Follow

I was looking for a calorie counting app and all of them were just plain horrible. Hundreds of features, focused on stuff I don't want, demanding extremely precise data entry to even register your intake.

I ended up installing one that hasn't been updated since 2018. It has a circle graph with the total count, a calories per day graph, and an up and down button that increase or decrease the calories counter by 100.

There's a setting to change the increment step, but it doesn't work. Perfection

I just think there should be more of a middle ground between doing math in your head and writing it on a piece of paper and then doing a phd in nutrition.

@rune 2018 is the last time apps were developed. only ghosts have been continuing.

Sign in to participate in the conversation
Mastodon

Mastodon Community of Denmark (MCD) for Danes and other people to talk about Denmark or whatever.