By The Grubbery
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SmoothieRx helps you create and share smoothies with high nutrient content and low calories. The app graphs 18 nutrients by the percent of your daily need based on your gender and age for each created smoothie. The app also establishes a baseline of the daily calories that you need to maintain current body weight, based on your gender, age, height, weight and activity level.
+ Create personalized smoothies
+ Choose from 400+ ingredients
+ Graph your smoothie against 18 nutrients
+ Share your recipes on Twitter (@the_grubbery with hash-tag #SmoothieRx).
What's New in Version 1.1
* Graphing on iPhone now matches the iPad version.
* Nutrient numbers are now by default hidden until you press your finger on the nutrient labels.
* Changed nutrient labels to vertical columns to allow for localizing in multiple languages (Japanese) in a subsequent release.
* Documentation revised.
* Fixed bugs.
helpful and unique
this app is a great tool for creating smoothies that target and track specific vitamins and nutrients visually with a bar graph that changes with the addition or removal of each ingredient = very cool! has an extensive preloaded list of ingredients and starter/base recipes that can be customized to your liking. recipes can be saved and edited. and the developers were very kind and responsive when contacted with questions, and seemed open to suggestions. would give it five stars if it had a feature that allowed you to add notes and/or ingredients not on the list. love this app, and use it several times per day. recommended!
But needs work. Pro - only app out there that helps you make a smoothie and shows you the nutrition analysis as you go. Con - it is cumbersome and the math does not seem correct. Also, I cannot imagine why almond milk is not on the ingredient list. I put it in almost all my smoothies. I also do not think ingredients like broccoli go here and would make a bad tasting smoothie.
Wow, who designed this horrible "smoothie app"?? It is confusing, ugly, resembles something a 5 year old slapped together, and the tutorial is this hidden cheesy flip page of random instructions on how to use this mess. Oh and smoothie recipes? Yeah, I think that part was lost on the creator. Move along - not worth your free click/download time...well, unless you want to write the next negative review.
- Category: Health & Fitness
- Updated: Feb 22, 2013
- Version: 1.1
- Size: 20.3 MB
- Languages: English, German
- Seller: James Little
- © 2012 The Grubbery
Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.