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Carb Manager for iPad app review: track your carbohydrate intake the smart way

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Introduction

While low-carb dieting isn’t in vogue as much as it has been in recent years, it definitely still has its place amongst those who are trying to lose weight, and this iPad app has been designed to help you track your carbohydrate intake the smart way to ensure your long-term success.

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This is a simple enough app that I think you could probably use regardless of whether or not you’re following a low-carb diet. Either way, keeping an ongoing log of your food intake can be very enlightening so I would definitely recommend using an app like this.

There are some cheaper apps available within the Health & Fitness category of the App Store that offer many of the same features, so I would recommend shopping around before making a final decision. 

Low Carb Diet Tracker HD PRO by Carb Manager

$4.99

Includes More Than 100,000 Food Items

Carb Manager for iPad - low carbohydrate diet tracker features an extensive database of more than 100,000 common food items, fully detailing more 30 different vitamins and other nutrients for each food.

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You can very easily add your most frequently used food items to your Favorites list for quick and easy future reference, which should make it very quick and easy for you to compile your own custom meal plans. Alternatively, you can add your own foods to the database if you can’t find what you’re looking for.

 

Carb Manager for iPad - low carbohydrate diet tracker screenshot 1
Carb Manager for iPad - low carbohydrate diet tracker screenshot 1

Track Your Weight With Ease

You’ll be pleased to know that you can also use this app to track your weight loss progress as there are features for tracking your weight and even seeing it projected on graphical charts so that you can see how much you’ve lost over a given period of time.

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On top of this, you can set up predefined carb allowances for yourself to ensure that you never overeat and you always stick to your plan. To further help with this there is a progress bar that lets you know how far into your carb allowance you are each day.

 

Carb Manager for iPad - low carbohydrate diet tracker screenshot 2
Carb Manager for iPad - low carbohydrate diet tracker screenshot 2

Low Carb Diet Tracker HD PRO by Carb Manager

$4.99

Pros and Cons

Pros

  • Includes a vast database of more than 100,000 food items
  • Each food entry includes data for more than 30 vitamins and other nutrients
  • Jump straight into the features without having to register for a user account
  • Compares your consumption with the Institute of Medicine's Dietary Reference Intake (RDA and AI) values for every vitamin and mineral
  • Set up carb allowances to ensure you don’t overeat
  • View a progress bar of your carb consumption each day
  • Keep a record of your weight and view your progress on a graphical chart
  • All of the content is stored locally on your device so there is no need for an Internet connection
  • Add your most frequently used food items to your Favorites list for quick and easy future reference
  • Imperial and Metric systems are both fully supported

 

Cons                             

  • There are some cheaper apps available within the Health & Fitness category of the App Store that offer many of the same features, so I would recommend shopping around before making a final decision

 

Carb Manager for iPad - low carbohydrate diet tracker screenshot 3
Carb Manager for iPad - low carbohydrate diet tracker screenshot 3

Final Words

Carb Manager for iPad - low carbohydrate diet tracker isn’t the cheapest app of its kind, but I would still very much recommend considering this obviously high-quality development.

 

Low Carb Diet Tracker HD PRO by Carb Manager

$4.99
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MarkBangs

Mark is an opinionated writer who loves to review apps. In 2012, he started reviewing Apple apps on a regular basis and wonders how he survived up to that point without these apps.