Drync CEO, Brad Rosen, on the set of Bloomberg’s, In the Loop, with Betty Liu, Wednesday 8/14. Click here for the full interview.
Drync CEO, Brad Rosen, on the set of FOX Business Channel, Markets Now, with Lori Rothman and Tracy Burnes, Thursday 8/15. Click here for the full interview.
“Considering most other wine apps focus on “collection” of labels for later perusal, Drync is a godsend.” -John Biggs, TechCrunch
“You’ll raise a glass to this idea: Drync, lets you snap a picture of a bottle of wine and then purchase it instantly.” -Adam Popescu, Mashable
“Instant identification of more than 1.7 million different wines simply by snapping a photo of the label with your iOS device.” -Steven Sande, TUAW
“Considered the Shazam for wine, Drync launched Tuesday with a wine discovery and e-commerce app that lets users buy vino by snapping a photo of the label or searching by name.” -Alice Truong, Fast Company
“The app now boasts an impressive database of over 30,000 different wines, meaning unless it’s your own private collection, it’s on Drync.“ -Brett Watz, Mind of the Geek
“Boston-based Drync has revamped its popular wine-tracking app to lets users who snap photos of the wine they are drinking order it on the spot.”- Mary Lisbeth D’Amico, ClickZ
“It’s no wonder that people call Drync the “Shazam for Wine.“ - Pulse 2.0
“Drync is an ideal app for hard-core Syrah supporters as well as those who are more casual consumers, as it allows beginners to track what they like to drink.” -Amber Bouman, TechHive