Download TrackerSavvy Widget apk 1.1.1 free for Android smartphone

19 Dec
TrackerSavvy Widget

Posted by Alportela Labs in Health & Fitness | Dec. 19, 2013 | 19 Comments

Apk file size: 104.0 KB

The TrackerSavvy Widget keeps you motivated to reach your water goal through the day.

See right from your homescreen how much water cups you have left to meet your goal, tap on it to drink it and update your records.

*** Please Note: Needs TrackerSavvy app installed to work since this widget is a plugin/add-on for it ***

How to use the widget:
• Press and hold a free spot on the homescreen until the Menu pops up
• Select "Widgets"
• Browse through the alphabetical list and select TrackerSavvy Water

Whats new

    Water icon improved
    Minor bug fixed
    Updated TrackerSavvy link

Alportela Labs part of our Health & Fitness and have average installs from 10000 to 50000. Last Update Dec. 19, 2013. Google play rating is 79.2063. Current verison is 1.1.1. Actual size 104.0 KB.

Download trackersavvy-widget.apk 104.0 KB

19 Comments

A Google User

Simple and effective, needs a little work I really like a quick to see report on how much I need to drink I hate having notices on my phone, so the number on the widget is perfect to bug me into drinking water! It is inconsistent with updating the number of glasses needed to drink, if I hit the back arrow and then home it is better but not 100%. I'd love to see a way to change the unit of measure... ie. # of liters, 16 oz glasses, etc. I would also like to be able to go higher than 18 and even higher than my goal. If I go on a long hike, I drink several more liters that day than normal whereas on a normal day 3 liters (about 12 glasses) is plenty. So I'd like to be able to set a goal but also continue checking off how much was drank above the goal. Thanks!!!

Mandy Kottas

Meh I like being able to tap a picture of a glass to count my consumption, but the home screen shortcut for the app frequently never works I'd like to be able to log more than my daily goal count and I hate that I have to install another app just to use this one. I also don't like the information it collects. Otherwise, it's pretty handy and eye-opening.

A Google User

Needs more flexibility Would like to define how many glasses of water (I need to drink 1 gal of water per day not 12 glasses)...

Sal Banchetto

Water tracker I love this. I have been looking for an app where I can track my water intake.

A Google User

Will use it daily! Needed Weight & Water tracking. This is simple to use. Love the optional add a note & update note feature. Also home page Widget is great.

Mardi McMahon

Widget doesn't update This app would be perfect if the widget updated.

A Google User

Great App. Does exactly what it say it does. Please add expense calculator for monetary entries...

A Google User

Simply wonderful! I love the simplicity of this app and my widget on my home screen. It has helped me increase my water intake. When I drink, I automatically tap my phone now. It might be nice to be able to set an ounce amount for those trying to keep track of exactly how much they are drinking. But for me, the simplicity of the app is its best feature. Thanks!

A Google User

CONFUSED...... ...Some of the glasses seem to b half-full, while others are half-empty.....consistency, dang it!...

A Google User

Tracker Savvy is available at Android Market again, and everything is back to normal. Excellent work, thank you very much!

Terri Dafoe

Doesn't work, gives instructions on what to do and refuses to work. Deleting it.

A Google User

Perfect Just what I needed!

A Google User

Butterfly509 Amazingly simple! Thank you!

A Google User

Works like It should

A Google User

Like! Great app! Easy to use!! Love historical information to see progress!

Amanda Kincaid

Widget is just a shortcut to the app I was looking for something I could quickly tap on my home screen without opening the app.

A Google User

Love it, im able to track my water and weight on one app!

Vibes & Stuf

:-D I stopped using it and I stopped drinking water. Downloading again. :)

A Google User

Bad for HTC

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