Cronometer

Cronometer

By Cronometer Software Inc

  • App Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2016-09-09
  • Current Version: 2.2.9
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 43.88 MB
  • Developer: Cronometer Software Inc
  • Compatibility: Android, iOS 9.0
App Ratings: 3.5
3.5
Based on 107 Reviews

Cronometer App Description

CRON-O-Meter is a popular online diary for tracking your diet, exercise, and other health related information. We have a whole-food database that tracks over 60+ micronutrients, and support for specialized diets (ketogenic, paleo, vegan). The app can also sync nutrition data and activity with the Apple Health App. Cronometer can be used for free, but it also has optional in-app subscriptions to our Gold tier of service which offers an ad-free experience along with additional features. SUBSCRIPTION PRICING & TERMS The Gold subscriptions purchased here will be charged to your iTunes account. By default, your subscription will auto-renew on a Monthly ($5.99 USD), Biannual ($24.99 USD), or Annual ($34.99 USD) term as per on your selection. You can change or cancel your subscription renewal under the iTunes Account settings. Your subscription will auto-renew on schedule unless you cancel with at least 24 hours prior to the renewal date. By subscribing, you acknowledge and agree to the Terms of Use, and Privacy Policy. https://cronometer.com/terms/ https://cronometer.com/privacy/

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App Reviews

  • Super simple

    5
    By Robbiemarkoneill
    Love it.
  • Much better than My Fitness Pal

    5
    By Jamian13
    Their ap is great for the micronutrient tracking. The paid version is well worth it for the database of food sources of specific nutrients. I was even more blown away that the paid version even includes nutrient balance trackers such as ratio of omega 3 to omega 6 which is relevant for inflammation. I really wish they had a breakdown of omega 3s to show DEA, EPA, and ALA types of O3s as they have different health effects.
  • I love this app.

    4
    By @homewithkids
    I love the colors and love that it’s vibrant. I also love the ease of use. I do wish, however, that there was a feature in your profile where you could set up your supplements so that it would automatically add those to each day’s allotments.
  • Inaccurate w/ incomplete data

    2
    By Kati Forbes
    The information I’ve found is incomplete. I’m a vegan and the app is saying that I’ve barely eaten any amino acids when I’m hitting 110g+ protein a day. It does not take into account certain vitamins etc on many packaged products
  • Tracking micronutrients

    5
    By koleicamper
    I’m recently vegan and needed to make sure my diet change is getting me all the vitamins and minerals I need. I looked at A LOT of apps and even downloaded some with much disappointment. This app is so easy to use and has awesome breakdowns for each day, averages for the weeks, it even has personal targets that can be customized. Love it.
  • A must for those on a Keto diet

    5
    By LDCnVA
    This is wonderful and makes my daily life so much easier. It syncs with my Apple Health and so those numbers populate automatically. I weigh and track everything and input it as my day progresses so that I can keep within my macro parameters. I love the graphs and trend lines. They motivate me. Love this app
  • Good idea but very limited

    3
    By Mikeradu
    The main reason for trying out this app is the fact that I’m trying the high fat/ ketogenic diet and this is the only app out there which I’ve found that can track net cabs directly. I live in Asia (Singapore). First, the database is extremely limited at least for those of us living in Asia. I understand that in the case of a free product you’re asking me to contribute with food, but if I’m paying for it, that should be your job to have completed already. Takeaway #1: if you live in Asia, save your money Second, the app (in its free version) really has A LOT of adds compared to, say, MyFitnessPal. Incidentally, from a pure database perspective, the free version of MyFitnessPal is A LOT more comprehensive, while it doesn’t make the app look like a add-laden website on which I wouldn’t spend 10 seconds Takeaway #2: use only if you can tolerate adds everywhere (even when you enter food!) Overall, I’m very disappointed. If the objective was to build an app to really help those who want to transition to a better diet, the developer should strike to provide a balance between value offered and level of ads used until the database is robust. Once it is, charging a fee is totally reasonable for a VERY USEFUL app. I hope there will be positive changes in the future. Thanks
  • Very Useful App

    5
    By OregonDuckGirl
    I found this app to be very easy to use. I especially like being able to see all the nutrition information to know where I need to supplement. I used other apps, but I prefer this app because I trust the database information. Everything I eat has been in the database. The app lets me add recipes, customize my goals for macro nutrients, and in exercise, view all my nutrition info, see summary views, and best of all, watch my weight go down. As a bonus, this is the first app I’ve been able to get my husband to use.
  • Some disappointments

    3
    By blake58
    I’m just beginning using this app and right off was surprised when I add my coffee it has my intake of caffeine as 0. That a pretty common item that should be correct.
  • better than mfpal

    5
    By Xesamme
    counts net carbs makes my keto lifestyle easy love it thank you so much 💖💖

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