Foodjo Meal Plan Assistant - Meal plan and recipe recommendations from a friendl...
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Meal plan and recipe recommendations from a friendly bot
Looks good! All meal planners I've come across use a subscription model but this one does not, right? It's an upfront payment.
Will there be an Android version sometime soon?
I downloaded this application from the Play Store today and I'm very disappointed. I could get a refund but I won't because it's a very small price to pay and I imagine that the developer is working hard on it.
I will install it though. If it gets better in the future, I will download it again.
THE GOOD: - The design is clean and modern.
THE BAD: - There's only a small amount of recipes.
- No way to filter out recipes. For example, I don't want to eat tofu and a vegan does not want to eat eggs. If we subtract the recipes that we would actually never make, then the number of recipes available is actually even smaller.
- You cannot easily create a meal plan for the entire the week or at least for the entire day. It only lets you add one meal at a time and because you have to do it through a chat interface, it's very time-consuming.
- You don't mention how many servings each recipe makes. You claim that a recipe only has 200 calories but if we use the ingredients you say we should, the result will be 1000 calories because it's actually meant for 5 people but you don't mention that anywhere.
- Things like 5g of salt shouldn't be included in the shopping list.
- It doesn't tell you how many calories in total are planned in a certain day.
CONCLUSION: The app feels more like a demo or school project than an actual app that's meant to be used by people. I still think it has potential and hope to see big improvements soon.
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