6 Essential Apps for Futuristic Bathrooms

Smartphone apps are already a huge part of our working and social lives but are starting to be brought into the home to help us out in our domestic lives too. From home security apps that tell you when your alarm is going off to fridge apps that tell you when the milk’s gone off, apps are essential to the running of any home. Here are our favourite ones for bathrooms.

The Oral B SmartSeries Bluetooth Electric Toothbrush App

(Appropriately) a bit of a mouthful, this clever app receives Bluetooth information from your toothbrush in order to keep track of your brushing routine and ensure you’re not neglecting those pearly whites.

EZ Bathroom Design

EZ Bathroom is a nifty little app that allows you to design your whole bathroom on your smartphone so you can see what works and what doesn’t before you buy. Cost-effective and fun!

Withings Smart Body Analyser 

If you’re trying to get fit or lose weight, this handy app is great for keeping track of your goals. Part of the the Withings WiFi Smart Scales system, the app takes info directly from your scales to help you keep track of your wellbeing.

Crosswater Digital Bathroom App

Want your bath to be ready for you when you get home from work? Or your shower to be running at the perfect temperature before you get in? Digital bathrooms from Crosswater can do just that via their remote control smartphone app.

Neo Smartphone Thermostat

Coming out of the shower into a cold bathroom is a thing of the past with Neo. Capable of being synced with regular heating and underfloor heating, this app will make sure the bathroom is perfectly warm before you head up for your shower.

Fake Shower

If you live in a shared house, there’s a good chance you’ll have run the shower or a tap to cover up unfortunate bathroom noises in the past but this is a huge waste of water. If you want to remain unembarrassed and save the planet then download ‘Fake Shower’, an app that replicates shower and tap noises so you can go to the bathroom in peace.

13 March 2015
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