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Frequently Asked Questions
Ah, that's a good first question. Where to Wee is an iPhone app that helps you find restrooms of the clean variety. It can also help you find disgusting ones, but more on that later.
While possibly more information than necessary, you bring up a good point. People go to the restroom (hopefully) every day, and with millions of restrooms worldwide, there are a lot to choose from, from rusty buckets to restrooms bigger than a suburban household. With so many options, there needs to be a way to find the best and the brightest, and to dump the rest (no pun intended).
While it's our dream to have a metal detector-esque restroom locator, Where to Wee works in a more practical way. Using our comprehensive online database, locations and reviews of restrooms all over the world are stored, then, using your iPhone's (or iPod Touch's) current location, Where to Wee displays the restrooms nearest you. Just like in this screenshot:
From there, you can find what kind of amenities the restroom has, what others have rated it, and what it looks like. Even if you don't have an iPhone yet, our website database is fun to use too.
That's easy peasy. Just go the App Store on your iPhone, or download it from the iTunes store on your trusty computer. But as you're on a street corner, it's better go with the first option, then.
O.K, so I’ve downloaded the app and found the cutest little restroom- and I mean really cute; there are pink pandas and flowers everywhere. I want to give this restroom a really good review- what do I do!?
That's easy too. Just click on the stars at the bottom right-had corner of the screen, adjust the rating indicators according to how pleasant or putrid the restroom experience was, and you're done. Take a look:
The beauty of the English language is its ability to have too many names for things. Loo, potty, throne, crapper, washroom, bathroom, the neighbor's rose garden: all of these (except for maybe the last one) can be used to describe the place where we tend to the call of nature. For consistency, we opted for restroom as the standard terminology.
The world of Where to Wee depends on the accuracy of our restroom database. And our restroom database depends on users helping build it. While we've gone to great lengths to fill in the blanks for a lot of restrooms, cataloging every one just isn't possible, and for us to rate every restroom, well, that would require just too many fluids.
Yup, you sure can. Just download the app and have at it, or start rating restrooms on our website. From there, Where to Wee can become an accurate place to find clean and interesting restrooms, and keep the toilet of fun flushing forever.
Sure, you can! But then everyone with Where to Wee will be able to see your restroom, and think that they can come knocking when they've gotta go, and nobody wants to be the one to tell them that they've "gotta go." while the thought of bringing the world together one restroom at a time is a warming one, having people post their private restrooms has too many complications. Great idea though!
We'd love to give a voice to those who have had horrible (or amazing) restroom experiences, but that voice is sometimes loud, obnoxious, and possessing a vocabulary that would make even the saltiest of sailors turn a certain shade of red. So, at the moment, comments are a moderation nightmare. In future releases, however, that (slightly muted) voice may yet be heard.
Suggestions are what keeps Where to Wee's toilet bowl clean! We love hearing the plop of feedback! Ideas are the plunger that keeps us unclogged! Okay, those puns were draining. Crap! Another one!
Ahem- yes, we need and want feedback! Send it to email@example.com.
That's not really a question, but thanks! Don't fall in.