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    iPhone/iPad App

    Discussion in 'Diet & Nutrition' started by vijugati8g, Aug 19, 2012.

    1. vijugati8g

      vijugati8g Well-Known Member

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      I am looking to find a good iphone app to track my food intake. Most of the ones I have found suck though. Any suggestions?

       
    2. diksdiks

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      iPhone/iPad App

      Disregard food intake apps, acquire tower defence apps.

      You will thank me later.
       
    3. Raleoxilevz

      Raleoxilevz Well-Known Member

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      IN on this
       
    4. Berny

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      MyfitnessPal.

      /thread

      Also TD games.
       
    5. pustehull

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      MyfitnessPal is decent. That is what I am attempting to use right now. However, I feel like it takes me like 400 presses before I can enter a food. I am essentially playing tower defense when logging in MyfitnessPal.
       
    6. Canellesao

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      haha great advice

      On a more serious not, I actually am the lead developer of a diet tracking app for the iPhone called My Macros+ Im a bodybuilder myself who has tried essentially every available app out there and was just fed up that they all focused so heavily on the needs of the mass market and none specifically for us "bodybuilders". If you're looking for a new app to try i definitely suggest my own and you can check it out here www.getMyMacros.com I use it myself every single day, it just recently got me through my contest prep and I truly believe its the best option out there.
      Let me know if you have any questions at all and i'd be glad to clear anything up.
       
    7. crormaSoila18

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      Who coded your app? How much it cost you?
       
    8. Capone

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      Yea thats something I found that most other apps out there don't realize that you are tracking food... ON A PHONE! it should be easy enough that it doesn't feel like a chore
       
    9. Canellesao

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      I coded the entire thing and It runs $2.99 on the app store, Im one semester away from having my M.S in computer science from USC and I've been developing mobile applications for over two years. On a side note I have been lifting and tracking my diet since I was 14 so I feel like it was only right for me to make this app and combine my two passions.
       
    10. suighja

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      Dont want to steer the thread away but im really interested in learning to create apps I want to come up with one on a different niche. How many buyers you have gotten for your app so far?
       

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