Installed...App advertises price $39.99 a year. Then, it redirects me to the website and it is $60 a year. Will it be $600 a year when they keep more of my data? I like the app, but I am very disappointed with pricing practices. I do not want to depend on someones greed. That is why all those subscribtion models suck. Decided to use free version for now and look for another app without any subscriptions.
I used to use this app on my iPod all the time. I loved it back then, but I didn't re-download it when I got my Android until now. The new update is absolutely amazing & my favourite new feature is that instead of just subtracting the calories from your day from exercise, it adds it to your daily amount instead. Love it!
I have lost over thirty pounds so far. The app is simple to use and fits in with my goals to lower carb intake and track items related to my diabetes. Wish i could see weight chart from beginning to today but otherwise great. Be honest and it works.
I think it works really well. I have tried other apps like it, even at the same time and removed them after a short time. It is a great tool to keep on top of your progress. Keeping in mind that a tool only works as well as you use it.
App is gangsta its helping smash my goals and helps me stay on track with intermittent fasting while cutting calories and staying below w/o carbs a day. Recommend to all 👌👌👌
Awesome product! Use to use Noom, but updates ruined the interface for me. After trying MyNetDiary I was floored at the difference and the food database is way better!
1. Fractions in food amounts: enter fractional food amounts like '2 1/2' or '2.5'.
2. Word Suggestions: start typing food name, tap suggested words to find your food.
2. Fixes and performance improvements.