Updated CalorieCount App Adds Logging by Voice

CalorieCount.com’s official app, Calorie Counter & Diet Tracker, saw an update (v1.3) yesterday which brings about a new, handy functionality. Immediately available in the Android Market (FREE), the app now lets users track and record their meals (i.e. 1 bagel, 1 serving cream cheese) simply by speaking into the handset. The technology, developed by iSpeech, makes it a breeze to add your foods and caloric intake, giving you one less excuse to slack off.

Additionally, Calorie Counter & Diet Tracker provides a database of more than 200,000 food items, barcode scanning, and automatic updates across both the website and Android app.

Download the app for free on any Android device running 2.1 or higher, including most major tablets!  Screenshots and download links after the break.


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  1. Anonymous
    October 05, 12:14 Reply

    I got this app yesterday interested to see how it turns out.  So far so good.

    I got the Incredible 2 the other day, I ordered it of this
    site http://bit.ly/n1WAcu , I got it for free couldn’t believe it.  They should probably have a bunch left I
    didn’t see an end date on the promo.

  2. Nobuyuki Sakamoto
    October 06, 03:23 Reply

    If it doesn’t understand what you’re saying, does it say “you shouldn’t talk when your mouth is full”?

  3. Mary Beth
    October 07, 15:30 Reply

    Just don’t do it in a public place. Would be entertaining to see someone shouting “rice cake!” into their phone. :)

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