Why you'll love FoodNoms
"FoodNoms is the easiest food tracker I've ever used and the only one I've been able to stick with. It's helped to get my diet on track."
Free yourself from distractions.
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FoodNoms is not a general-purpose fitness tracker. You won't find blog posts, recipe recommendations, unnecessary social features, or advertisements. The app keeps you focused on logging what you eat and tracking the metrics that matter to you.
FoodNoms is engineered to be fast, designed to be beautiful, and built to integrate well within the Apple ecosystem.
Rich nutrition data you can trust
The FoodNoms database builds on top of the trusted USDA FoodData Central database, which features hundreds of thousands of foods and millions of data points.
The total FoodNoms database contains over 300,000 foods and is growing daily with help from the FoodNoms community. Community contributions are moderated for quality.
When you encounter a new food that's not yet in the FoodNoms database, you can use the app's unique nutrition label scanner, which scans exact amounts – including macros, minerals and vitamins – within seconds.
Tight integration with iOS
Best food tracking app I've ever used!
And believe me, I've gone through a lot of them. FoodNoms is the first one that looks nice, feels nice to use, and has every feature I'd expect and more. Scan a barcode and it's not in the database? It'll roll right into scanning the label, intelligently picking out all the nutritional info, so you can add it to your database - after which, it'll ask if you want to submit it to the public database, for that crowdsourced magic. Chef's kiss, it's beautiful. Beyond that, it fits in on iOS perfectly - the visual style works very well, and it saves everything to the Health app, so I can write all sorts of silly little Shortcuts to analyze my data in the weird ways I want to. I love it. Seriously, I cannot recommend this app enough. If you're looking for a food tracker, this is the one.
Much better than MyFitness Pal
I love FoodNoms. They don’t have as large of a database as MyFitnessPal but when you can scan nutrition labels then it doesn’t matter as much. The ability to add approximations and estimates, easily see macro goals, and the exceptionally clean UI on both iPhone and iPad make this a must-have if you like to track nutrition!
Best iOS calorie tracking app
I recently started a weight loss program. When I asked the coach if he could recommend an app for tracking calories he showed me “myfitnesspal” as the standard app. When he opened it there was a 20s loading screen, followed by a full screen video ad, then navigation to get to the calorie tracking. No thanks. I tried a bunch of different apps with similar problems. FoodNoms is the only calorie tracking app I could find that wasn't annoying, and has a decent food database. And the tight integrations with iOS and the health app are better than I could find anywhere else. Thanks for making a well designed app that is a pleasure to use. Looking forward to further improvements to the food database.