Best iPad Calorie Counter
Let your iPad help you get healthier.
Keeping track of your diet and calories can be tricky sometimes. The iPad can be a great tool to stay on top of your diet. This AppGuide will help guide you through some of the best ones.
by MyNetDiary Inc.
This pricey but incredibly feature-rich app allows you to track just about every aspect of your health. Far more than a food diary, you get a diet planner, recipes, and detailed nutrition database. Track your exercise, body measurement, blood pressure, sleep, daily steps, water intake, vitamins/medications, and more. You get access to an online community supported by a registered dietician. Your health journal gets synced between your iPad, computer, and even your iPhone if you wish.
This simplistic app makes calorie counting fast and easy. Its food database is one of the largest out there with just over two million entries. It even comes with a barcode scanner so that you can easily find foods while you're preparing them. The recipe calculator is a unique feature that allows you to enter your own recipes to calculate the nutritional contents. Aside from being a calorie counter, this app also includes a database of exercises, a goals tracker, reports, and a way to connect with friends. Don't forget to visit the website MyFitnessPal.com to sync and backup your data for free!
This free food diary has some nice extra features. In addition to a large nutrition database of both restaurant and grocery store foods, you get a manual barcode input, exercise diary, and weight tracker. Sync your information online for access anywhere.
by ARAWELLA CORPORATION
With a particularly attractive user interface and useful nutrition information, this universal app carries some nice features. Search products by entering the barcode or name of the product. Foods are evaluated and given scores so you make the best food choices.
by sanofi-aventis U.S. LLC
This free app is actually like three apps in one: a nutrition database, a food tracker to record your daily meals, and a restaurant locator. Track not only calories, but also proteins, carbs, and fats. The nutrition database is powered by CalorieKing, and it includes nutrition information from all the major restaurant chains as well as most foods found in grocery stores.
Users of the popular website SparkPeople.com will definitely want to download this app on their iPad. If you’ve never visited the site, you can register and get a free account for maximum customization, or simply use this app without it. You get a food, calorie, exercise, and weight tracker. You can even have daily meal plans customized to your goals if you like.
Just what it sounds like, this no-frills universal app is an extensive and detailed nutrition database for grocery store and chain restaurant foods. It’s a little pricey for what it is, but nonetheless, it does what it says.
by Everyday Health, Inc.
When it comes to results, Jillian Michaels never fails. Use this app to count your calories and track your fitness. It also includes step-by-step videos from Jillian, slimming recipes, a sample meal plan, and a sample fitness plan. If all that isn't enough for you there is a subscription option of $3.99 a week that will grant you access to even more content.
Track your daily caloric intake and exercise with this universal app. It’s a companion tool for members of Livestrong’s “The Daily Plate." In addition to calories, this app will also track your fat, cholesterol, sodium, carbohydrate, sugar, fiber, and protein intake.
This app doesn't technically keep track of your calories, but if you're looking for a fast way to check calories then look no more! The CalorieKing Food Database is deemed America's most reliable and contains over 70,000 foods. It even includes over 200 fast food chains and restaurants. In addition to providing you with calorie information, it also lists specific details such as the amounts of protein, fiber, saturated fat, trans fat, cholesterol, sodium, and alcohol in each food item.