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Pee & See

Finally, an easy way to remember to drink more water!

Pee & See is a simple water reminder app. It doesn't need to know when you drink water or how much you drink.

Instead, just tap one button every time you go to the bathroom!

When you haven't peed for 3 hours you'll get a reminder to drink water (except at night).

Pee & See turns drinking more water into a game.

"It's the number 1 number 1 app!"

There are 6 easy ways to log pees with Pee & See:
• Open the app and tap the big "Log Pee" button
• Log a pee from the Widget, without opening the app
• Tap one of the actions on a notification
• Log from the app icon on devices that support 3D Touch
• Install the Apple Watch app and Complication so you're always just two taps away from logging a pee
• Manually enter the date and time for pees you forgot to log

Adjust the Quiet Hours setting in the app to avoid notifications while you're asleep.

See where you stack up against other urinators on the Leaderboard. Don't break that streak!

You can also use it as a simple pee tracker, and export your data as a CSV.

Decide when you want your first reminder, anywhere from 1–5 hours after you last peed.

Pee & See does not provide medical advice. It is not intended to diagnose or treat any medical conditions. It's just a fun way to remember to drink more water or track your pees! You may find it helpful for:
- getting well hydrated to prevent hangovers
- avoiding kidney stones by drinking a lot of water
- monitoring symptoms of BPH and other prostate conditions

If you choose to purchase subscription, payment will be charged to your iTunes account, and your account will be charged for renewal 24-hours prior to the end of the current period. Auto-renewal may be turned off at any time by going to your settings in the iTunes Store after purchase.


—— The Story Behind Pee & See ——

I was sick of getting headaches.

It seemed like every few weeks I’d lose productivity for half a day or more. My head hurt so badly I didn’t feel like I could do anything.

As I laid in bed with a headache, I thought they might be happening when I hadn’t been drinking much water during the days before.

What would be the easiest way to remind myself to drink water, when I need it most?

I knew there were apps to remind me to drink water based on the amount I drank, but that seemed silly. How would I track the exact amount of water I drank? Would I need a special cup with lines on it? Would I only refill when it was completely empty? And what if I was working out in the heat? Wouldn’t I need more water than if I were just sitting around in air conditioning all day?

I hypothesized that if I kept track of when I peed I might be able to use that data to give myself reminders to drink water when I hadn’t peed in a long time.

I built a simple website with basic pee logging features that I started using myself. After experimenting with the concept on my own for a year, I saw some potential.

Even though I had little experience making iPhone apps and had to learn as I went, I built a prototype of this app, and gave it to a few friends to test. The people who were really committed to drinking more water loved it. So, I released the app to the world in April 2016 and I’ve been improving it little by little since then as I learn more about what users want and learn more about how to make good iPhone and Apple Watch apps.

My mission with this app is to have a positive impact on the world by helping people stay hydrated. I’m not one of the best iPhone developers out there (I just started learning iOS development a few years ago), but I’m committed to improving the experience of this app as I improve my skills.

Thank you for joining me on my mission to help the world stay hydrated. The greatest compliment you can give me is a recommendation of this app to a friend or family member!

- John Ganotis, creator of Pee & See
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Ganotis Holdings, Inc.