’s definitely one of the best wine apps currently available for Windows 8 devices, so go ahead and download it by following the link at the end of the article, as you don’t have to pay a dime for it, the app being available totally for free. It comes with a size of less than 3 megabytes and can be used on Windows RT devices, as well.
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Since wine making and the industry of wine is so popular in France, the app has been made available in the French language, as well. Just like the name suggests, the app acts as a virtual visual cellar, letting you try out any form you might be interested in. The most useful features of the app are the fact that adding bottles and their placement in the cellar is very fast, along with a really useful graphical management of your wine collection.
The notation consumption is also very useful and effective and helps with the customization of your wine cellar. You can arrange bottles by colors, countries, destination, regions, grape varieties, vintage and price. To make it easier to find the needed bottles, there’s the option of adding a identification picture for each of them. The bottles and the quality of the wine can also be rated, which make it easier to price them and rank accordingly. So, follow the link from below and start managing your wine collection in style.
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