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DailyBurn, Inc

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2 MB

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Works with

  • Windows Phone 8.1
  • Windows Phone 8
  • Windows Phone 7.5
  • Windows Phone 7

App requires

  • phone identity
  • photo, music, and video libraries
  • data services
  • push notification service
  • web browser component
  • camera
  • HD720P (720x1280)
  • WVGA (480x800)
  • WXGA (768x1280)
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Meal Snap lets you take pictures of the meals you eat, and then magically tells you what food was in your meal. Oh yeah, we give you a rough estimate of the calories you ate too. Food tracking has never been easier. 

How Meal Snap Works: 
1. Snap a photo of your meal. 
2. Add a descriptive caption, if you are so inclined. 
3. Let the system auto-magically detect the nutritional breakdown. 
4. Keep track of your meals & progress over time. 

Other Awesome Features: 
* View estimated calories for each meal and the full day. 
* Browse back in time to view your logged meals. 
* Categorize your meals into Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, etc.
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  • by User 3/25/2014
    Do not buy this app! Not worth it! Never worked even once!
  • by User 1/1/2013
    Been waiting an hour for results n still nothing. Smh. Does anyone regulate this app? Been now waiting 6 hours and still nothing. Saw on Dr. oz but doesn't seem worth the buy.
  • by NDEAVR 6/21/2012
    I'm pretty sure that they use humans to recognize the food, but still great app
  • by Player512762708 2/26/2012
    Stopped working today. Very disappointing
  • by Denisrev 2/19/2012
    Took a picture of a 12 oz latte, first time it came back as simply a cup of coffee. Tried again and added a caption of "12 oz latte" and it instantly returned the correct result. 3 stars for now. Would like integration directly with DailyBurn.
  • by mehsdomi 1/13/2012
    So slow its useless
  • by awaisbk 1/12/2012
    Brilliant way to store what you eat. bit expensive though.
  • by laurenoceros 1/7/2012
    Doesn't seem to work.. I snapped pictures 3-4 hours ago and they say, "oops we hit a road bump.." and "this may take a moment." Definitely won't be buying it.
  • by Prime Manister 12/28/2011
    Cool idea. Seems to work well, though it takes a few minutes for foods to be identified (they're probably crowdsourcing it). Main downside is that the app is too expensive.