Flush - Toilet Finder & Map

Flush - Toilet Finder & Map

By JRustonApps B.V.

  • Category: Lifestyle
  • Release Date: 2015-01-14
  • Current Version: 2.2.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 83.35 MB
  • Developer: JRustonApps B.V.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.3 or later.
Score: 4.57672
From 1,486 Ratings


Flush Toilet Finder is the quickest, simplest way of finding a public bathroom or restroom. Simply open the app and it will display the nearest toilets to you. It's free, no in-app purchases and has over 190,000 bathrooms in its database. You can even search for restrooms without an internet connection! - Search through 190,000 public loos all around the world! - Find which WC's have disabled access, a fee for usage or require a key! - Get immediate directions on how to locate them! - Add a toilet to increase our list of toilets and improve the app for everyone! - Rate and report a toilet by swiping to the left on a toilet in the list! - Support for the latest iPhone and iPad models. When you're walking around and need the bathroom, don't wait. Install Flush Toilet Finder today and you'll be at a public restroom in minutes. This is the ad-supported version of Flush Toilet Finder Pro and is similar to other apps such as SitOrSquat.



  • Fails to indicate if bathrooms are closed

    By fjjdgfhyhjjjh55556
    In my moment of need this app betrayed me. It was 8pm and I needed a bathroom urgently and every bathroom the app showed me within walking distance actually closed at 5pm. No indication in the app. YOU HAD ONE JOB TO DO!
  • Uh...not Apple Watch

    By de388fan
    Downloaded this as a quick way on my wrist to find a bathroom for the kids. Not an Apple Watch app...not sure why it’s listed here
  • Excellent

    By pjs2019
    Very helpful With over 75% of the population dehydrated it is important to stay hydrated This app helps
  • Wrong location

    By LtlRedX
    App shows toilet at wrong location, potentially disastrous!! No way to notify of bad location info or change location within app. This throws the whole app into question. If it doesn’t have the correct address for a filling station bathroom how many others have the wrong location as well? Updated response to developer: The only options for reporting are: ‘no longer available’ ‘disabled facilites’ ‘a key is required’ & ‘there is a fee’. There are no options for location is incorrect nor is there a way to choose to enter in my specific issue.
  • Needs promised improvements 🚽

    By Yowzoe
    I added a restroom site. You should too - it takes under 2 minutes. Pretty-well thought-out and elegant app for finding a place to poo that gives some detail, such as whether there’s a fee, if it requires a key, and if it’s disabled-accessible. It’s missing user-submitted reviews, photos, and narrative details that a competing app (by the toilet paper company Charmin) offers in the U.S. You can favorite a restroom for future use (like when you’re passing through a sh**hole like Chehalis on I-5 a couple of times a year and want to remember the optimal place to pinch a loaf, drop a deposit, dump a tr@#p, etc.). That’s too bad, because this app (Flush) has a much nicer design, and also more listings (at least in my area) Then the competing sit or squat at by Charmin. This could be the Yelp of public restrooms. btw, it’s hard to find out how to pay for the ad-free version (which is 2 bucks). There doesn’t seem to any in-app settings.
  • Used this app for a few years now.

    By melbarre
    Great for road trips as well as just out and about. What I like about it is the app is easy to use. You can also rate facility as well report on the facility. After all of these years, for the first time, I just NOW ran into a "bathroom no longer available" (business went out of business) and I was easily able to report that. I always recommend this app to people so I figure I would go ahead and write a review.
  • Lifesaver app

    By rsEngineer
    This is one of my least used but extremely appreciated lifesafer app when i need it!
  • Why not use social networking?

    By JayThompson99
    Half the bathrooms that are listed around me are personal residences. How are these classified as public bathrooms? Why not use the public to verify or confirm the existence of a facility and include other details? Why can’t the public add suggestions and then have the developer approve the place? Not ready for prime time
  • Good idea but...

    By TG1964
    It doesn’t seem to tell you how far away any of the listed bathrooms are from your location? Then, it told me a bathroom that’s 10 minutes from my house was over two hours away. That bathroom is also closed as is the business but no way to report it to the app. I downloaded a different app instead. This one has promise but needs work.
  • poop

    By poop barber
    10/10 LOL lots of liquid call me the poop barber