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Diet tracking app ‘Calory’ now tracks water, subtracts burned calories, more

[2019-12-31 21:01:16]

The excellent calorie tracking app ‘Calory’ has a welcome update out with useful new features just in time for the new year. Calory is similar to other apps for logging meals like MyFitnessPal, but with a modern design and deeper platform integration. Calory works with Dark Mode, Siri Shortcuts, and includes great apps for iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Mac (my favorite Mac Catalyst app). The concept is simple. Set your daily calorie goal like 2000, then log your calories throughout the day to try to stay within your goal. Calory works with HealthKit, too, so you can view historical data logged in Apple Health. Check out 9to5Mac on YouTube for more Apple news: The post Diet tracking app ‘Calory’ now tracks water, subtracts burned calories, more appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Diet tracking app ‘Calory’ now tracks water, subtracts burned calories, more


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