Water is essential for life, but drinking enough of it is also one of the
easiest things to neglect. Plant Nanny² keeps track of how much water you drink
-- each glass also waters the app’s plants so you both can thrive! Every day
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As soon as I opened the game I felt like a hundred things were being thrown at my brain. While everything is very colorful and cute, it’s also very busy, and not very customizable for all that boast. Immediately I dislike that you have to change whether your water is in oz or ml AFTER the tutorial; I have no clue how to do that! It doesn’t appear that there’s actually a way to change how much water you drink with each “watering” of the plant either, which doesn’t make sense unless someone were to go the extra mile and write down on their own whether they’ve reached their goal. I’m disappointed by the lack of free plants, and that the currency is some type of clover instead of seeds? The original use of seeds always seemed rather innovative and made quite a bit of sense. While the new graphics are cute, and I appreciate the extra activity setting, everything else seems too much or far too little. Quite disappointed. Also, as a personal pet peeve, the descriptions of the plants hold spelling and grammatical mistakes, as well as split words over separate levels of text. Aesthetically very agitating! I only downloaded this because I figured it would be a good back up if my phone stopped processing the original, though I hoped I would at least enjoy it a bit more.
I would love to switch over to this version, but you can’t create different cups that hold different amounts of water like you could in the original. This makes it so that I have to go into settings and adjust the cup volume in the new app every time I drink from a different glass or bottle. This change isn’t useful unless you’re a person who only ever drinks from one special cup, and you carry that cup around with you throughout the day and evening. No one (at least that I know) does that, so that change makes the app harder to use for the majority of people! I’ll stick to the original app until that feature is added. Additionally, there’s no way (in this app or the original) to go back and add water to previous days. Some days I’m really busy and I forget to log my water, and then my plant will die because it thinks I didn’t drink anything and I have to start over again. I’m kind of surprised that feature wasn’t added to this version because it was a pretty clear drawback of the original Plant Nanny. Adding a way to go back and add water from previous days would be a huge improvement!
I hope the creators will still be updating the original Plant Nanny, because this new version falls short on the following points, for me: (1) no more options for different glasses of water - a feature I thought distinguished the original app from other health tracking apps. We don’t drink the same quantity of water every time we go for a glass of fluid! In the new version, I have to go change the custom glass size in the settings for each drink - that’s pretty inconvenient. (2) This is a personal preference, but I think the new aesthetics are too cutesy, and focused on the character rather than the plant! I want a plant, not a tamagotchi. I also like the window sill and the options for backgrounds.. Sure, the graphics could use an update, but the concept was nice - I found comfort and familiarity with having a houseplant by the window. The new background is not as relatable. (3) User interface is, yes, not as primitive as the original, but that also makes it a tad less simple and friendly. (4) This is so minor, but I thought the golden clovers was popcorn. Hehe (5) Finally, the advent of a new version seems to signal to the fact that the original will no longer be updated, and will slowly get phased out via incompatibility with newer software updates (ie. we will lose all of our precious plants and an app that works better than its successor). PLEASE KEEP UPDATING THE ORIGINAL PLANT NANNY 🙏!
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