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.
The Perfect Diet Tracker v3.7 and Tracker2Go v1.5.9 updates are now available for download direct from our website, or through the respective App stores.
The Perfect Diet Tracker 3.7 update improves performance and stability and fixes a number of small bugs.
The food database has been expanded to over 105,000 products and the quick search is now more responsive.
A Dropbox cloud sync feature has been added, enabling sync in both the Apple iPhone and Android versions of Tracker2Go.
As usual, this is a free upgrade. If you purchased the an ‘App Store’, including the Mac App Store or the Intel AppUp Center please visit these store to download your update. If you purchased a license for the software outside of an App Store (including directly from this website) you can download the latest version using the download links on this page.
Our next priority is updates to the Tracker2Go apps, expect more updates soon!
The Perfect Diet Tracker has been updated!
If you purchased the Perfect Die Tracker through the Mac App Store, the new version is currently with Apple and ‘in review’. As soon as it is approved the App Store will let you know an update is available.
Whats new in this version…
– Expanded food database to over 85,000 items.
– Bug fix: Issue displaying weight chart when entries prior to 1985 are added, fixed.
– Bug fix: Duplicate notes, fixed.
– Enhancement: Faster internet food searches.
You can also use the download buttons to the right to obtain the new version now.
Christmas is only a couple of weeks away and research shows the search for diet recipes increases in December and more than doubles in January.
Christmas dinner, office parties etc etc should be something you should look forward to and enjoy without the guilt of ‘I shouldn’t have’, or the turn to Google to search for diet recipies and subsequent cabbage soup or other crash diets in the new year.