Smart Chef Story
The Smart Chef story began in March 2013 when we first commercialized the Bluetooth enabled food scale (NutriScale) & a mobile app (NutriPlus) for restaurants to produce government compliant nutritional labels of their dishes. Check out the solution has evolved since January 2017 with you feedback via our public beta program. The official launch date of Smart Chef Smart Food Scale app for both Android and iOS will be on December 28th, 2018. In the meantime, be sure to keep updating your Smart Chef app so we can turn your ideas into smart tools for you.
New Feature: Diet Tracking to 3rd party online account
Via Smart Chef Scale app, you can now perform food tracking to Fitbit, MyFitnessPal and Weight Watchers. More compatible services will be added soon for FatSecret and others.
To use this function, you may need to be a paying member or premium member of respective 3rd party website. As an example, you will need to be a Weightwatchers online member paying monthly subscription fee in order to login and track your diet to your Weightwatchers account. And for myfitnesspal, you can only track calorie of each food item if you are not a premium (paying) member.
Weight Watchers login is now enabled press HERE to learn more.
Fitbit login is now enabled press HERE to learn more.
MyFitnessPal login is now enabled press HERE to learn more.
New Feature: Tracking food via image recognition
After the positive feedbacks that we have received from you on Siri integration in Smart Chef, we now working hard to train Smart Chef to recognize food by images captured by the camera in your Smart Phone/Tablet via machine learning. Soon we will offer you one more food searching option using the point-n-track method. The first version should be available by January 2018. Please register our newsletter HERE or follow us on Smart Chef Facebook to stay updated.
Smart Chef in Action
Food Logging to popular diet programs – Fitbit