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by Gareth Partridge on 25/02/2014
I don't see the point in this app if it doesn't tell you net carbs. Leaving fibre in the carb readouts makes it useless especially as fibre isn't one of the data included. Installed it for carb counting and took it straight off again.
by nananotes0160 on 12/11/2013
Not very user friendly and no help to figure it out.
by Dunia Pelangi on 28/10/2013
Awesome application ever. I'm type1 diabetic and this is very helpful. I've try it for the first time and there is no problem with the application. Now, I can check carbs in every foods and make my life more easy. So, 5 stars. Recommended for everyone. Pl
by Raegan Perkins on 13/05/2013
It has some items. My issue is what about eating out? I went for Chinese the other day got orange chicken and egg drop soup.... I searched so long my chicken got cold and I gave up. Also I seached products I have at home, such as my roommates cereal just
by Hana Steinlaufova on 24/04/2013
Too detailed with foods I never heard off and very difficult to find basic food like frozen corn...
by A Google User on 27/01/2013
Can I just come for of carb/calorie burning counter of the exercise, to help work out how much or sugar level will drop after exercise? That would be VERY AWESOME if you could figure out a way of helping us with the exercise side of sugar control a little
by Stephen Lighthall on 22/01/2013
Can not find even the most common foods in carb counter what use is it
by Katie Fallon on 17/01/2013
The app is okay, and has a decent carb list, but no glycemic index. The keywords have glycemic index listed, but it's not there. Would be better (and not lying) if the gylcemic index and loads were available.
by Melissa Cuellar on 04/01/2013
Not user friendly at all
by Kirk Fetterman on 03/01/2013
This app is very confusing and does not have the ability to add your food items. Waste of time do not use this app.
by Kryssaira Brotman on 25/12/2012
It's a nice little app, food is very limited and interface is NOT user friendly. More importantly it's completely useless for type II diabetics who don't need to worry about insulin but DO need a reliable way to track carbs. There are a number of apps gea
by Cassie v on 06/12/2012
I found it hard to find standard foods like Kent pumpkin, a potato that wasn't peeled and instant coffee with white and one
by Christopher on 04/09/2012
I really only use the food database, but it is excellent.
by Leigh on 04/09/2012
Has break, lunch, snack, dinner. I also have morning snack and supper. I also have night insulin humilin. How to enter these extras?
by Lucy on 17/08/2012
Can't figure out how to log food. Would've been good if it was more user-friendly.