5 best ‘drinking water’ apps for your phone

drinking water fountain apps

Great free phone apps to help you find drinking water fountains and ensure you drink enough water.

With hectic lifestyles and hundreds of other things to keep track of, how can you also make sure you’re getting enough water? Here are some of the best free apps to track your water intake and make your life a bit easier!

 1. WaterLogged – iPhone

WaterLogged keeps track of how much water you’ve had to drink. Anytime you drink water, you can easily apply the amount of water you drank towards your chosen daily total.

 2. TapIt Water – iPhone

This is more than just an app; it’s a network of places, found using GPS, where you can refill your water bottle…free of charge!

 3.  OasisPlaces – iPhone

OasisPlaces allows users of the app to find and share the locations of free drinking water fountains. Users can upload a picture of the water fountain and review of the quality of the water from it using a 5 star rating system.

 4. WeTap – Android

WeTap was designed to help bring back free drinking water via public water fountains. It allows you to find and add water fountains for other users, but it also has a feature to report broken fountains so they can be fixed.

5. Carbodroid – Android

Carbodroid keeps track of your drinking water intake to help you reach your daily goal, using an animated droid who helps keep you motivated to drink more water. You can also set an alarm to remind you to drink more water during the day.

Drinking Water Fountains US supports any efforts to encourage people to not only drink more water, but also to take advantage of the free water on offer from drinking water fountains across the country.

kayleigh

kayleigh

Kayleigh Clerkin is a part-time journalist who writes articles for Drinking Waters UK - one of the UK's largest suppliers of drinking water products including water fountains, water coolers, water filters, distilled water and spring water.
 

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