How To Hydrate? iPhone app shows you

By Posted 14 May 2010, 11:08

A clever way to help keep you hydrated has just been launched for owners of the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. Absorb Water 1.0 helps users keep track of everything they consume with water content above 65%, making water drinking the easiest it has ever been.

Released by Syndicated Puzzles the app calculates your daily water intake from anything that is consumed like a bowl of soup, a glass of beer, or even an orange. There are 12 categories to choose from to help keep a user hydrated.

Absorb Water isn’t happy until a user has consumed an equivalent of at least 12 glasses of water a day. A “Mellow Yellow” chart keeps track of a user’s urine color as they improve and keep track of their personal hydration progress.

Absorb Water 1.0 is on the App Store for only $1.99. iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch required with OS 3.0 or later.

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  • Don Ramsey

    The first and best one out there is iHydrate. We use it for our teams.

  • J. Grimm, MD

    I needed such an app for my long bike trips. I first tried this app-absorb water– and was very disapointed–actually I should have known– it is developed by puzzle makers. I tried a couple of others and settled with iHydrate by th expert staff at Mobile Sports, Inc.

    ihydrate is serious about keeping us hydrated–they have a staff of experts too who provide ample articles and tips. The push alerts.

    One only needs to get dehydrated once to know that this is nothing to fool around with -go with one little more expensive (3.99) but developed with experts who have experience in hydration.

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