>Meal Snap App Lets you Count Calories of your Meal by Taking Pictures from iPhone’s Camera


Good news for iPhone users. Now you can count calories of your meal by taking pictures from the camera of your iPhone by using an app available in App Store. The name of this app is Meal Snap. Simply install this app on your iPhone and take a photo of your meal using the camera of your iPhone then this app will tell you the number of calories you are about to consume. You can view estimated calories for each meal and the full day. You can categorize your meals into Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.

This app also allows you to share your meals on Twitter, Facebook, and Foursquare. Recently this app has been updated to version 1.0.2. This new updated version of Meal Snap app comes with new meal rating options, minor usability improvements and fixes some bug. Really this is a must have app for every iPhone users.

What’s New in Meal Snap 1.0.2

  • Minor usability improvements
  • Added new meal rating options
  • Fixed bug with foursquare place not being set properly on memory warning
  • Fixed visuals around rating on the home screen as well as spacing issues
  • Fixed a crash on posting to facebook from details page
  • Fixed a crash on meal deletion

Meal Snap is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 4.0 or later. This app is available through the App Store in the Healthcare & Fitness category. It costs $2.99. You can download and get more information about Meal Snap app from here. [iTunes Link]


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