Photo-centric food journaling app is a good idea, but didn't excite us
The suggestion to keep a food journal is often given to people who, for whatever reason, want to be mindful about what they put into their body through their piehole. Taking a picture of something just before you eat it is also popular, which can also be helpful. As Tim Ferriss said in The 4-Hour Body, "Who wants to take a picture of a one pound bag of M&Ms?" Foodgram, by Sugoi Software, is a food journal that allows the user to see at a glance what they've been eating, because each entry is accompanied by a picture. This is a great idea, but unfortunately the app left us wanting more.