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It’s... Simple, easy and fast. All I want is an easy way to track my calories myself. I know how many calories I’m consuming and just want to add the number manually myself, this app allows me to do that. I love the feature that also keeps tabs on your progress towards your goal weight, because obviously anyone tracking calories has a goal in mind. I can see how many calories I need a day to reach my goal weight, how many calories I have left to eat for the day and I can also record my weight and see how it changes over time. That’s all I want. Not a million useless features that most people don’t need or want or understand which makes navigating the app and trying to record what you want all the more difficult. This app has none of that, it is very user friendly and I am an absolute fan. FunnMedia gets it, thank you! I will likely upgrade soon to unlock more useful features as I become more consistent with hitting my goals.
Calory targets an assumedly younger demographic who are tired of the ugly & complicated user experiences that all top competitor calorie counting apps seem to have. It’s pretty, focused on simplicity, and the front page circle tracker graphic is super unique and intuitive. I think this app has a lot of potential and I’d love to see it become more successful. I am all for supporting apps that are getting off the ground and don’t use ads, but I can’t justify the subscription until one thing changes: the food catalog. Love the “try premium search” feature, but that made me more hesitant to subscribe because it exposed how barren the search database is. If I can’t reliably find something so common like a disposable coffee creamer cup to log, then what good is the app? Calorie counting IS the point. I feel so strongly about the bad UX/UI of other fitness apps that I might search for food on competitor’s apps and log in Calory, though. I’ll definitely keep using this app and look forward to updates and improvements and hope that one day it’s a great fitness app that I’ll happily subscribe to.
The good: ~ Simple calorie counter with a minimalistic UI. Not bloated with ads or its own social network, & it doesn't bombard you with hastags & acronyms like an ADHD teenager (cough, Noom). ~ Easy to create custom 'plates', which let you log foods you frequently eat with one tap. ~ Seamless integration w/ Apple Health app. ~ Good macronutrient tracker. Must have premium to use it though. ~ Can purchase a lifetime premium account, instead of having to subscribe indefinitely. The bad: ~ AWFUL food database. Difficult to search & many incorrect entries, with no option to flag them for review. The premium search seems much better, but I'm not sure it's worth $15/yr or $30/lifetime. (I very much like this app, but this is the reason I uninstalled). ~ I strongly prefer a target calorie range instead of a single value. I've only seen this on SparkPeople though. Some days I eat too much & others I eat way too little. Also, I find a range much more realistic than a single number. Is anything less than that target good? Is it Price is Right style - get as close to the number without going over? 🤷♀️ ~ No diet safeguards on this app. Which might be good people, but could be dangerous for others. Calory recommended I eat ~900 calories/day to lose weight fast. Most medical professionals warn against eating less than 1200 cal/day for women.
Finally an app that makes calorie tracking easy, fast and reliable. I have subscribed to them all: my fitness pal, lifesum, meal plate, yazio and I have to say that CALORY beats them all if all you want is an easy way to tack what you eat and a price that is affordable and worth the small investment in your health. Some features I hope to see: 1) basic water tracking. nothing fancy just some icons I can click to add 8oz of water and remind myself to drink it throughout the day. 2) a way from the home screen to swipe into previous days a bit easier. 3) an easier way to get back to home screen when only adding 1 item. the current UX could use be improved on that area. 4) copying meals or items to the next day and sharing meals and items with other CALORY users. Just buy it. You will love it.
I just downloaded this app and I absolutely love it. It’s so easy to use and you don’t have to pay, which is great. I’ve tried so many other apps but I like this one the best since it’s actually working for me. The circle filling up when you add calories is a cool idea, and it really helps you be more aware of what you’re eating. I like how you can see the history of your caloric intake and weight over the months, and the app has a simple but effective feel to it. I hope that in the next update the app will be able to give a predicted date for when you reach your goal weight, if you’re trying to lose/gain weight. It would be immensely helpful to stay motivated and committed knowing that there is a date to look forward to. Other than that, the app is great!
Developed by Funn Media, LLC.
Calory: Simple Calorie Counter is ranking in Health & Fitness & Food & Drink
Last update was at Jul 26, 2021and the current version is 1.9.14.
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Calory: Simple Calorie Counter have a 2 464a user reviews.
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