If you wear a Jawbone UP fitness wristband, you probably use it for step counting and sleep tracking, but not food logging. That’s because the process of logging meals is tedious and inconvenient — something Jawbone is aiming to fix with a new app update.
UP 3.2 takes some of the tedium out of keeping track of your meal. Before today, UP users had to manually enter every meal item, searching Jawbone’s database for the type of food, then entering portion size. For. Every. Damn. Thing.
With the update (available now), users will have an easier time counting calories. For starters, the app suggests both your recent entries as well as common meal pairings; enter a fried egg, and you’ll see suggestions to add toast, coffee and bacon. Read More