Disappointed I know these developers want to make money but there are great apps that link to devices for free. If you just want to keep track if your meals fine. Anything more move on and stick with my fitness pal.
Great, but not that great The UI was nice compared other calorie counter, lot of useful feature such as barcode scanner, manual food input, comparing photo of you before and after. But the cons are : 1. It's way too expensive (for me) & it's not a one time payment, you gotta subscribe 2. The barcode scanner is not reliable, I can't scan lot of item even if its popular item, yet I can scan the same item with another barcode scanner from another calorie counter app.
Best of the bunch! Healthkit integration on IOS but no Google Fit integration on Android is a big disappointment given the limited fitness tracker integration. Other than that it's the only option for diabetics that want to track diabetic carbs instead of net carbs. They need to make it easier to correct inaccurate database submissions.
Great app Tells you what you are doing right and what you need to eat more of when you fill out the meal diary. So many other things that make this app the best I have seen other ones and paid for them but not nearly as good.
Easy use & simple Great app! Gives you the info you'll need to Eat TO LIVE vs living to eat. The scanner is fairly accurate for bar codes. The analysis tab is simple & unbeatable. No need for a PhD to use.
Excellent & easy to use Tracks & plans foods, calories & nutrients very easily. Nice user interface on a smartphone. Search finds most foods easily aided by scanning UPCs or you can enter your own custom food or recipes. The summary statistics and info articles are very good. User support is timely and helpful.
1. Improved input of fractional amounts
2. Fixed truncation of short food names after choosing from recent suggest list
3. Multiple fixes and performance improvements