nutri.track EN

nutri.track EN


Are you looking for an app to track your daily food intake? Do you want to loose or gain weight? Then nutri.track is what you need!

nutri.track offers:
Track your foods, activities and daily weight. Analyze your nutrient intake (calories, fat, carbs, protein, fiber, energy, alcohol, water, sugar) and compare it with dietary allowances. nutri.track comes with the large food database of the USDA with nearly 8000 foods, additionally you can add your own entries. Do you have frequently used foods and activities? Just mark then as favorites and easily reuse them.

Let nutri.track show your personal progress:
Check out the daily, monthly and average analysis using fuzzy logic:
-Of Weight: View chart to see increase and decrease in body weight.
-Of Nutrients: View nutrient composition of meals, per day and in total.
-Of Calories: Compare your burned and consumed calories.

Still unsure if nutri.track suits your needs? Just try our trial app!

Recent changes:
- Redesign of tables for all android versions
- Fix of database compatibility issues
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$4.12
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3.0
User ratings
3
Installs
10+
Concerns
0
File size
4428 kb
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About nutri.track EN
Are you looking for an app to track your daily food intake? Do you want to loose or gain weight? Then nutri.track is what you need!

nutri.track offers:
Track your foods, activities and daily weight. Analyze your nutrient intake (calories, fat, carbs, protein, fiber, energy, alcohol, water, sugar) and compare it with dietary allowances. nutri.track comes with the large food database of the USDA with nearly 8000 foods, additionally you can add your own entries. Do you have frequently used foods and activities? Just mark then as favorites and easily reuse them.

Let nutri.track show your personal progress:
Check out the daily, monthly and average analysis using fuzzy logic:
-Of Weight: View chart to see increase and decrease in body weight.
-Of Nutrients: View nutrient composition of meals, per day and in total.
-Of Calories: Compare your burned and consumed calories.

Still unsure if nutri.track suits your needs? Just try our trial app!

Recent changes:
- Redesign of tables for all android versions
- Fix of database compatibility issues

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jan 27, 2014
Solid tracking app Really great app for tracking your nutritional and exercise information, and to give you basic informationon your needs. Tons of food choices help with tracking. It would be nice to have an option to export the data somehow, but it is still helpful.
A Google User
Dec 11, 2012
Very bad You cant edit food when you enter it. If you remove some food from the journal you go in negative. If you had ex. 300g carbs, and than you erase it, you have -300carbs..i mean, wtf? I want my money back !!
A Google User
Dec 11, 2012
Very bad You cant edit food when you enter it. If you remove some food from the journal you go in negative. If you had ex. 300g carbs, and than you erase it, you have -300carbs..i mean, wtf? I want my money back !!
A Google User
May 12, 2012
Very useful Does exactly what I was looking for, tracks intake of fibre, carbs, protein, fat, energy. Comprehensive food database and can add own foods. Wish list: I would like to be able to export my data, and to be able to define "meals" as a commonly used assortment of foods rather than adding a new 'food'. Kudos for having a trial version, this made a big difference in decision to buy. Think there's a bug in the calories burned calculation, I'm sure walking the dog doesn't burn 1000s of kcals!
Clare
May 12, 2012
Very useful Does exactly what I was looking for, tracks intake of fibre, carbs, protein, fat, energy. Comprehensive food database and can add own foods. Wish list: I would like to be able to export my data, and to be able to define "meals" as a commonly used assortment of foods rather than adding a new 'food'. Kudos for having a trial version, this made a big difference in decision to buy. Think there's a bug in the calories burned calculation, I'm sure walking the dog doesn't burn 1000s of kcals!