One You Drinks Tracker
By Public Health England
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Drinking a bit too much can sneak up on you. Our free drinks tracker app makes it easy to keep an eye on the booze and take control with daily tips and feedback.
One You is here to help you live more healthily and make the changes that matter. Once you start to keep track, you might be surprised by how many units you drink and how much money you’re spending!
Download the One You Drinks Tracker app today and use it to:
• Easily keep track of how much you are drinking over the week and beyond
• Use the Drinks Manager to spot when you’re overdoing it
• See how much you're spending on alcohol, its might be more than you thought!
• Learn more about the risks and how many units you’re consuming
• Get practical tips on cutting down, such as having alcohol free days, not drinking at home before you go out, or swapping to lower alcohol or alcohol free drinks.
The previous version was better
I had no idea that there was a new app until I realised that all of my old data was not being saved & that included my Xmas 2016 drinking ! This was the first disappointment- the 2nd being the new version. I don't want to know how much my drinks cost - I find the cost feature particularly irritating. The app is also horrible to look at. Bring back the previous version...
Couple of UI tweaks required
At first sight seems like there are too many steps when adding a drink - but I might get used to it. Adding a drink became easier when I realised there was a "recent drinks" option. But I then couldn't find any way to delete a drink I added by mistake.
Otherwise seems like it should do the job.
Not thought through
If we accept that 14 units is the threshold between acceptable and unacceptable risk (a big IF, but that is what the app is predicated upon), it is in fact possible to exceed 14 units within 7 days on an almost weekly basis without the app identifying that the risk has risen above 'low'. This is because it uses fixed weeks, rather than a moving point 'rolling' 7 day week. It should have been checked by someone who understood the statistics behind it. Poor.
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- Category: Health & Fitness
- Released: 05 March 2016
- Version: 1.0
- Size: 16.7 MB
- Language: English
- Developer: Public Health England
- © Public Health England, 2016
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.