food tracking apps

By Brian Dolan 10:16 am July 16, 2014
In June 2013 Jawbone, makers of the UP fitness tracking bracelet, quietly acquired San Francisco-area startup Nutrivise for an undisclosed sum -- MobiHealthNews broke the news last summer. Now, more than a year later, Nutrivise's founder and Jawbone's nutrition and food-focus product manager Laura Borel has helped bring some of the Nutrivise app's features (and a few new ones) to the Jawbone UP...
By Jonah Comstock 09:15 am June 30, 2014
The updated Fitbit app tracks frequency of exercise on a calendar. Fitbit has announced a major update to its iOS app, which will be accessible to users of the Fitbit Flex, Fitbit One, and Fitbit Zip devices. The app update adds two new feature sets to Fitbit's app: MobileRun, which will add a number of capabilities for runners, and enhanced food logging tools, including one that integrates...
By Brian Dolan 10:11 am November 1, 2011
Massive Health, a closely watched Silicon Valley-based mobile health startup, launched its first iPhone app this morning. It's called The Eatery and it's a free app only available for iOS device users. The app joins the more than 1,300 diet related apps available in Apple's AppStore. "You don't need a logbook. You don't need a calorie counter. You don't need to scan another barcode. The Eatery is...