MacroTrak is the simplest macro tracker and the easiest way to track your macros and caloric intake throughout the day to meet your individualized fitness goals.
MacroTrak doesn't store any of your personal information on our servers, so all of your data stays safe on your own phone.
Use the built-in macro calculator to determine recommended macros, or input your own numbers. Then just pick foods you eat from your food list, and your stats throughout the day display on the home screen.
Historical daily macro log lets you see how you did on previous days.
* Daily log to track your weight progress and macro consumption over time
* Can track standard macros (fats, protein, carbs) as well as fiber and net carbs, in addition to calories
* Metric and American Units
* Easily view your macro consumption throughout the day
* Keep track of foods you eat
* Create your own food library of foods you eat
* Single entry option for foods you only eat once
* Calculator to determine macro goals, or enter your own macro goals
* Thousands of pre-loaded foods to search
* Consistency score lets you know how many days you've logged macros over different time periods
* Accuracy scores let you know how closely you've been to your macro goals over different time periods.
Graph to visualize progress
Ratings and Reviews
Great job MacroTrak!
Simple to use, no annoying adds, works every time. Takes all the guesswork out of managing my meals. Use food database, or add your own food sources with pics in seconds. See week, month, multi-month, year ratios. Edit daily macros and caloric goals in a couple clicks (er..taps). Day by day history. For something that I spend only minutes a day with, I get a volume of information and history.
Requests (always room for improvement):
1. Ability to set caloric intake goal and F/P/C ratios to auto populate macro goals.
2. Set caloric intake range to auto populate changing daily calories over the course of the week (gotta keep the body guessing)
3. Backup to iCloud and ability to sync data with other iOS devices.
4. This one’s probably tougher - incorporate a way to see the impact on macros for selected food sources if eaten but before I tap to have eaten. Right now I tap to have eaten, and if I don’t like the impact on macros I delete and choose something else. If I like it, then I proceed to consume.
5. Maintain food sources in daily history.
6. Add calendar toggle to history so a day of the month can be jumped to. Allow scroll month backward/forward. That daily list is going to get long!
6. I’ll think of some more I’m sure.
Thanks for the review and for the feedback! We're working on some of these improvements now and will add the others to the roadmap soon. Feel free to send along any additional feedback you think of. - Jake
Simple app with no extra frills, and no extra pop up adds to cover the frills you don’t need.
You can enter your weight and use a slider to set your activity level and weight goals (loss/gain/something in between), or you can enter your own numbers based on calculations you have done yourself (or had a health professional do for you). The second option is great if you know your full body composition and have more accurate numbers you with to work with. The program won’t remember those numbers for you though- so write them down somewhere.
A food log can be made of the common foods you eat, and a picture can be taken to help you find what you are looking for in the log.
Overall- easy to use, free without adds, and perfect for tracking your macros.
Simple and effective
One the easiest, simplest, and most effective ways to track your macros from the food you eat.
You can save food items in a log to access later as well as input a single item that you’ve eaten. The net carb feature is super helpful as well, probably my favorite newest feature.
My only issue with the app is that it seems terribly slow at times when adding multiple items in succession or when trying to delete items. Also, some items that I have saved in the app are grayed out, don’t have the picture, and don’t have the macros displayed. Or a combination of all three. Not a grand issue but it’s just something that’s a little annoying.
Overall, it’s a solid app that I’ve been using for about 1 year now, at least 1 year. It’s totally helped me get to my goals with my eating and MUCH easier than carrying a book around to write down what I’ve eaten, which I used to do.
If you’re looking for great and simple macro/calorie counting app without all the flash and ads of other apps, you’ve found it.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.