Highball by Studio Neat

Highball by Studio Neat

By Studio Neat

  • Category: Food & Drink
  • Release Date: 2015-04-07
  • Current Version: 1.31
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 54.93 MB
  • Developer: Studio Neat
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 511 Ratings


Highball is for collecting and sharing cocktail recipes. Choose the ingredients, description, and custom drink image for each recipe. Share as a beautiful "drink recipe card" on your favorite social network. When you save and import a drink recipe card image, it becomes fully editable.



  • Awesome app but a few requests

    @studeoneat it’s an awesome app but please add more garnish options such as dill, basil and other herbs, as well as less common fruits such as pomegranate and yuzu. Also please add more eclectic glassware and allow for built/layered drinks to be portrayed.
  • Good app. Wish there were a couple more options.

    By Cminormajor
    Would love a place to enter prices. Also, bacon as a garnish. A pint glass option. Otherwise, I’m loving this app to share drinks with coworkers. Very easy to share via text message.
  • Absolutely love this app.

    By TomHillmeyer
    Only complaint is that it doesn’t really work for non-drink recipes! I would spend too much money on a food version 😂
  • Has so much potential

    By Chob
    These guys have the potential for a great looking and functional app, but this is clearly not a focus. End user experience is replaced by pretty finished cards. A paid model could offset development costs and actually turn this into a solid revenue center for the developers, BUT, they would need to work with beverage professionals and make this a focus product. I recommend saving your time and build out your cocktails in Google Docs, Evernote, or even Excel. You’ll lose the pretty graphics but you’ll have easy sharing, you can copy and paste, use a computer or mobile device to enter, etc.
  • Please add ability to save recipes onto an account.

    By Dave Diaz
    This is a great and a lifesaver, even though it took forever to copy over all the recipes from my notebook lol. One feature I would love to see added is the ability to save the recipes to an account, so that god forbid if everything erases or I get a new phone, I don’t have to redo everything. It would all come back once I log in. Please think about this. Thanks!
  • Love it!

    By Liniment
    I love this app. It’s so simple and clean. It really feels like an IOS app. My friend and I use it to share recipes all the time.
  • Good library, poor editor

    By Milt Reynolds
    Lots of apps provide recipes and images. A few allow the user to import or create recipes. This app is one of the few. However, I've found it difficult to use. I want to copy/paste the ingredients and directions, and edit the recipe easily. The app allows me to copy/paste, but it does not allow me to insert paragraph breaks. I've spent much time and thought creating a Google Doc with all my recipes. I'd hoped that I could easily inport or copy/paste all my recipes into the app, but I've found it to be cumbersome and tedious. The app does not retain any of the formatting when copy/pasting, and it does not allow me to add paragraph breaks in the directions. Not a good fit for me.
  • Great at what it does

    By jsimmsthered
    Been using this app for years. Easy to use and keeps track of the cocktails we like.
  • Best Cocktail App

    By Joe45671234
    I’ve tried so many mixology apps and this one is the best.
  • Cool enough, but your metric is off

    By drumcat
    Look, guys, when you put “ml” in your choice, don’t start mixing centilitres in. It is annoying. Just all ml please. (From a metric-using nation)