Calorie Tracker / Counter 4+

Track daily calorie intake


Designed for iPhone

    • 5.0 • 1 Rating
    • Free

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- Set or change daily calorie goal
- Add or remove calorie entries
- entry labels (optional)
- Visualize progress with progress circle
- Clear all entries in a few taps

A calorie tracking app without all the fluff!
This is the easiest and most straightforward calorie tracking app you'll ever use.
You don't need a whole fitness ecosystem if all you want to do is track your daily calories, you just need a personal assistant that has ONE JOB, and that job is simply to:
Keep track of your daily calorie intake. And that's it.
There's no ads, no fitness articles, no recipes, no researching, and carbs don't matter here either because you already know what you're doing.
You just need somewhere to record how many calories you just consumed, and you don't want to use a pen an paper, because that's just inefficient.
And if you use the notes app, then you're just being basic.
This is an app where you get in, enter your calories, and get out.
And no you don't have to pay for it, because I'm just chill like that. You're welcome.

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In all seriousness though, the main focus here is to keep track of your daily calorie intake to help you stay on track to reach whatever fitness goals you have in mind.
And the approach to do that is pretty straightforward.
You start by specifying how many calories you want to consume every day as your Daily Goal, and that's all you need to get started.
So no you don't have to create an account, you just set your goal and start using the app.
You can add in your calorie entries on the main screen, you can also optionally add a name to serve as a label and help you remember what you had later on.
Your entries will show up with a timestamp showing when you added them, but if you select one of the entries it'll show you more details.
You can also remove entries if you have to.
At the top of the screen you'll see the Circular progress bar fill up as your calories add up, it'll turn green once you've met the goal, but if you end up having more calories than your daily goal, then the bar will turn red.
It's basically just to make you feel bad, which will hopefully prevent you from going over next time. I'm sure there's some science involved there.
If you decide to change your daily goal, you can do so from the settings page.
You can also go there to clear all entries that are currently present when you need to start over.

You can check out the credits section on the settings page if you wanted to see who else contributed to this project!

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App Privacy

The developer, WASEEM IDELBI, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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The developer does not collect any data from this app.

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