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Whatsinit? The ingredients app

By Two Docs Ltd

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Know exactly what’s in your food

Do you know what the ingredients on food labels mean? Now you do.
Whatsinit? is the new app that quickly and clearly tells you what’s in your food in 12 words or less.

The app uses an extensive and growing database of more than 25 food categories- including a complete list of additives, fruits, grains, proteins and even probiotic bacteria in food- to help you understand exactly what you are eating and why it was added to your food.

Whether you want to know quickly the meaning of one ingredient or a list of 50, Whatsinit? helps you find out in seconds.

How the app works:

You simply enter any ingredient via keyboard, camera or voice.
Whatsinit? rapidly provides the full list of all the ingredients.
Each ingredient is color coded: green (safe), yellow (caution), orange (cut back), or red (unsafe).
Each ingredient has a simple, reliable and concise description of 12 words of less that can be accessed by swiping left.
You can also choose to read a more detailed — but still clear and comprehensible — description that includes aliases (i.e. other names that the ingredient goes by), nutrients and potential side effects.

Whatsinit? also let’s you:
Flag any ingredient, list of ingredients, or entire food groups that you may be allergic to, are trying to avoid (e.g. monosodium glutamate), or that you dislike.
Choose one of the app’s pre-set diets, such as lactose intolerant, nut allergies, vegan, and more.
Save and share what they find across social media (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, etc.)
Whatsinit? also features an in-app blog that consist of only original content that is regularly created by medical professionals, nutritionists, dieticians and trainers, including: blog posts on health and wellness, insightful “did you know” facts, unbiased product reviews, and a summary of weekly food-related news.

Other unique features
Free- The app is completely free and there is no in-app advertising.
All content is overseen by qualified professionals in the food and health industry, and researched exclusively for Whatsinit? — which means that you won’t find it anywhere else.

Who we are
Whatsinit? was created in 2015 by a couple who realised that most food ingredients labels were too complex for them understand. So, they built an app that lets everyone quickly and easily understand what they eat to support medical or lifestyle goals and healthier food consumption.

What's New in Version 1.5

This update fixed a rare issue regarding the loading of background images

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Whatsinit? The ingredients app
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  • Free
  • Category: Food & Drink
  • Updated:
  • Version: 1.5
  • Size: 166 MB
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

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