Poor food input A good app totally spoilt by the time and frustration of working out how to get the ingredient / product you want. We don't all live off ready meals and I would guess that most people who are interested in the app don't. Get the data input right and allow simple user input and this would go from 1 star to 5. Currently it is virtually unusable.
Not at all easy to use How do you get to settings????? I couldn't find them. Really frustrated by this app. Neither does it allow manual entry - sometimes its easier to input the data straight from the side of the tin than search through the database for a tin of beans! I'll look for something aimed at a less computer savvy person
Simple, lightweight, UK centric database Simple - enter food eaten and exercise taken and sums your net cals Lightweight - 3.6mb and no network connection needed UK centric - asda tesco sainsburys etc... but plenty of generic food to be useful to non-UK users. I know myfitnesspal and fatsecret has a lot more bells and whistles but mymealmate is neat, self contained and does what it does very well.
Really hard to set up Can't seem to find settings so stuck on metric. It just goes straight to today's calories but no visible way of accessing inputting data unless you force errors and still can't access settings. Good idea but badly designed.
Useless Fancied a change from My Fitness Pal, but can't access settings OR menu on my Samsung S5... I have looked for help online, but there's just nowhere on the app they can be found... crazy! As a result I could only input my basic details in metric and it has set my calorie goal as nearly 2500 kcals! Will have to uninstall! :(
Low hit rate on items I eat and drink No better than the other food tracking apps but with no platform integration. Keep working on it and licence out the dB.
Version 3.0 - New look, easier to use, new larger database.
Automatic meal planner with personalized diets, grocery lists, calories & macros