HydroApps Partners

Our industry partnerships are part of what makes HydroApps unique. Each of our partnerships seek to further promote aquatic safety, sustainability, and compliance throughout the industry, and in some cases, our partners collaborated with us to help produce HydroApps applications.


HydroApps and Amilia's partnership leverages two platforms to create a powerhouse for digital documentation, community engagement, and e-commerce, connecting the dots between internal and customer-facing systems.

Association of Aquatic Professionals

HydroApps and the Association of Aquatic Professionals support aquatic professionals in making a positive impact on their communities through the use of HydroApps. Together with the AOAP, we promote enhanced risk management, water safety, and drowning prevention to serve and enrich the aquatic experience. AOAP members also may receive 15% off all HydroApps purchases by providing their members-only coupon code, available through the AOAP Members Portal.

Council for Model Aquatic Health Code

HydroApps was built to follow the Model Aquatic Health Code which allowed it to become the first-ever product or service to receive certification by the Council for the Model Aquatic Health Code. This achievement promotes the health, safety, and wellness of aquatic centers utilizing HydroApps and provides aquatic facilities an important incentive to ensure they are complying with the Model Aquatic Health Code.

Counsilman-Hunsaker Aquatic Management Program

HydroApps and Counsilman-Hunsaker's Aquatic Management Program (CHAMP) go hand in hand to help support aquatic operations, risk management, and compliance. Counsilman-Hunsaker, through the CHAMP program, is the sole third-party provider for the American Red Cross' Aquatic Examiner Service and utilizes HydroApps' Aquatic Manager program.


Carrying the largest selection of pool products in the aquatics industry, Recreonics is a proud partner-supplier of HydroApps, where we offer digital documentation solutions for all Recreonics aquatic customers experiencing the pain points caused by pallets of paper and binders.