The new Talk-to-Track Diet app from FitClick takes an alternative approach to logging what you eat. Rather than typing meals into a dieting journal app, this platform uses voice-transcription auto-tracking technology to figure out how many calories were consumed.
The app has its users speak what it is that they've been eating, making it far easier to list off items in succession vocally, versus manually plugging in the data. When specifying quantities, a user might say something like "one cup of cottage cheese" or "eight carrot sticks."
Although the tracking tools the app supplies are helpful enough on their own, the task of speaking into the microphone also makes dieters more accountable for sticking to eating foods that will put them on a path towards good health.