Works pretty well on my s7 there's the odd crash but nothing major, I'm almost through the initial two weeks. I would like to be able to order food items alphabetically as this would make it far easier to find ingredients, maybe my tagging descriptions are overly verbose but I'm racking up a long list of tags!
I am 12 days in. Very clumsy interface. No way to go back and log foods more than 2 hours ago. Didn't have my phone ay dinner. Ended up taking a picture of the cat and annotating it "baked potato." Sorry about that. It was my last potato. I didn't have a stunt potato to step in. Suggestion: ask us what 3 fruits we eat regularly, 3 veggies, 3 beverages (other than water), 3 breakfast foods, etc. Pre-populating some of the foods will ensure you won't get a picture of my cat again for a stack of pancakes.
I've been using the app for a few days now on my trusty Galaxy S3; I've been more forgiving of the glitches, as it could be due to my old ass phone. That said, the design of the app isn't very intuitive and its limited functionality makes logging accurately a challenge. What I'd like to see is the ability to upload photos from your phone onto the app (as sometimes there are camera glitches, and I'm never sure if this logged or not). I also wish it had a better way to view your food/bev history, so that I can make amendments if needed. The layout of the annotation screen is getting pretty messy too. Overall, I'll continue using the app for the sake of the study, but I'm hoping for an update soon!
I would love to use this app, but it crashes every thirty seconds or more. My software is up to date and fine.
Didn't work. Emailed them but no reply.
Received the access code, but can't login. The app shows a message that it trys to Authenticate and that's it.
Added keytone and blood glucose units along with several issue fixes
Automatic meal planner with personalized diets, grocery lists, calories & macros
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