Droplet - Plant Care 4+

Watering, fertilizing and more

Avery Vine

    • 3.4 • 12 Ratings
    • Free



Droplet offers a beautiful, elegant, and powerful plant-care experience, designed from the ground up to help you keep your plants alive.

• Watering and Fertilizing Schedules
Set how often you need to care for each plant, and every time you open Droplet you will be greeted with a list of plants that are due for care today.

• Snooze Plants Until Later
Do your plants look like they may not need watering just yet? Out of town and can't fertilize them until tomorrow? Simply snooze your plants and Droplet will let you know when it's time to care for them again.

• Daily Reminders
Want to set and forget? No problem! Droplet can send you notifications at the time of your choosing, so you never miss a watering day.

• Photos and History
Interested in tracking how your plants are doing over time? Watering and fertilizing is tracked on a per-plant basis, and at any point you can take pictures of your plants for future reference.

• Tagging System
Droplet's integrated tagging system lets you organize your plants however you want and filter them with ease. Pro-tip: long-press on a tag to care for all plants with that tag!

• Search
Have more plants than you know what to do with? Droplet's powerful search complements the tagging system, so that the plant you're looking for is just moments away.

• Shortcuts Support
Interested in automation? Droplet offers Shortcuts support, letting you automate your care routine with ease.

• Today Widget
Sometimes you just want to see what plants need water, without unlocking your device. Simply add the Today widget, and you can interact with them right from your widgets screen!

• iCloud Sync
Droplet seamlessly syncs your plants over iCloud, ensuring that they follow you wherever you go.

What are you waiting for? Try Droplet today!

What’s New

Version 1.3.1

This version of Droplet has a handful of bug fixes:

- Fixed the app badge number not updating in the background when new plants are due to be watered or fertilized
- Fixed a rare occurrence where a notification could list plants as due to be cared for, that had already been marked as cared for on another device

In case you missed it, Droplet 1.3 had the following bug fixes:

- Fixed the app freezing when editing a plant that only has a scientific name
- Fixed links in a plant's Description field not being tappable
- Fixed the days of the week on a plant's calendar not properly reflecting the preferences of certain countries (e.g. starting the week on Monday)
- Fixed the dates on a plant's calendar not being under the correct day of the week in certain countries
- Fixed a small visual issue when long-pressing on a plant that needs watering/fertilizing under the Today header

Ratings and Reviews

3.4 out of 5
12 Ratings

12 Ratings

PolarBearKev ,

Not bad but likes to crash

This app has promise but needs a bit of tweaking. The user experience isn’t the best. I do like how the plants are arranged in their own section and not as some huge annoying list. I think this app could be a problem solver if the ux issues and crashing get resolved. Adding a new plant is my biggest complaint. On a small mobile screen it can be frustrating to move the screen up when the keyboard is in the way, or to try and see the date picker. I think that experience needs improvement.

Gabasauruss ,

Neat app, needs some fine tuning

Overall, really great concept, but needs some fine tuning.

Would be nice to have a few more input sections rather than just "description".

Some of the UX/UI is clunky and not intuitive. For instance, editing the description, if you click the wrong place of the invisible bounding box, you back out of the editing option. Then you have to scroll up and click through several menu options to re-enable editing. Frustrating.

Adjusting the watering / fertilizing schedule is also kinda clunky. Took me a minute to figure out how to do it. Maybe using more symbols, like a pencil for edit rather than always a "..." menu would be helpful.

Overall, I don't like digging through menus to find what I need. I would prefer more symbols (applied in a sophisticated way) and gestures (like double tap to edit) to make the experience better.

Colors could be modernized, toned down, and used to guide the user through the app in a more seamlessly way.

ro me ,

Not what I thought it was

I thought there’d be some help with my houseplants within this app. It lets you inventory and keep track of watering and fertilizing schedules, but it doesn’t provide any information about the plant - there is no database. I have to go look up information and enter it in for each plant. Not as awesome as I though it was going to be.

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