By Cronometer Software Inc

  • App Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2016-09-09
  • Current Version: 2.3.5
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 47.53 MB
  • Developer: Cronometer Software Inc
  • Compatibility: Android, iOS 9.0
App Ratings: 3.5
Based on 128 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.


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App Reviews

  • Vegan Friendly

    By Melliflu0us
    I’ve been vegan for a few years now, and this is the first nutrition app that actually breaks down all the nutrients. This is so imperative, especially when I’m being an “unhealthy vegan,” as it shows me just how much more I need to consume. Thanks so much for this! I look forward to continued use. Happy 2019!
  • The best macros app

    By Frustrate!!
    This is far the best better than MyFitnessFal. Been using MFP for almost 4 years so this one is far the best. Seriously u should try that. Its a free app. I dont pay for it.
  • Was loving it until *UPDATE!! It works again!!

    By MaddiesMommy06
    NEW UPDATE: I ended up emailing the support staff about the issue I was having and one of their people was in constant contact with me until the developers were able to fix the issue. My Polar Fitness Band is now back to syncing with the app, and my activity data (i.e. calories burned) are showing up in the app again! I’m back to losing weight!! Thank you so much, Developers and Support Staff!!! ********************************* The app all of a sudden stopped working with my Polar Fitness Band five days ago. Now, my activity data (i.e. calories burned) won’t sync with the app anymore. I’ve tried everything. I unlinked/re-linked my Polar Band with the app. I’ve logged out and back in after changing the settings. I uninstalled the app and reinstalled it. Now, any time I try to link my band with the app, I get an Error message, and the app gets stuck on a page that says “Connecting Device” with a little circle going round and round like it’s “loading.” To get out of that screen, I have to exit out of the app, and when I go back in to the “Connect Device” page, it says my Polar Band is linked- even though it’s not! Been dealing with the for 5 days now. Very frustrating. The app is only useful for me to guide as a weight loss tool if I know the correct amount of calories I am burning, and thus what a true 500 calorie deficit is, so that I can aim for a one pound a week loss. Please fix!! Otherwise, would be 5 stars!!
  • Easy to use and not annoying at all

    By Stella.vz
    This app is infinitely less annoying than MyFitnessPal. It’s intuitive, simple and easy. Love it.
  • Needs work

    By Lzmz
    I do like that this app has so much nutritional info provided. BUT it looks messy and needs to look a bit more “clean”. I use my net diary pro as well to log exercise and foods. The charts on my net diary are easy to read, easier to log foods, more scanned items available, AND my calories are off by 350 between the two apps!! That’s a GREAT variance! And I put it the exact same foods on both- yes counting macros, net carbs and so forth. I feel more comfortable with net diary pro but my provider wants me to use this one. I would like to continue using Cronometer but please make it easier to use when selecting foods, more items read with barcode, the charts easier to understand or throw in pointers on using certain features, the orange color is too bold. Clicking from one thing to another or how to add food etc is lengthy. I appreciate the details of this app, but it needs A LOT of user friendly clean ups.
  • Confused

    By merrellsj
    What is the difference between this app and the one that cost $2.99? I see the paid version has no ads but am I understanding it correctly that I could pay for the gold membership in the free version which will remove the ads thus saving $2.99?
  • Finally a nutrition tracking app that does what I need

    By Gretchen57
    After Under Armor took over My Fitness Pal, it’s provided less and cost more. (Why do corporations have to gouge for everything?) This app has tons of nutrient tracking, macro customization, etc etc. It’s not perfectly streamlined yet - I wish it would remember my quantity choices - but I find the wealth of options ( and the $5.99 subscription price) worth an extra click or two for some things. The learning curve for detailed tracking is a bit more involved, but it yields better data than I’ve ever had. I think I can streamline it more by taking advantage of custom foods. That said, I can see my macros for the day the second I open the app - along with tons of other information - much easier than any other app I’ve used. Also the “oracle” feature is really fantastic, to help me identify the foods that will be best for me to eat. There is also good information and support on how to track YOUR nutrients, and how to get the best nutritional data, including how your fitness tracker will affect your results. Looking forward to thoughtful improvements. I feel like I have complete control over my food choices with fewer mysteries, and I trust the data. Thank you!!
  • One Request

    By Josiah Sprague
    I wish there was an iOS widget that would show highlighted targets, so I could quickly check how I'm doing without needing to open the app.
  • Super simple

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

    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.