MyMac.com have published an independent and comprehensive review of the Perfect Diet Tracker app, awarding it 9 out of 10.
We see many reviews however a lot seem to simply copy and paste sections of the website and link to the product which we always appreciate, but it is nice to see a review where the author, David M. Acklam has taken the time to actually look at a product and review it.
If the review of our product is anything to go by, myMac.com would seem to be an excellent source of independent information for Mac users.
We just thought we would post a quick update to let you know what we have been up to since the last update.
We have been working hard on the new mobile version of the Perfect Diet Tracker (Tracker2Go), and implementing a whole range of new updates to the desktop version.
The initial release of the iOS mobile app is now with Apple waiting for review, and the Android app is in the testing stage so both are on track! Subject to approval by the relevant app stores, the mobile version should be available soon.
In the meantime if you want to see some of the screenshots of the mobile app, take a look at http://www.perfectdiettracker.com/tracker2go/
The desktop version of the Perfect Diet Tracker is also being updated with many of the suggestions we have received from users over the past few months. Many of the updates required core coding changes to implement and we are working hard to ensure the front ‘user interface’ end of the software retains its ease of use, while adding the new power tools for users who want more!
All the above is ‘coming soon’ so watch this space!
The Perfect Diet Tracker is now available in the Mac App Store, so if you have a Mac running Snow Leopard you can now buy the software through the store.
Both the Perfect Diet Tracker available through the Mac App Store and here have identical features, however there are currently three key differences:
We hope you had a great Christmas and New Year.
Here at Byoni, as you would expect the new year is one of the busiest times of the year as a lot of people look at going on a diet to lose some weight.
What surprised even us is looking at the Apple downloads site this morning, apparently more people were downloading the Perfect Diet Tracker than Google Earth!
Its not something we expect to continue, but it was nice to see!