December 19, 2014

CalorieCount.com Releases Free Android Application

Are you counting calories or trying to lose those extra pounds in time for summer? CalorieCount.com has just release their free Android application. This application allows you to log your calorie intake from a list of 200,000 different foods. The key features of this application include:

  • Easy to use interface
  • Ability to look up over 200,000 different foods’ calories
  • Ability to log your calorie intake
  • Automatic syncing between your desktop and your Android device

“We are thrilled to bring Calorie Count’s healthy-living tools and services to the Android market. The launch of the Calorie Count Android app provides an additional mobile platform for the Calorie Count brand, allowing us to further support members, no matter where they may be at the time,” said Igor Lebovic, co-founder, Caloriecount.com.

This application adds to CalorieCount.com’s list of mobile applications which include an iOS application and mobile website. This application is available now from the Android market, we have provided a link below to quickly download the application straight to your device! SO has anyone tried CalorieCount for Android yet? What do you think? Sound off in the comments below!

Source: Press Release

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  • Haggie

     Counting calories for weight loss has been completely debunked. If you want to lose weight, eliminate carbohydrates and eat a diet high in protein, fat, and vegetables. 

    This app will be as effective in weight loss as Angry Birds…

    • bobomb

      Um… no?

      I lost 55 lb in 6 months without even exercising with the Fatsecret app (225 down to 170).  I   tracked calories as well as carbs, fat, and protein, then later worked up to tracking sugars and sodium.  I worked at keeping carbs under 50% and fat as low as possible.  I was eating healthy too, lots of fruit and veggies, good grains (bread, pasta etc), and all that.  So not just low calories.

      Now I don’t know what this app tracks, but I’m sure it’s pretty comprehensive.  I’ve run across their website looking for nutritional info on certain things and they seem to have a lot.  That said, I’ll also say the Fatsecret app, and website, are excellent also.  Fatsecret and Calorie Counter are probably nearly identical in terms of what they help you track, so whatever works for you.  I’m going to continue using Fatsecret because I’ve got all my stuff on there and it works.

      Anyway, that’s just my $0.02 on the whole thing.

  • http://twitter.com/madhatter7zero David

    I’m going to have to find a new android blog to visit.  I do not like the new pop-up ad’s you have here that shows up even before your blog finishes loading in the browser. 

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