What are the best Keto apps?
I love Chronometer.
I second chronometer. I also like the Keto Diet app by Mikhail Platonov.
I like Zero for tracking my IF
I didn’t really care for cronometer. It has some nice features, but I really didn’t like the user interface (UI).
I use Carb Manager. I’m using it as the free version, so it won’t let me directly track my glucose/ketones, but I stick that info in with a note.
My advice it download free version of various appt and find which one you like best.
I use and recommend this one. One of the main reasons is that it has a tightly-controlled food database that will only be altered by the staff at the app dev company, not just any nuffie with a phone.
It’s also easy to add your own foods/recipes to, and if you subscribe, has awesome reporting functions.
I use MyNetDiary, only because I have paid a yearly subscription and I refuse to let that goto waste.
My issue with chronometer is the eating out foods are very minimal. I use myfitnesspal for the larger library of foods.
I use Chronometer for the reasons @juice mentioned. And I use MFP to look up food not in Chronometer for an approximation since the entries aren’t tightly vetted in MFP.
I use Vora to track my extended fasts.
I tried cronometer but its database is full of American food, I’m in Australia. Otherwise it’s good.
I use the Fitbit iPhone App and then the associated web. It finds Ozzie foods. The iPhone app only shows % but the site shows grams.
I’ve had to add very few foods to it (and they’re pretty responsive when you do), but I’m not using many packaged foods, if that makes a difference.
I use and really like Cronometer also.
Yeah I avoid anything in a jar or package as much as possible. Just things like Avocado ALDI versus “Avocado California” which seem to be twice the size …
Maybe I’ll give it another go because I think it does micro-nutrients better …
Yeah, it can’t be beaten for that, for sure.
I like Carb Manager for tracking.
I don’t track anymore, long time member of MyFitnessPal. Since going Keto my app is Vora for tracking my fasting efforts. That is all I really track anymore. Maintenance for over a year and a half now.
I tried out Chronometer, but didn’t like it all that much. Guess I didn’t want to invest the time to learn it after just scan things for so long on MFP. Others love it. To each, their own.
MyFitnessPal for macro tracking.
Zero (iOs) for IF tracking
Vora (Android) for IF tracking
“Best,” not “worst.”