Lifesum: Diet & Macro Tracker

Lifesum: Diet & Macro Tracker

By Lifesum AB

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2008-08-03
  • Current Version: 9.2.4
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 158.74 MB
  • Developer: Lifesum AB
  • Compatibility: Android, iOS 11.2
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 68,898 Ratings

Description

Your personal diet plan, food tracker, calorie counter & healthy recipes, all in one place. Reach your goals with Lifesum! Discover how tracking small habits can make a big difference & join millions on their journey to a healthier, happier you. Low carb, ketogenic or high protein? We’ll help you find a diet plan best suited to you. Need some help to stay on track? Fear not. We’ve got tips, reminders & an intuitive food diary to help give you a hand. Top Lifesum Features: ● Diet plans & tips for any goal - lose weight & eat healthy ● Calorie counter with barcode scanner for easy food tracking ● Macro tracker - see your daily nutrition & calories WEIGHT LOSS & DIET PLANS Take our test to discover which plan best suits your schedule and lifestyle. From low carb to keto diet and everything in between, we have the right plan for you and your weight loss goals. FOOD DIARY & MACRO TRACKER The macro tracker ensures you reach the right type of energy composition to reach your recommended intake. Simply scan barcodes for calories and nutrition information, or enter manually. RECIPES & MEAL PLANNER Healthy recipes help you stick to your meal plan. Explore ketogenic recipes to beat the sugar cravings or search for keto ideas for snacks to eat. You also get daily feedback to keep you in the right mindset and help you lose weight. Download Lifesum now and get healthier today! Lifesum integrates with HealthKit, so you can export nutrition and exercise data from Lifesum to HealthKit, and import fitness data and weight and body measurements from HealthKit to Lifesum. For extended features such as specialised diets and detailed nutrition information, and to sync with fitness apps such as Moves, Nokia Health, FitBit, Jawbone, Endomondo and Runkeeper, get the Lifesum Premium membership (3,6 & 12 months). Lifesum Premium Subscription: The subscription period will automatically renew unless the auto-renew is turned off at least 24 hours before the end of the current subscription period. To turn this function off, simply go to your iTunes account and turn off auto-renew. Renewal payments will differ depending on subscription and pricing at the time of renewal. Your iTunes account will be charged when the purchase is confirmed. Terms and Privacy Policy: http://api.lifesum.com/mobile-terms

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Reviews

  • Question

    4
    By Girl1572
    Hi! The app looks great! I’ve used it for one day, but I’ve changed my mind. I would like a refund, but I attempted that through Apple(?) and they denied it. Thought I would try here. I’d be willing to pay a month, seeing I used it for a day. No other way to get a hold of anyone but to write a review. Thanks!
  • !

    2
    By bruce-irvine4
    I do feel as though this app works but then they hit you with these subscriptions. Who wants to pay money to lose weight why can’t they get jobs and be helpful people.
  • Great app

    5
    By CeCe GP
    Works as expected.
  • Fix the Apple Watch syncing and I’ll come back

    1
    By OaklandA's1
    I loved this app, the layout is beautiful and it worked well until lately. The Apple Watch complications don’t sync correctly unless the app is also open on the iPhone at the same time...which is pointless. I like the Apple Watch complication so it looks like I’ll be headed back to MyFitnessPal.
  • Buggy

    4
    By melvinhops
    Works well most of the time, but exercise logging could use some work. I find when I update my exercise calories they don’t always stay.
  • Beware

    1
    By steph282904
    Beware the advertised subscription fee. It’s initially offered as a monthly fee but charged up front for the year. Very deceptive.
  • Buggy App

    4
    By ACreel2013
    My water settings NEVER stay at 7 glasses instead of the default 8 glasses which is too much for my weight. Trying to add food to the previous day always adds it to the current day instead on the first and sometimes second attempt. These are just two of the more prominent bugs currently in this app. Otherwise, it’s a visually appealing app that accomplishes what it claims to.
  • Nutrition and recipe breakdown

    3
    By Juliamck
    As a former subscriber to other meal tracking apps, Lifesum is definitely an improvement. What I miss from some other apps is the ability to adjust recipes to remove certain ingredients. You can adjust the nutrition information but I rely on the app to calculate the nutrition info based on what’s in the recipe. It doesn’t seem accurate to if you can simply delete all of the net carbs from the nutrition info. The design is great and it’s very user friendly but if you aren’t planning to pay for the premium, it doesn’t have much to offer.
  • With a few tweaks, this would be awesome!

    4
    By BabyGrl67
    I’ve tried many apps for diet & fitness tracking, and specifically for tracking macros in Keto. This one is up there as one of my faves. Pros: you can choose many different types of diet (Mediterranean, vegan, strict or easy Keto, etc...) to fit your lifestyle. -the feedback on each food and on your overall meal is immediate (smiley face or not so happy one..lol) -integrates exercise and steps from my Apple Watch & iPhone (or a few other apps like Fitbit), and also allows me to add my own, if I did something without my phone it watch on. -has great recipes for each type of diet plan. Really takes the guesswork out, if you’re just starting, and gives new ideas of you’ve been at it for a while. - pricing is very good for what you’re getting. I chose the 6 month plan to try it out. The most you’ll pay for the pro plan is $5/month, which goes down in price if you choose a longer period. Less than a cup of coffee at Starbucks. -there is also an option to take a pic with the app of the food you’re about to eat, and it analyzes the pic & gives some choices on what it might be. Kinda fun to play with. - you can also scan a bar code to log foods - you can track not only your daily weight, but also measurements. You can even add any extra areas you want to track, which is great! Cons: -This app had just about everything. The only part I feel is missing is the ability to add my own recipes in from meals I create, and then choose a portion. You can scan the bar code on any package, but that’s as close as you get. - it would also be great if, once you’ve scanned the bar code, there was a way to keep that food in your inventory. Instead (unless I’ve missed something), you have to rescan every time. That’s too time-consuming for me. -also, most portions are listed in grams & ounces. Those aren’t measurements we utilize much in the US, so it makes it difficult to track portions. I wish there was a way to switch from metric measurements for my profile. - it has an annoying way of reminding me to track my weight every day. This wouldn’t be annoying, as I’ve enabled notifications, but it pops up even after I’ve input my morning weight. Software glitch, I guess? Overall, this is a wonderful app. Not sure I’ll keep it past the 6 months, because the few cons are very frustrating for me. That being said, I still think it’s one of the best ones out there and super simple to use.
  • MyFitnessPal is easier and more accurate

    3
    By DaliCoop
    (I’m using the premium version) While I love Lifesum because of the coaching and keeping macro and micronutrients monitored, the actual food logging needs a LOT of work. Unlike MyFitnessPal, which is the easiest food logging I’ve ever done, Lifesum is not only difficult in finding the food you’re trying to log (they don’t have the database that MFP has), but the serving sizes and entering the amount you’re eating is more often in grams instead of cups or the MUCH easier options on MyFitnessPal. A lot of the nutrition information is also wrong, meaning that I have toggle with the “amount” of food that I ate in order to get the calorie count correct. I also don’t love the often negative feedback that pops up if you occasionally eat something that’s non-nutritious. Because of this, I’ll likely be canceling my subscription at the end of the 3 months and looking back at MyFitnessPal.

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