Get the Drip Detective iPhone iPad Water Conservation App for Free

by , 09/03/10

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Drip Detective is a smart new iPhone/iPad app that shows you exactly how much water and money is lost from a water leak. Designed with a fun, interactive interface, the app is a lot more appealing than most conservation oriented apps. Check out a demo video here or to download Drip Detective for free, check it out at the iTunes store and click on the Redeem link from the Quick Links in the upper right corner. Then, just use code: 644KAHN76YTP.


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  1. dhirschfeld September 7, 2010 at 12:25 am

    This app really pays for itself. I just downloaded it and calculated that a couple leaky faucets in my house are costing me about $7/month. They’ve been leaking for months but I was too lazy to fix them and didn’t see any hurry. I probably wouldn’t have bothered to spend the hour it took to fix them if I didn’t download Drip Detective which quickly showed how much money I’ve been wasting. For approximately the last 4 months since I noticed the leaks, I’ve wasted about $30 and an embarrassing amount of water. $1.99 price seems like a great investment.

  2. vaibhav2400 September 5, 2010 at 6:28 am

    Very useful application. Water conservation is need of the hour. Just 2.5% of the planet’s water is fresh. Less than 1% is readily available for human consumption because some of the fresh water is stored in the form of ice bergs. Still all of us use water carelessly and further to this we also ignore leak taps, pipelines and waste water.

    I think it is high time we started taking nature and our planet earth seriously and do our bit about environment, sustainability, climate change, biodiversity, clean energy, green living and so on. One great place to start would be Elpis is an online community focused on responsible living and sustainable growth. You can measure, reduce and offset your carbon footprint; set up petitions, volunteering and fundraising projects for your favourite causes; help create action plans for sustainable communities; buy a range of eco friendly products and services; and network with other people who share a common interest in a low carbon, responsible lifestyle.

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