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Android App for finding carbs in food?

Discussion in 'Parents of Children with Type 1' started by mo779, Dec 29, 2013.

  1. mo779

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    Does anyone know of a good app for Android for figuring out carbs in food? The latest and the best? Appreciate the help.
     
  2. Flynlobird

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    My Fitness Pal will tell you the carbs in foods.
     
  3. Michelle'sMom

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    We use myfitnesspal on my phone, but use calorie king if we have the ipod touch with us. I really wish the Calorie King app worked for android because I prefer that one.
     
  5. mamattorney

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    I don't have the Calorie King app (because I have an android phone), but I downloaded the kindle reader on my phone and often just search the actual Calorie King e-book for carb counts. It's probably more clumsy than the app, but the content is there.
     
  6. Mish

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    another vote for Fat Secret. I've tried many, and I find that one the most useful, and the easiest to use.
     
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    Go Meals by Sanofi Aventis.
     
  8. sincity2003

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    Be careful with My Fitness Pal. Those are all user-entered calorie/carbs and sometimes they are way off the actual counts. Is Calorie king not available on Android?
     
  9. mo779

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    Downloaded the ones mentioned above. Will give them a try. Thanks.
     
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    I was so sad to lose the iPod app that I loved when I moved to Android, but have been pretty happy with a combination of Nutrition Data and Restaurant Nutrition.
     

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