Just got frustrated with certain limitations of fitday and tried this instead.
Man it is hella good
LOTS of name brand stuff stored, verification of label information, really good activity trackers, a meal maker to save frequently prepared home-made items, etc.
It's really well done.
It also exports to popular spreadsheets, recommends alternate foods, etc.
I used it for a while myself and found it to be quite good. The fact that you can create your own food items on the list (Assuming you have the nutritional content) makes it very flexible.
Originally Posted by JohnnyCache
I think Anthony was the one who posted the link on another thread, which lead me to it.