How reliable are phone apps?
This won't be a problem for a while now, but I don't want to save it for the last minute. There's going to be a time when, at 21, I'm going to need a job. And that job is going to test everything I've tried so hard to stick to these past few months.
I often feel like I spend too much time online. I often feel like people are looking at me weird when I say, "can I use the computer really fast?" after a snack or meal. In the beginning I was tracking things with pen and paper but that got really hard and unrealistic for me so I switched to livestrong. I still carry the pen and notebook if I'm going somewhere without a computer, but I don't really like to do it anymore. Love Livestrong, but again, I can't be running to the computer every few hours. In some cases, there ISN'T a computer to even run TO.
So once I get a new job I want a new phone, and I either want an app, or access to the net, so I can keep track of my calories on the go. This will help me SO much, I'm almost positive.
For those of you who track on your phones, do you like it? Is it as accurate as you'd like? Is there one program you like better than another (app), or do you prefer to just access the Internet and put everything in yourself? Has it made things easier for you, and is it easy/or somewhat difficult to get used to?
Last edited by yhahmd; 11-09-2010 at 11:39 AM.