Lose weight with Easy Diet Diary, the most popular Australian-made calorie counter and diet tracker in the App Store.
Enter your foods quickly and easily by searching our extensive foods database or by scanning the barcode. If you like, take photos for a visual record.
Then track your energy intake (kJ or Cal), major nutrients, the energy you burn in exercise, and your weight.
Connect with your nutrition coach by sharing your diary via Easy Diet Diary CONNECT, our web portal for nutrition professionals (easydietdiaryconnect.com).
Easy Diet Diary is free, has no advertising, and is from the same team that develops the trusted FoodWorks® nutrition software widely used by Australian dietitians and other health professionals.
COMMENTS FROM USERS
'For an Aussie, this is hands-down best app on the market for calorie counting.'
‘Brilliant app to keep you accountable and on track!’
‘The food selection is second to none.’
‘I have tried many calorie apps…this one is the easiest to use.’
‘Love the scanner and the large database of foods.’
‘I’ve managed to drop 20 kg just by using this app - it really makes you realise where hidden calories are.’
-Extensive range of Australian foods with nutrient data based on official Australian food data.
-Comprehensive range of commercial products with data obtained from nutrient information panels.
ENTERING FOODS INTO YOUR DIARY
-Find a food by typing part of its name.
-Scan the barcode.
-Select from recent meals.
-Add from your own custom foods and recipes.
-Copy foods between meals and days.
-Take photos of your foods and add them to your diary.
-Copy, move and delete photos.
-Zoom in on a photo.
-Copy foods and recipes to other meals or days.
-Move foods and recipes within and between meals.
-Delete foods and recipes.
-Multi-select for copying and deleting.
ADDING YOUR OWN FOODS AND RECIPES
-Create and edit your own foods.
-Create and edit your own recipes.
In your diary:
-Quickly convert foods listed into a recipe.
-Collapse and expand any recipes to show or hide their ingredients.
ENERGY AND NUTRIENTS
-Set your daily energy goal (kJ or Cal).
-Guidance in choosing your energy goal.
-Track Calories/kilojoules on the Energy Chart.
While in your diary:
-See your remaining energy (kJ or Cal).
-Toggle between kJ and Cal.
-See the % of your goal consumed so far.
-View analyses for each of these nutrients: protein, total fat, saturated fat, total carbohydrate, sugar, sodium, fibre, calcium.
-View nutrients per food, meal and day.
-See the energy you burn during exercise.
-Choose from over 400 activities.
-Create and select from your own custom activities.
-Record notes in your food diary for each day. For example, you might note your symptoms, moods or special occasions.
-Enter text (via typing or voice recognition) and emoticons.
-Guidance in choosing your weight goal.
-Track your progress on the Weight Chart.
-Edit weights in the Weight Table.
WORKS WITH APPLE HEALTH
-Add your daily energy intake to Apple Health.
-Sync your weight with Apple Health. (Apple Health updates weight in Easy Diet Diary and vice versa.)
-Get active calories from Apple Health. If you have an app or device that records active calories in Health we display this data in Easy Diet Diary on the Energy chart.
SHARE YOUR DIARY WITH YOUR DIETITIAN OR NUTRITION COACH
-Your dietitian or nutritionist can sign up to Easy Diet Diary CONNECT (easydietdiaryconnect.com) and coach you towards your nutrition goals whether food group or nutrient based. Easy Diet Diary CONNECT can be used on any web browser including safari on a Mac.
-Alternatively, send your diary to your dietitian to open in their FoodWorks® Professional software. (FoodWorks® is also developed by Xyris Software. For more on FoodWorks, see xyris.com.au)
-Get help from within Easy Diet Diary. Search the knowledge base or contact the support team.
- NEW AND UPDATED FOODS
Thousands of new and updated brand name foods to keep up with the changing food supply
- BUG FIXES
Ratings and Reviews
This was the first app to pop up when I searched "food trackers" in the app store, and has been the one that I have stuck by ever since. It was a really great idea to have this app Australian made, and it continues to give me a lot of convenience when entering products because I can instantly find the exact ones, unlike other apps based in other countries. If not, I can scan the barcode (though it takes a while for it to register - perhaps a better barcode scanner could improve the app). It's also very convenient in having multiple options for preset and custom serving sizes for the foods.
The layout is simple and easy to use. I quite appreciate the "notes" section as I can put in further details about my day. You may find this helpful if you have medications to take -- you can record that you've taken them on that day and check back to following days, editing previous days if need be (this point covers all data entries, actually.)
I would definitely recommend this to other fellow Australians looking for a food/exercise/weight tracking app.
Solid app with a few basic missing features
This is a very good app for Aussies. It’s reliable and the app itself records macro nutrients perfectly. Yes, the app. But it’s integration with Apple Health is lacking. As the Apple Watch and the Health app gets more and more refined, I feel this diet app also needs to step it up. Apart from dietary energy it sends nothing else to the HealthKit app. Yet to monitor macros is essential. I would love to see that in the future. Also, an Apple Watch app would be fantastic with the macros and the most recent meal items so that you could tap and add things straight from your wrist. I really like MyFitnessPal app but that an American app with their food. But the layout is fantastic. Mind you it lags. If our Aussie app would have that strong link with HealthKit app...I would even pay a few bucks for that!
Great app and easy to use
Really surprised at how easy this app is to use for keeping count of daily intakes of everything.
Barcode scanning is simple and fast way of entering items, but the most handiest function to me is being able to add recipes.
Being able to create a recipe in its most basic form, then add other items as required really speeds up the process, instead of searching ingredients and adding one by one to a lunch or dinner meal.
The addition of something like a “recommended average daily intake” table or a calculated percentage of intakes under the headings of Protein, Fat, Sodium etc so you can easily see where you might be over or under the recommended daily intake value would make this app just about perfect.
- Xyris Software (Australia) Pty Ltd
- 209.7 MB
- Health & Fitness
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2012-2016 Xyris Software (Australia) Pty Ltd
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.