Launch of New Hydration Tracker & Reminder App

Most of us don’t drink enough water on a daily basis to stay fully hydrated; this is a problem, because dehydration affects your body in several ways.

Good hydration helps you in multiple ways:

Helps you balance your diet Clears your skin Helps your mood Increases your metabolism Helps you lose weight Helps you develop healthy habits

If you find yourself having trouble remembering how much water you’ve had to drink, help is on the way: a new app for your Android or your iPhone is launching – the Daily Water Tracker & Reminder, by Oleksandr Kirichenko.

This new app helps you reach your water intake goals; your recommended daily water intake is based on your weight and body build, and the app is customizable to your needs. It helps you stay on track to meet your hydration goals.

The Daily Water Tracker & Hydration app features a clean and intuitive user interface, to help you easily set your intake goal recommendation and reminders; it also has motivational achievements to spur your commitment to reach your goals. You can customize your cup, and track your intake in US ounces, UK ounces, milliliters or liters. The app keeps a detailed history, and will graph your data – it’s a water log waiting for you to use.

While water is the preferred beverage, the app tracks a wide variety of beverages, and allows you to create your own – input your beverage and track it.

Daily Water Tracker & Reminder is not a medical app, and is not intended to replace your medical provider. Should you want to use the app for medical purposes, please consult with medical provider before doing so.

Media Contact: 

Oleksandr Kirichenko

contact@oleksandrkirichenko.com

Isfeldstraße 25 22589 Hamburg Deutschland

https://oleksandrkirichenko.com/app-water-reminder.html

https://itunes.apple.com/app/apple-store/id1459495108

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.numen.water.reminder

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