FoodTrackerPro - Daily Food Eating Log
By Aspyre Solutions
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Track what you eat without the boredom and monotony of counting calories. Featuring a fun yet powerful design, FoodTrackerPro is for those who want to eat well without wasting their day counting numbers.
- Track all the major food groups
- Custom food categories for anything else you want to track
- Built-in quantity suggestions
- Goal tracking
- Clear definitions on serving sizes, no ambiguity here
- Weekly, monthly and yearly charts
- Visual indicators of your progress
- Easily back-enter data for another day
- iPad support
- Beautiful graphics with a clean and simple style
- Full developer support. You want something changed, then let us know.
Eating the right types of food in the right amounts is an important choice for healthy living. Research has shown that the best way to reach your health goals is to keep track of your progress, but busy lives often means that this gets forgotten. Whether you're a serious health addict, or just want to start eating better, FoodTracker will be there to help you reach your goals.
What's New in Version 1.4.1
* updated to iOS 7 style design
* improved quality of images
* history now loads much quicker
* other small bug fixes and improvements
If you like this app, we'd really appreciate it if you took a moment to rate it in the App Store. Every rating helps a lot.
I love this app!
I have been looking for an app that will track food groups. I have already been using MyFitnessPal, but I wanted to see where my carbs were coming from (veggies? Grains?) and where my fat was coming from (meat? Oils? Sweets?). I met with a nutritionist who told me how many servings of each food group I should be having, and I really wanted to find an app that would let me keep track. This app is great! I still use MyFitnessPal to log all of my food, but then I add the servings on here to see which type of meal I should have next.
Basic But Helpful
If you follow a food exchange program, this app tracks your exchanges. It's overall look & function is very basic, but keeps track of what you've eaten and what you still have left for the day rather than writing it down. It allows you to change the number of exchanges per food group based on what your goals are. Some suggested improvements: (1) Add a food journal to keep track of the actual foods eaten, and (2) add the ability to synch between my iPad & iPhone!! Have not found an app that does both, so I currently use 2 apps to accomplish everything I need.
Best app for my approach to weight loss
I appreciate an app that let's me track nutrition. I have altered the goals and the categories to fit my personal goals. My suggestion would be to provide a way to make comments to myself to help me understand my weaknesses and strengths and use them to improve. (What works, what doesn't, triggers, etc.). Thank you for the best app I've found. I like simplicity rather than complicated formulas.
- Category: Health & Fitness
- Updated: Mar 18, 2014
- Version: 1.4.1
- Size: 7.0 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Aspyre Solutions Pty Ltd
- © Aspyre Solutions Pty Ltd
Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.