The app I am comparing it to is Delectable. I love delectable and have been using it for about 3 months. Many of my winemaker friends, bloggers and just average drinkers use this app. I haven't heard any of them talk about this app Drync.
Here is what I noticed:
Drync does have the same ability to take a photo of the wine label as Delectable. Upon taking my first photo of a Cornerstone Cellars Napa Valley Cabernet, it registered it as the Cornerstone Sauvignon Blanc. Delectable never gets it wrong. It will however tell you that it can't read a label, especially if there are no names and it is all glass.
Drync allows you to rate the wine, but doesn't show you what others think about that same wine and how they rated it and what year of that wine they rated.
Delectable shows you the exact region lineage of the wine (USA - California - Napa Valley - Howell Mountain), Drync did not. I like this feature because it brings a little competitiveness with me to fill in certain regions and states. Delectable has 17 countries and within those countries they break down sub regions. Very cool.
Drync automatically posts to Facebook and that is all as I know of yet.. I believe they are launching today a social portion of this app. Delectable lets you publish to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and many other social networks. You can pick and choose at the time you take the photo what to do.
The Buy Now button is a huge advantage that both of these apps offer.. However, Drync says they have over 3 million wines in their database, but when I went to buy now on their app, first, it made me wait and sent me an email 5 minutes later telling me it was out of stock and will let me know if it changes. I also got an email that said someone could help me located it. On Delectable, I clicked the Buy Now button and it popped right up with a price. I click one step further to see if it was going to tell me it was sold out.. Nope...
Even the writer of the article I read said the app wasn't perfect. It wasn't perfect on my first try. I am sticking with Delectable. But, please give both a try and let me know what you think.