Originally Posted by Podge
besides, really, it's only $9.99.. how many times have we all bought a rub or sauce for around that much just to try, and when we didn't like it, oh well, no big loss. Not much of a gamble here.
Yeah, true, but in a world where most apps are a buck or two, $9.99 seems expensive.
But, if it works as advertised, it looks to be worth it. I like the interface and features and will probably give it a shot, but I do have a question...
Does it require a connection to the Internet or will it work either over a local wifi network (my own access point in the trailer) or in ad hoc mode (iPad and CyberQ only)?