Not sure why folks are saying there's no search. There is, and I like that I can add my own custom foods, and they even show up in blue font so I know what's mine. I use data from sites like Livestrong to populate the nutrition info for my custom foods; takes a few minutes, but it's worth it. I started using Cronometer to track my protein intake because I'm a vegetarian, and I really appreciate the level of detail it gives me about my macros. I got the app rather than continuing to use the free web interface because of the UPC scan feature. So helpful. Yes, the delete option is a little sensitive still, but at least you have to confirm before things get swiped away. Overall, it's been worth every penny.
This such a super duper app for tracking compared to what I used before. It does macro tracking for ketogenic and LCHF diets. There are only 2 small flaws: the digits are too small for comfortable reading on the charts and I cannot turn the charts to view in landscape mode.
Quite good as an app for helping me find nutritional gaps in my diet, vexing for day to day use. The food databases they use, while excellent, are quite small. Add to this an extremely cumbersome manual adding process, and it becomes far too time consuming to use routinely. If that isn't enough, whatever the app uses to predict your food entry is awful. I take the same multivitamin every day, yet it's nowhere to be found on the list. Meanwhile, a random cheese I tried 2 months ago is still claiming the top spot. Great idea, but the execution is lacking. Added back a star, because it does have way too many of the other features I'm looking for.
I've used MFP for years but decided to give this a go. The search function is sketchy at best as it doesn't have the majority of the foods i'm eating. For example, I buy porridge oats and transfer them to a large jar. The same oats aren't in the database and I haven't got the packet...now what? The same goes for my whey protein and chocolate chips that go on my proats. I've had these issues and thats only trying to log breakfast! For me, it's absolutely pointless. Would like to get a refund as I know I won't be using it again.
The premium subscription supposedly allows for the creation of meals, a common feature for even free apps of this type, and a basic and medically necessary function for type 1 diabetics who need to calculate insulin dosages. The app does allow the assignment of labels to each food, but if you want to report on or otherwise use that information, there is no way to do that. The data just goes into a black hole. Hopefully my refund will be approved, otherwise I'm out $38 for a useless app. I guess I can't be mad at the developers out there offering FREE apps that are useless, but once you're charging this kind of money I just wonder how the "developer" is able to sleep at night.
•great for viewing micro nutrient break downs •barcode scanner is poor •food database is not as complete as MyNetDiary of MyfitnessPal Overall, probably worth checking out for £2 but my favourite app is MyNetDiary
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