Philips Sonicare Android App Helps You Get Whiter Teeth

When it comes to the Internet of Things, everything seems to be connected these days. Including your toothbrush. If you own the Philips Sonicare FlexCare Platinum Connected Toothbrush, you can actually use this Android app to keep track of how your teeth are doing. It works as your own personal coach to drive you forward and make your teeth more healthy. It'll help you reach your goals, whether that be whiter teeth, fresher breath or healthier gums, it'll help with all of that. You can set a goal within the app and it will tack your performance and give you personalized feedback to get you to your goals.

 

With the Philips Sonicare app, you can help make every moment count. As we all know, not everyone has the same set of teeth, so this app lets you focus on the right habits for the healthiest mouth possible. The app aims to be a whole new way of looking after your oral health. Best of all, this app is recommended by dentists. They are able to set trouble spots like bleeding or recession during a check-up so the advice from these dental professionals is easier to follow in between dental visits. The app also shows you when you need to replace the brush head on your toothbrush, so that it'll still work perfectly.

Now keep in mind that to use this app, you will need to pick up the Philips Sonicare FlexCare Platinum Connected toothbrush for it to work properly. This toothbrush will cost you about $150, so it's not cheap, but if you're into connected things like this, it's definitely going to be worth the money alone to be able keep track of your trouble spots when brushing your teeth and giving you a more healthy mouth. Now the app is free, and technically there are no in-app purchases. Just remember that you do need to buy that toothbrush (and that's the only model that is compatible at this time) in order for the app to work properly. You can pick up the Philips Sonicare app from the Google Play Store today.

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