About Plant Nanny
Plant Nanny develops an app that helps users keep track of how much water they drink. Each glass of water also waters the virtual plants in the app so that the user and the plant can hydrate and grow together. The app also offers advice and information on how much water intake a person should be getting based on body mass, as well as tracking features and reminders.
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May 24, 2021
Taiwan-based app developer Fourdesire launches upgraded version of Plant Nanny² to help users stay hydrated throughout the day News provided by Share this article Share this article TAIPEI, May 24, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Fourdesire announces the release of the upgraded Plant Nanny² app, aiming to help users improve their water drinking habits and remain hydrated while having a fun-filled experience. Launched in 2019, Plant Nanny² is the playful, gamified water intake tracking app named the Best App by Google Play in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Thailand, Indonesia, Italy and Spain the same year. Fourdesire is now relaunching Plant Nanny² with premium features. Users can subscribe to the new daily hydration plan, an ads-free version that enables them to create and grow their own customized plant with unique personality and dialogue pop-ups. Plant Nanny² now offers even more customization, reminders, and visually appealing plants to encourage users to drink more water and live a healthy life. Upon registration, the user needs to input some personal information such as height, weight and activity levels. Plant Nanny² will then recommend the daily water intake and send alerts to remind the user to drink water. By drinking, the user also waters the app's plant. When the user achieves that objective, the plant will look happy, indicating the user is adequately hydrated. But if the user somehow skips a drink, the plant will be sad and become depressed if not watered regularly. Plant Nanny² has rapidly gained popularity, especially in the U.S. Only one year after its launch, the app has amassed over five million fans globally, with American users accounting for 25% of the total. Its U.S. fan base continues to amplify, showing a significant 30% increase this year to date. Fourdesire is now relaunching Plant Nanny² with premium features. Users can subscribe to the new daily hydration plan, an ads-free version that enables them to create and grow their own customized plant with unique personality and dialogue pop-ups. "Users particularly like our super cute plants and having the ability to customize certain features," Wei-Fan Chen , CEO and founder of Fourdesire, explained. "That is why, this time, we're focusing our efforts on developing an upgraded Plant Nanny² to offer even more customization and visually appealing plants. We hope this will encourage users to drink more water and live a healthy life." Fourdesire is offering a free, seven-day trial for the enhanced wellness app, which will be available for download on Google Play and in the App Store from May 24 onward. The relaunch comes just a few months after the Taiwanese developer announced their surpassing 30 million downloads earlier this year. To learn more and download the Plant Nanny² app (FREE), please visit:
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Plant Nanny's headquarters is located at Taipei.
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