Last Updated on: 19th April 2016, 07:49 pm

Maybe life has passed me bye. That could be. I am, after all, closer to 40 than I am to 30. But rather than slowly come to terms with my advancing age as I mutter about these damn kids today with their widgets and bobbles, I’d rather think that no matter your age, you, like me, will wonder who in the hell this Pee & See app is supposed to be for. Seriously, it’s right up there with all those things that periodically remind you to move.

Pee & See is a simple hydration reminder app based on pee logging. 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).

There are many ways to easily log pees with Pee & See:
• Open the app and tap the big Log Pee button
• Open your Notification Center and use the Today Widget
• Tap one of the actions on a Notification (great for Apple Watch)
• Log from the app icon on devices that support 3D Touch

Adjust the Quiet Hours in the app to avoid notifications when you’re asleep.

And, see where you stack up on the Leaderboard. Don’t break that streak!

Pee & See does not provide medical advice, and the app is not intended to diagnose or treat any medical conditions. It’s just a fun way to remember to drink more water!

Because somewhere out there, there is a person who has never felt the sensation of thirst, repeatedly fallen into medical distress because of it and said to himself “dammit, if only I’d put “hydrate self” into my calendar today none of this would be happening.”

And it has a leaderboard! I don’t even…and look, it’s even new and improved in the latest update.

• Improved the Leaderboard to show all the active urinators instead of just the top 100 (and I added pull-to-refresh, in case you want something more to do in the app when you’re bored in between pees)

I’m not going to ask who begged for that feature, because I think it’s a question that pretty much answers itself. I’m not even going to make a pull to refresh joke. I will, however, make a friendly suggestion. Your app is designed specifically to promote the intake of and monitor the expulsion of liquid. How did you not call it a litreboard? Come on, that’s gold.

I don’t know how to end this. Maybe I’ll contemplate it as I pour a big glass of water. Yeah, now that I’m so worked up that I’m practically sweating that seems like a good idea.

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