Waterlogged Reminds You To Drink More Water, Helps You Avoid Overeating

iOS: Water can help curb your appetite and is vital for your health, so you want to make sure you get enough. Waterlogged is an iPhone app that can help you track your intake with minimal effort and analyse past data for an accurate look at your water consumption.

Tracking is really easy because you just have to enter glasses and water bottles once. Every time you drink a (partial) glass or bottle of water you can just choose it from a list (completely with photos, if you add them) and it will be added to your tally. Waterlogged will also let you set reminders so you don't go too long without something to drink (though bear in mind that the oft-quoted eight glasses a day figure is largely a myth).

Waterlogged is a free app, but in-app purchases ($2.49 per year or $3.99 forever) buy you no ads, unlimited reminders, and detailed tracking drinking graphs.

Waterlogged [iTunes App Store]


    We have become so useless we need an app to remind us to replenish our bodies.

    What have we become?

    Thanks for bringing this one to my attention. It was an app idea I wrote down just yesterday and I was going to start research for it today. Thanks for saving me the work =)

    This is absolute CRAP! you should only drink water when you are thirsty, it is rubbish to think that there is a set amount of glasses you should be drinking each day as everyone's bodies are different and we all have different requirements.

      That is 100% true, the 8 glasses per day is a myth, that much water could actually be harmful to the body.

        I just use the old fashioned "what colour is my pee" scale, not clear means get more into me ... pretty simple and got me this far in life

      ROFL. You two obviously have no idea, and fall victim to everything the internet says. Any medical expert will tell you that you should have *minimum* of 2 LITRES per day!

        Actually, a medical expert will tell you it varies depending on your body size, and that it doesn't all have to be plain water.

          I was told by my doctor an average adult needs about 3 litres of fluids a day, 1 of which is usually from food. So i think that's where the 2 litres comes from.

            Exactly, thank you.

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