Facebook_pixel
30 Whole Days

30 Whole Days

Finnsane Productions LLC

30 Day Compliance checker

4.0 Ratings 6K+ Reviews

Ratings & Reviews

4.0
6.2K+ Ratings
  1. 5
  2. 4
  3. 3
  4. 2
  5. 1
  • Needs one improvement May 27, 2019

    By Scott Hutchison
    App works great except that when all subcategories of a group are not allowed it should tell you that before you have to go into each category individually. When I scan a product and it has 15 different versions or flavors of that product, it’s such a waste of time to go into every one only to find that ALL of them are not allowed. Just tell me up front!!!
    more
  • Good App - Lame Daily Encouragement Jul 26, 2018

    By RangerPantyzLTW
    First of all, let me be clear, we should not find our sole encouragement during Whole30 from a phone app. Regardless, it should have a little more thought and time put it into it then several days of practically the same saying reworded. Use facts about what the body is/should be experiencing and tell the user these things. Then round it out with genuine encouragement. As for the ingredient search and the package finder, they are great qualities of the app. I've had nothing but success with either of those things. That's the main reason why the price is justified.
    more
  • UI Needs Much Improvement Apr 10, 2020

    By Ray100Ray100
    Would prefer the app to open with a search and not lengthy scrollable text (not important). Buttons would be phenomenal as opposed to navigating a menu bar (important). Most importantly, I would value the option to add an ingredient from the search directly to my grocery list. For example, if I discover that salmon is compliant, I could tap a plus sign and add it to my list, rather than have to navigate to a different menu and input salmon all over again. Then go back to search for another and repeat. For looking up additives, though, it is incredibly useful. Looking forward to updates!
    more
  • Decent App Overall Jan 10, 2020

    By NoNickNameAloud
    Decent app overall. I like the 30 day countdown. Also, the scan and search feature is nice. They have a recipe section, as well. I appreciate the recipe option, however, there is an annoying Instagram pop up in the recipe section. I understand the recipe section works better with Instagram, but I don’t want to do Instagram. It continually pops up with each recipe, as I’m trying to read it. When I select the back button, it does nothing. If I hit it more than once, it takes me to the home screen. If this issue can be corrected, I’d be happy to give five stars.
    more
  • Not alway right Dec 13, 2017

    By can't think of a nickname yo
    This app came in handy at the store and wasn’t sure about something- and saved time not having to read labels as much. That is, until half way through my whole 30 I realized it said things were approved that really aren’t. Larabars with vanilla extract aren’t allowed and the app says they are. ? Makes me wonder what else wasn’t right. I see now that’s a pretty basic no-no. Another thing is a lot of items aren’t in the database. It’s getting there, but needs better accuracy and time to build the database up.
    more
  • There are ADS! ..Somewhat helpful app, but the recipe section is frustrating. Jan 3, 2019

    By @_frozenintimephoto_
    First off, I strongly disagree with the fact that there are ads shown in the recipe section even though this app cost $2.99. The ads are annoying and cover what I’m trying to look at, and I’m constantly having to close them. On another note, there needs to be a way to filter your search results when you’re searching for recipes. For instance, I am doing the whole 30 diet and I was looking for a salad dressing recipe.. I typed in “dressing” and all different kinds of dressings came up that weren’t Whole 30 approved. I couldn’t find any sort of option to filter the results to only include Whole 30 options. I feel like this app is basically a waste of time because after taking all the time to scroll through all the dressing recipes (trying to find the ones that are whole 30 approved), I might as well have just googled it. The last thing I am disappointed in, is that many food items that I look up apparently “can’t be found” in the system or something, even when I manually type it the number. Also, the barcode scanner doesn’t always work. Sometimes it says “no barcode detected”. Overall I’m pretty disappointed that this cost $2.99 considering what I got, and of course, the fact that there are advertisements.
    more
  • Total waste of money Oct 1, 2019

    By Jt0703
    I was excited to find a well rated app to help me get through the questions I would surely have along the way. The barcode scanner is what really sold me. My first trip to Trader Joe’s I scanned a few barcodes, not one is recognized. I think okay, it’s their label, maybe I’m asking too much. Next stop, Whole Foods, same outcome. Surely it’s me... so I type ‘yucca’ in the ingredient search and again I’m disappointed. The recipe section brings you to Instagram. Okay I have already followed that myself, didn’t need a paid app to bring me there. How frustrating! I spent money for this crap? Don’t get suckered in like I did, just google your questions and follow whole30 recipes on Instagram. You’re welcome, you can send me your $2.99 because I just did about as much work as the app does.
    more
  • Not really worth it May 15, 2020

    By Fatlady44
    There are very few useful tools in this app. It’s kind of a waste of money. The barcode scanner is convenient but it’s quicker to just read the ingredients list. And the approved food list feature is exactly the same as just typing an ingredient followed by “whole 30” In search bar, the very first thing that comes up is whether it’s approved or not. And I don’t need an app to count down my 30 days...I’m painfully aware of the time already. What would have been great is a recipe database and even better one where you could enter a couple of ingredients and have recipe results using what you have in refrigerator. Even some fun notifications or badges to get you through the days.
    more
  • Good potential but lacking Apr 15, 2019

    By amandalinky
    I was so excited when I came across this app, as I just started the whole30 for the first time. Seeing as this isn’t a free app I had some higher expectations. When I go to use the barcode feature I’d say at least 50% of the items are recognize... and I’m talking popular items found at Costco or Trader Joe’s. How have these not been added to the list? I also scanned a barcode listed on a ranch dressing bottle made specifically for whole30 and it told me it wasn’t approved so it made me very weary of how accurate the results from the barcode scan even are. That being said, when a barcode is recognized, this app is a huge timesaver.
    more
  • It’s just a list of approved foods & an inconsistent scanner May 31, 2019

    By Ekfomo
    This app doesn’t doo much. You have to add in your own items for the grocery list. It should be able to add to your list through the approved foods. It doesn’t save the last grocery list. The grocery list doesn’t give you room for quantities — do I need 5 bananas or 6 bananas? Well you’d have to add that as a new item. Can you edit an item in your grocery list? Nope. It’s like an app made from DOS/Basic programming language. Not a time saver. Don’t waste your money. May I have a refund? One day in and I already can’t stand it. I think Carb Manager is much more effective.
    more

No reviews available

  • Good App - Lame Daily Encouragement Jul 26, 2018

    By RangerPantyzLTW
    First of all, let me be clear, we should not find our sole encouragement during Whole30 from a phone app. Regardless, it should have a little more thought and time put it into it then several days of practically the same saying reworded. Use facts about what the body is/should be experiencing and tell the user these things. Then round it out with genuine encouragement. As for the ingredient search and the package finder, they are great qualities of the app. I've had nothing but success with either of those things. That's the main reason why the price is justified.
    more
  • New to Whole 30 Jul 30, 2018

    By BrandonsMom
    As a person just starting Whole 30, (I’m on Day Six), this app has been a life-saver. The best feature by far is the package scanner. There are so many confusing rules on what to eliminate that without this app, I’m afraid I would find this food plan too difficult to follow. There are still many foods the app does not recognize, but overall, it is a great tool.
    more
  • Needs one improvement May 27, 2019

    By Scott Hutchison
    App works great except that when all subcategories of a group are not allowed it should tell you that before you have to go into each category individually. When I scan a product and it has 15 different versions or flavors of that product, it’s such a waste of time to go into every one only to find that ALL of them are not allowed. Just tell me up front!!!
    more
  • A Must Have to understand the Plan Jun 18, 2018

    By stonehenge2018
    I love this app for its completeness. I never really understood the program but this makes it easy. The only criticism I have is that when I pay for an app, I don’t expect ads to pop up. These are annoying since they pop up covering content. I would certainly pay more for an ad free version. The app itself, however, is excellent.
    more
  • UI Needs Much Improvement Apr 10, 2020

    By Ray100Ray100
    Would prefer the app to open with a search and not lengthy scrollable text (not important). Buttons would be phenomenal as opposed to navigating a menu bar (important). Most importantly, I would value the option to add an ingredient from the search directly to my grocery list. For example, if I discover that salmon is compliant, I could tap a plus sign and add it to my list, rather than have to navigate to a different menu and input salmon all over again. Then go back to search for another and repeat. For looking up additives, though, it is incredibly useful. Looking forward to updates!
    more
  • Decent App Overall Jan 10, 2020

    By NoNickNameAloud
    Decent app overall. I like the 30 day countdown. Also, the scan and search feature is nice. They have a recipe section, as well. I appreciate the recipe option, however, there is an annoying Instagram pop up in the recipe section. I understand the recipe section works better with Instagram, but I don’t want to do Instagram. It continually pops up with each recipe, as I’m trying to read it. When I select the back button, it does nothing. If I hit it more than once, it takes me to the home screen. If this issue can be corrected, I’d be happy to give five stars.
    more
  • Not alway right Dec 13, 2017

    By can't think of a nickname yo
    This app came in handy at the store and wasn’t sure about something- and saved time not having to read labels as much. That is, until half way through my whole 30 I realized it said things were approved that really aren’t. Larabars with vanilla extract aren’t allowed and the app says they are. ? Makes me wonder what else wasn’t right. I see now that’s a pretty basic no-no. Another thing is a lot of items aren’t in the database. It’s getting there, but needs better accuracy and time to build the database up.
    more
  • It’s okay, room for improvement Dec 13, 2018

    By bridgetoneill
    I’m just starting out and this is definitely better than nothing! But most of what I’m scanning isn’t in the database so I haven’t been able to rely on the barcode feature. (Trader Joe’s, for example) The barcode was my main reason for purchasing so in that regard I’m a little bummed. Some ideas: - I mostly shop at Trader Joe’s for whole30 and very few of the foods I scanned were in the database. An option for user submitted foods could help build the database? - I’d love a way to choose my landing page for when I open the app. At launch, it’s on the welcome page. Then I need to select the menu bar before I can get anywhere. - a counter or countdown on the app’s badge, or a widget, that shows what day you’re on would be cool! I think this app has real promise, especially if the barcode scanner works with significantly more food items
    more
  • There are ADS! ..Somewhat helpful app, but the recipe section is frustrating. Jan 3, 2019

    By @_frozenintimephoto_
    First off, I strongly disagree with the fact that there are ads shown in the recipe section even though this app cost $2.99. The ads are annoying and cover what I’m trying to look at, and I’m constantly having to close them. On another note, there needs to be a way to filter your search results when you’re searching for recipes. For instance, I am doing the whole 30 diet and I was looking for a salad dressing recipe.. I typed in “dressing” and all different kinds of dressings came up that weren’t Whole 30 approved. I couldn’t find any sort of option to filter the results to only include Whole 30 options. I feel like this app is basically a waste of time because after taking all the time to scroll through all the dressing recipes (trying to find the ones that are whole 30 approved), I might as well have just googled it. The last thing I am disappointed in, is that many food items that I look up apparently “can’t be found” in the system or something, even when I manually type it the number. Also, the barcode scanner doesn’t always work. Sometimes it says “no barcode detected”. Overall I’m pretty disappointed that this cost $2.99 considering what I got, and of course, the fact that there are advertisements.
    more
  • Not really worth it May 15, 2020

    By Fatlady44
    There are very few useful tools in this app. It’s kind of a waste of money. The barcode scanner is convenient but it’s quicker to just read the ingredients list. And the approved food list feature is exactly the same as just typing an ingredient followed by “whole 30” In search bar, the very first thing that comes up is whether it’s approved or not. And I don’t need an app to count down my 30 days...I’m painfully aware of the time already. What would have been great is a recipe database and even better one where you could enter a couple of ingredients and have recipe results using what you have in refrigerator. Even some fun notifications or badges to get you through the days.
    more
  • Good potential but lacking Apr 15, 2019

    By amandalinky
    I was so excited when I came across this app, as I just started the whole30 for the first time. Seeing as this isn’t a free app I had some higher expectations. When I go to use the barcode feature I’d say at least 50% of the items are recognize... and I’m talking popular items found at Costco or Trader Joe’s. How have these not been added to the list? I also scanned a barcode listed on a ranch dressing bottle made specifically for whole30 and it told me it wasn’t approved so it made me very weary of how accurate the results from the barcode scan even are. That being said, when a barcode is recognized, this app is a huge timesaver.
    more
  • Day10ok Oct 22, 2018

    By Hcguser
    I liked this app in the beginning of my 30 days because it was all new to me. But I’m finding there’s really not much in it to rely on. The food lookup is all there really is and I can do that with a list of approved foods, which is not that hard to remember anyway. I really wish it was more interactive and had more functions-like a good diary, and daily diary of thoughts, excercise, and a group chat type function. The daily one-liners to encourage are just from the book, so it’s be better to have something relevant but new.
    more
  • Recipe & (unconnected) grocery functions are disappointing Aug 6, 2018

    By Laj2004
    Recipes are basically just a mobile version of the Skinnytaste website, so they take a long time to load with all the photos, ads, and pop ups. Along with that loses the one item I bought the app for - connectivity between the recipes and grocery list (there is none). You would think if the two were advertised in the same app then they would be connected, but I suppose I’ve learned my lesson on making assumptions. :-(
    more
  • Total waste of money Oct 1, 2019

    By Jt0703
    I was excited to find a well rated app to help me get through the questions I would surely have along the way. The barcode scanner is what really sold me. My first trip to Trader Joe’s I scanned a few barcodes, not one is recognized. I think okay, it’s their label, maybe I’m asking too much. Next stop, Whole Foods, same outcome. Surely it’s me... so I type ‘yucca’ in the ingredient search and again I’m disappointed. The recipe section brings you to Instagram. Okay I have already followed that myself, didn’t need a paid app to bring me there. How frustrating! I spent money for this crap? Don’t get suckered in like I did, just google your questions and follow whole30 recipes on Instagram. You’re welcome, you can send me your $2.99 because I just did about as much work as the app does.
    more
  • It’s just a list of approved foods & an inconsistent scanner May 31, 2019

    By Ekfomo
    This app doesn’t doo much. You have to add in your own items for the grocery list. It should be able to add to your list through the approved foods. It doesn’t save the last grocery list. The grocery list doesn’t give you room for quantities — do I need 5 bananas or 6 bananas? Well you’d have to add that as a new item. Can you edit an item in your grocery list? Nope. It’s like an app made from DOS/Basic programming language. Not a time saver. Don’t waste your money. May I have a refund? One day in and I already can’t stand it. I think Carb Manager is much more effective.
    more
  • UI is trash and scanning database isn’t big Jan 28, 2020

    By Bouaphaseuth
    The UI isn’t put together very well. The database for approved items isn’t very big. So far most the items I’ve scanned wasn’t found in their system. Definitely feels half a$$ed. I.e. when you go to recipes.. it’s not even giving you recipes. It forwards you to the whole30 Instagram page. Like duh I’ll check out recipes there too, but I got this app to have more resources. Also, You’re probably thinking, “oh they will probably update the app.” It’s been 4 months since the app has been updated on this day of my review. Save your money and don’t get this app.
    more
  • Not worth the value for the $$ Feb 22, 2020

    By TwinPowerVA
    If you have to give a one page direction up Front then you’re not developing an intuitive app. If you want people to set start date, then that should be the first thing to display the first time you use the app (instead of hiding in the menu). And where is the Ok or submit button? wasn’t sure if the date was set or not. Everything on the menu should be a button on the front screen. The recipe is just a link to the Instagram page, and the IG page is a bunch of marketing crap instead of recipes. So the only function if the entire app is to tell me if a product is compliant or not? To me that’s not worth $2.99, I could’ve google’d! Definitely don’t need the lame encouragement, I need practical things like recipes, ideas, a tool to track what I ate and show me what things I did well and what I fall Short. Can I get my $$ back?
    more

What’s Groovy

What’s Subpar

Loading...

Ask