Doesn't show up as "calorie counter" like the name would suggest. It is instead "mynetdiary" and took me several minutes of troubleshooting trying to find out why "calorie counter" wasn't showing up in my installed apps. Other than that, it's decent. Keeps trying to push their premium service on me and I'm not interested.
I wanted to get back to my healthy weight after a back injury, when I couldn't exercise and consequently ate too much. I started using the app to log my food and exercise on 29.9.2017 and reached my target of 15 lbs weight loss by 20.11.2017. Easy to use, but easy to cheat by not logging everything. Be honest with yourself and it works - brilliantly.
I've been using this app for a while after I had my baby, I've lost quite a bit of weight while using it, and it makes you realise how much you actually eat (So you can't be in denial) also how many calories are actually in things so you can't just say 'well it's only one cream cake' lol
I prefer the layout and controls better than other such apps. But it does have a few quirks that are annoying and aren't getting fixed. I tried their solution of reinstalling the app and it worked fine for a day to so. What will happen is sometimes you'll log on and it'll show a week from now. Not thinking, you'll log your info. And only realize later that you've marked in the wrong date. Sometimes there's also random connection issues and the food won't populate.
Every time need to have a wifi or 3G connection to download, makes it slow. At least shouldnot for favourite foods already entered.
This app has help me learn about nutrition and helped me begin a new chapter and gain control of my life.
1. Nutrient Analysis:Learn about UL limits for consuming vitamins and minerals.
2. Related Nutrients: Understand how nutrients work together to support your health. Navigate to related nutrients in Analysis and Settings.
3. Food Log: Easy-to-read calorie counts on all food entry screens.