I am actually an app junky. When I'm looking for a particular app, I download a few of them simultaneously to compare which ones I like the best. I was using My Fitness Pal for years and did a premium trial which I was enjoying. The cost of their premium subscription really made me look at other apps. When I came across MyNetDiary it took me a few weeks to really go through the information because there's so much. I noticed a deal for the premium subscription so I thought I'd try it out. Since subscribing I have deleted my meal plan app, my grocery shopping app and my water tracking app. Because this app has it all! With this app I can customize pretty much everything - my macro nutrient percentages, water intake goals and alerts, micro nutrient goals, workout calories (connects to Apple watch) groceries list, diet specific recipes and Soo much more. The one thing that is a slight downside is the barcode scan doesn't have a very large database and many items I scan are not read. The upside to this is that you can manually add the nutrition information and pictures and upload them, therefore adding to the database. Customer support is very quick. I had an email reply within minutes. There is still a lot more information in the app that I haven't even looked into yet. I am overly happy with this app both as a free version and paid version.
I used to use the competition for years and found this app. I hesitated to switch but glad I did effortlessly to find food, save meals, add foods. Excellent app.
It is quite useless to find that the only choice of amount for a particular food (I’m talking about you, raspberry!) is “serving” with no further information, such as how much constitutes a serving. I weigh and measure EVERYTHING in grams. So much more accurate than ounces or teaspoons. Annoying that some foods offer a gram choice, while others do not. Consistency works with dogs and children; why not food? Yes, I will eat the entire 170 gram clamshell of fresh raspberries at one sitting. They’re raspberries, after all. But please, go with grams for all food items and types. Oh, by the way. If I say something, such as salad dressing, is HOMEMADE, that means that the app shouldn’t present some commercially available brand that claims to be homemade but isn’t. Just because I make buttermilk dressing doesn’t mean it’s ranch - with a ton of sour cream added. I guess I have to keep looking for the perfect app. And just do you know, assuming that RUNNING is everyone’s default form is exercise is bogus, as well. I will continue to use Map My Walk and do the work of transferring accurate data.
I used to use MyFitnessPal but Net Diary is a lot more helpful
Losing and learning at the same time. 👍
Love the app the scanner is so accurate
At times I open the dash board to add a snack and I’m always wishing for and extra food input like a mid morning entry after breakfast Or a evening input after dinner instead of breakfast, lunch. Dinner, snack. Thank you. Food for thought 😊🏋️
Great app even if you don’t go premium.. best one I found out there
My husband had a liver transplant this last year so we are tight on funds trying to pay medical bills. I can’t afford the apps advertised on TV etc. The free version allows me to log my foods. It really is so easy. I just scan the barcode of the food and really understand what I am eating. I can hold myself accountable for everything that goes in my mouth! The paid version is about half of those other apps so as soon as I get funds in I am going to upgrade but in the meantime I am very thankful that this app is out there.