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First of all, let me be clear, we should not find our sole encouragement during Whole30 from a phone app. Regardless, it should have a little more thought and time put it into it then several days of practically the same saying reworded. Use facts about what the body is/should be experiencing and tell the user these things. Then round it out with genuine encouragement. As for the ingredient search and the package finder, they are great qualities of the app. I've had nothing but success with either of those things. That's the main reason why the price is justified.
First off, I strongly disagree with the fact that there are ads shown in the recipe section even though this app cost $2.99. The ads are annoying and cover what I’m trying to look at, and I’m constantly having to close them. On another note, there needs to be a way to filter your search results when you’re searching for recipes. For instance, I am doing the whole 30 diet and I was looking for a salad dressing recipe.. I typed in “dressing” and all different kinds of dressings came up that weren’t Whole 30 approved. I couldn’t find any sort of option to filter the results to only include Whole 30 options. I feel like this app is basically a waste of time because after taking all the time to scroll through all the dressing recipes (trying to find the ones that are whole 30 approved), I might as well have just googled it. The last thing I am disappointed in, is that many food items that I look up apparently “can’t be found” in the system or something, even when I manually type it the number. Also, the barcode scanner doesn’t always work. Sometimes it says “no barcode detected”. Overall I’m pretty disappointed that this cost $2.99 considering what I got, and of course, the fact that there are advertisements.
I was excited to find a well rated app to help me get through the questions I would surely have along the way. The barcode scanner is what really sold me. My first trip to Trader Joe’s I scanned a few barcodes, not one is recognized. I think okay, it’s their label, maybe I’m asking too much. Next stop, Whole Foods, same outcome. Surely it’s me... so I type ‘yucca’ in the ingredient search and again I’m disappointed. The recipe section brings you to Instagram. Okay I have already followed that myself, didn’t need a paid app to bring me there. How frustrating! I spent money for this crap? Don’t get suckered in like I did, just google your questions and follow whole30 recipes on Instagram. You’re welcome, you can send me your $2.99 because I just did about as much work as the app does.
Decent app overall. I like the 30 day countdown. Also, the scan and search feature is nice. They have a recipe section, as well. I appreciate the recipe option, however, there is an annoying Instagram pop up in the recipe section. I understand the recipe section works better with Instagram, but I don’t want to do Instagram. It continually pops up with each recipe, as I’m trying to read it. When I select the back button, it does nothing. If I hit it more than once, it takes me to the home screen. If this issue can be corrected, I’d be happy to give five stars.
I was so excited when I came across this app, as I just started the whole30 for the first time. Seeing as this isn’t a free app I had some higher expectations. When I go to use the barcode feature I’d say at least 50% of the items are recognize... and I’m talking popular items found at Costco or Trader Joe’s. How have these not been added to the list? I also scanned a barcode listed on a ranch dressing bottle made specifically for whole30 and it told me it wasn’t approved so it made me very weary of how accurate the results from the barcode scan even are. That being said, when a barcode is recognized, this app is a huge timesaver.
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30 Whole Days has 5 713 user reviews.
30 Whole Days has an average rating of 4.4.
The latest version of 30 Whole Days (1.2.5) was released on Sep 27, 2019.
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The #1 app for the 30 day challenge is now available for iPhone, iPod, and iPad! This app is designed to help users complete the 30 day challenge, or just change their food habits with ease. No more frustrating Google searches for unknown foods and ingredients while at the grocery store.
This app allows you to search for packaged foods at
the grocery store using a barcode, description, or UPC and it will tell you if it is compliant or not. No more searching through the labels!
In addition, you can quickly and easily search for additives and ingredients that you are unaware of on labels to determine if they are compliant or not.
The app features a grocery list, a countdown for your 30 day venture, recipes and more!
This app can also be used to find Paleo compliant foods, but is designed for the 30 day challenge.
This app contains general information about nutrition, ingredients, additives. The information is not advice and should not be treated as such.
Before starting any new diet program please check with your doctor and clear any diet changes with them before beginning. We are NOT doctors, nutritionists or registered dietitians. We do not claim to help cure any condition or disease. We do not provide medical aid or nutrition advise for the purpose of health or disease nor do we claim to be doctors or dietitians.
All material in this app is provided for your information only and may not be construed as medical advice or instruction. The information is merely our personal opinion and should not be taken as fact. The Food and Drug Administration has not evaluated the statements contained in this app.
No action or inaction should be taken based solely on the contents of the information in this app; instead, users should consult with appropriate health professionals on any matter relating to their physical or mental health and well-being.
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We expressly disclaim responsibility to any person or entity for any liability, loss, or damage caused or alleged to be caused directly or indirectly as a result of the use, application or interpretation of the material in the 30 Whole Days app.
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