The MyNetDiary mobile apps and website have always been regarded as the easiest food diary to use, and with our Online Community, supported by a Registered Dietitian, our members can get support and motivation they need without showing up for meetings.
Cherry Hill, NJ (PRWEB) September 22, 2010
MyNetDiary, a modern and comprehensive online diet service, announced today the release of their highly anticipated instant calorie counting app for the Android Market. Following in the footsteps of their previous food diary apps for Blackberry, iPhone and the iPad, which earned the #1 spot in Apple’s Healthcare & Fitness category, the MyNetDiary's Calorie Counter Pro app will include all the beauty, ease of use and finesse their users have come to expect.
“Our members have been asking us to bring our easy-to-use food diary app to the Android Market for several months,” says Sergey Oreshko, CEO of 4Technologies Corporation and co-creator of MyNetDiary, “and finally we’ve been able to build an app that is as every bit feature-filled and elegant as our top-ranked iPhone and iPad calorie counting apps.”
The launch of the Android calorie counter app makes it the first and only comprehensive diet management app available on the Android platform. Counting more than just calories, the MyNetDiary's Calorie Counter Pro app will give members a powerful tool for diet planning, nutritional tips and a daily analysis of their foods, nutrients, exercises and progress toward their dieting goal.
“The MyNetDiary mobile apps and website have always been regarded as the easiest food diary to use,” says Oreshko, “and with our Online Community, supported by a Registered Dietitian, our members can get support and motivation they need without showing up for meetings.”
All data entered by members are stored in an online cloud, which means people can change their smartphones without losing their data or their diet plan. And since the apps and website are always in sync, a member can use an iPad to enter breakfast, a laptop to record lunch and take their Android phone to dinner with them and log their meal before it even arrives.
Additional services included in MyNetDiary’s free and paid memberships include diet and exercise analysis, measurements, recipes, charts and a variety of reports to export and review. Members can also integrate their Twitter accounts, sending their diet and exercise updates automatically.
Over 500,000 people have already used MyNetDiary to pursue their diet goals naturally by making better daily food choices. To learn more about MyNetDiary, visit http://www.mynetdiary.com or look for the new Calorie Counter Pro app in the Android Market.
Launched in 2007, MyNetDiary is a comprehensive, modern online diet service that helps people lose weight safely while following American Dietetic Association guidelines. MyNetDiary offers free and paid subscriptions for their services, which include personalized analyses of calorie and nutrient needs, assistance with target weight goals, and access to personalized progress charts, as well as Android, iPhone, iPad and BlackBerry Apps for instant mobile tracking. MyNetDiary has been featured in USA Today, NPR Morning Edition, Fox 5 in DC and was handpicked by Apple as an Essential App for “Get In Shape.”