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Bitesnap: Photo Food Tracker and Calorie Counter

Bitesnap: Photo Food Tracker and Calorie Counter

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The easiest way to track your diet, count calories and balance your macros

4.7 Ratings 4K+ Reviews 100K+ Downloads

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The easiest way to track your diet, count calories and balance your macros
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4.7
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  • Way more convenient than FitnessPal Feb 24, 2018

    By jadeyes914
    Before I found this app, I used FitnessPal. While it was more accurate than this, which is more like an estimated amount of calories (if you don’t use the barcode feature), it’s a lot more annoying in that you have to look up the food, manually input all the info, etc. I liked it for a while, but it got really tedious, especially when I’d eat out and there were no barcodes or anything to scan. While calorie estimate feature of Bitesnap isn’t as accurate, you do get the option to scan a barcode for a more accurate reading, like FitnessPal. If you don’t have that option, you can either input the information manually, or simply snap a picture. This app is a LOT more helpful when it comes to eating out or recipes without a calorie count available on it. I would definitely recommend! The only complaint I’d have is when you manually input the data of food, you don’t get the option to delete it once it’s submitted. I accidentally put in the wrong info, but I couldn’t go back and delete that recipe. I wish it’d give us the option to delete.
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  • Jan 4, 2021

    By Torin Garfield
    Got it & started using it. So far so good. Very intuitive. I like the ease of selecting a qty multiplier for the portions. Often I don't eat everything or save some for later. The daily overview is concise and highly useful. Only issue: Barcode scanner doesn't have much of a database or way to use others' databases; it's okay because u can text search for the item in app, but particulars like a Mtn Dew Voltage VS a normal Mtn Dew (which do have different nutrition facts) I had enter myself.
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  • Best Meal Tracker Jan 11, 2021

    By iScypher
    I LOVE that I can snap a photo of my meal / drink, choose the included ingredients (if I want to), and then later on, have that quick visual to reference—the ingredients I chose are unobtrusively listed over the bottom section of the photo. And I also love how it lists out the calories and macros of your meal. You can also add several pics to one entry, which is great in case you don’t want to try to fit all items into one photo, you forget to include something or you want to lump a bunch of items into one entry. I’ve tried other apps that are photo-based only, and while they are helpful visually, that’s as far as their helpfulness goes. This app uses both a photo journal method AND calorie and macro tracking. As someone who watches my macro intake, I find this monumentally helpful. This is hands-down my favorite meal tracking app. Side note: I would love it with there were camera filter options. Would just add a little something fun to the app. Thank you to the developers for such a great app!! 😃
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  • Dec 30, 2020

    By Olivia Lynn
    I have been absolutely loving this. It's not too much of a chore, it's hugely informative, and the graphics are beautiful. The one feature I would love is the ability to retake photos - I often end up with a slightly out of focus picture, and if you've put the meal info in first, you have to redo the entire meal
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  • Best food diary app by a mile Sep 6, 2019

    By JakeylovesCakey
    I’ve only used this app for a day but there are so many things I like about this app, it’s crazy. Before I discovered picture diary apps, I used MyFitnessPal. Scanning barcodes, measuring serving sizes and counting calories became so tedious that I stopped using the app altogether. Then I tried Ate, but it is strictly a picture diary and it didn’t give me information I needed. I like Bitesnap because you can take a picture of your meal and it tries it’s best to identify all the foods in the picture and it even gives you a pretty close calorie estimate. You do have the option to manually enter calories or scan a barcode if that’s important to you. The only reason I gave this app 4 stars is because I haven’t actually tried the barcode feature yet so I haven’t run into any of the problems other reviews mentioned. I love all the customization features of this app and I like how it calculates your BMI, BMR and TDEE for you. The only thing that would make this app better is if they made a widget so I can add foods and see my calorie intake without physically having to open the app every time. Please, please, make a widget.
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  • Wonderful on the surface, faulty at its core. Jan 26, 2019

    By Brinko Feternity
    Love the simplicity and design. Seemed to be the perfect tracking app at first. As I began to actually track my meals the flaws became apparent. I’ve scanned several barcodes now and not a single food item has popped up in the database. These are just things like regular frozen meals. So basically, I’ve been having to add every single item in manually along with the macros. On top of that, once you add an item into the database, you cannot edit it. I entered some information in wrong and couldn’t figure out a way to go back and change it. Btw, if you take a picture of food, the app doesn’t look for the actual item, it just scans the color of the item. For example, if you take a picture of toast on a plate, it won’t pop up as toast. It will see the brown color of the toast and bring up 15 different food items that are also brown. “Coffee, Cashews, Chocolate, Honey, Peanut Butter, Ect...” Seems like it would be pretty handy still, except my actual item seems to never be on the list of recommended items. Bummer.
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  • Sep 30, 2020

    By Richard Brown
    Not what I'm looking for in regards to food and meal tracking. Doesn't even have an entry for protein! Has everything else, including vitamin content, but no protein. Also, the bar scanner is useless as it couldn't find my sample lean cuisine box I was using as a test for these meal tracking apps. All the other apps I tested up until this app found the product no problem. With this app I didn't mind entering the info manually, but then I noticed protein was missing.
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  • Way more convenient than FitnessPal Feb 24, 2018

    By jadeyes914
    Before I found this app, I used FitnessPal. While it was more accurate than this, which is more like an estimated amount of calories (if you don’t use the barcode feature), it’s a lot more annoying in that you have to look up the food, manually input all the info, etc. I liked it for a while, but it got really tedious, especially when I’d eat out and there were no barcodes or anything to scan. While calorie estimate feature of Bitesnap isn’t as accurate, you do get the option to scan a barcode for a more accurate reading, like FitnessPal. If you don’t have that option, you can either input the information manually, or simply snap a picture. This app is a LOT more helpful when it comes to eating out or recipes without a calorie count available on it. I would definitely recommend! The only complaint I’d have is when you manually input the data of food, you don’t get the option to delete it once it’s submitted. I accidentally put in the wrong info, but I couldn’t go back and delete that recipe. I wish it’d give us the option to delete.
    more
  • Best Meal Tracker Jan 11, 2021

    By iScypher
    I LOVE that I can snap a photo of my meal / drink, choose the included ingredients (if I want to), and then later on, have that quick visual to reference—the ingredients I chose are unobtrusively listed over the bottom section of the photo. And I also love how it lists out the calories and macros of your meal. You can also add several pics to one entry, which is great in case you don’t want to try to fit all items into one photo, you forget to include something or you want to lump a bunch of items into one entry. I’ve tried other apps that are photo-based only, and while they are helpful visually, that’s as far as their helpfulness goes. This app uses both a photo journal method AND calorie and macro tracking. As someone who watches my macro intake, I find this monumentally helpful. This is hands-down my favorite meal tracking app. Side note: I would love it with there were camera filter options. Would just add a little something fun to the app. Thank you to the developers for such a great app!! 😃
    more
  • Dec 30, 2020

    By Olivia Lynn
    I have been absolutely loving this. It's not too much of a chore, it's hugely informative, and the graphics are beautiful. The one feature I would love is the ability to retake photos - I often end up with a slightly out of focus picture, and if you've put the meal info in first, you have to redo the entire meal
    more
  • Dec 18, 2020

    By Evelyn Gruenewald
    Love this so much!! I am a fitness person, and while counting calories is important for some, I never knew it was so easy to do ((therefore did not do it)) till I found this app. Quick, easy, and simple to use- take a picture before or after you eat, and fill in the information. Love it!
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  • Perfect for this busy working mom Apr 6, 2018

    By Lic.Tani
    All the other reviews mentioned everything I love about this app except one thing. I love how I can quickly snap the picture and then put my phone away and add all the details later. With other apps I've used you have to spend some time listing what you ate later (and you forget) or spend time before you eat listing everything. With this app I don't have that problem. This is great when eating out (or in) with company or on a date with my husband or at home with my family. I don't have to sit there rudely focused on my phone for 5 minutes of the precious time I have with family or friends. Later when I have a private moment I can add any details I want and check the nutritional info. At first maybe you want to be checking those thing before you eat but Soon you get to know by sight how many calories a plate of food is and this helps you make decisions more intuitively in the future.
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  • Jan 4, 2021

    By Torin Garfield
    Got it & started using it. So far so good. Very intuitive. I like the ease of selecting a qty multiplier for the portions. Often I don't eat everything or save some for later. The daily overview is concise and highly useful. Only issue: Barcode scanner doesn't have much of a database or way to use others' databases; it's okay because u can text search for the item in app, but particulars like a Mtn Dew Voltage VS a normal Mtn Dew (which do have different nutrition facts) I had enter myself.
    more
  • Best food diary app by a mile Sep 6, 2019

    By JakeylovesCakey
    I’ve only used this app for a day but there are so many things I like about this app, it’s crazy. Before I discovered picture diary apps, I used MyFitnessPal. Scanning barcodes, measuring serving sizes and counting calories became so tedious that I stopped using the app altogether. Then I tried Ate, but it is strictly a picture diary and it didn’t give me information I needed. I like Bitesnap because you can take a picture of your meal and it tries it’s best to identify all the foods in the picture and it even gives you a pretty close calorie estimate. You do have the option to manually enter calories or scan a barcode if that’s important to you. The only reason I gave this app 4 stars is because I haven’t actually tried the barcode feature yet so I haven’t run into any of the problems other reviews mentioned. I love all the customization features of this app and I like how it calculates your BMI, BMR and TDEE for you. The only thing that would make this app better is if they made a widget so I can add foods and see my calorie intake without physically having to open the app every time. Please, please, make a widget.
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  • Oct 22, 2020

    By Amanda White
    Love the idea of taking pics for food diary! It's great whether you're visually tracking or following specific macronutrients. Something I might like differently is having the actual # I set for macros listed on the graph for the day as it does not show that now (just bars that never end?) I would also like the #s instead of the percentages on the home page, but that's just a personal preference. Otherwise this app has been great for tracking food intake and my weight for a bikini competition!
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  • Nov 20, 2020

    By Linda Gaddy
    Easy use. Helps me to reach daily goals by showing number of calories eaten vs goal, plus percentage of carbs, fat and protein in what you eat. I'm trying to eat a low carb, low fat diet and the tracker shows the direct correlation between what I eat and the nutritional goals. I took off a star because photo recognition only works if you have standard, easily recognized foods like a sandwich or spaghetti. I have to search and input the ingredients for each dish. Not precise, but it works for me
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  • Sep 16, 2020

    By Ben Woodworth
    Pretty happy with it so far. It's a lot easier than any other food tracking app I've tried, and it's the first time I feel like I can stick to it! There are some usability things that I think could use some work though (there's no inertia scrolling on some screens, and sometimes navigating is a little unintuitive). Thanks for the great app! :)
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  • Oct 29, 2020

    By Kayla W
    This is everything I was looking for in a Visual Food Diary. It combines MFP with SHYE. Love it after only a few minutes of use! edit: there are a LOT of glitches. I'm open to sharing if y'all need to know about them.
  • Wonderful on the surface, faulty at its core. Jan 26, 2019

    By Brinko Feternity
    Love the simplicity and design. Seemed to be the perfect tracking app at first. As I began to actually track my meals the flaws became apparent. I’ve scanned several barcodes now and not a single food item has popped up in the database. These are just things like regular frozen meals. So basically, I’ve been having to add every single item in manually along with the macros. On top of that, once you add an item into the database, you cannot edit it. I entered some information in wrong and couldn’t figure out a way to go back and change it. Btw, if you take a picture of food, the app doesn’t look for the actual item, it just scans the color of the item. For example, if you take a picture of toast on a plate, it won’t pop up as toast. It will see the brown color of the toast and bring up 15 different food items that are also brown. “Coffee, Cashews, Chocolate, Honey, Peanut Butter, Ect...” Seems like it would be pretty handy still, except my actual item seems to never be on the list of recommended items. Bummer.
    more
  • Sep 30, 2020

    By Richard Brown
    Not what I'm looking for in regards to food and meal tracking. Doesn't even have an entry for protein! Has everything else, including vitamin content, but no protein. Also, the bar scanner is useless as it couldn't find my sample lean cuisine box I was using as a test for these meal tracking apps. All the other apps I tested up until this app found the product no problem. With this app I didn't mind entering the info manually, but then I noticed protein was missing.
    more

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