Plant Watering & Care - Ploi 4+

Log water, fertilizer, photos

Eugeniu Vozoca

Designed for iPad

    • 4.9 • 46 Ratings
    • Free



Let’s be honest: an app can't tell you exactly how often to water your plants because there are too many variables. The best way to use an app is to teach it when you water your plants so it can learn the schedule for each plant. All you need to do is mark plants as watered and Ploi does the rest!


If you're looking for a way to keep track of your plant's life and get tips on how to care for them, Ploi is the plant app for you! With Ploi, you can log everything from when you watered your plant to when it started to bloom. Plus, our care guides are full of information on how to keep your plants healthy and happy.


If you're like most people, you probably have a few houseplants. Maybe you have a fiddle leaf fig tree or a peace lily. Perhaps you have a snake plant or a succulent. No matter what type of plant you have, it's important to document its growth.

One way to do this is to take photos of your plant at different stages of its life. For example, you might take a photo of your houseplant when you first get it, and then again after a month, and then every few months after that.

Another way to document your plant's growth is to keep a plant journal. In your journal, you can write about how your plant is doing, what changes you've noticed, and how you're caring for it.

Documenting your plant's growth is a great way to keep track of its progress and to create a plant log that you can look back on. Plus, it's a fun way to document your plant's journey from a small seedling to a full-grown plant!


If you come across a flower that you can't identify, take a picture of it and upload it to the app. Within seconds, you'll be given the plant's name and species. If you're ever curious about what plant is this, you know what app to use!


If you're looking to become a plant parent, Ploi has an ever-growing list of plant care guides that can help. Our guide is crafted specifically for each plant species, so you can learn everything you need to know about taking care of your plant.

What’s New

Version 1.5.2

• Added the ability to delete the plant even if it has activities. Previously you were able only to archive plants with activities/photos
• Tweaked how intervals are auto-adjusted after watering earlier or later than scheduled
• Fixes a bug where the tab bar isn't shown after an iOS restoration from back-up

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
46 Ratings

46 Ratings

johnnyappleseed89 ,

Best app for house plants

This is by far the most useful app I have used to track the watering schedule for my plants. There are several other apps on the App Store that want you pay a monthly fee. Fortunately this app is completely free! I love the layout and design. It’s easy to use and it even includes care instructions. Highly recommend if you have lots of house plants on different watering schedules.

Developer Response ,

Thank you very much! 🙏💜

kehahshdh ,

Absolutely Amazing

If you have plants, you need this app. Plant names, watering, repotting, movement, fertilization, misting, and more ALL tracked in it. Enter the scientific name & it’ll provide care instructions. You can also enter multiple photos for each plant- great for tracking growth. No limit to how many plants you can add (at least not that I’ve reached, & I’m at 31), AND it doesn’t require a subscription! I only wish I’d found it sooner

Check the Rhime ,

Excellent app!

I saw the developer of this app recommend it to a user on Reddit who was looking for a good watering tracking app. I was curious and I downloaded it. Amazing little app that’s easy to use! I absolutely love that it shows you the info for all the plants. As someone with nosy kitties, it helps me greatly to know what is toxic and what isn’t. And the little icon of the cat with a thumbs up is so friggin’ cute!

Developer Response ,

Thank you so much 🙏💜🐱

App Privacy

The developer, Eugeniu Vozoca, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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