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Brief Published: 4 Nov 2011

The Eatery


Mobile health start-up Massive Health has created an iPhone app that helps you track your diet against your own healthy eating targets. Founded by Aza Raskin – former creative lead of web browser Firefox – The Eatery app encourages users to document what they eat, and get crowd feedback on how they are doing.

Users simply take a picture what they’re eating and rate it before posting it online using the app to track what they’re eating and when, giving valuable insights into what time of day their eating habits are worst. Other Eatery users can also vote on how healthy your meals are, giving a second opinion on the user’s progress, and friends can leave motivational messages to help change bad habits.

Read more about how mobile apps are tracking, comparing and quantifying wellbeing in the report Self-Health Apps.

The Eatery