YAZIO — Diet & Food Tracker

YAZIO — Diet & Food Tracker


  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2015-01-06
  • Current Version: 5.8.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 62.53 MB
  • Developer: YAZIO GmbH
  • Compatibility: Requires Android / iOS 11.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 6,954 Ratings


With the Calorie Counter app by YAZIO, you can manage your daily food diary, track your activities and lose weight successfully. Counting calories and losing weight has never been so easy! More than 10 million people have already achieved their New Year’s resolutions with YAZIO. Be a part of it. "I've lost the first 15 lb, and with the Calorie Calculator, you definitely will get a great feeling about your nutrition. My goal is to get to 160 lb. I started at 210 lb." (Sandra via Facebook) More success stories from our users: – Alexander: "I've been using the Calorie Counter since April and have lost up to 60 lb. The app is very helpful for losing weight." – Claudia: "The new Calorie Counter app is great – just like the super fast and reliable support!" – Michael: "I stopped smoking 18 months ago and gained nearly 40 lb. Now I have to go back down – I will give it a try with the YAZIO Calorie Counter." YAZIO is the best diet and weight loss app for iPhone & iPad – Personal plan to lose weight or build muscles – Calorie table with over 2 million foods – Nutrition tracker and food diary for all meals – Tracks your calories, carbs, proteins and fats – Create meals, add favorites or input new foods – Copy diary entries to other days easily – Built–in barcode scanner for quick searching – Tracks your sports, exercises and activities – Calorie calculator to track your burned calories – Tracks your daily steps walked and be more active – Documents your weight with weight tracker – Assesses your diet and achievements – Syncs with Health App and other fitness apps – Use the Watch App to take control – Great Today widget and 3D touch feature The advantages of YAZIO PRO are undeniable – PRO is a useful extension of the free app – With PRO, you will reach your goal twice as fast – Nutritional plans for low carb, high protein, etc. – Over 100 healthy and delicious recipes – Smart and intelligent food rating – More analysis including diet and body statistics – Tracks other nutrients like sugar, fiber and salt – Recognize foods with the most carbs or fat – Shows progress over the previous 2.5 years – Tracks body fat, blood pressure and blood sugar – Measure your breast, waist and hip circumference – Plan your diet and sports for the next days – No more advertisements – who doesn’t love that? – Supports our continuous improvement of YAZIO You can buy PRO via in–app purchases within the app. YAZIO PRO is significantly cheaper than comparable Calorie Counter apps for diet and weight loss. If you go PRO, the payment will be charged through your iTunes account during purchase confirmation. The subscription will be auto–renewed shortly before the subscription period ends, maintaining the same price and subscription type you previously purchased, unless you unsubscribe no later than 24 hours before the subscription ends. Subscriptions can be managed through your iTunes account after purchase. It is not possible to refund a subscription or cancel a subscription during the current period. – Help Base: https://help.yazio.com – Terms of Service, Privacy Policy: https://help.yazio.com/hc/en-us/articles/203444951 Do you want to help make the YAZIO Calorie Counter an even better nutritional & diet app? We always welcome your suggestions and feedback.




  • Water sync

    By tomicic.ivan
    It would be nice if we could sync water intake from Health app as well as we can sync weight :)
  • Don’t waste your time

    By Itsmeleelee
    I’ve been no stranger to calorie counting or meal prep, and have used a variety of apps. This one is by far the worst. The free version is basically useless, and I tried upgrading to the paid version thinking it would be better. Wrong! So the paid version provides meal plans. This means it gives you recipes. I got two a day. A sample menu as laid out in this app for me in a full day includes no breakfast, whole wheat rolls for lunch (~200 calories) and a quinoa and fruit bowl for dinner (~300 calories). And it constantly sends me reminders to drink water if I’m hungry. Seriously? At 500 calories a day with basically no protein, no vegetables, and no fat of course I’d be starving. The point of this is to stay healthy, not starve myself. The food list only allows you to input most foods in ounces. A pat of butter? Better figure it out in ounces! Half an Apple? Nope, ounces. A teaspoon of anything? You won’t be able to find it. There’s an option to scan a barcode but I haven’t scanned a single item in my entire kitchen that came up correctly. My fitness pal is free and has way better functionality. I’m also a picky eater. I tried to swap the recipes but it would only cycle through the same 5 meals. For the week. None of them looked appealing and in most cases were not appropriate for meals. Who eats just rye bread for dinner? I’ve already cancelled the subscription and have been trying to get my money back for days, but the customer service department seems even more pointless than the app. Don’t waste your time. Stick with literally any other app out there. I’ll be going back to MFP.
  • Good app

    By jayweezesk
    It would be better if you could link Fitbit data without going pro, but all I all it’s a good tracker.
  • Very disappointed

    By smcosmet
    I am a diabetic and also doing Keto and this app has no way of changing the high carb option. What they set is what’s set but you can’t see this before you pay.
  • I regret paying for the premium plan!

    By Lisa5127
    I have been using MyFitnessPal for a long time. I have also been stuck at the same weight for a long time. I thought the change of program might help me get going again. The food logging with this app is TERRIBLE! Everything is in ounces, even when I create my own recipe. So, I have no idea how much to put in. I created a recipe for a healthy homemade pizza I found online. When I went to enter it, even though I tried to say it had 6 slices, I had to enter it in ounces. The only way I can get the food right is to log it all In MyFitnessPal and then transfer the number into this app calling it a “custom entry”. I may just kiss my money goodbye and go back to MFP. I was really looking forward to the change, especially since I could use my Apple Watch with this app, but it takes my twice as long to enter my food.
  • Can't change to calories!

    By JaybeeohJaybee
    Disappointed. I can not change Kcal to Cal for my Apple Watch face.
  • Accountability and Support

    By motivated and losing
    This app helps me stay accountable for what I eat. It is super easy with great tools to help me stay motivated. The FB YAZIO community is amazing and supportive. I love this app!
  • Nice

    By Miii--chaa
    Muy buena aplicación para poder llevar un control de lo q comes y saber la cantidad de calorías q debes de comer
  • Thanks for responding to the review 😁

    By Junko Jones
    UPDATE: thanks for responding to the review! I updated from 1 star to more accurately rate the app plus another star in appreciation for your response. I’ll be sure to check out the app again in a few months. I wish you well 😁 OLD REVIEW: Just let me try the app without all the questions and making an account I just downloaded a bunch of tracking apps because I’m trying to find something that will easily let me visually see photos of what I ate. Bonus that this one seemed to do that, in addition seems to track calories, so it could also replace MFP for me. I just wanted to try the app, but first, I had to answer a bunch of personal questions 😑 Then, I make it through all the questions, THEN I find out I have to start an account and give you my email address. Mind you, I still haven’t even been able to try the app to see if I want to use it. I was about to delete it, and came back here to leave a one star rating for making me go through all the questions and then springing the account thing on me, when I saw the app looked really good, so I decided to try it. I entered my spam email address, and finally, I was in. I got through the pop ups, and started to enter my breakfast. First food: eggs. Searched that, and it has a photo of...a chicken leg 🤦‍♀️ Ok, well, whatever, I mainly came for a photo diary, which it looks like you can do based on the photos. However, I couldn’t figure out how to do it. Admittedly, I didn’t try that hard, but it wasn’t intuitive. The pros of this app is it has a much more attractive UI than MFP, but less in the database. If there is actually a way to add photos, that would be a pro. It would be better suited to those who don’t know how to lose weight/what to eat, because the app seems to tell you that. I know what to eat, I just need a way to track foods and see photos in a visually pleasing way. This app isn’t for me, but not every thing is for everyone, and that’s ok. The app itself might be about 3-4 stars, but this is a protest review against not just letting me try the app without tricking me into going through all those questions before making an account. If I had just been able to try the app, I would not have left a review unless it was going to be 5 stars. Please be considerate of people’s time while they are trying to search for an app and let them quickly try it. Thanks for considering it and taking the time to read this. It does look like this app looks promising (for what it’s intended to do). I wish you well :)
  • Needs work

    By Austswim69
    The food portion selections need to be more user friendly and based on how someone consumes them. I do not measure by the ounce but do use tablespoon or teaspoon. Fix that and it will be much better. Also, for the price it should have much larger and robust food database. People have to find comparable food items to substitute. If this were free I’d give this feature more slack for not being available, but at this price point it should be there. The UI is way busy. It takes me a bit to understand what I’m seeing. I do end up getting to the information I need but I would think others would like a much cleaner look and feel.