"My Water" helps you drink water regularly. Calculate your daily water intake and get notifications!
Water is essential for life on our planet. Roughly 70 percent of the body is made of water. We require water for almost every function within our bodies, from flushing out toxins to digestion. Water is essential to good health, yet needs vary between individuals. This app can help ensure you drink enough fluids.
* Water requirement calculator
* Units (Metric and fl oz)
* Statistics in graphs
* Motivational awards
* Useful tips about water
You may need to modify your total fluid intake depending on how active you are, the climate you live in, your health status, etc., the calculation is only recommendation.
The application supports Apple Watch and is integrated with Apple Health.
This is one of the first applications with support Apple Watch! Application integrated with Apple Health to get information about your body measurement to calculate your water intake.
For extended features such as different beverages, detailed statistic, custom volumes and other useful features get the My Water Premium.
Two different plans: 1 month/$2.49 and 12 months/$14.99 with discount (50% off)!
My Water Premium subscription:
The purchase will be charged to your iTunes account
The subscription will be auto-renewed 24 hours prior to it running out
Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, and identify the cost of the renewal
Manage your subscription from User Settings in iTunes after purchasing. Cancel the auto-renewing subscription from there at anytime.
Do you add drinking water with our application constantly or just starting? Stability and usability of the application are important to you. We improved the reliability and did the interface more convenient in this update.
Good luck in achieving your goal!
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Helpful log but occasionally misleading
I really appreciate this app as it helps me easily log my fluid intake and send me notifications to reach my daily goal. But some of the different types of beverage choices can be misleading with how it calculates the water content. I drink a lot of green tea and sugar-free sports drinks on days that I workout. But both of these, while almost all water, are calculated as much less fluids than regular water. I wish this app had both the total amount of fluid intake along with the total water intake. Some days I find myself drinking 2-3 extra cups just to fill the meter when technically I’ve already met my total fluid intake goal. Additionally, editing my log of drinks isn’t as easy as it could be. Sometimes I just want to edit a drink’s volume but that would require having to delete it entirely and reentering the whole thing. Overall, the app is helpful as a daily reminder and has motivated me to stay hydrated, but there are some changes that could make it more informative and user friendly. All changes that seem reasonable for an app that you have to pay so much for to get the full as a lifestyle tool.
Interesting idea, too bad I could barely use it
Decided to try out a bunch of the water reminder/tracking apps to help me be better about my water in take on really busy days. Thought this one looked promising, especially because it had options for herbal tea and smoothies, both of which I also regularly drink. But, you can only use the water, tea, and coffee options without a subscription. But, I couldn’t even give the 3-day trial with a year subscription a try, because every time I clicked on that link it informed me that I had no subscription and offered only a close button. So, I emailed support with a screen shot and was informed that it was an odd error and they’d investigate and look into having a fix incorporated in a few weeks with the next release. So, until the fix rolls around, if I remember to check back ... this one has been deleted. Perhaps try giving a free 3-day trial upfront and then locking people out with the offer to keep the extended features with their choice of a subscription. That’s probably a better enticement and business model.
Killing apple watch series 3 battery
Something happened in January 2018 with this app because it quickly starting draining my apple watch series 3 battery. Ive had this app since purchasing my watch back in October and never had any issues. Then in January i noticed my watch battery was drained and dead in 8 hours. Now, im pretty pathetic with my apple watch, so far i have a sleep app and the my water app on it.. thats it! I called Apple complaining about my battery and they ran numerous tests which took up all my afternoons. I decided to one by one remove my two apps from my phone and do some testing of my own. Yes, the my water app failed... something on their end is causing my battery to die. Yes, i looked into notifications and settings and made adjustments.. still kills my watch in 8hrs if i have the app on my apple watch.
Please look into this and fix. This app is part of the reason i invested in the apple watch and at $450 dollars its a bit investment for me.
- Viktor Sharov
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- Health & Fitness
Requires iOS 11.0 and watchOS 4.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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- In-App Purchases
- Full version – 1 month $2.49
- Full version – 1 year $14.99
- Full version – 1 month $2.49
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.