ct's Review of FoodtrackerproReviewed on 5/26/18 7:22 PM
I can’t even adjust the full page of the suggested food serving size information. What a waste of money, unfortunately.
Rebecca74's Review of FoodtrackerproReviewed on 3/3/18 3:50 PM
TLDR: cannot backfill, cannot undo actions, cannot set flexible goals, cannot create custom foods, cannot get an approximation of total intake / macros. I regret buying this as I can't figure out how to get a refund. Consider this purchase the equivalent of ripping a $5 bill in half. This app has an old and extremely buggy UI. (1) you cannot backfill because of bugs. You'd better remember to log every day because if you don't you can never fix it! (2) you cannot fix a mistake in your current day log, or just adjust an exchange down, instead you have to go into a context menu and wipe the entire log clean and start over! There is no down--Only up and start over. Not bugs, but stupid choices: (3) The ui is designed to make you feel good (green) if you are under your goal servings and bad (red) if you are over. However (1) you cannot set the goal high enough for protein and fat to get to e.g. 130g of protein. (3) all goals go from green to red, so if you under your veg and water goal? Green. Over? Red. Very stupid UI choice. (4) cannot add custom foods. If you eat a lot of mixed type dishes it is annoying to have to enter 1/2 meat + 1/4 starch + 1/2 fat etc for each serving and do that math. Custom foods would solve this problem but isn't available. (5) everything in the ADA book should be available to look up as a good and log as a portion e.g. Look up "hummus" and log 1/3 cup of it correctly as 1 starch + 1 fat. Instead, you have to do all of your own portion math. This app is ONLY for tallying portions, as in seeing 6 starch, 5 fat, etc, which most people can easily do on a sheet of paper for free and less bugs. Instead of this, use loseit! or another free app. Create custom foods called "starch exchange" serving size: one exchange. Do this for all food groups. Log that way. It's harder to see how many exchanges you've had all day, but I create a "food note" that tracks this. At the end of the day you get an estimate of your calories and macros. The best part is that it's free.
Mrs. Googiemonster's Review of FoodtrackerproReviewed on 3/1/18 7:49 PM
I like it because it’s easy to use. I have mine set up for the equivalent of 1200 calories and I have water and exercise in there too. When it’s time for dinner I how many servings I have left so I won’t over eat
rajiver's Review of FoodtrackerproReviewed on 1/7/18 4:00 PM
This matches the method for the Exchange Diet. Easy to use without the complexity of adding individual foods.