Daily Nutrition Intake Tracker

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54 reviews
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About this app

Do you want an easy-to-use food tracker without all the complicated bells and whistles? Is nutrition your struggle when it comes to your health and fitness? Do you wish you could just simply track your portions instead of counting calories or doing difficult calculations?

This app helps you track the portions in your basic daily food groups within your preferred plan. Whether you use your federal food guide or a special eating plan, you can easily set up and track the servings that match your plan as the day progresses.
When the app starts up for the first time, you are given the opportunity to choose to count up (from zero) or count down (to zero) your daily portions for each food group. This can easily be switched later, in the settings.
Included is two preset plans (1500-1800 calories OR 1800-2100 calories), which you can choose or not choose to use. You also have the ability, in the settings, to enter any quantity for each food group.
8 fully customizable buttons are provided, with the option to count up to your preset quantity, or down to zero from your total requirements for the day.
At any time you can easily change the text of each of the 8 buttons (which are your food groups), change the color of each button, and even switch the text color between black and white, depending on your preferences.
Tracking your portions is so easy with this simple, user-friendly app!
Updated on
Sep 30, 2018

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Ratings and reviews

53 reviews
A Google user
May 7, 2019
This app is EASY. If you want to count calories or create obsessively detailed logs, this app is not for you. However, if you want to get a general idea of your eating patterns or even set general goals ("no more than 5 carbs," "at least 3 veggies"), then I highly recommend. No bells, no whistles, no annoying ads that you accidentally click on - just a cleanly designed interface that does exactly what it advertises. It takes about 20 seconds to record each meal (including load time). Great app.
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Arkylie (Kilyle)
October 12, 2021
Simple and easy, with customizable labels and colors. Just tap a box to "use" a serving; also indicate if you've exercised that day. I haven't yet used it enough for a full review, but one issue right off the bat is that my hours don't map to the midnight switchover -- wish I could tell it that my day ends at 6 a.m., so it keeps accurate track within MY day. Still, it's nice to find one that looks good, is easy to operate, and lacks all those bells and whistles!
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A Google user
April 16, 2019
I love the simplicity and complete control of all aspects of setup, to set it up any way I like. I used Weight Watchers exchanges almost 30 years ago. I wanted something simple like that again. I tried MyFitnessPal and found the high detail too stressful. One "bug" I've encountered on both my Galaxy S4 and S9+. Sometimes when I open it, after the Snel intro, there's just a white screen instead of the home screen, like it's "hanging" and it just freezes there. I have to close and reopen it.
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What's new

Added ability to enter half portions. There is now a tick box in the settings to allow for half portions. If the "allow half portions" is enabled then a long press on the button will add a 0.5 to your daily count, a quick tap will add a full portion.
Also fixed an issue concerning visibility of text in text boxes (an issue with some newer phones with the latest version of android OS)