We seem to have turned into a nation that no longer has time to head down to the gym, although part of it is because we are so tied up in what we do online, we find it hard to drag ourselves away from our home or the office. This had led to some of us, including myself to put on a few extra pounds and also feel less healthy in the process.
Thankfully, the technology that we crave all day, mobile devices, can help, which we have already explained in the countless number of exercise apps, such as the Calorie Counter & Diet Tracker.
You might ask what makes this app stand out in the crowd, and while that is a tough question to answer because each app has their own unique way of getting things done, what we love about the Seamless calorie counter app for iPad and iPhone is that some of its features are tailored just for the Apple tablet, which is handy because of the larger display.
At the start of April the developer felt fit to update the Calorie Counter & Diet Tracker app to version 5.1.1 and with it brought several new features and bug fixes. That is on top of some of the other great features, such as a database of over 3,000,000 foods offering various details, such as their calorie count.
Some of our friends have already tried this app and seem overly positive, with one friend saying, “This is such a great app, and thanks to its excellent features is one of, if not the best fitness apps on the App Store.”
Another of our friends said, “This app was pretty lame when it was first released, but since its automated recipe-add feature you no longer need to cut and paste recipes from the Internet.”
We can see that the Calorie Counter & Diet Tracker has a decent review score on iTunes, with the current version now getting five stars. Maybe you should give it a try, I’m seriously thinking about it, although it might be left sitting around like by Mountain bike I recently purchased.
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