User Reviews
FoodMeter: Good Food or Bad Food?

FoodMeter: Good Food or Bad Food? is an app that measures the calories and other nutritional information in food products. It was developed by ARAWELLA CORPORATION for an iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad. It costs $0.99 or you can get the lite version for free.

For those of you out there who count calories or do not feel comfortable consuming anything without consulting the Nutrition Facts you may want to give FoodMeter a try. This app contains information about over 300,000 food items you can find in a grocery store and as well as orders you can place in over 300 restaurants.

FoodMeter: Good Food or Bad Food?

You can either use the barcode scanner or you can enter in the type of food that you want to know about and you get a rating and the nutritional information pertaining to it. The ratings come with suggestions that either read something like, “you have made a reasonable food choice,” or “this food is rather unhealthy, however, it can be consumed in limited quantities.” The latter statement was made about a Big Mac. To elaborate, a Big Mac has 29g of fat and 1040mg of sodium in it, so I am not sure it should even be consumed in limited quantities if you are a person trying to stay healthy or loose weight. More options offered with FoodMeter a memory bank of all of the food that you have searched and when you searched as well as an Advice section offered by the FoodMeter experts.

FoodMeter: Good Food or Bad Food?

A gripe I have with FoodMeter is that it often freezes. It is definitely a glitch because my experience was that the average loading time was over a minute for basic functions. I feel it is imperative to fix a problem like this because the surest way to loose interest in an app is when while waiting for it to load you have already moved onto the next thing.

FoodMeter, if nothing else, can get you the nutrition facts that you are seeking. It may take a good amount of your time while you wait for it to load, but if you are persistent you will be able to find out if you can afford to eat that donut you have been eyeing.

AppSafari Rating: 3/5

This 3rd Party App is available at the Apple iTunes AppStore. Browse the full list of all AppStore apps filed under the AppStore category.
Download Food Scanner: Good Food or Bad Food? at iTunes App Store
Price: $0.99
Developer: Website
AppSafari review of Food Scanner: Good Food or Bad Food? was written by on December 12th, 2010 and categorized under App Store, Food, Health, iPad apps, Reference, Universal. Page viewed 6550 times, 3 so far today. Need help on using these apps? Please read the Help Page.
Sudoku Kai - free game

Leave Comment

About AppSafari

Looking for the best iPhone, iPad & iPod touch apps? Reviews of the best new iPhone apps daily since 2007. The App Store is a jungle. Go on a safari of over 7263 iPhone, iPod touch & iPad apps & discover new iOS apps.

Enter your email address:

New Apps Sent to your Mailbox

Discover AppSafari

Welcome to AppSafari. Our team loves apps and is dedicated to writing iPhone app reviews to help you find the best new & free iPhone apps in the App Store. For the latest App Store buzz check out the Trending iPhone apps updated daily with free games worth downloading. Enter our giveaway contest to win free apps every day. You can browse the site in either gallery or list layout.

Where to go from here

More from AppSafari

Got mail? Subscribe to AppSafari by Email. Watch funny and interesting iPhone Videos gathered from around the web.

© 2007-2019 All Rights Reserved. Terms and Conditions | Privacy Policy.
This site is not associated with Apple Inc. or its partners. iPod, iPhone, and Safari are trademarks of Apple Inc.
App Screenshot loading
AppStore Read Review