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Drop's kitchen scale celebrates iPhone debut with cocktail recipes

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Drop's smart scale promises to turn any kitchen klutz into a competent cook. Like your own personal sous-chef, the connected scale and companion app walks you through recipes step-by-step, even suggesting substitute ingredients if you've run out of wild saffron. Drop's audience has been somewhat limited since it launched late last year, though, as its recipe app was only compatible with iPads. But now, iPhone users can get a little help in the kitchen too, following the launch of a smartphone-friendly version of the app (still no love for Android, it seems). What's way, way more important, however, is Drop's finally acknowledging that the best lunches are ones of the liquid variety. In addition to the juice and smoothie recipes already available, Drop's app now includes a cocktail menu. All you need to do is place your favorite booze beaker on the scale and follow the instructions, which should mean your sixth mojito comes out tasting just as well-balanced as your first.

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