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Calorie Counter - MyNetDiary, Food Diary Tracker

Calorie Counter - MyNetDiary, Food Diary Tracker

MyNetDiary.com

Easy, natural weight loss - with diet plan, nutrition log & calorie tracker

4.3 Ratings 103K+ Reviews 1M+ Downloads

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  • img Expert
    1. Supports you as you go! Analyzes every food you take & immediately tells you if you’re on or off track
    2. Day Part gives daily reports that not only help with current health obstacles but also gives information to avoid any future ones
    3. Make calorie counting effortless & super-fast by syncing wearable trackers with your diary

    Reviewed by Laura S on January 3, 2018

  • My Favorite Diet Ap May 20, 2021

    By Essenceofclarity1970
    I have tried so many different diet apps, and this is my favorite one by far. It’s so user friendly/simple yet detailed without being confusing or overwhelming. Plus it is by far the fastest tracker, lightning fast to enter in all your foods/meals. It is also extremely accurate as far as calories, and the data base is huge. The recipes are great too. I had used the free version quite a bit, which is really nice yet pretty basic on its own. I decided to go ahead and get premium though, and am glad I did. I’ve had a lot of success with losing weight and feel really motivated. Not to mention I plan to continue to track most days even after I’m done losing because they automatically adjust everything (calories/any activity) to help you maintain once you’re done. That to me is where I would gain again, was I’d stop being as mindful of tracking once I lost weight so this is very helpful. If I had one suggestion to the developers it would be to possibly add in the ability to implement intermittent fasting into the program if you should choose to. I use another Ap to track my fasting times. It would be great if this combined that option. One example is that it says I “skipped recording calories” for some meals when in actuality I was fasting at the time. This is not that big of a deal, and definitely still 5 stars despite this. It would just be even nicer.
  • Jun 16, 2021

    By Grant Joseph Francia
    Easy to use, click the plus sign and you're done. The interface is elegant unlike others. Animation is terrific like how it shows how fast you are losing weight or how slow. A glass that explain your actual deficit. In terms of interpretation there are different data analysis like daily & weekly food & water intake, steps and exercise that can add to your calories budget, charts and tables for nutritions and lastly no ads. -Free User Update : I purchased the Premium 67% off for other features.
  • Simple, Visual, Effective Oct 5, 2019

    By HidalgoM
    I’ve been underweight my entire life and have had a lot of health issue because of it. Seeing a nutritionist and having this app have been two of the most effective tools I’ve had on my journey. I’ve had it for three weeks and am now only two pounds away from no longer being critically underweight! I love it because it’s not an overwhelming barrage of precise details for me to enter and see. It’s simple to use and displays my progress in a clear, visual way. At a glance, I can see how far I am on my daily goal and how well I’ve been doing for the entire week. Entering food takes so little time that I can enter it right after eating without any disruption to what I’m doing. The only things I would change about the app is its mindfulness of the user’s goals. I don’t really mind seeing tips on how to loose weight while using the app, but it would be awesome if the messaging changed according to which direction the user wanted the scale move. It would also be great if the app had a “pre-tracking” feature. Sometimes I pack my meals the day before. I don’t know if I’ve packed enough to meet my goals, but I also don’t want to enter them into the app if I haven’t eaten them yet. Right now I’m using a different app to keep track of it separately, but it would be nice if I could keep it in this one, then easily count it as eaten when the time came. Even so, this is a great app, and I’m thankful for it and the progress it’s helped me make.
  • May 27, 2021

    By Stephen Breithaupt
    Mostly the app is good. However, when connectivity (poor cell or wifi connection) the app becomes difficult to use. For example, I try to add more than one exercise (bike and walk) but when trying to edit the time for walking, it shows the biking instead! Repeated tries does not help. Very frustrating. It used to work w/o connectivity. Items dissappear and items cannot be edited. Please allow the app to work correctly with poor or w/o connectivity. We subscribe.
  • This app is AMAZING!!! May 15, 2021

    By Vidstitchluva
    I am actually an app junky. When I'm looking for a particular app, I download a few of them simultaneously to compare which ones I like the best. I was using My Fitness Pal for years and did a premium trial which I was enjoying. The cost of their premium subscription really made me look at other apps. When I came across MyNetDiary it took me a few weeks to really go through the information because there's so much. I noticed a deal for the premium subscription so I thought I'd try it out. Since subscribing I have deleted my meal plan app, my grocery shopping app and my water tracking app. Because this app has it all! With this app I can customize pretty much everything - my macro nutrient percentages, water intake goals and alerts, micro nutrient goals, workout calories (connects to Apple watch) groceries list, diet specific recipes and Soo much more. The one thing that is a slight downside is the barcode scan doesn't have a very large database and many items I scan are not read. The upside to this is that you can manually add the nutrition information and pictures and upload them, therefore adding to the database. Customer support is very quick. I had an email reply within minutes. There is still a lot more information in the app that I haven't even looked into yet. I am overly happy with this app both as a free version and paid version.
  • May 27, 2021

    By Kirk Dubois
    App is great but won't let me upgrade for the reduced rate. We'll I had decided not to get the app but after many months I decided I needed to lose weight so I bought the app at full price. I am on a low carb diet and have lost 10lbs so far thanks to the app. I find the tips really useful and time savers. I can do this now with the help from the app. Thanks MyNetDiet!
  • I just love this app! Jan 15, 2021

    By shawrl007
    I like that I don’t have to pay to use just the basic features which is perfect for me. I like that it gives you recipe ideas if it notices you skipped a meal. I love the way you can easily log or scan in foods and almost all seem to be there which a grade of how healthy the choice you made is...or most importantly- NOT! This helps me to actually learn the right portion sizes and make better decisions on what I’m actually putting in my body. Calories aren’t as important to me because I seem to always lack in that but the food choices I’ve been making or were eating are coming up C’s & D’s. With this app I now pick only A’s & B rated food choices! Maybe a C food choice like 1 chocolate chip cookie if I’ve been good!lol But in following this app you can monitor not only the food your eating but exercising, steps you’ve made, amount of water you should be drinking,etc. you can even choose a body system by joining groups but I prefer not to. I’ve been using this app since Jan 8th and I’ve already lost 6 lbs. I forgot to weigh myself the day I started so my starting weight was actually taken 6 days after starting this diet system. Anyway, love, love this app...super easy to use and it’s really nice keeping up and keeping track of what I’m actually putting in my body! Thanks!!! : )
  • Jun 13, 2021

    By Alisha Isable
    Good app. I tried 3 different calorie apps and found this the easiest to use. I do think a drink category would be beneficial. As well as adding measurements and tracking exercise from other apps (for free). And many features require an upgrade that costs...but generally its easy to use and has most of what I need for free.
  • Not in sync Jan 29, 2020

    By PrincessDash22
    So I have my "MyFitnessPal" and "Sworkit" app in sync with each other and with my Apple Health app; I tried syncing "MyNetDiary" together with my Health App since it wouldn't let me sync with any other app and I went through with allowing access to my Health App which (AGAIN) synced with "MyFitnessPal" and "Sworkit" and is documented on the Health app; I completed a workout from the app Sworkit and since it's in sync with "MFP" it was documented on MyFitnessPal saying how much calories I burned (Perfect), I went into my Health App it again, showed how much calories I burned and for how long my workout was. I go into MyNetDiary and my exercise box was empty and not showing that I had worked out or anything, not only that, I documented my food on MFP and it didn't even show up on MND. I will say it again if I didn't write it before, MyNetDiary showed that it was in Sync with my Health app and I made sure everything was selected when asked for permission so I don't understand why my workout/exercise didn't show up on MND nor my food until I had to manually type it/search it. Is it because of the other apps being in sync? Is it because I didn't manually insert the info directly from the Health app? Please help me, I used to use MND long ago and I liked it then, if you could please partner up with MFP and Sworkit so I can sync them from the MND app or help me understand why it's not showing up.
  • My Favorite Diet Ap May 20, 2021

    By Essenceofclarity1970
    I have tried so many different diet apps, and this is my favorite one by far. It’s so user friendly/simple yet detailed without being confusing or overwhelming. Plus it is by far the fastest tracker, lightning fast to enter in all your foods/meals. It is also extremely accurate as far as calories, and the data base is huge. The recipes are great too. I had used the free version quite a bit, which is really nice yet pretty basic on its own. I decided to go ahead and get premium though, and am glad I did. I’ve had a lot of success with losing weight and feel really motivated. Not to mention I plan to continue to track most days even after I’m done losing because they automatically adjust everything (calories/any activity) to help you maintain once you’re done. That to me is where I would gain again, was I’d stop being as mindful of tracking once I lost weight so this is very helpful. If I had one suggestion to the developers it would be to possibly add in the ability to implement intermittent fasting into the program if you should choose to. I use another Ap to track my fasting times. It would be great if this combined that option. One example is that it says I “skipped recording calories” for some meals when in actuality I was fasting at the time. This is not that big of a deal, and definitely still 5 stars despite this. It would just be even nicer.
  • Jun 16, 2021

    By Grant Joseph Francia
    Easy to use, click the plus sign and you're done. The interface is elegant unlike others. Animation is terrific like how it shows how fast you are losing weight or how slow. A glass that explain your actual deficit. In terms of interpretation there are different data analysis like daily & weekly food & water intake, steps and exercise that can add to your calories budget, charts and tables for nutritions and lastly no ads. -Free User Update : I purchased the Premium 67% off for other features.
  • Simple, Visual, Effective Oct 5, 2019

    By HidalgoM
    I’ve been underweight my entire life and have had a lot of health issue because of it. Seeing a nutritionist and having this app have been two of the most effective tools I’ve had on my journey. I’ve had it for three weeks and am now only two pounds away from no longer being critically underweight! I love it because it’s not an overwhelming barrage of precise details for me to enter and see. It’s simple to use and displays my progress in a clear, visual way. At a glance, I can see how far I am on my daily goal and how well I’ve been doing for the entire week. Entering food takes so little time that I can enter it right after eating without any disruption to what I’m doing. The only things I would change about the app is its mindfulness of the user’s goals. I don’t really mind seeing tips on how to loose weight while using the app, but it would be awesome if the messaging changed according to which direction the user wanted the scale move. It would also be great if the app had a “pre-tracking” feature. Sometimes I pack my meals the day before. I don’t know if I’ve packed enough to meet my goals, but I also don’t want to enter them into the app if I haven’t eaten them yet. Right now I’m using a different app to keep track of it separately, but it would be nice if I could keep it in this one, then easily count it as eaten when the time came. Even so, this is a great app, and I’m thankful for it and the progress it’s helped me make.
  • May 27, 2021

    By Stephen Breithaupt
    Mostly the app is good. However, when connectivity (poor cell or wifi connection) the app becomes difficult to use. For example, I try to add more than one exercise (bike and walk) but when trying to edit the time for walking, it shows the biking instead! Repeated tries does not help. Very frustrating. It used to work w/o connectivity. Items dissappear and items cannot be edited. Please allow the app to work correctly with poor or w/o connectivity. We subscribe.
  • This app is AMAZING!!! May 15, 2021

    By Vidstitchluva
    I am actually an app junky. When I'm looking for a particular app, I download a few of them simultaneously to compare which ones I like the best. I was using My Fitness Pal for years and did a premium trial which I was enjoying. The cost of their premium subscription really made me look at other apps. When I came across MyNetDiary it took me a few weeks to really go through the information because there's so much. I noticed a deal for the premium subscription so I thought I'd try it out. Since subscribing I have deleted my meal plan app, my grocery shopping app and my water tracking app. Because this app has it all! With this app I can customize pretty much everything - my macro nutrient percentages, water intake goals and alerts, micro nutrient goals, workout calories (connects to Apple watch) groceries list, diet specific recipes and Soo much more. The one thing that is a slight downside is the barcode scan doesn't have a very large database and many items I scan are not read. The upside to this is that you can manually add the nutrition information and pictures and upload them, therefore adding to the database. Customer support is very quick. I had an email reply within minutes. There is still a lot more information in the app that I haven't even looked into yet. I am overly happy with this app both as a free version and paid version.
  • May 27, 2021

    By Kirk Dubois
    App is great but won't let me upgrade for the reduced rate. We'll I had decided not to get the app but after many months I decided I needed to lose weight so I bought the app at full price. I am on a low carb diet and have lost 10lbs so far thanks to the app. I find the tips really useful and time savers. I can do this now with the help from the app. Thanks MyNetDiet!
  • I just love this app! Jan 15, 2021

    By shawrl007
    I like that I don’t have to pay to use just the basic features which is perfect for me. I like that it gives you recipe ideas if it notices you skipped a meal. I love the way you can easily log or scan in foods and almost all seem to be there which a grade of how healthy the choice you made is...or most importantly- NOT! This helps me to actually learn the right portion sizes and make better decisions on what I’m actually putting in my body. Calories aren’t as important to me because I seem to always lack in that but the food choices I’ve been making or were eating are coming up C’s & D’s. With this app I now pick only A’s & B rated food choices! Maybe a C food choice like 1 chocolate chip cookie if I’ve been good!lol But in following this app you can monitor not only the food your eating but exercising, steps you’ve made, amount of water you should be drinking,etc. you can even choose a body system by joining groups but I prefer not to. I’ve been using this app since Jan 8th and I’ve already lost 6 lbs. I forgot to weigh myself the day I started so my starting weight was actually taken 6 days after starting this diet system. Anyway, love, love this app...super easy to use and it’s really nice keeping up and keeping track of what I’m actually putting in my body! Thanks!!! : )
  • Jun 13, 2021

    By Alisha Isable
    Good app. I tried 3 different calorie apps and found this the easiest to use. I do think a drink category would be beneficial. As well as adding measurements and tracking exercise from other apps (for free). And many features require an upgrade that costs...but generally its easy to use and has most of what I need for free.
  • Not in sync Jan 29, 2020

    By PrincessDash22
    So I have my "MyFitnessPal" and "Sworkit" app in sync with each other and with my Apple Health app; I tried syncing "MyNetDiary" together with my Health App since it wouldn't let me sync with any other app and I went through with allowing access to my Health App which (AGAIN) synced with "MyFitnessPal" and "Sworkit" and is documented on the Health app; I completed a workout from the app Sworkit and since it's in sync with "MFP" it was documented on MyFitnessPal saying how much calories I burned (Perfect), I went into my Health App it again, showed how much calories I burned and for how long my workout was. I go into MyNetDiary and my exercise box was empty and not showing that I had worked out or anything, not only that, I documented my food on MFP and it didn't even show up on MND. I will say it again if I didn't write it before, MyNetDiary showed that it was in Sync with my Health app and I made sure everything was selected when asked for permission so I don't understand why my workout/exercise didn't show up on MND nor my food until I had to manually type it/search it. Is it because of the other apps being in sync? Is it because I didn't manually insert the info directly from the Health app? Please help me, I used to use MND long ago and I liked it then, if you could please partner up with MFP and Sworkit so I can sync them from the MND app or help me understand why it's not showing up.
  • May 26, 2021

    By Sharon M
    I really like this app. Logging my meals is easy and I've found the food database to be extensive When I've found changes in nutrition blurbs from the product producers I've been able to send them to the app for updating. Recently had a problem with synchronizing my moble app to the webdite. A member of the support staff worked with me to get it corrected.
  • Keeps me honest Mar 4, 2019

    By Dragonflyla7
    I have lost 39 pounds since I started using this app. I like that I can log in my activity. Tracking foods is easy. I like all the charts & helpful hints. I have health issues & will go back to the gym eventually. But I log all my housework & animal chores. It all adds up. If you eat over your calories do a little physical labor to keep you on target. I have a long term goal & it will take me a year to reach it. My health issues complicate matters but this app keeps me focused & positive. There are also chat groups to encourage one another. No meetings or rigorous exercise required. You just eat less & move more. This app is fun & easy. You can store your favorite foods to make your charting easier. What are you waiting for? Try it! Addendum 3/4/19. I went off program for surgery, rehab from it & for 2018 holidays until today. I’m so disappointed to see that macronutrients & the breakdown of the fats, carbohydrates & protein percentages that are counted as you add your food intake are now gone from the free app. Now you have to pay $8.99 per month to get this additional information. I’ve referred a lot of people to this app but now they will learn what I told them was free is no longer available. Basically now the app just counts your calories. I will purchase the app because I need to get back on track & reach my goal. So I changed my rating from 5 star to 2. It works but now you pay for it.
  • Helps if you’re honest Apr 6, 2019

    By cheme75
    Just deducted a star since they seem to be removing features from the free version - no longer see the macro nutrient fat, carb, protein listing under the daily meals - only the summary of the day. For my needs the free version offers all I needed, I can’t justify the cost to subscribe just to see the breakdown by meal. I don’t need any of the extra features of the paid version. I got no major dietary issues to track. Been using the free version off and on for quite a while. Helps me see where I am failing as well as where I am doing well so I can make adjustments to my overall diet if necessary. Over the course of 6 decades living g with heart valve problems, I’ve learned enough to maintain a decent meal plan for my health. But it does help to honestly track meals and snacks for the visual feedback and easier calculations to control fats, carbs, etc. In general, I like the app. I would like to see two improvements - one is an option to copy meals not just from yesterday but from a drop down calendar or other selector - my daughter suggested “Lose It” and I do prefer the way it logs foods and meals for easy reference. Second, I’d like to be able to be able to export the data to csv format or excel file so I could graph values of interest such as my carbs or fats in excel so I could share the data with my doctors.
  • Glitches or changes? Jan 31, 2021

    By amyireneh
    I’ve been using this app for nearly 4 months now and it has helped me lose 30lbs so far and I loved it a lot. Maybe this is just a problem with my account/phone but when I tried the premium trial and decided against it for now, my app has been really messed up every since. I no longer have daily nutrition highlights, it really helped when I was reminded if I was having too much or just enough of certain macros. Now it just tells me if I weigh in. Although I don’t have premium now (I checked my subscriptions and it was cancelled), I still have access to the special diets (no interest) and also have the macro focus pie chart. Although the pie chart is cool, I can no longer see any other macros like sodium or fiber or anything, just carbs, protein, and fat. I tried to send a support question but the send button is not working. I’d love to flip this around because I don’t necessarily want to switch to another tracking app with all my progress already documented. I hope this isn’t a type of scheme to get people to buy the premium after just doing the trial.
  • Terrible update Jun 10, 2020

    By Lives near Disney World
    I was loving the app before this nightmare of a update was released now it does not show how much till your goal weight and it took away the chart. I want the chart of my weight not just my current weight if your company either don’t fix these serious mistakes you made I will delete the app and tell my friends to rate 1 star and delete to help your app have a lower rating which is what your company apparently wants. And now it takes longer to finish my tracking because if you want to put the whole meal at once and you click on your foods you have it now automatically picks different ones than the ones you clicked. If you have this problem too I recommend a 1 star review till they fix it let your overall rating drops so the number of popularity drops making it harder to find on App Store. I now have to manually type in strawberries or the app every time you click strawberry it will keep choosing another food ie beef gravy which is not even right above or below where strawberries is so it is the app not me.
  • I so wanted to like your app Apr 24, 2021

    By nolongerhappylistener
    Initially I felt great app b/o the options to pick a diet and individualize the display. However there are some things which drive me crazy and the reason why I will cancel my 7 day trial #1 I want to track carbs, protein and cal. Shouldn’t be THAT difficult one would think. But each diet option has only 2 primary targets not 3 and that affects display options. I understand that can select/deselect add’l things to display. But none of them allows a clean display of all three together without stuff I don’t want to display cluttering display. #2 Waaayyy to busy display whatever option I chose. Wishing for clean: protein 55g (eaten) and your bar illustrating percentage from daily allowance but all the add’l numbers of % eaten, left g which then do not even fit standard iPhone screen and distort visual are annoying. If offering all these display option why not a single one which is not way too busy???? #3 I was actually pleased that I enter my weight in Kg. But then strawberries allows 4-5 different ways to enter but none which I can relate to. How about g, pound or oz? You are even showing what each unit calculates in g but I have to adjust available units up or down to land in vicinity of what I want to enter. That’s the killer for any person who grew up metric and will mean mental gymnastics with logging multiple food entries per day. Disappointed that above will be in way making this a useful app for me.
  • Not a good app for your mental health Feb 23, 2021

    By Cool kid 1 2 3
    I downloaded this app in hopes of tracking my calories so I could eat healthier & lose some weight i’ve gained. I’ve struggled with eating disorders in the past & am cautious of calorie tracking apps because some tend to be a trigger. my hopes for this app was to just help me set healthy goals & start living a healthier lifestyle. this app did not do that. I set my goals for the app & it gave me a certain calorie goal for each day. however, I would enter my food into the diary & would have 400 calories leftover to eat & the app would say that my weight loss was at a “slower loss” because I was intaking too many calories. this was extremely triggering for me. I was under eating & continued to eat less & less because everyday the app would keep telling me I was going to be at a slower weight loss. maybe this app is good for people who don’t struggle with ED’s but I think this app should do a better job at this. it’s not healthy & it’s not helpful. I wouldn’t recommend this app at all.
  • Torn because it has some positives... Jul 31, 2019

    By Ash.006
    I got this app because I felt like I wasn’t getting quite enough to eat, and I wanted to see how bad it was and what specific nutrients I needed to focus on adding to my diet to be healthy. I was very impressed with the ease of use and the way things worked, but there was one flaw that outweighed the many, many positives. I told the app I’d like to lose a little weight very slowly, and it recommended I eat 125 fewer calories each day than would be required to maintain my current weight. That seemed reasonable. But when I had eaten fewer than half the calories I needed to do by the end of the day, the app congratulated me. That is ridiculous. It is extremely unhealthy to eat fewer than half the calories your body needs. I should not be congratulated, I should be encouraged to add more healthy calories to my diet. Diet culture and body hatred are so rampant in our society, and this app is adding to it in an unhealthy way. So despite the positives, I can’t recommend this app at all.
  • Better before update Jul 29, 2019

    By R J's 4 Hearts
    I used MyNetDiary in 2014. It was easy, accurate, encouraging, informative and aided me in losing 30 lbs in less than 2 1/2 months. I LOVED IT! Life changes happened and I went back to MyNetDiary to lose the few pounds I gained. Upon opening the app, I realized it was different and confusing. I’ve tried several times to learn this ‘updated’ app. It’s not worth it. Won’t list calories, nutrients, fats, protein etc without premium version. If it was as easy as before, I’d go Premium, but it’s not. I bragged to everyone before how easy the app WAS: eat, when you’re at your max calories for the day, stop. After still another try of the updated version, I’m deleting this and going for something easier and accurate and more user friendly. Sometimes “new and improved “ is not!

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  • img Expert
    1. Supports you as you go! Analyzes every food you take & immediately tells you if you’re on or off track
    2. Day Part gives daily reports that not only help with current health obstacles but also gives information to avoid any future ones
    3. Make calorie counting effortless & super-fast by syncing wearable trackers with your diary

    Reviewed by Laura S on January 3, 2018

  • My Favorite Diet Ap May 20, 2021

    By Essenceofclarity1970
    I have tried so many different diet apps, and this is my favorite one by far. It’s so user friendly/simple yet detailed without being confusing or overwhelming. Plus it is by far the fastest tracker, lightning fast to enter in all your foods/meals. It is also extremely accurate as far as calories, and the data base is huge. The recipes are great too. I had used the free version quite a bit, which is really nice yet pretty basic on its own. I decided to go ahead and get premium though, and am glad I did. I’ve had a lot of success with losing weight and feel really motivated. Not to mention I plan to continue to track most days even after I’m done losing because they automatically adjust everything (calories/any activity) to help you maintain once you’re done. That to me is where I would gain again, was I’d stop being as mindful of tracking once I lost weight so this is very helpful. If I had one suggestion to the developers it would be to possibly add in the ability to implement intermittent fasting into the program if you should choose to. I use another Ap to track my fasting times. It would be great if this combined that option. One example is that it says I “skipped recording calories” for some meals when in actuality I was fasting at the time. This is not that big of a deal, and definitely still 5 stars despite this. It would just be even nicer.
  • Jun 16, 2021

    By Grant Joseph Francia
    Easy to use, click the plus sign and you're done. The interface is elegant unlike others. Animation is terrific like how it shows how fast you are losing weight or how slow. A glass that explain your actual deficit. In terms of interpretation there are different data analysis like daily & weekly food & water intake, steps and exercise that can add to your calories budget, charts and tables for nutritions and lastly no ads. -Free User Update : I purchased the Premium 67% off for other features.
  • May 27, 2021

    By Stephen Breithaupt
    Mostly the app is good. However, when connectivity (poor cell or wifi connection) the app becomes difficult to use. For example, I try to add more than one exercise (bike and walk) but when trying to edit the time for walking, it shows the biking instead! Repeated tries does not help. Very frustrating. It used to work w/o connectivity. Items dissappear and items cannot be edited. Please allow the app to work correctly with poor or w/o connectivity. We subscribe.
  • This app is AMAZING!!! May 15, 2021

    By Vidstitchluva
    I am actually an app junky. When I'm looking for a particular app, I download a few of them simultaneously to compare which ones I like the best. I was using My Fitness Pal for years and did a premium trial which I was enjoying. The cost of their premium subscription really made me look at other apps. When I came across MyNetDiary it took me a few weeks to really go through the information because there's so much. I noticed a deal for the premium subscription so I thought I'd try it out. Since subscribing I have deleted my meal plan app, my grocery shopping app and my water tracking app. Because this app has it all! With this app I can customize pretty much everything - my macro nutrient percentages, water intake goals and alerts, micro nutrient goals, workout calories (connects to Apple watch) groceries list, diet specific recipes and Soo much more. The one thing that is a slight downside is the barcode scan doesn't have a very large database and many items I scan are not read. The upside to this is that you can manually add the nutrition information and pictures and upload them, therefore adding to the database. Customer support is very quick. I had an email reply within minutes. There is still a lot more information in the app that I haven't even looked into yet. I am overly happy with this app both as a free version and paid version.
  • May 27, 2021

    By Kirk Dubois
    App is great but won't let me upgrade for the reduced rate. We'll I had decided not to get the app but after many months I decided I needed to lose weight so I bought the app at full price. I am on a low carb diet and have lost 10lbs so far thanks to the app. I find the tips really useful and time savers. I can do this now with the help from the app. Thanks MyNetDiet!
  • I just love this app! Jan 15, 2021

    By shawrl007
    I like that I don’t have to pay to use just the basic features which is perfect for me. I like that it gives you recipe ideas if it notices you skipped a meal. I love the way you can easily log or scan in foods and almost all seem to be there which a grade of how healthy the choice you made is...or most importantly- NOT! This helps me to actually learn the right portion sizes and make better decisions on what I’m actually putting in my body. Calories aren’t as important to me because I seem to always lack in that but the food choices I’ve been making or were eating are coming up C’s & D’s. With this app I now pick only A’s & B rated food choices! Maybe a C food choice like 1 chocolate chip cookie if I’ve been good!lol But in following this app you can monitor not only the food your eating but exercising, steps you’ve made, amount of water you should be drinking,etc. you can even choose a body system by joining groups but I prefer not to. I’ve been using this app since Jan 8th and I’ve already lost 6 lbs. I forgot to weigh myself the day I started so my starting weight was actually taken 6 days after starting this diet system. Anyway, love, love this app...super easy to use and it’s really nice keeping up and keeping track of what I’m actually putting in my body! Thanks!!! : )
  • May 26, 2021

    By Sharon M
    I really like this app. Logging my meals is easy and I've found the food database to be extensive When I've found changes in nutrition blurbs from the product producers I've been able to send them to the app for updating. Recently had a problem with synchronizing my moble app to the webdite. A member of the support staff worked with me to get it corrected.
  • Best food/calorie tracker Jul 4, 2020

    By Susanwshulman
    This app is so intuitive that after a day or two it recognizes the foods I eat and practically write them in for me. It recognizes, in a few keystrokes, what I am searching for with my food entries. I can save whole meals, swipe to duplicate a previously days meal, which is great for breakfast. I can enter my own recipes and the app will define all nutritional facts per serving so I can easily save it and enter it any time I have this food again. It’s a great feature to have since I don’t purchase a lot of pre-made foods. The barcode scanner is lightening fast to use. Whoever designed this app must have worked for Apple at some point because it’s all so intuitive. I can’t say enough good things about this app. The best thing is, I lost all the weight I wanted to lose in just two months and haven’t had my Pre baby weight back in over 25 years! I look in the mirror ( from the neck down,lol!) and I see the figure I always had for the first 25 years of my adult life. Best of all, all my clothes fit and look great. Using this app works. Be honest and enter everything. Stick with the metrics and calories it advises and you will see results. Nothing and no one can make you lose weight or be more fit but this is a tool that is sensible, informative and will help.
  • Even the free version is extremely helpful! Oct 16, 2018

    By Marionsmom
    My teenage daughter (who does NOT need to lose weight but likes to be mindful oh the nutrients she puts into her body) of all people introduced me to this app and I couldn’t be happier with it! Even just using the unpaid, free, version is ridiculously helpful and helps me be more mindful of my food options! I’ve been using this app for somewhere around 2 weeks and I’ve already lost 8 pounds simply because I’m able to see the calories that are hidden in foods I’d typically eat as a snack or something! I can not recommend this app enough for anyone who either wants to lose weight or simply wants to be more conscious and conscientious of the foods they eat! My “calorie bank” for the day is far more generous than I would give myself, were I trying to diet on my own! I can eat anything my little heart desires as long as I’m reasonable about it! (I went way over yesterday since it was my birthday and I wasn’t even pretending to try and keep myself on track!) As a woman who had an eating disorder as a teenager and who still struggles with those impulses to this very day (more than 15 later), this app is helpful in showing me excited where my calorie are coming from and EXACTLY how many I have consumed!
  • Jun 6, 2021

    By Richard Gardner
    Excellent app and support. Huge database of different foods, including a massive number of UK supermarket produce. Options for following different strategies, but I went for plain simple calorie counting, and a lot of will power too. The result? Forty six pounds off in 9 months. Fantastic.
  • Simple, Visual, Effective Oct 5, 2019

    By HidalgoM
    I’ve been underweight my entire life and have had a lot of health issue because of it. Seeing a nutritionist and having this app have been two of the most effective tools I’ve had on my journey. I’ve had it for three weeks and am now only two pounds away from no longer being critically underweight! I love it because it’s not an overwhelming barrage of precise details for me to enter and see. It’s simple to use and displays my progress in a clear, visual way. At a glance, I can see how far I am on my daily goal and how well I’ve been doing for the entire week. Entering food takes so little time that I can enter it right after eating without any disruption to what I’m doing. The only things I would change about the app is its mindfulness of the user’s goals. I don’t really mind seeing tips on how to loose weight while using the app, but it would be awesome if the messaging changed according to which direction the user wanted the scale move. It would also be great if the app had a “pre-tracking” feature. Sometimes I pack my meals the day before. I don’t know if I’ve packed enough to meet my goals, but I also don’t want to enter them into the app if I haven’t eaten them yet. Right now I’m using a different app to keep track of it separately, but it would be nice if I could keep it in this one, then easily count it as eaten when the time came. Even so, this is a great app, and I’m thankful for it and the progress it’s helped me make.
  • Jun 13, 2021

    By Alisha Isable
    Good app. I tried 3 different calorie apps and found this the easiest to use. I do think a drink category would be beneficial. As well as adding measurements and tracking exercise from other apps (for free). And many features require an upgrade that costs...but generally its easy to use and has most of what I need for free.
  • Not in sync Jan 29, 2020

    By PrincessDash22
    So I have my "MyFitnessPal" and "Sworkit" app in sync with each other and with my Apple Health app; I tried syncing "MyNetDiary" together with my Health App since it wouldn't let me sync with any other app and I went through with allowing access to my Health App which (AGAIN) synced with "MyFitnessPal" and "Sworkit" and is documented on the Health app; I completed a workout from the app Sworkit and since it's in sync with "MFP" it was documented on MyFitnessPal saying how much calories I burned (Perfect), I went into my Health App it again, showed how much calories I burned and for how long my workout was. I go into MyNetDiary and my exercise box was empty and not showing that I had worked out or anything, not only that, I documented my food on MFP and it didn't even show up on MND. I will say it again if I didn't write it before, MyNetDiary showed that it was in Sync with my Health app and I made sure everything was selected when asked for permission so I don't understand why my workout/exercise didn't show up on MND nor my food until I had to manually type it/search it. Is it because of the other apps being in sync? Is it because I didn't manually insert the info directly from the Health app? Please help me, I used to use MND long ago and I liked it then, if you could please partner up with MFP and Sworkit so I can sync them from the MND app or help me understand why it's not showing up.
  • Jun 12, 2021

    By Lorenz Gardner
    So many calorie apps force you to enter history make an account and do survey of your personal health. Thankfully this app lets you use it as a simple tally app if thats all you want. It has those other features if you want them the pop ups for premium are annoying or it get 5*
  • Jun 8, 2021

    By Jill Baldwin
    Trying out since we are losing sparkpeople. So far so good. Like that I won't have to manually add foods and nutrition info ,too oftenand can use what is already extensively available.
  • Pretty good but be cautious Jul 31, 2020

    By Grace0987
    So I’ve been wanting to lose weight and I find this app is pretty helpful with letting me know what foods are good and keeping me on track calorie wise. I initially downloaded this app to make sure I eat enough in a day because I am more likely to eat the base amount of calories if I’m keeping track. I like how it lets you know your caffeine intake, it can link up to your steps, and lets you know how much trans fat, saturated fat, and cholesterol you are in taking. However, if you have ever had and ED or are struggling with one, I would be cautious with downloading this. It gives you grades based on the food you eat which inherently isn’t bad, but because ED’s are very competitive, it could become dangerous. It also congratulates you if you don’t eat all the set amount of calories for the day, which is incredibly dangerous in my opinion and the reason why I am writing this review. So all in all, I don’t think it’s a bad app, but if you are struggling with an ED, maybe don’t get this app.
  • Good app for weight tracking Jul 23, 2017

    By Pctliz
    I love the MyNetDiary app. I especially like the charts and the way the diet entry screen is layed out. I like that I can see my progress very easily and in a graph type form. I also like the written analysis of my daily diet as to whether it was good or healthy and how it will impact my progress. And I like the suggestions given on how to improve the next day's food choices or even the current day. I like the daily tips too. I would rate this app with 5 stars but am deducting one for the food entry difficulty. My only criticism is that the food entry can be hard to find the food you want to enter because it has to be typed in exactly the way it is listed. So for example if you want to list a certain Starbucks tea. You won't find it unless you type Teavana. More items need to be crossed matched in the system and more food items added.
  • Great tracking app May 9, 2020

    By Panthon13
    The app is nice and full of great features, and is more pleasant looking than other tracking apps, but the database often has food with incorrect nutrition, even when scanning the barcode. I often have to create custom foods to fix the ones I can search for. Not really a big deal, but definitely takes more time to properly track. A feature I would really like to see is the ability to set fixed macro goals rather than auto adjusting ones and the ability to lock the amount I enter. For example, I’m currently strength training and I want my protein to be at 165g or more every day. I also would like my fat to be 80g or less a day. It would be nice to enter in these amount and then lock them so the only fluctuating macro that changes when my exercise calories are added in is carbs.
  • Very useful Feb 10, 2018

    By 1101101101101110
    I love this app. It is easy to use and has helped me be more aware of my eating habits. I love that you can scan an item, it makes it so much easier to track. I also find the way that it is set up visually helpful. As my apple gets full I know I've eaten enough, same with my macros. However, I do have a couple criticisms- first of all, some of the items are incorrect. For example, I could scan a tortilla package and it will say mustard or something like that. Thankfully, this has only happened one or two times though. My main complaint is that I can't customize my macros. I like to carb cycle and on those days I would like to set my protein higher- the visualization of the bars seems to really help me meet my goals. If I could customize that one thing I'd give it a 5. I'm not going to pay 50 dollars a year to do that.
  • Pretty good! Jan 27, 2018

    By Junco+
    I've calorie-counted a few times and downloaded this and other apps this week to test them out. This is a great app for tracking food. The barcode scanner is convenient, the dashboard is attractive and intuitive, and the ads for upgrades are inobtrusive. Negative aspects: recording recipes is a pain and I haven't been able to find a way to edit or remove them once you've saved them; when I record a recipe and the specify in my food log that I've consumed one serving, it adds ALL the servings (the entire recipe), forcing me to get out the calculator manually edit the amount; the chart recording my weight loss notes a star at 10% loss, but states it is a 1% loss (mathematically incorrect!); and at this writing, this app hasn't been updated for 6+ months. Otherwise, an attractive, fairly useful app!
  • Frustrating May 14, 2021

    By Writerinfact
    It is quite useless to find that the only choice of amount for a particular food (I’m talking about you, raspberry!) is “serving” with no further information, such as how much constitutes a serving. I weigh and measure EVERYTHING in grams. So much more accurate than ounces or teaspoons. Annoying that some foods offer a gram choice, while others do not. Consistency works with dogs and children; why not food? Yes, I will eat the entire 170 gram clamshell of fresh raspberries at one sitting. They’re raspberries, after all. But please, go with grams for all food items and types. Oh, by the way. If I say something, such as salad dressing, is HOMEMADE, that means that the app shouldn’t present some commercially available brand that claims to be homemade but isn’t. Just because I make buttermilk dressing doesn’t mean it’s ranch - with a ton of sour cream added. I guess I have to keep looking for the perfect app. And just do you know, assuming that RUNNING is everyone’s default form is exercise is bogus, as well. I will continue to use Map My Walk and do the work of transferring accurate data.
  • Good app, but not my usual choice May 14, 2019

    By This app will hook you
    This app is good, especially for it’s ratings of food and details on micronutrients, vitamins, and minerals etc. What it’s not so good in is it’s interface with other apps and ability to correctly document a new food. There are several foods that have been entered with misspellings that are impossible to correct. Also, I recently corrected the nutrition info (from a barcode!) that was coming up wrong, using the “photo food” option. It also had the wrong version of the product. I figured they would fix the name, too, since it didn’t allow me to edit that. Well, they didn’t, so although they changed the calories, they are attached to the wrong product so now whoever eats those will get frustrated too! I also wish the activity interface would credit my daily steps—other apps, like Livestrong’s MyPlate does. This one only appears to count if you enter it as a specific exercise each time. Just bit as friendly. I keep it for the details.
  • Only offers basics Jan 28, 2021

    By Maureenlmtvb
    I just got this app and was happy to see how easy it was to add my foods. I’m on a 100lb weight loss journey after being immobile for over two years due to hip surgery and complications with muscle use afterward. It literally hurt to walk then had two foot surgeries. I’m finally back in the gym and wanted a good way to keep up with everything to help track progress and keep in check. What I had hoped to see on this app requires $8/mo or $60 a year for just a calorie count and basic breakdown that I can do myself with a diary. I really needed the nutrition breakdown I saw advertised on a web link but budget is too tight with pandemic to pay that much for what I can do on my own. It offers great things if you want to pay for it or if calorie count and exercise logs with just the basics are all you need
  • Was an amazing app but time has taken its toll. May 30, 2020

    By Odin Love
    I’ve been using this app for a couple years now! When I first found my net diary, it was AMAZING. Simple, straight forward, and easily customizable. Over time more and more features have been added making everything more complex and messy to the eye. I can’t stand how everywhere you click it bombards you with “buy our subscription” with all these ridiculous features. I wish the original, simple version was still an option. With that being said, it is still a great app and if you are looking for all the weight loss tips, tricks, recipes, ect then you have come to the right place!! I personally do not need to lose weight or need new recipes.. I have a bad memory and a quick guide to my protein, carb, fat, and calorie count will suffice!
  • Look elsewhere Dec 8, 2020

    By Appledid
    This used to be a five star app. Unfortunately, feature creep has degraded its usefulness. Had there been a way to prevent updates, I would have frozen the app several years ago. Since then, there have been several interface changes. For example, the latest change requires entering an email address before you can use the app. If you already get too much spam, too bad, you have to sign up for more. The joy doesn’t stop there. If you have been using the app for years, it’s learned user specific searches. For example, BAC MAY was my shorthand for 1 slice of bacon, 1 egg, and a tsp of Mayo. This latest “update” killed that feature. Instead I’m now treated to ads for Premium level. It’s disappointing to see a once great become mediocre.
  • Tied to junk Feb 27, 2020

    By Petrel1996
    The fault of this app, and it is a very great one, is their pride, their food data base. It is huge—but 90% is prepared food. “Pulled crap by Walmart.” “Smoked porkass by Ndirco”. Yes there are entries for actual foods, though rarely in sufficient variety, but they are trampled under by fleets of precooked supermarket junk. Do they my get kickbacks? Proper food is made where it is eaten, in the kitchen, at home. Often with recipes. So why no recipes? Standard authors: Julia Child, Raymond Olivier, Sacher’s for Austria, The Silver Spoon for Italy? Why not? Then you would have Coq au Vin by Julia Child—all measured. Tafelspitz by Sacher’s. Gnocchi ai Patate by Silver Spoon. Then it would be worth using. You could still have the crap in there—which I guess some people eat. Now it’s maybe for teenagers who can turn on a stove. It’s not for cooks. We diet too.
  • Keeps me honest Mar 4, 2019

    By Dragonflyla7
    I have lost 39 pounds since I started using this app. I like that I can log in my activity. Tracking foods is easy. I like all the charts & helpful hints. I have health issues & will go back to the gym eventually. But I log all my housework & animal chores. It all adds up. If you eat over your calories do a little physical labor to keep you on target. I have a long term goal & it will take me a year to reach it. My health issues complicate matters but this app keeps me focused & positive. There are also chat groups to encourage one another. No meetings or rigorous exercise required. You just eat less & move more. This app is fun & easy. You can store your favorite foods to make your charting easier. What are you waiting for? Try it! Addendum 3/4/19. I went off program for surgery, rehab from it & for 2018 holidays until today. I’m so disappointed to see that macronutrients & the breakdown of the fats, carbohydrates & protein percentages that are counted as you add your food intake are now gone from the free app. Now you have to pay $8.99 per month to get this additional information. I’ve referred a lot of people to this app but now they will learn what I told them was free is no longer available. Basically now the app just counts your calories. I will purchase the app because I need to get back on track & reach my goal. So I changed my rating from 5 star to 2. It works but now you pay for it.
  • Helps if you’re honest Apr 6, 2019

    By cheme75
    Just deducted a star since they seem to be removing features from the free version - no longer see the macro nutrient fat, carb, protein listing under the daily meals - only the summary of the day. For my needs the free version offers all I needed, I can’t justify the cost to subscribe just to see the breakdown by meal. I don’t need any of the extra features of the paid version. I got no major dietary issues to track. Been using the free version off and on for quite a while. Helps me see where I am failing as well as where I am doing well so I can make adjustments to my overall diet if necessary. Over the course of 6 decades living g with heart valve problems, I’ve learned enough to maintain a decent meal plan for my health. But it does help to honestly track meals and snacks for the visual feedback and easier calculations to control fats, carbs, etc. In general, I like the app. I would like to see two improvements - one is an option to copy meals not just from yesterday but from a drop down calendar or other selector - my daughter suggested “Lose It” and I do prefer the way it logs foods and meals for easy reference. Second, I’d like to be able to be able to export the data to csv format or excel file so I could graph values of interest such as my carbs or fats in excel so I could share the data with my doctors.
  • I so wanted to like your app Apr 24, 2021

    By nolongerhappylistener
    Initially I felt great app b/o the options to pick a diet and individualize the display. However there are some things which drive me crazy and the reason why I will cancel my 7 day trial #1 I want to track carbs, protein and cal. Shouldn’t be THAT difficult one would think. But each diet option has only 2 primary targets not 3 and that affects display options. I understand that can select/deselect add’l things to display. But none of them allows a clean display of all three together without stuff I don’t want to display cluttering display. #2 Waaayyy to busy display whatever option I chose. Wishing for clean: protein 55g (eaten) and your bar illustrating percentage from daily allowance but all the add’l numbers of % eaten, left g which then do not even fit standard iPhone screen and distort visual are annoying. If offering all these display option why not a single one which is not way too busy???? #3 I was actually pleased that I enter my weight in Kg. But then strawberries allows 4-5 different ways to enter but none which I can relate to. How about g, pound or oz? You are even showing what each unit calculates in g but I have to adjust available units up or down to land in vicinity of what I want to enter. That’s the killer for any person who grew up metric and will mean mental gymnastics with logging multiple food entries per day. Disappointed that above will be in way making this a useful app for me.
  • Glitches or changes? Jan 31, 2021

    By amyireneh
    I’ve been using this app for nearly 4 months now and it has helped me lose 30lbs so far and I loved it a lot. Maybe this is just a problem with my account/phone but when I tried the premium trial and decided against it for now, my app has been really messed up every since. I no longer have daily nutrition highlights, it really helped when I was reminded if I was having too much or just enough of certain macros. Now it just tells me if I weigh in. Although I don’t have premium now (I checked my subscriptions and it was cancelled), I still have access to the special diets (no interest) and also have the macro focus pie chart. Although the pie chart is cool, I can no longer see any other macros like sodium or fiber or anything, just carbs, protein, and fat. I tried to send a support question but the send button is not working. I’d love to flip this around because I don’t necessarily want to switch to another tracking app with all my progress already documented. I hope this isn’t a type of scheme to get people to buy the premium after just doing the trial.
  • Terrible update Jun 10, 2020

    By Lives near Disney World
    I was loving the app before this nightmare of a update was released now it does not show how much till your goal weight and it took away the chart. I want the chart of my weight not just my current weight if your company either don’t fix these serious mistakes you made I will delete the app and tell my friends to rate 1 star and delete to help your app have a lower rating which is what your company apparently wants. And now it takes longer to finish my tracking because if you want to put the whole meal at once and you click on your foods you have it now automatically picks different ones than the ones you clicked. If you have this problem too I recommend a 1 star review till they fix it let your overall rating drops so the number of popularity drops making it harder to find on App Store. I now have to manually type in strawberries or the app every time you click strawberry it will keep choosing another food ie beef gravy which is not even right above or below where strawberries is so it is the app not me.
  • Not a good app for your mental health Feb 23, 2021

    By Cool kid 1 2 3
    I downloaded this app in hopes of tracking my calories so I could eat healthier & lose some weight i’ve gained. I’ve struggled with eating disorders in the past & am cautious of calorie tracking apps because some tend to be a trigger. my hopes for this app was to just help me set healthy goals & start living a healthier lifestyle. this app did not do that. I set my goals for the app & it gave me a certain calorie goal for each day. however, I would enter my food into the diary & would have 400 calories leftover to eat & the app would say that my weight loss was at a “slower loss” because I was intaking too many calories. this was extremely triggering for me. I was under eating & continued to eat less & less because everyday the app would keep telling me I was going to be at a slower weight loss. maybe this app is good for people who don’t struggle with ED’s but I think this app should do a better job at this. it’s not healthy & it’s not helpful. I wouldn’t recommend this app at all.
  • Torn because it has some positives... Jul 31, 2019

    By Ash.006
    I got this app because I felt like I wasn’t getting quite enough to eat, and I wanted to see how bad it was and what specific nutrients I needed to focus on adding to my diet to be healthy. I was very impressed with the ease of use and the way things worked, but there was one flaw that outweighed the many, many positives. I told the app I’d like to lose a little weight very slowly, and it recommended I eat 125 fewer calories each day than would be required to maintain my current weight. That seemed reasonable. But when I had eaten fewer than half the calories I needed to do by the end of the day, the app congratulated me. That is ridiculous. It is extremely unhealthy to eat fewer than half the calories your body needs. I should not be congratulated, I should be encouraged to add more healthy calories to my diet. Diet culture and body hatred are so rampant in our society, and this app is adding to it in an unhealthy way. So despite the positives, I can’t recommend this app at all.
  • Better before update Jul 29, 2019

    By R J's 4 Hearts
    I used MyNetDiary in 2014. It was easy, accurate, encouraging, informative and aided me in losing 30 lbs in less than 2 1/2 months. I LOVED IT! Life changes happened and I went back to MyNetDiary to lose the few pounds I gained. Upon opening the app, I realized it was different and confusing. I’ve tried several times to learn this ‘updated’ app. It’s not worth it. Won’t list calories, nutrients, fats, protein etc without premium version. If it was as easy as before, I’d go Premium, but it’s not. I bragged to everyone before how easy the app WAS: eat, when you’re at your max calories for the day, stop. After still another try of the updated version, I’m deleting this and going for something easier and accurate and more user friendly. Sometimes “new and improved “ is not!

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