Waterbot – A Reminder To Water Your Plants With Multiple Schedules Supported

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If you have lots of various flowers, crops, or succulents with varying need of water, this app is the solution. WaterBot is easy to master and to use.

Rating:
8.5/10
Waterbot app logo
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There are special reminders developed for some specific needs (like taking pills), and they are quite demanded due to convenience for some specific tasks. WaterBot is just this type of app: if you have multiple plants in your garden or home, with varying needs in water, you can create reminders for each of them and get notified for them separately.

Set It Up Yourself

The interface of WaterBot looks extremely simple; you may find for some hidden menus, tap buttons, swipe, drag corners, but no, it is this minimal. It’s the design meant to provide the most freedom for you as the owner of the garden.

Getting started with WaterBot is easy. Tap the central button to create a recurring reminder for a certain plant. For example, if it’s a cactus, it needs rare and moderate watering; but if you grow cucumbers, they need even rich watering, vaporing out the excess. There are flowers and plants that need watering once a week or every three days, and so on. If you grow, you must know; or google, okay. To mark any single reminder, you may select an icon within the app or take a picture of that very plant or bush, or a tree, or whatever.

Any Complications?

Well, the simplicity of this app makes me wonder what if other developers acted the same way; how many hours of my life would I have saved! Still, as I got into reading reviews, I found out that not everyone finds it as easy as I do. The lack of tutorials was unnoticed by me; other users complain about it.

There are some counter-intuitive actions, and that’s why the tutorial would be even more necessary. For example, marking the plant as watered (after you get the alert) requires resetting the timer. Why not a box to tick, or a switch? Okay, there is no iOS app (another thing to rant about), so a box would do better. But it’s not there.

Instead, we have ads. Not that they are too annoying like mosquitos around my bench, but there isn’t even an option to pay once and get rid of them forever. I know, it’s not the sort of app anyone would subscribe to. But a single payment, as a reward for Mr. Kosev for developing such a useful thing, is quite real! But no; displaying ads is probably better. Why not, anyway; ads are here not to spoil you anything.

Pros:
  • Multiple recurring reminders supported;
  • Icons and custom pictures for them;
  • Text comments for various reminders;
  • Extremely easy to use;
  • No presets that might get you off your thoughts.

Cons:
  • No instruction or tutorial either in the app or in the store;
  • No option of shifting the starting date;
  • Some actions (like marking plants as watered) are sophisticated;
  • No iOS version;
  • No option to turn off ads.

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Keep Them Watered

These basic apps can save you lots of hard work, and so, if you are into gardening, you must find 2MB for this reminder. By the way, it can be used for any periodical activities; but first of all, it’s a gardener’s tool. And it’s available for free; even if you don’t need it right now, you may tomorrow. The simplest reminder I’ve seen, and, probably, the most useful.

Waterbot: Plants Watering + Gardening

Developer: Nikola Kosev
Content Rating: Rated for 3+

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