A while back, our friend Andy Hayes – that travel guy, launched a new website – Can I Drink the Water?

We thought it was brilliant.  It very simply answers the question – “is it safe to drink the water?” for over 200 countries. A very handy reference tool for travelers .

We were also impressed that he’s donating 51% of any proceeds off of the website (which is ad & affiliate supported) to charity:water.

We also thought his database structure would be a good fit for our existing State Lines infrastructure. Just instead of states, it would be countries.  So we reached out to Andy to offer to make an iPhone app version.  And he agreed.

We are pleased to announce, it is available in the App Store!  And just like the web version – 51% of the profits will be donated to charity:water.

   Can I Drink the Water? –  iPhone App

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