WaterMinder Named as Apple’s Free App of the Week – $2.99 Value
Apple has revealed its free App of the Week for iOS, and this week’s title is WaterMinder. It’s a simple little app that ensures you are always hydrated.
Stay Hydrated With WaterMinder for iOS – Free for an Extremely Limited Time
A lot of people out there take water intake for granted. Scientifically, there’s a certain amount of water everyone should drink per day, depending on their weight, height and other factors. But of course, we tend to go for a glass of water whenever we feel like it. Thanks to WaterMinder though, you can rest assured that you will stay hydrated throughout the day thanks to its ingenious way of throwing reminders at the users and whatnot.
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Get help with WaterMinder®, an easy, intuitive app to track your water intake. Based on your body weight (or your personal goal), WaterMinder® will remind you to drink water to reach your daily goals. By seeing current water fill visually and in percents you will instantly know how well you are hydrated!
If you happen to have an Apple Watch, then you will be pleased to learn that the app will send you reminders straight to your wrist. But that’s not all, it will show you your current intake, topped off with the history of your intake and more.
WaterMinder costs $2.99 on a regular day, but courtesy of Apple, you can download it absolutely free for an entire week. Simply tap on the link below to go straight to the download page and kick off the download.
It’s worth mentioning here that the app requires at least iOS 8 installed on your device otherwise it won’t work at all. We are sure you are currently sitting above that requirement, but still, putting it out there for everyone to know.
If health and fitness are at the top of your list then I highly recommend downloading and using WaterMinder. It’s a nifty little piece of software that ensure good health while motivating you to go even further.
Let us know in the comments section what you think about WaterMinder.