From Educational Grocery Apps to Gardening Guide Apps

By: Meghan Young - Feb 24, 2015
This collection of healthy food apps shows how big a part mobile technology is playing when it comes to diet awareness and exploring different dishes. Although these apps can be used by anyone, there is an interactive quality to many of them that will specifically find an audience with children. While some of the healthy food apps focus on education as a way to bridge the gap between cravings and nutritional benefits, others highlight a playful approach.

For instance, one of the healthy food apps is LeftoverSwap, which allows people to trade their leftovers for someone else's. In a way, this gamifies the experience, which younger demographics will appreciate. The Pizza App by Domino's also turns hunger into a game by translating belly sounds into a meal suggestion.