If you are doing a diet that requires intervals between meals, such as Optavia or Medifast. This app can help you out!

- Interval Timers
- Customizable Notifications
- Trackers
- Food Label Scanning
- Widget
- WatchOS App

== Interval Timers ==
Use interval timers to help remind you of things spaced throughout the day, such as fuelings. Timers will by default be spaced apart every 2 hours. You can snooze and modify each timer individually, or set default settings for all your timers.

== Customizations ==
Fueling timers are customizable. You can now change the number of timers, the interval between timers, how much time is added when adding intervals, timer sound, repeating timers, snooze length and notification text.

== Trackers ==
Trackers are here to help track anything you need. Calories, water, exercise you name it, FuelingTimer can track it.

== Food Label Scanning ==
FuelingTimer can scan food labels for your trackers. If you're using the trackers for tracking any food-related item, FuelingTimer's scanning feature can automate it for you. Just go to the scanning screen under trackers, point your camera at any label, and it's done.

== Widget ==
Use FuelingTimer straight from iOS's Notification Center. See when your next timer is, or start new timers for the day without ever opening the app.

== WatchOS App ==
Use FuelingTimer on your watch! The watch app can start your timers and you can view your next timer from your watch.

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What’s New

Version 2.5.1

Bug fixes and performance improvements

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
309 Ratings

309 Ratings

rorooz1 ,

not functioning fully

The timer works, eventhough it is not very intuitive/logical to program. The scanner does not work nor does the all trackers feature.

NGoulette ,

Just Started Using

I just downloaded this as I am using it for the OPTAVIA 5&1 Plan.

Here are a couple things I’ve noticed right off the bat:

There is no indication that the timer has started. Since I went looking for something like this after I technically started, I had to use the manual timer. When I set that time to start 30 minutes ago and click the “Start Timers From Time” button, it just takes me back to the main screen that has the big red “Start Timers” button. But that is the button to start from the current time. It’s confusing. Once you start a timer whether it’s the main from the current time or the manual timer, it should indicate that the timers have started and are running and the button should change to “Stop Timers” with a confirmation so timers aren’t accidentally stopped.

Also, would be nice to be able to add an interval name from “Interval” to something descriptive like 1st Fueling, Shake, Lunch, etc. and have each alarm description reflect that same label.

Will report back once I’ve had more time to use it.

Developer Response ,

Hi NGoulette! We’ve just released a huge update to the app. It includes more features and an updated UI. We’d added the ability to name individual timers, and hope the update meets any other needs you have!

thecoolwinter ,

Great Trackers

I love this app for how it handles trackers. I use it for the fueling timers in my 5:1 plan, and that part works well. The trackers though I use for tracking both calories and water during my day. The app has a scanning feature that I use a ton for tracking calories. It basically makes it so I can scan whatever food I have and add it to my tracker.

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