We have noticed that a number of iOS users have not updated to the latest beta build. We wanted to make sure that everyone knew that you have to manually update to a new beta build when it is released, as it does not happen automatically.
This means that you have to open testflight to download the latest beta. This will prevent confusion around bugs that have been fixed in the most recent builds. If you all could make sure that you are up to date with the latest build, I would really appreciate it
And yes, I wish it just updated automatically like android does!
Just got going on Cronometer a couple days ago. I've been using MyFitnessPal but was not getting the full nutritional info I wanted. Boy now I am... LOL! What a great resource and way to really take control of the nutritional needs for your body. Thank you to the creators of this app!!
****Started this program about 2 years ago at 228 lbs. Fell away from CM for about 8 months and lost all my data, but after continuing, I am now down to 179 as of this morning. Better yet, I'm off both blood pressure meds and statins (which were making me feel miserable). Working on the glucose levels now (trying to limit carbs to 100 max daily) Life is good.
Feature request: I would like to be able to replace all entries in my record of a food A by a food B.
This feature would be of such outstanding utility for me that I am ready to pay for getting it implemented soon. Please let me know when it could be ready and how much you charge.
Why is this useful? It would be a versatile utility to serve a variety of purposes:
- Crono often has dozens of foods that are essentially the same but come from different databases, brands, etc. Turns out that some have a much more detailed nutritional breakdown. I may have logged on the less detailed one.
- More importantly, this feature would enable me to replace a standard Crono food by my own self-defined food. Many nutrients are lacking in Crono.
- The outstanding utility would be the backwards change for all past entries. I have years of data in Crono. Such a change would enable me to relate long-term health changes to nutrient intake.
- This feature would make up for another missing feature: Currently, one cannot display when one has eaten how much of a certain food. Using this replace feature it would be easy: just replace the food by a self-defined food and set some irrealistic nutrient (e.g. 1kg of alcohol) and then display the alcohol intake chart. Done.
My personal goal is: Years ago, I switched to a ketogenic diet. While this saved my life, I developed some major health issues during the last years. I worked hard to find out all the science, but now the capabilities of Crono are lacking to match the food and the health data.
Hi, I am a 65 yr. old refugee from the discontinued site, "CalorieCount," where I had lost 125 lbs. But, since knee replacement surgery, rehab, and the shutting down of that site, I have unfortunately regained 50 lbs., which really disgusts me. I had made such great progress before, felt very healthy and fit, but now, some of the old problems have returned. I am now stopping the madness, so that I get back the good habits and discipline I had before. I am aiming to drop these 50 lbs. by summer. I wish us all luck!