Human body constitutes 70% of water. Water is formed by two elements i.e. Hydrogen and Oxygen. We cannot live without Oxygen. When the levels of H20 fall below a normal level, our brain may not get enough O2 and we may suffer from various health related issues.
If you have fallen sick recently and the doctor said that you suffer from constipation or high blood pressure, you need to intake more water to reduce the pain. H20 helps in forming sweat which may have harmful bacteria, salts, etc. You can’t live without it. By this time, you may have learned that it is to keep ourselves hydrated by drinking water at regular intervals.
Despite available free of cost, people don’t drink the right quantity due to which they don’t have a healthy body.
People keep their phones with them for most time of the day. Hence, a good method of keeping oneself hydrated is by downloading a top rated water drinking app for Android. The Google Play Store has 100s of apps that let you track water intake on Android OS powered smartwatches and mobile phones or tablets. We’ve mentioned the list of best apps among them in the below paragraphs.
Water Drink Reminder app
WDR is my favorite app on this list. It is also one of the few apps that I use on a regular basis. It has 7.05 megabytes APK which support various versions of Android OS.
WDR asks users to enter the following details before they get started with it:
- Your weight.
- Wake and sleep time.
Once you enter the requested information, the Water Drinking App opens a new interface. The UI flaunts a progress bar which shows a quantity of water you should intake.
To update the progress bar, tap on the plus icon and select the amount of water you’ve consumed.
The Water Drink Reminder app maintains a log of your activities. It has a beautifully designed reporting module where you can the statistics for the day, month, year.
The app lets you save weight for a given date. If you’re thriving hard to lose weight, this feature may be useful for you. WDR supports customization. It is compatible with Samsung S health and Google Fit services. The app supports widgets and has a backup/restore function.Download WDR
Water Time Pro
WTP is another top rated app for setting water reminders. It has a large user base. It has registered over 1 million downloads on the Google play store. WTP is a powerful app that makes use of beautiful fonts and cute graphics.
The app calculates the amount of H20 you should intake daily automatically. To calculate the levels (target) manually, you must mention your gender and weight in the settings panel.
The WTP app lets you set the volume of water you consume at a given time. It also allows you to set reminders that prompt you to drink water at regular intervals. To prevent WTP from displaying notifications or playing alert sounds, you must enter the start and finish time in the reminders panel.
WTP maintains a history of your water drinking activity. It has the option to disable advertisements and widgets. Apart from water, the WTP Android app lets users track the intake of coffee, milk, tea, and juice.
APK size: Below 5 MB.Download WTP
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Hydro Coach app
The app shows the option to log in with Google account or skip to the main interface. If you don’t want to synchronize your settings and data online, select 1st option else chose 2nd. Once you login/open main UI, you’ll see a daily target in liter format.
Hydro-C app calculates the target automatically. It has the function to calculate the target manually. To do so, enter your name, select sex, enter age, and weight.
Once you enter the above details, HC app prompts to select your workout routine. Then, it asks you to enter your waking/sleeping time and the capacity of the glass which you are using to intake water. The app tracks your water drinking habit each day. It generates reports for the same.
Hydro Coach is the most intuitive app on our list. It is also the best water drinking app for Android.
APK: 22 megabytes.Download Hydro Coach
Conclusion: The apps mentioned above help millions of users drink the right quantity of water every day. They have a superb user interface and a module to backup or restore the tracked information. Are you using them? If not, then what are you waiting for?