The app recognizes foods in the image and automatically calculates calories and nutrients for the meal.
Link For The App https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=ai.bite.biteapp
Bitesnap works by using machine learning to identify food from pictures. By telling it the amount you’re eating and any other important information, the app will tell you how many calories are in the food.
App gives a pie chart of how much carbohydrate, protein, and fat is in your food.
There’s no Google Fit integration here, although maybe it’ll come in a later update. On another note, as the app is American, it uses imperial measurements. This means for us Europeans, measuring the food intake is hard. That also means the app is only available in the US.
This is what founder Vinay Anantharaman Wrote:-
I’m one of the founders of Bitesnap, a photo food journal and I’m excited to share our app with the Product Hunt Community. In Bitesnap logging, a meal only takes a photo. The app recognizes foods in the image and automatically calculates calories and nutrients for the meal. We recognize over 1,300 types food and drink items out of the box, but we also learn to recognize the specific meals you eat regularly, even if they’re complex or unusual. These meals can be added to your log with just one tap.
We’ve built Bitesnap from the ground up around photos. This lets us make input faster compared to other apps by skipping the text search step and recognize entire meals at once rather than one ingredient at a time. It also allows us to provide an Instagram-style feed of your meals that increase mindfulness and provides context about what, where, and why you ate. We have more on why we built in a blog post, https://blog.getbitesnap.com/int….