Nutritionix Track 4+

Food Tracking App


Designed for iPad

    • 4.8 • 24.2K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Nutritionix Track is a fitness tracking app developed and maintained by a team of registered dietitians. Making fitness tracking a daily habit is an effective way to work towards your health goals, so the mission of the Track app is to take the heavy-lifting out of keeping up with your food log.

Track’s simplicity and efficiency is why our users don’t just give food logging a try – they stick with it.

Check it out:

Log all of your foods in as little as 60 seconds per day thanks to the following features:

- Predictive search

- State-of-the-art Natural Language processing technology

- Instant barcode scanning

What can I track?

- Food intake

- Nutrient totals

- Exercise

- Weight and weight progress

- Calorie and macro goals

- Water intake

The unrivalled Nutritionix database offers:

- 800K+ unique foods

- Coverage of 95% of grocery items in the US and Canada

- 760+ US restaurant chain menus

- Thousands of common foods recipes created by our in-house team of dietitians

- We are adding and updating hundreds of foods every day!

Create custom recipes and food items:

- Advanced recipe creation tool for logging custom recipes in seconds

- Custom Foods tool for one-off items

- Share your recipes easily!

Additional features

- Download your data as a spreadsheet with our Export feature

- Keep tabs on your progress with the Stats view

- Sync your Track nutrition, weight and active energy data with Apple health with our push/pull feature.

- Fitbit sync

Track Pro

Upgrade to Track Pro to access the Coach Portal and share your Track food log with your dietitian, trainer, or other ‘coach’.

- Become a premium Track user by subscribing to Track Pro. Subscription prices start at $5.99 USD/month for the monthly subscription and $29 USD/year for the annual subscription. Prices are in U.S. dollars, are subject to change, and may vary in countries other than the U.S.

- 2 month free trial for premium features.

- If you choose to purchase Track Pro, payment will be charged to your iTunes account, and your account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the 2-month trial period. Auto-renewal may be turned off at any time by going to your settings in the iTunes store after purchase.



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What’s New

Version 1.5.2

Version 1.5.2 includes key bug fixes for a smoother Track experience. Download today!

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
24.2K Ratings

24.2K Ratings

picard35 ,

A wellness tracker that actually stands out from the rest.

I’ve seen and used many different wellness trackers during my time trying to meet a healthy weight. And all of these apps are great. They do there job and I have nothing to complain about. However, I never stick with any wellness apps because they are too good, and therefore, overly complicated. This is the pet where this app comes in. It’s dead simple to use which keeps me coming back to log my food intake. As long as you have a scale to weigh the food your eating, this simple app makes the chore of logging macros into kinda a game in a way. When I wake up I genuinely want to weigh my food and log it into the app because it’s very accurate, very thorough, and very effective. But finding all that in an app that is as simple as this one is hard to find. The app even automatically tally’s all of your calories for the day and differentiates the macros. This way in a matter of a second you can figure out if you met your goal. This app also integrates with restaurants so even if you have to eat out you can still log your calories for the food you order! All in all this app is effective, accurate, it’s fun to use and most importantly, its actually easy to understand and use!

SuperShopper!! ,

ALMOST Perfect! 😩

I started using this app about a week ago to replace MyFitnessPal (which I had been using since 2012 but got annoyed with because of their removing barcode scanning and their recently putting ads in very inconvenient places). I enjoy this app because searching for and logging foods is rather seamless; it is pretty intuitive to use. It also makes tracking your macros and micros easy.

My only gripe about the Nutritionix app is a single glitch that I experience. I often log a day’s meals all at once. However, after successfully logging breakfast, I attempt to log lunch for that day and it doesn’t appear in the diary. So I do it again and again and again, and it still doesn’t appear. So I have to close the app and reopen it after logging one meal in order to log another meal. This pretty much happens every time I use the app; it’s a tad annoying, especially the first few times that I attempted to log one meal 3 or 4 times before I realized that it was a glitch. Hopefully, this glitch will get fixed so I can thoroughly enjoy this app.

Otherwise, I like that this app does push and pull information from the Apple health app. I also appreciate that several of the restaurants I have searched have their items in this app. I further appreciate the (?)general food item that you can log if you for some reason can’t find your exact food so you don’t have to create your own every time.

Cam Is Da Boss ,

I've used this for about 1 week.

As per the title, I've only used this app for a relatively short amount of time, but so far I'm loving it. The barcode scanner system they have makes things fun for me. When entering in my weight, there's a little graph that shows how high or low it goes over time so I submitted all the recordings I had previously written down and it's very fulfilling seeing my progress on the chart. I do have minor issues with teeny aspects of parts of information that you can submit, but I've found unique ways to get around it within the app.

If I were to suggest something that's not exactly necessary, I would suggest "stickers" for the calendar. Maybe enter in a cake or balloon emoji for a day as a visual guide that there was a birthday party I went to. Possibly a toggle to show it on the weight graph too above or below the dot markers as another fun little visualization. For individuals with menstrual cycles(like me), it would be comforting seeing that my weight loss wasn't as much as I would've preferred it be with the visualization of some type of emoji representing that too. Or a sickness emoji. My main point is other heath/event factors like those would likely improve the interface for visual individuals.

App Privacy

The developer, Nutritionix, 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 Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info

Data Not Linked to You

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

  • Location
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

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

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