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Foodvisor is a nutrition coach that will help
you eat healthier and reach your goal. Just snap a picture of your meal and you
will receive its nutrition facts! Regain control over your diet and learn to
make better food choices. Whether you’re looking t...
It’s alright, but if you’re a calorie counter, this ain’t it! The database is limited and even though you can add your own custom foods, you can never add them accurately. I have yet to find a label where *any* liquid is measured in grams (milk, juice, etc.). However, you are forced to fill in the “grams” portion of custom foods or it won’t even save! Next, some of the popular foods in the database seem to be pretty “off” and it’s just too much confusion. Sometimes it’ll say 4.2oz is a cup and other times it’ll say 8oz is a cup. Whaaa? So while I like the “picture” aspect of the app, the confusion of how to record what’s in the picture accurately ends up taking up way too much time, making my food cold by the time I can eat it!
Not Nutritionally Accurate
So it may allow you to log all of your nutrients and for what you eat, but it’s recommended amounts for each thing isn’t very healthy. It recommend me to eat a TON of carbs and very few proteins and fats, even after I put in that I do heavy physical activity 5 days per week. Obviously your body needs proteins when heavy physical activity is involved and yet it recommends carbs even though they burn too quickly to sustain energy and keep hunger levels low for a very short time.
Interesting idea but poor execution
I read a review of this product online and thought it would be cool to try. The idea sounds great but the developers have failed into a poor product not ready for prime time. Issues: -user interface is cluttered and confusing. There is so much information, icons and other things that it’s quite bad actually. -the search capabilities are very poor. I think you need to improve your algorithm. Takes forever to find something close to what I need and sometimes it shows up pages below -the image recognition is so-so. Needs to improve. - I am interested in a different protein target. Why should I pay for something as simple as that? I’m not asking for a diet or another service. In summary, developers: you have a lot of work to do.
Won’t give you a refund
I signed up for a free trial with them. I ended up getting billed for a $60 yearly subscription before my reminder went off to cancel it. After having talked to Apple they cannot help me with the refund because Foodvisor has already accepted it. So now I’m coming here, as a very disgruntled customer, demanding a refund. I have tried contacting them on the app, email, on Facebook and through messenger. I don’t want to make a big deal about this, but the fact that I have to go to these lengths is ridiculous.
Got rid of Lose It!
Love how organized and easy to use this app is! I used to use Lose It!, but I found it really hard to navigate, so I got rid of it and downloaded this app! Great, easy to use, and keeps me motivated to eat healthy, drink water, and exercise!
UX is kinda bad
Overall I like it but the UX is problematic. Especially if you want to edit food you added - It’s just a chore. There is no clear edit button after adding an item. Selecting the food item you added, you’re confusingly asked to “validate” your meal instead of just opening it/it’s properties. What does validate your meal even mean? I can’t manually write the calories for food. If I can it’s unclear because I feel stuck with their selections. I also can’t manually add calories I burned - I use a Fitbit not Apple Watch so I just have to select a random exercise. The ui is nice but kind of busy. Eh, overall it does it’s job but its unnecessarily frustrating.
I’m a registered dietitian and I think this app is incredible! It makes counting calories a breeze! And the tips and blog articles are great to help keep you on track and provide more insight! Highly recommend!
Not user friendly
Difficult navigating from one screen to the next. Kept duplicating food items despite me trying to “fix the issue” by trying to drag and drop to the delete space. I was frustrated every time I tried to use it. I just deleted the app, on my way to find another one
This app needs a lot of improvement if it wants to be better than My Fitness Pal. The food database doesn’t seem to be very big. When I took a photo of my brand name ice tea bottle it didn’t know what it was. You have no way to sync a Fitbit or anything else that I could see. I was confused on how to enter meals. So I think I will stick with MyFitnessPal.
Ability to change notification time
It would be great if I could set the times at which I want it to remind me to take a picture of my meals. I always forget because it notifies me when I am not eating.
Cute idea. Not worth the $
Sometimes the best things in life are free. This is a super great idea. But it’s not worth $60. Yea it’s a years cost but it would be nice to have full access to the app as a paid member for a full free 5-7 days. Get an idea of what it’s like before you spend it. Not just a basic membership.
This app is just petfect you talk with me unless to improve my every day nutrition I really appreciate it so much because I Lose Weight and this was my goal !
Doesn’t see everything on the plate and I can’t add it
I took a picture of my plate I have 2 ounces of cheese and 1tablespoon Of butter it doesn’t pick up the butter so I have to fake it into calling it 3 ounces of cheese. Need a way to be able to add something manually that doesn’t get picked up other than that it’s a great tool and I want to recommend it to my clients but I don’t know a way around it
Cool food app
A friend told me about this app. It’s a cool AI program to examine food and gives a quick calorie and macronutrient analysis. It’s not perfect but it’s easy to use and fun. I’m losing weight. It’s easy.
DO NOT DOWNLOAD...learn from my mistake! The nutrition is not accurate and there appears to be no way of changing. There is no response when asking a question and though you would love to just take a picture and validate the food you are consuming it isn’t quite that easy. This is s great concept but it doesn’t work! Run run away!!!
Yes. Foodvisor - Calorie Counter is quiet safe to use but use with caution. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 5,166 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 4.6/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for Foodvisor - Calorie Counter Is 38.4/100.
Yes. Foodvisor - Calorie Counter is legit, but not 100% legit to us. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 5,166 Foodvisor - Calorie Counter User Reviews through our NLP machine learning process to determine if users believe the app is legitimate or not. Based on this, Justuseapp Legitimacy Score for Foodvisor - Calorie Counter Is 38.4/100.
Foodvisor - Calorie Counter works most of the time. If it is not working for you, we recommend you excersise some patience and retry later or Contact Support.
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