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Carling iPint Some physical things just don't translate well into the virtual world. One of those things is a pint of refreshing, ice-cold beer—a virtual pint somehow doesn't have the same effect after a hard day's work. However, this is just what the Carling iPint (free) is. The app will pour you a perfect pretend pint, which you can then pretend to drink. As you tilt your iPhone toward your mouth, the beer will disappear as if you were actually glugging the stuff back. The Carling iPint is currently unavailable in the U.S. iTunes Store, due to a legal battle between the creators of another virtual beer, so you'll need to download it from the U.K. iTunes Store.

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