Water is the world's most important resource, yet much of it is threatened by pollution and wasteful use. Join a community of people around the planet who are using Water Reporter to document their efforts to protect and conserve local rivers and streams.
• From lists, jump directly to a user’s profile, group collection, or watershed collection by tapping on the ellipsis next to their name. The same can be done for groups and watersheds.
• We streamlined how posts are made and added better link previews when you paste one to share.
• Links to posts and profiles can now be opened in the app from the web — and your email!
We’re always looking for ways to make Water Reporter better. Please feel free to get in touch if you have feedback or run into problems. We’re happy to help!
Ratings and Reviews
The app will not let me save or even create a profile.
Developer Response ,
Thanks for rating and feedback. We’d be happy to help you troubleshoot. You reach out to us directly via firstname.lastname@example.org Have a great day!
The idea of this app is great
I would really like to use this app more but I am a voiceover user and not all of the features are accessible. It would be wonderful if this app could be updated so that it is completely accessible and I could interact more with the community. The idea of the app is great and I look forward to future changes where I will be able to fully take advantage of all of the features this app has to offer.
Developer Response ,
Thank you so much for the great feedback. The accessibility issue is one that we will work to get across the goal line as soon as we can. We want to include as many folks as possible and I really appreciate you bringing this to our attention.
Great concept for sharing experiences on rivers
This is a really interesting app that lets anyone take pictures outdoors. The pictures are automatically geolocated and emailed to local environmental groups that want to keep apprised of activities on their rivers. It's cool because you don't have to do any work to find the environmental groups. It's perfect for using if you see a possible pollution source threatening water quality or something really interesting that you want to share. Plus, there is a website where you scroll through other posts, explore maps and learn about updates on reports you submitted. It's an effortless way for anyone to help protect waterways and watersheds.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.