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Dropcountr connects people and their water utilities on the mobile devices they use everyday. Dropcountr is available and convenient to customers of participating utilities on any device or desktop computer. <br><br>Download Dropcountr today to:<br>– Understand and manage your personal water use<br>– Compare usage to similar neighbors<br>– Set and reach water use goals <br>– Access valuable rebates and utility announcements <br> <br>On average, users save about 9% in monthly water use – give Dropcountr a try today to save water, time and money.
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Useful app for monitoring water consumption especially for water conservationist and environmentalist states like CA. This provided me a way to proactively detect abnormal water usage since a main line breakage cost me ~$3000 dollars in water bills, leak isolation and repair. There’s room for improvement though as I have experienced some weeks when data is not getting loaded either due to server issues or data source problems from the city database. Note also that the water bill reports on consumption may not exactly match what the app is reporting due to units being used by the city versus the app, as well as the timeframes used to capture the data. Folsom uses billing cycle which can overlap previous or next months depending on when the water utility account was opened. Dropcountr on the other hand is more specific with the month when it presents data. Hoping for the Dropcountr team to continue improving this app.
I like the idea of an app that tracks my water usage. It currently shows the monthly usage over the past 12 months. I was hoping the app would show the daily usage so that I can get a trend for the current month to be able to make adjustments. This may be a limitation of my water company instead of Dropcountr. It’s not clear how the Goal usage is determined. There doesn’t seem a way to adjust it. Also, having the same goal for every month is unrealistic given the irrigation necessary in the warmer months. Overall, while it’s useful to see the monthly usage over the last 12 months, I can see that on my monthly water bill as well so I don’t yet see the benefit of using the app.
Glad my utility offers something useful for their paying customer. RAtes keep going up but the service is the same (or worse!!). A move in the right direction.
Info is not shown in graphs as the App shows. Data is shown in varied shades of blue and have to tap into each one to get actual usage. Have never been able to get daily usage reports. Opens to a page saying “bummer” and we have the “ninjas” out working on the problem. This has been the response over months. Messages about possible leaks come a day or two after the event. I lost 14,000 gallons of water and had my water main being repaired before I received an email stating I might have a leak. High use water times often showed middle of the night hours when water is not used - maybe company use Eastern time rather than local time.
Basically just gave them access to my historical water usage and got nothing for it. Your Austin utility bill is more up to date and insightful that this app. Also they don’t even have a place for you to say how many pets you have. Dogs use water too! Please include a way for people to add this info and adjust your estimates accordingly.
Developed by Dropcountr, Inc..
Dropcountr is ranking in Utilities & Productivity
Last update was at Dec 12, 2019and the current version is v2.2.2.
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Dropcountr have a 39a user reviews.
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