Proper hydration is crucial if you want to keep fit and stay healthy. You will get more from your workouts by staying properly hydrated, plus there is a range of other physical and mental health benefits.
We all need to maintain a certain level of hydration to survive. However, ensuring you drink enough for proper hydration is a different matter. With the hustle and bustle of daily life, it is easy to forget to drink enough.
This is where FitnessView comes in. You can use FitnessView to quickly and easily keep track of your hydration progress throughout the day. You can also look back on your historical stats to check past performance.
With the premium version of FitnessView, you can also record when you have a drink to keep your daily hydration stats up to date. FitnessView also reads data from Apple Health so it will instantly update when you record a drink using another app. WaterMinder is a good example.
FitnessView Hydration Dashboards and Visuals
You have multiple options in FitnessView to keep track of your hydration levels.
You can view your hydration progress and historical stats by opening the FitnessView app.
Tapping on the Water goal brings you to the detail screen where you can add drinks.
Scroll down further to see stats about your hydration goal and progress.
Tapping on More Insights brings you to the statistics section of FitnessView where you see additional information, including historical data.
Back on the Water detail screen, scroll to the bottom to see a summary of the drinks you have logged for that day.
Home Screen View With FitnessView Widgets
You can also add a FitnessView widget to the home screen of your phone so you can see your hydration progress without the need to open the app.
Apple Watch Complication
FitnessView has a number of Apple Watch complication options. This includes adding a hydration view to your watch face.
Changing Water & Hydration Settings in FitnessView
1. Tap on Water on the FitnessView home screen.
2. Scroll to the bottom of the screen and tap on Settings.
3. Use the toggle switch to make the water goal active or inactive.
4. Tap Goal to adjust your daily hydration goal from the pre-set goal in FitnessView.
5. Change the unit of measurement between US oz, UK oz, and mL.
6. Change the color of the goal.
7. Update the Quick Add options to match the drinks you consume regularly. Tap on any of the existing options to edit them.
8. Tap Manage Permissions to update your permission settings in Apple Health.