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It's free. No ads. Take a pic, select food from the list, select amount. How much simpler can you ask for? The most complaints you read is the food library & barcode reader. If one takes the 2 minutes it takes to enter the info from an unrecognized barcode, it will be in your library. Problem solved. The barcode reader is not the best, sometimes I have to scan a product multiple times. My con is the macro chart doesn't keep my adjustment & I don't like the percentage so I just read the grams.
21 people found this review helpful
Surprisingly easy to use. I was curious about my habits, and this is easy enough that I keep a nearly complete log. It's nice to be able to snap a photo and select components from a generated list, or just scan a bar code. I assume the list of known foods will expand over time. If developers are looking to improve, I'd love to be able to enter nutrient info by taking a photo of a nutrition label and having the app do the work.
14 people found this review helpful
It's nice that this is basically the only app that keeps track of both my calorie intake and what time I ate each meal, most apps only track one or the other. I also really love that you aren't required to make an account and give up your personal info, unlike many apps that won't let you use them at all without registering an email. However, I would like to be able to log my food manually without taking pictures and allowing the app access to my camera but there is no option to do so
11 people found this review helpful