How to Track Water Intake with Apple Watch and iPhone Using WaterMinder App

Water is the source of life, keep a track of it. Apple Watch and iPhone will help you do it easily with the help of WaterMinder app. Check the details of the app.

Water is undoubtedly the core ingredient of our survival and taking it adequately is mandatory for a healthy life. In this busy time, we often forget to drink water unless and until we feel thirst to death. But no more, as you can now easily track water intake right on your iPhone and Apple Watch.

The tracking feature isn’t part of any native Apple app; we will need to rely on a third-party app called WaterMinder. The app has support for iPhone as well as Apple Watch. It has a clean, easy, and soothing user interface, which is easy to get along for first time user as well.

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WaterMinder App Help You to Track Water Intake with Apple Watch and iPhone

You can set your goals, and the app will remind you to drink more water. This way you can never miss hydrating your body.

Also, you can input the water intake every time you drink a bottle or a spoon. The app has pre-defined cup sizes that make it easy to input the quantity of water you drink every time.

Apart from that, you can also customize your own cup size, in case you don’t find the cup size in the app. The best part about the app is that it suggests to you the ideal water intake, depending on your weight. This is a general suggestion and shouldn’t be considered as a medical suggestion. It is certainly useful for people without any medical issues.

Last but not the least, WaterMinder supports integrating the collected data to Health app. This comes in handy to manage all your data from different health tracking apps in one place.

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WaterMinder app isn’t free; it will cost you almost a couple of dollars to get it. The money is worth the features, and above all, health is priceless.

Price: $1.99
Download WaterMinder

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Jignesh Padhiyarhttps://www.igeeksblog.com
Jignesh Padhiyar is the founder of iGeeksBlog.com who has a keen eye for news, rumors and all the unusual stuff that happens around iPhone and iPad.

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