Breathometer. World’s First Smartphone Breathalyzer.

breathometer1BreathometerbisDrink Smart. Be Safe. Breathometer, the world’s first smartphone breathalyzer will be available this summer and consumers can start pre-ordering today for only $20. In a study conducted by Breathometer and Sodahead, 64% of respondents admitted driving/riding while intoxicated or having been a passenger with a driver under the influence of alcohol. 67 percent know someone that has been involved in an accident involving someone under the influence and 80 percent know someone that has received a DUI or DWI…

“Breathometer wasn’t created just to address the risks associated with drinking and driving,” said Charles Michael Yim, Founder & CEO of Breathometer. “but to help people, their friends and family, all to make smart and safer choices when consuming alcohol. Real time BAC measurement is the first step.”

Breathometerter3Breathometer is both a device and mobile app that will transform iPhone and Android smartphones into a breathalyzer. Breathometer provides options beyond informing users of their impaired state and plans to connect to local transportation services to quickly connect with a cab or taxi. Upon launch, Breathometer will be available at, the Apple App Store and Google Play.

Breathometer will be FDA approved and is patent pending. It is ideal for anyone who enjoys even a casual drink, as just one drink can affect judgment or the ability to drive safely. The company will make Breathometer available in Summer 2013, anticipating that the affordable price combined with a quality equivalent to current consumer breathalyzers will encourage widespread use and help grow the market for such devices.“Breathometer is as much for a parent as it is for someone who ‘parties.’ Both want an easier way to be smart and safe for themselves, as well as the people they care about,” added Yim. Breathometer.

7 Responses to “Breathometer. World’s First Smartphone Breathalyzer.”

  1. 1 Rodent Mar 19th, 2013 at 6:45 am

    It is pending FDA approval, it might be available at some future date and they want you to buy it today? Sounds like they need seed money!

  2. 2 Bruce Reynard Mar 19th, 2013 at 9:35 am

    I think it’s very smart if you are drunk and remember where is your phone!

  3. 3 CafeSportyTC Mar 19th, 2013 at 10:28 am

    now if they could blue tooth link it to the engine control module , or electronic ignition (on carbed bikes) than i can see the point.

  4. 4 Fritz Mar 19th, 2013 at 1:12 pm

    What a waste of talent.

  5. 5 Enforcer Mar 20th, 2013 at 10:30 am

    It could conceivable also use GPS tracking to notify local authorities of your BAC and location. I don’t condone drinking and driving, but I also don’t like Big Brother watching. Be careful, people.

  6. 6 Blackmax Mar 20th, 2013 at 5:36 pm

    Thanks, but No Thanks !!!
    I subscribe to the theory If I’m on 2 wheels
    I don;t need to drink till I get to the end or back home !!!!

  7. 7 Chris Mar 21st, 2013 at 11:36 am

    I remember being in a bar in Panama City Beach that had a breathalyzer machine by the front door. It seemed to work well. . . at getting everybody to hammer more shots to see who could get the highest reading so the lowest schmuck had to drive! Be careful what you ask for, you just might get it. Fortunately, I was sober-cabbing my group. You’d better believe we made sure we knew where those cats were before we hit the road.

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