Vienna, VA (PRWEB) May 05, 2015
Diet and fitness service FitClick has just released its Talk-to-Track mobile app, which uses innovative voice-transcription auto-tracking technology to track a user’s calorie intake. The FitClick Talk-to-Track app allows users to count calories by audibly recording foods using their smartphone’s keyboard mic.
As the only diet app with the company’s patent-pending natural language analysis technology, Talk-to-Track is able to interpret spoken or typed diet entries to identify food items and calculate calories. Talk-to-Track can track a user’s calorie consumption over the course of days, weeks, and months.
The innovative FitClick Talk-to-Track app stands out among all other calorie-counter apps for its dynamic technology and unparalleled ease of use. As James Mrowka, President and Co-Founder of FitClick, states, “By allowing users simply to state the food they’ve eaten, our app is much easier to use. Other apps require users to enter each food item individually, search long lists of food options and enter food quantities. With our app’s voice-to-auto-tracking technology, users can track meal items and quantities all at once, without ever needing to use their mobile keyboards. Talk-to-Track has reduced diet tracking from a tedious multi-minute process into something that is done in mere seconds.”
The Talk-to-Track app also leverages learning technology, allowing the app to recognize common foods and quantities a user eats for highly accurate tracking.
The FitClick Talk-to-Track app can be downloaded for free on Android and iOS phones, and maintains no additional features that require purchase. In addition to tracking calories, the FitClick Talk-to-Track app also breaks down food by carbohydrate, protein, fiber, and fat content for a comprehensive look at nutrition. Users can also customize the app’s daily calorie goal to meet specific weight loss objectives.
FitClick, a business unit of Genesant Technologies, is a free social fitness community with online resources for diet, fitness, and weight loss. Founded in 2009, FitClick features a host of content and tools related to health and fitness in addition to its new Talk-to-Track app, including free diet plans, calorie counters and food journals, BMI and body fat calculators, healthy recipes, exercise demonstration videos, workout trackers, and more. For more information, visit http://www.fitclick.com.