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FitGenie: Macro & Food Tracking

FitGenie: Macro & Food Tracking

FitGenie LLC

Nutrition & Calorie Calculator

4.7 Ratings 2K+ Reviews 1K+ Downloads

About FitGenie: Macro & Food Tracking

Ratings & Reviews

4.7
1.6K+ Ratings
  1. 5
    84+%
  2. 4
    8+%
  3. 3
    3+%
  4. 2
    2+%
  5. 1
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  • Oct 5, 2020

    By Shay Az
    To customize macros you will have to pay for the premium and it's pretty expensive! 19.99/monthly. I like the dark mode layout, I think the fitnesspal layout is awful but I like it better because alot of the tracking is free and unlocked for users. There's lots of free content you can access on fitnesspal. This app is missing SO many food items and no water tracking. I've been looking for an alternative for fitness pal but this is not it. Theres no widgets you can add to screen.
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  • BEST Lose Fat & Gain Muscle APP👊🏻 Nov 18, 2017

    By Umams
    This app is def made for the lazy millennial. 🙌🏻 Whether you’re trying to lose fat/gain muscle, prepping for a bodybuilding show or enjoying the doughnut life this app is 100% the BEST tool. I’ve referred it to all my clients! I calculate their macros then let the Premium FitGenie AI readjust! My clients love their results and I looooove how easy it makes it for me to focus on training! I personally struggle with coming up with creative food so the recipe guide has been so useful. The AI on the Premium honestly knows exactly what I like to eat....it’s kind of creepy but I love it! When I’m #hangry it keeps me on top of my goals. Plus the social sharing features are so pretty that I actually get excited to share my macros on social media. 😍
    more
  • Oct 27, 2020

    By Tess Ogle
    Id love to be able to use this but it doesn't recognise barcodes from Australia making it really inconvenient at this stage. Will come back to use this when the database includes Aussie foods
  • Awesome Oct 1, 2017

    By Dylan 220
    I prefer FitGenie to myfitnesspal. The in-app dietary recommendations are realistic and are sound with how evidence based science tells us to eat with respect to our goals. That, in addition to the automatic adjustments, make it more effective tool then MFP for me (may not be so for everyone though). It takes the thinking out of it and has given me slow but sustainable progress for the first time in a while. Definitely room for improvement though- one week told me to do 2100 calories of cardio a week. Not gonna happen lol. Would like to have an option on building in cardio to the calorie goals.
    more
  • Aug 4, 2020

    By Devin Roach
    I've been waiting for this app to drop for so long!! I used to have an iPhone but switched to Android and I missed how simple it was to log my food and order healthy, locally sourced meals. Definitely would recommend for anyone if you're looking to count calories, track macronutrients, or get healthy delivery.
    more
  • Dec 18, 2020

    By George Markaryan
    Notifications about nutrition plan update, but nothing changes, no feedback. Support doesn't answer. Uninstall
  • Rechecked and still too many problems Sep 29, 2018

    By Legend of Zoltar
    I got this app when it first came out because i wanted to support the people behind its creation. It just wasn’t where it needed to be so I went back to MyFitnessPal. I decided to come back and see if it had improved. It had but not enough. Within 10min of using the app it froze. Plus I couldn’t find a way to view weekly averages for calories and macros even after searching the FAQ and google, which is something super easy to do with MFP. Lastly many of the big name brands are still not in its database. Also Since it forces you to let it design your calories I chose low-fat. I was shocked it had me on 110g of fat when i chose the low fat option. I want to like this product, but it seems to still be plagued by inadequacies. Sadly I’m going back to MFP.
    more
  • Aug 13, 2020

    By Lunchbox tha Narcoleptic
    Went to order meals and it doesn't recognize me address plus it tells me that it's not yet in Baltimore. I wasted money for premium to find out it's not even compatible with my area. I want a refund.
  • Aug 23, 2020

    By Tomáš Hamsa
    Usless. You need to pay monthly/yearly subscription to unlock macro tracking. Free version has basically no features, DON'T DOWNLOAD!
  • Sep 1, 2020

    By Joshua Bruce
    Less convenient than the calorie tracker that came with my phone.

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  • BEST Lose Fat & Gain Muscle APP👊🏻 Nov 18, 2017

    By Umams
    This app is def made for the lazy millennial. 🙌🏻 Whether you’re trying to lose fat/gain muscle, prepping for a bodybuilding show or enjoying the doughnut life this app is 100% the BEST tool. I’ve referred it to all my clients! I calculate their macros then let the Premium FitGenie AI readjust! My clients love their results and I looooove how easy it makes it for me to focus on training! I personally struggle with coming up with creative food so the recipe guide has been so useful. The AI on the Premium honestly knows exactly what I like to eat....it’s kind of creepy but I love it! When I’m #hangry it keeps me on top of my goals. Plus the social sharing features are so pretty that I actually get excited to share my macros on social media. 😍
    more
  • Awesome Oct 1, 2017

    By Dylan 220
    I prefer FitGenie to myfitnesspal. The in-app dietary recommendations are realistic and are sound with how evidence based science tells us to eat with respect to our goals. That, in addition to the automatic adjustments, make it more effective tool then MFP for me (may not be so for everyone though). It takes the thinking out of it and has given me slow but sustainable progress for the first time in a while. Definitely room for improvement though- one week told me to do 2100 calories of cardio a week. Not gonna happen lol. Would like to have an option on building in cardio to the calorie goals.
    more
  • Aug 4, 2020

    By Devin Roach
    I've been waiting for this app to drop for so long!! I used to have an iPhone but switched to Android and I missed how simple it was to log my food and order healthy, locally sourced meals. Definitely would recommend for anyone if you're looking to count calories, track macronutrients, or get healthy delivery.
    more
  • Premium does not activate on multiple devices Nov 2, 2017

    By HilbertAx
    I installed the app on my iPad and started a paid premium subscription (since there was the 25% off offer). The premium status doesn’t transfer to my iPhone, so I’m stuck with the non premium version on my iPhone. Contacted support, we’ll see what happens. EDIT: Supported answered in 10 minutes and they were very nice about it. It’s a bit hidden but there is a way to restore purchases, by swiping up after the “try premium” screen.
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  • Always Great May 6, 2020

    By ksnIEkds
    I think I’ve used this app for about four years and I love it. The things I like best are listed below: 1) They will give you macro suggestions based on your goals as well as suggest changes over time, but if you don’t want to follow their plan and instead make your own, you can. 2) The food library is pretty complete. I rarely can’t find a specific item, but if I can’t, it’s so easy to add. 3) I can put it my own homemade meals, and the app will easily find them even months after I last ate them. 4) Customer service has been great. Like I said above, I’ve used this app daily for about 4 years and I think I’ve needed help twice. This last time they emailed me back within an hour or so having already fixed my issue! You should use this app.
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  • Great app but needs some basic features Jan 31, 2018

    By burfeckt
    Needs meal macros displayed right on home page. Needs automatic portion controlling. The fact that 30g is fixed at 1 serving of 30g doesn’t make sense. Ability to switch between oz, g etc. basic feature in other apps. Love the daily macro progress updates as you add foods - need that same feature as you add foods to an individual meal. Need ability to display Macro progress instead of calories progress by default
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  • Oct 5, 2020

    By Shay Az
    To customize macros you will have to pay for the premium and it's pretty expensive! 19.99/monthly. I like the dark mode layout, I think the fitnesspal layout is awful but I like it better because alot of the tracking is free and unlocked for users. There's lots of free content you can access on fitnesspal. This app is missing SO many food items and no water tracking. I've been looking for an alternative for fitness pal but this is not it. Theres no widgets you can add to screen.
    more
  • Oct 27, 2020

    By Tess Ogle
    Id love to be able to use this but it doesn't recognise barcodes from Australia making it really inconvenient at this stage. Will come back to use this when the database includes Aussie foods
  • Oct 16, 2020

    By Welp Man
    They NEED TO GET A BETTER DATABASE because there's really A LOT of food missing. Cant even find cream dory which is a very common fish where im from. I bought the app and even got it for a full year but am really dissapointed in the database. Can't believe Eric Helms recommended this.
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  • Sep 15, 2020

    By Shantanu Patil
    The app is difficult to use.. I think Myfitnesspal is much user friendly and easy to customize details. It took time for me to figure out how to use it.
  • Rechecked and still too many problems Sep 29, 2018

    By Legend of Zoltar
    I got this app when it first came out because i wanted to support the people behind its creation. It just wasn’t where it needed to be so I went back to MyFitnessPal. I decided to come back and see if it had improved. It had but not enough. Within 10min of using the app it froze. Plus I couldn’t find a way to view weekly averages for calories and macros even after searching the FAQ and google, which is something super easy to do with MFP. Lastly many of the big name brands are still not in its database. Also Since it forces you to let it design your calories I chose low-fat. I was shocked it had me on 110g of fat when i chose the low fat option. I want to like this product, but it seems to still be plagued by inadequacies. Sadly I’m going back to MFP.
    more
  • Sep 1, 2020

    By Joshua Bruce
    Less convenient than the calorie tracker that came with my phone.
  • Dec 18, 2020

    By George Markaryan
    Notifications about nutrition plan update, but nothing changes, no feedback. Support doesn't answer. Uninstall
  • Aug 13, 2020

    By Lunchbox tha Narcoleptic
    Went to order meals and it doesn't recognize me address plus it tells me that it's not yet in Baltimore. I wasted money for premium to find out it's not even compatible with my area. I want a refund.
  • Aug 23, 2020

    By Tomáš Hamsa
    Usless. You need to pay monthly/yearly subscription to unlock macro tracking. Free version has basically no features, DON'T DOWNLOAD!
  • Sep 6, 2020

    By Korrey Housel
    I got this app because it was advertised as a superior tracker to MyFitnessPal. I find it extremely hard to believe that anyone remotely honest could say that about the app in it's current state. This app puts behind a paywall features which MyFitnessPal has for free! While I like Eric Helms being connected to someone who puts out good information is not a excuse for something like that.
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  • syncing stinks Sep 13, 2017

    By Mr. Stooge
    Here is what they told me...FitGenie can only be used on one device at a time to keep your data secure. When switching to a new device, users must log back in to their desired account if they are not prompted to do so. All your data will be pulled in once it has successfully synced on the device you were previously logged in on. To ensure syncing is successful, exit the app on the device where you last logged entries, then reopen the app on that same device. So I have to go in and out... in and out... And it still doesn't work. Day one with the app and I'm not happy.
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