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The app was recently updated to calculate sugar alcohol and dietary fiber in order to get a true net carb count. This was the ONLY this that this app needed. I love everything about this app. I can scan a barcode in for nutritional info (if it isn’t in there already). It even has restaurant food (ie Chic fil A sandwich or Panera soup) It breaks your day down by meal or by carb count, calorie count, etc (however you’d like it to break down). You can easily copy from one day to the next if you eat the same thing frequently. If you’re even thinking of eating a food you can see how it will affect your macros for the day and it won’t save it unless you tell it to. So you can change your mind if it’s going to put you over your limits! It’s great. It even keeps track of my water intake (which really makes you conscious of how much you’re drinking). Now I see that I can create a grocery list based off of my favorited foods. I haven’t tried that yet, but I plan on it now that I know it’s there. I used the free version for about a month then I upgraded to the PRO. It has way more features. Just spend the $12 or whatever it was. It was very inexpensive for something that I rely on every day to keep me in check. You won’t be disappointed!! I only wish it was compatible with my iPad. I tried to install it today and it said it couldn’t. Hopefully that will come in the near future.
I’m new to Keto and still learning. This app is very user friendly & I instantly dropped 10 pounds. I really like all the features of this app & I look forward to calculating my macros before I eat something. I like that it tracks water & deducts a few carbs for exercise. I’d love to see exercise options include professions that are physically active like food service, retail work, nursing, construction, etc. It would be fun & encouraging to those of us who are on our feet literally all day at work. Ultimately, a suggestion for developers that would help is if we could deduct food items that we REMOVE from restaurant meals. Example: a certain “unwich” from a common sandwich chain typically has tomatoes. If I have them hold the tomatoes, I’d like to be able to deduct them from the total carb count for that “unwich”. Or, maybe it would be easier to see which ingredients ARE included in the carb count. Even just a quick list of ingredients, so we know what is being calculated, would help. Experienced Keto dieters probably don’t need this function, but it’s definitely something I’ve wished for several times over the past few weeks. Overall, I think this app is worth the money & I appreciate having it as a tool while I’m on this journey.
First let me say I’ve tried a few diet apps to track my carb intake, but since going Keto I wanted an app with more specific information - one that closely tracked my food intake AND let me know where I was food-wise (macros) at any given point in the day. This app meets all my criteria and has a lot of other great bonus features. I almost NEVER pay for an app, but I don’t mind paying for this one - IT’S THAT GOOD! And since I started using it 3 weeks ago, I’ve lost 13 lbs. I attribute that in great part to this app. I enter my meals BEFORE I eat and the macro circles show me where I am in consumption as it relates to that particular meal. At that point I can choose to eliminate part or all of a food before I eat it, if desired. It’s very motivating! All said, the only negative is that when you click on any of the individual macros (fat, proteins, carbs), the very, very light and tiny text (yellow, blue, green) below each food item is impossible to read. I need to use a magnifying glass! And if you go over a specific macro, I.e. protein, you want to identify your counts. Note to the developers: why not make the text black for the macro counts and leave the circles at the top in colors? Easy coding fix... Otherwise, I love it and it is definitely worth $1 per month if you are serious about a Keto lifestyle.
I’ve only used this app for about a week and I do rely on it a lot. It has easy to use features. Clear information. And good graphics to understand where you are. Inputting information is easy, you either search or scan almost anything. And if it isn’t in the database, you can add it. This is where a little improvement could help. The nutritional input for added items needs to be expanded. It limits you to calories, fat, protein and carbs with no explanation or breakdown. I’m not sure if it’s to be this # for fat or not. Also, many don’t know how to calculate net carbs 100%. Id recommend expanding the input fields to help with calculation. This app syncs with Apple health app where it imports information. Everything transfers with ease except the weight. I have an Apple compatible WiFi scale. The information makes it to Apple health. The first few days it made it to this app, but has since stopped. I’ve synced, re-synced etc with no luck. My steps still transfer but not weight. So overall a good app. Just needs to get nutritional fact input expanded and the weight transfer to work.
Was excited to see A different app to use with the KetoDiet, however, they limit your usage to only five entries before asking for money. I wanted a couple days to try this before switching from the one I’ve been using for the past year. This tells me they don’t have enough faith that their product would prove it’s worth enough to entice users to spend the money to upgrade. Anyone who does food tracking knows that five entries would even cover third of a day. I rarely read reviews before trying an app because I want to form my own impression. Your limited entries sent me straight to the review section to read the 2-3 star ratings only, to see how users really feel about the app. Giving me, say, 50 entries would have prevented this and would have given me 3 days to see how it worked. It also would eliminate about 30% of the poor reviews it got. Dear potential user - read the 2&3 star reviews to see what’s lacking, especially read developer responses. The responses alone will lead you to believe they don’t fully understand some of the intricacies of the Keto lifestyle. Most of the 5 star ratings sound like they haven’t tried other trackers or their reviews have been paid for.
Developed by Mikhail Platonov.
Keto.app - Keto Diet Tracker is ranking in Health & Fitness
Last update was at Dec 14, 2019and the current version is 5.1.1.
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Keto.app - Keto Diet Tracker have a 40 211a user reviews.
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