FoodNoms is a food tracker designed to be fast, powerful, and easy to use. Set custom nutrition goals, log your food, and measure your progress.

1. Log what you eat and drink with a fast, beautiful interface.
2. Set specific nutrition goals for calories, macros (protein, fat, carbohydrates), net carbs, cholesterol, fiber, sugars, water, alcohol, caffeine, and more.
3. Learn about your nutrition, and use that knowledge to reach your health and fitness goals.

• Track your success for each of your goals over time
• Discover which foods are helping you and which ones are holding you back
• Automatic tracking of intermittent fasts

• Scan barcodes and nutrition labels
• Save time using Smart Suggestions, which recommends foods to log based on your food habits
• Log food and check on your goals with Siri and the Shortcuts app
• Leave the food scale at home and instead record the accuracy of your recordings

• Track your nutrition and fasting goals right from your Home Screen
• Quickly log food and open the label scanner

• Write nutrition data to the Health app - calories, macros, vitamins, minerals, water, caffeine and more
• Use Active Energy data from the Health app (i.e. the Move ring on the Apple Watch) to automatically adjust your calorie goal

• Sync your data to multiple devices securely with iCloud and the Health app
• No advertisements or spam
• Transparent privacy policy

• A food database with hundreds of thousands of food items with rich nutrition data from trustworthy sources
• Quickly scan nutrition labels to quickly log accurate data for packaged foods
• Create custom foods, recipes, and meals, and share them with your friends

• Dynamic type support
• Dark mode

• Free - unlimited food tracking; create goals for calories, macros and more; create recipes and meals; integration with the Health app and the Shortcuts app
• FoodNoms Plus - track water, caffeine, and alcohol; view weekly and monthly charts; more stats and data; track intermittent fasts; plus other exclusive features

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What’s New

Version 2021.3

What's New
- Option to scan nutrition labels from photos when creating new foods
- Toolbar button to automatically fix capitalization in name and brand input fields
- "Scoop" option in the serving size input bar
- Support for scanning vitamin C from nutrition labels

Bug Fixes
- Fix unit for chromium
- Performance enhancements
- Fix food preview layout issues when creating and editing foods

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
1.1K Ratings

1.1K Ratings

stanlemon ,

The Best Food Tracker

I’ve tried a few food tracker apps and they always tend to be overly complicated and laden with advertisements. FoodNoms breaks the norm. It’s a beautifully designed app, that was clearly designed with iOS in mind. Everything is intuitive and logging food could not be easier. The bar scanning works very well and the database of food was surprisingly thorough. I love being able to configure a meal as a recipe and then add a portion of it to my day. This is far more practical for someone who cooks a lot and doesn’t eat a lot of prepackaged food (like me). The visualizations against goals are incredibly clear and I love the widget options, which are prominently on my Home Screen. The upgrade for premium is also a steal. Even if you don’t need the premium features I’d encourage you to upgrade to help keep development going. This is a great app, hands down, and it’s really helping me get control of my eating habits. Thanks a ton for building such a wonderful tool!

SmushedGrape ,

Is Food Tracker

First, and most importantly, this app is actually free. Full functionality with no price tag, though you can pay to access more features (caffeine, water, alcohol). Some foods are missing, and the search is a bit weird (some foods only appear if I don’t type in the full name), but still, it’s an extensive and accurate library of foods (that you can easily add to) for the unbeatable price of free. (No ads that I’ve seen either.)

Second, very nice looking, even in dark mode. The bars for calories are in a nice, understandable UI, each button is intuitive - this app looks like it could have been on my phone from purchase. (It’s a lot more useful than some of those apps though.)

In short, this app is perfect for if you have poor memory (like me) and would like to stop yourself from overeating, would like to track what you eat, or even want to plan out your meals.

Andre Nickatina5 ,

Apple Watch Review

Overall I really like the app and how you can set independent macros as a complication on your Apple Watch. For someone who only tracks steps, water and protein, this is great. I use another app for steps and another for water. I like how I can just have a protein complication. The only reason why I don’t give 5 stars is because I can’t log protein on my Apple Watch. I have to go on my phone to log it. On the app I use for water, I am able to log it directly on my watch. I do realize this is nit picking a little bit and would probably be difficult logging specific food items on your watch compared to just water. No other apps offer individual macro complications and I love FoodNoms for creating this feature. It is very useful for someone who emphasizes weight lifting and chases protein intake. I think if they make it so you can log your food on the watch, it would be the cherry on top. I think they will be able to attract bodybuilders with the independent macro complication

App Privacy

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

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Purchases
  • Location
  • User Content
  • Search History
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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