Developer: Raj Kumar Shaw
Current Version: 1.1
Last Updated: 2 years ago
Download Size: 4.8 MB - Download
Water break allows you to set your desired water intake intervals during your busy day. Simply set up your schedule and the app will remind you in an elegant way to consume your desired water requirements.
If only our lives could be this simple.
Water break is now available on your iPhone and iPad as well!
minor issues fixes...
Most Helpful Reviews
Very Nice - Does exactly what it says. Though one issue I noticed, is sometimes the timer triggers in a different time than the usually, but it is not effecting me much, as long as I'm getting enough water everyday. Suggested improvements is a click counter to count the number of glasses, setting the size of the glasses, and showing the number of Ozs.
App does not work - not compatible with OS X 10.9 don’t waste your money - Those who have called this spectacular must have a low threshold. I really don’t get how this works. The thing never starts at the right time, the snooze options don’t work, it doesn’t necessarily keep track of what you consume, just bugs you to drink and if the reminders and logs are not working right, it is only frustrating instead of helpful. I think there must be some bugs the developer must be working on. Not sure it was actually worth the 99 cents! Sorry! UPDATE - the app information says it is compatible with OS X 10.6 or later, but that is NOT TRUE! I sent a message to the developer and they told me it would not be compatible, that they have no planned update to this to make it compatible, and they offered me no refund. SWINDLED - DON’T WASTE YOUR MONEY!!!!
More Reviews for Current Version
Simple, does what it’s designed to do, works with El Capitan - No refinements* with this version, but at least we know the developer is supporting it. The design is good for setting both a countdown alarm to get up and stretch for a duration and for up to eight water break time alarms. All user customizable. The sounds are beautiful, the lighting effect for alerts is nice, and the animation gets in the way enough to really get your attention without being annoying; and a simple click to ignore it if you want. * I don’t think this app needs more features—the developer specializes in making simple solutions for common little problems— but there is some room for improvement of the app design: 1) the main timer can only be set with a slider control that doesn’t snap to common durations, with no value entry box, 2) the 8 water break alarms are absolute, meaning if you ignore one the interval to the next one will be shorter, 3) there’s no easy pause/resume (which should be to click on the big useless water glass image, 4) maybe animate the water level in that glass, just for fun, and animate the menu bar icon to show remaining time (water in the glass)? It’s better than OK; it’s a good app. But it’s not yet great:)