The application was developed by fitness social network DailyBurn and gives you almost instant feedback. To do that, it matches the taken picture to a database containing nearly 500,000 meals and food items. You then get the mind boggling range of calories typical for the said Double Whopper or whatever you have in front of you.
Your way to the biggest loser crown can now be easily shared on Facebook/Twitter/Foursquare, so you can get some social support. Or risk being defriended, that is. DailyBurn CEO elaborates on the social features of MealSnap:
"The pure act of tracking something can cause a psychological change that can help people on their health and fitness journey," he said. "Just the simple fact of logging it makes me more aware of what I'm eating."
A journal for the food-obsessed, MealSnap will surely find its audience. All yours for $2.99.