Waterlogged — Drink More Water 12+

Daily Hydration Tracker

Day Logger, Inc.

Designed for iPad

    • 4.4 • 3.1K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

Are you drinking enough water?

Waterlogged provides personalized charts and reminders to help you stay healthy and hydrated. Users can easily view their progress in meeting daily water drinking goals and customize the app based on the size and type of glass or water bottle.

Drink more water so you can crush your workout later.

Application Features:
- Apply custom photos to your cups to quickly record water intake
- Include oz, mL, L and other volume measurements for tracking
- Graphs to visually monitor your water consumption by day, week or year
- Fully integrated with Apple Health, Fitbit, MyFitnessPal & more! (Premium)
- Unlock reminders to help you build good hydration habits (Premium)

10 Benefits of Drinking More Water:
1. Increases Energy & Relieves Fatigue
2. Promotes Weight Loss
3. Flushes Out Toxins
4. Improves Skin Complexion
5. Maintains Regularity
6. Boosts Immune System
7. Natural Headache Remedy
8. Prevents Cramps and Sprains
9. Maintains Body Temperature
10. Puts You in a Sunny Good Mood

Download the app now to set your daily goal! Takes less than a minute a day to improve your health. See why it's been featured by Dr. Oz, Lifehacker, Health Advocate, the Quench and more!

Read more about Waterlogged: http://blog.healthadvocate.com/2014/07/track-your-daily-water-intake-with-the-waterlogged-app/

What’s New

Version 2.18

· Improved notifications for iOS 15.
· Fixed UI for iOS 15.
· Fixed confetti celebration when goal is met.

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
3.1K Ratings

3.1K Ratings

Wordy543 ,

Best water tracking app I’ve found

I’ve been looking for a good water tracking app for a while. I tried the ones that you have to keep things alive and while those were fun I also felt like it was to much pressure and I found myself cheating just to keep the creature alive (I know, ridiculous right?). Anyway, this one works perfect for me. It tracks everything without the pressure. I can set up the reminders as I need them. I also like that the water goal is customizable. Some other apps set the goal by your weight but that is not always how you should be determining how much water you should be drinking.

Older reviews said that if you paid for the premium that it does not work and sync to Apple Health or MyFitnessPal, but I have had zero issues. It has been awesome that it inputs it right in there for me! One less step for me to do since I would always forget to add that in MFP. Definitely worth the extra money for the reminders and for it to sync (and no ads).

I also like that it tracks other liquids as well. The one thing that I would like is to be able to add an other liquid container to my favorites. If I know everyday that I’m going to be drinking 8oz of milk or a protein shake I would like to just be able to quickly add that rather than add it manually. But I also realize the main point of this is to track water, so I won’t complain too much. Overall, this is a great app!

No it wasn't good ,

Great App

The layout is simple and it’s awesome to be able to preset liquid amounts I drink often (like seltzer cans or water bottle) so that they’re easy to click and add to my intake. I also like how the water in the bottle moves around if you tip your phone—though it sometimes glitches, which is fine since it’s inconsequential and a little funny.
It’s also thankfully very easy it is to go into your history and delete something if you mislog, and easy to view history in general. The daily goal setting is great too, and you get a little confetti celebration every time you reach it after missing for a day or more. The ads are minimal and always have an X (I don’t think there’s even a time limit, and if there is it’s less than 5 seconds). I probably only get one or two a day.
All in all, great app and completely worth downloading it.

teesee5 ,

Doesn’t work anymore sad to say!

I had this free app when I was on iOS 10, 11 and 12 then when I updated to IOS 14.8, it doesn’t work. Before, I thought it was a really cool app and it really helped me out. I would set reminders and it would give off an alarm like rain or bubbles and it really worked well. Now all I get is just a page with the bottle on it and I can’t go in to anything in the app. What is confusing to me is that the app pops up saying that it wants me to upgrade to iOS 15 but that’s deceiving because on the App Store it says this is supposed to work with 14.0. I have deleted this app and reinstalled it three times—it won’t work so now it’s worthless and I’ve been trying to find something else but I don’t want a bunch of bells and whistles. I just want a basic app that will set off a little alarm to tell me to drink water because I will go the whole day without drinking until the evening when I’m dehydrated. That was basically the whole reason why I first got this Smart phone because my daughter showed me this app and I thought it could really help my health and prevent all the kidneys stones. Ugh!

App Privacy

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

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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