A food journal with an emphasis on easy user interface. Adding and removing entries is painless, using your recent entries, global search, or barcode scanning. Recipe creation and modification is quick and painless.
Dieting is hard enough. Your food diary should make it easier, not harder.
## [2.3.0] - 2018-02-25
- Pounds as a usable unit.
- Support for iPhone X.
- Bulk mode supports changing units, in addition to quantities.
- Allow correcting database items without weight.
- Make it obvious foods do not require a weight.
- Date switcher is based off current journal day.
- When copying a recipe, the form correctly updates to reflect the copied version.
- Small unit handling for custom foods.
- Creating food properly shows errors when details are missing.
- Updating an entry does not also select it for bulk addition later.
- Swiping is back for sections where it went missing.
- Adding and updating ingredients to a recipe reflects them in the search correctly.
Ratings and Reviews
I find this app easier to understand only after using other fitness tracking app but wanting to remove the bloat. Im not interested in friends joining me in what my body feels like through diet so a simple scan and track app is useful for me.
love the minimalism!!
i absolutely love the minimalist look. i do think that the layout and overall simplicity to use could be improved. i wish you could set a certain amount of calories without having to set it each day.
Flexible, minimalist diet tracker
I feel like I've tried every diet tracking app out there. This is by far the best. Minimal (no crap, no ads, no pop-ups or other useless junk) and totally flexible. I have different macro goals every day and can change it on the fly if necessary (like if I don't make it to the gym after all). I can track things without adding them to the library. Recipes are handled perfectly and easily. You can share meals between Joy users (crucial in my house) or even send links to meal info to non-Joy users. The food library is accurate. I LOVE the "quick meal" feature, where you can add calories to your day without adding the food to the actual library. I can't think of a single thing I wish it would do that it doesn't do, except sync with Fitbit. That doesn't really matter much though - I just keep track of calories burned in Fitbit and calories eaten in Joy.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.