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GlassAppZ Review – CamelBak Thirst

Category : App Reviewz · (1) Comment · by September 10, 2013

Delirium, vomiting, and unconsciousness are all serious effects of being dehydrated.  Do you see the importance of drinking water now?  The recommended amount of water is 9 to 13 cups a day.  Unfortunately, I hardly drink this much water, and most likely I am not the only one.  It is like I need a reminder, otherwise drinking water is at the bottom of my to-do list.  If you are having issues staying hydrated, CamelBak Thirst has your back.  CamelBak Thirst is looking for inventive ways to help individuals create better habits and healthier lifestyles.

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CamelBak is reinventing the way people hydrate and perform.  In 1989, the company started the hands-free hydration industry with bottles and backpacks.  Almost 24 years later, CamelBak takes these hydration techniques to the next level by creating the first hydration app for Google Glass.  After accepting the terms of service, customize your scheduled reminders.  The option to send 3 reminders per day is available, but if you do not stay on top of deleting them, your timeline is bound to become cluttered.  Shortly after saving your reminders, you will start receiving cards.

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CamelBak Thirst is a moderately active application compared to existing glassware.  Usually I will receive around 5 to 7 cards within a day.  This app has more to offer than just hydration reminders.  CamelBak Thirst detects your location to send you weather conditions.  The weather cards provide the temperature, different forecasts (cloudy, rainy, or clear), and a reminder to stay hydrated.  The best part about CamelBak Thirst are the tips.  A few tips are common sense, but there are many helpful, educational tips too.  Overall, this glassware can be extremely beneficial to consumers.  For more information about CamelBak Thirst, check out the video below.  Remember, hydration is important.

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