Android/iOS feedback and suggestions

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Daviid

Joined: Apr 12
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Posted: 16 Apr 2012, 08:32
First of all I would like to thank fatsecret, the app really helps me control the intake of calories. Since I mostly use the app and not the webpage I have some suggestions for the mobile app.

It would be great if the app synchronized with the account here on the site. Since it's easier(faster) to put in whole meals in the site rather than through the phone.

Putting in ingredients into the app as you cook, and then divide it on "X" meals would be a great feature and give a more accurate count of calories and such.

Perhaps I've missed something, if so please let me know how to do it Smile Once again thanks for a great app and site!!!
k-lo74

Joined: Apr 12
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Posted: 21 Apr 2012, 05:30
Have you found it yet?when you get the home page on the app clich the little square thing (top left hand corner) it will open up the menu (supermarket brands,recipes etc) at the bottom it says sync,press that and it does sync to the site so everything you enter via the app appears on the account on here and vise versa! i mainly use this site so it doesn't eat my internet bundle on my android and everything shows up on my phone too! Smile



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