Track - Calorie Counter

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About this app

Nutritionix Track is a fitness tracking app developed and maintained by a team of registered dietitians. Making fitness tracking a daily habit is an effective way to work towards your health goals, so the mission of the Track app is to take the heavy-lifting out of keeping up with your food log.

Track’s simplicity and efficiency is why our users don’t just give food logging a try – they stick with it.

Check it out:

Log all of your foods in as little as 60 seconds per day thanks to the following features:
- Predictive search
- State-of-the-art Natural Language processing technology
- Instant barcode scanning

What can I track?

- Food intake
- Nutrient totals
- Exercise
- Weight and weight progress
- Calorie and macro goals
- Water intake

The unrivalled Nutritionix database offers:
- 800K+ unique foods
- Coverage of 95% of grocery items in the US and Canada
- 760+ US restaurant chain menus
- Thousands of common foods recipes created by our in-house team of dietitians
- We are adding and updating hundreds of foods every day!

Create custom recipes and food items:
- Advanced recipe creation tool for logging custom recipes in seconds
- Custom Foods tool for one-off items
- Share your recipes easily!

Additional features
- Download your data as a spreadsheet with our Export feature
- Keep tabs on your progress with the Stats view
- Fitbit sync

Track Pro
Upgrade to Track Pro to access the Coach Portal and share your Track food log with your dietitian, trainer, or other ‘coach’.
- Become a premium Track user by subscribing to Track Pro. Subscription prices start at $5.99 USD/month for the monthly subscription and $29 USD/year for the annual subscription. Prices are in U.S. dollars, are subject to change, and may vary in countries other than the U.S.
- 2 month free trial for premium features.
- If you choose to purchase Track Pro, payment will be charged to your iTunes account, and your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the 2-month trial period. Auto-renewal may be turned off at any time by going to your settings in the iTunes store after purchase.
- Are you a dietitian or trainer with clients using Nutritionix Track? It is easy and free to register as a Coach.


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Updated on
Oct 29, 2021

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
This app may share these data types with third parties
Photos and videos, App activity, and App info and performance
This app may collect these data types
Personal info, Financial info and 5 others
Data isn’t encrypted
You can request that data be deleted
11.5K reviews
Luke Morrill
November 2, 2022
The interface is mostly intuitive, with some drawbacks. Would be nice if there was an easier way to move a meal since it's too easy accidentally enter an item in the wrong time slot. Recording weight seems almost a hidden feature. The biggest problem I've had with the app is the bar code scanner. It can't seem to handle bar codes on convex surfaces such as jars, cans, and so on. That and the limited database can make entering data time consuming.
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Alex De Lara
November 22, 2022
So far a bit clunky to enter what I want. I'd rather not have to separate in lunch/dinner/breakfast, I prefer just a long list of what I want then able to modify anything on the list. Ok, after three days, I'm getting used to the app, but I vastly prefer the desktop app to enter food as it is light-years more user friendly. I have to enter more general or vague foods so that gives me an approximation of what I eat. It's ok as it seems to be doing the job. Biggest benefit: Awareness of junk food!
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Kevin Fahy
November 18, 2022
Nice and simple layout with no unnecessary bells and whistles, alongside a fantastic database of nutritional values for foods and brands. Easy to use and very helpful. To be perfect, make the daily calorie goal optional. Then we are left alone to track daily net calories and find our weekly average, without the distraction of whether we're over/under a largely relative number - which we didn't want to set, and can easily do the math to figure anyways. i.e. let us set goals when we are ready to.
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What's new

Don't forget to reference our FAQ page for tips and tricks for faster logging with Nutritionix Track:
What's new in the latest release:
- Minor bug fixes for version 1.4.8