May 29, 2008 in Software (E)
[prMac.com] Remchingen, Germany - NSObjects is proud to announce the immediate availability of Calories 1.0, their nutrition tracking and analysis utility for Mac OS X Leopard. Targeted at casual users who wish to keep a journal of their daily nutrition activities, Calories is a perfect compliment to body building, fitness and other sports.
With a focus on ease-of-use, users may select foods from the applications database and add them to breakfast, lunch, dinner or snacking categories. Depending on his/her selection, Calories then automatically calculates and displays the total consumption of calories, carbs, fat and proteins for the whole day, or for one of the categories.
In addition to calories, carbs, fat and protein, the application calculates and displays more than 40 nutrients; minerals and ingredients like Alcohol, Zink, Vitamins, etc. Calories also offers simple reporting functionality. The user may switch to reporting mode with the option to display reports for the day, week, month or year.
Calories is based on the USDA (US Department of Agriculture) Food and Nutrient Database for Dietary Studies 3.0, which offers more than 6900 different foods with more than 60 different nutrients (Calories incorporates 44 of them) for each food.
* Mac OS X Version 10.5 Leopard or later
* Universal Binary for PowerPC and Intel
* 6.3 MB Hard Drive space
Pricing and Availability:
Calories 1.0 is priced at only $19.00 USD. A full-featured demo is available for download from the NSObjects website.
Located in beautiful Remchingen, Germany, NSObjects is a privately held company founded in 2008 by Konstantin Bender with the aim of developing best-of-breed software for the Macintosh. As a computer science major at the University of Karlsruhe, Konstantin has invested heavily in Apple Application Development Technology and Frameworks, with his first release, Calories. Copyright 2008 NSObjects. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.