Flush Toilet Finder is the quickest, simplest way of finding a public bathroom or restroom. Simply open the app and it will display the nearest toilets to you. It's free, no in-app purchases and has over 190,000 bathrooms in its database. You can even search for restrooms without an internet connection!
- Search through 190,000 public loos all around the world!
- Find which WC's have disabled access, a fee for usage or require a key!
- Get immediate directions on how to locate them!
- Add a toilet to increase our list of toilets and improve the app for everyone!
- Rate and report a toilet by swiping to the left on a toilet in the list!
- Support for the latest iPhone and iPad models.
When you're walking around and need the bathroom, don't wait. Install Flush Toilet Finder today and you'll be at a public restroom in minutes. This is the ad-supported version of Flush Toilet Finder Pro and is similar to other apps such as SitOrSquat.
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No Info on Toilet markers
So, when you see a toilet marked. There is no info on the toilet usually. You can title it but there is no option to write more.
For example: for people with Crohns or Ulcerative Colitis to which this app can be helpful, there isn’t a way for users to say whether or not the toilet is a single person locked room or multiple people can use it with many stalls.
Having that option that users can click to identify is extremely helpful. For most with crohns or colitis and you have to use the restroom for an extended time having a single user locked door bathroom offers the privacy you need so being able to identify those would be super helpful.
The idea of the app is awesome so I gave it two stars because the addition of the type of toilet and the quality of the toilet can be a big deal to some people. Like does the bathroom look like the type of place people sell drugs and graffiti n stuff or does it have reasonable cleanliness.
Having some sort of rating system for the toilet would be great as well.
The most important thing is having some way to identify the type of toilet/facility whether you can lock the door and have a single use bathroom or is it more like an airport bathroom with like 10 stalls..etc
Developer Response ,
Thank you for the feedback. I will look into this.
Does what you need, when you need it
This is a great, simple app that does exactly what it supposed to do — shows you a map with toilets, whether or not they’re easily accessible (in terms of needing a key but also in terms of ADA accessibility), and allows ratings.
One feature request: Although I don’t have kids many friends with children have noted how hard it can be to find a restroom with baby-changing space. It’s be great to have that as one of the features users can note for each restroom alongside cleanliness, accessibility, etc.
Needs promised improvements 🚽
I added a restroom site. You should too - it takes under 2 minutes.
Pretty-well thought-out and elegant app for finding a place to poo that gives some detail, such as whether there’s a fee, if it requires a key, and if it’s disabled-accessible.
It’s missing user-submitted reviews, photos, and narrative details that a competing app (by the toilet paper company Charmin) offers in the U.S. You can favorite a restroom for future use (like when you’re passing through a sh**hole like Chehalis on I-5 a couple of times a year and want to remember the optimal place to pinch a loaf, drop a deposit, dump a tr@#p, etc.).
That’s too bad, because this app (Flush) has a much nicer design, and also more listings (at least in my area) Then the competing sit or squat at by Charmin.
This could be the Yelp of public restrooms.
btw, it’s hard to find out how to pay for the ad-free version (which is 2 bucks). There doesn’t seem to any in-app settings.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.