It is not enough to be a foodie clicking pictures of what you eat. It’s necessary to be conscious of what you eat. How about clubbing these two together? Share photos of what you eat (with calorie info) and socialize through food and healthy eating?
That sums up what Kudolife’s new iPhone app is all about. It is a smart, intelligent way to share what you eat (with photos, of course), and get “kudos” from your friends for what you share. In a strange way, it’s a beautiful app to help you motivate towards healthy eating and dieting.
There are a lot of “Foodstagram” apps out there and the number of food-tagged photos in Instagram is already too high. The same goes for health/fitness apps too. In fact, we’ve got a list of the best food apps for health-conscious eating.
Kudolife.com combines these two creatively for the benefit of people who want to eat healthy. Kudolife’s Diet/Calorie Tracker & Foodie Photo Sharing app designed for the iPhone lets you share photos of what you are eating, tagged with all the nutritional data. All you do is click a picture of your food, find the name (out of a whopping 2.1 million food recipes in their database) and share it.
Your friends can rate your food/meal (bad, good, kudos!). That’s a motivation that a lot of us crave for. Kudos get added to your Kudo meter which tells you how you have been doing in terms of the food you eat. Kudo points are added too (which, I hear, will be – in future – redeemable within the app).
But that’s not where it stops. Kudolife’s app brings a simple, elegant and powerful tracker with these features:
- Daily, weekly and cumulative caloric and macronutrient summary
- Kudo Meter ratings tracking
- Monitoring your meal choices over a given period of time
If Kudolife turns out to be a successful and populated social platform, it would be an interesting way to build healthy food habits through collective power. Also, Kudolife is a great way to find new friends just as Facebook or Twitter.
Take a look at Kudolife App Video