Keep track of your daily food intake
What is this thing??
Back in the mid part of '09 I decided to create a Windows Mobile application to help people like me track their exercise and calories to loose weight. I had seen several good applications on my wife's Iphone but nothing that really impressed me in the Windows Mobile space. Having a Engineering background, I decided, "I'll create my own". And, thus HealthTracker was born. Hopefully you will find it as useful as I have and please provide me any feedback for improvements and suggestions.
When I started creating the application there were some basic features that I wanted to have included and some additional features got added in over time, like the multi-language support. If you do happen to know any of the 46 languages that are on the phone, I would greatly appreciate any feedback/correction of the translations.
I have decided to make the application free as I hope it is useful to people in obtaining their weight goals. If it helps one person then that's great. But if you have found it useful and would like to donate as some people have, I won't stop you ;)
After making it free, I found out about all of these troll sites that pick up software and repackage it on their site. It's very difficult to help troubleshoot anyone's issues as I don't know all of these sites and it would take too much time to check on everyone of them if I did know of them. So if you did find the software on one of those sites, please download it from here for the latest and please post on that site not to download it from there. The only sites I have authorized for redistribution are CNET, Mobihand and Windows Mobile Marketplace. (update: I have taken it off of Windows Mobile Marketplace due to their lack of multilanguage support. For most Windows Mobile applications, it is difficult to support multiple languages due to a bug in their CAB builder that's been around since VS2005. Basically, each language gets compiled into a language file called a Resource file that get's put into a folder by language (es, en, ...) WinMo cab builder doesn't allow for the files of the same name even if they are in a different directory. I was able to work around the bug and get the support all in one cab instead of having to make one cab per language. The Windows Mobile Marketplace only lets me do one submission per language, so I would have to resubmit the same app 46 times!)
Recently I have just added online access to the food and exercise database, which is read only right now, but I will have the submission forms for it up soon. So if you wish to add in any foods to the global database, you can, and then have it synced to your phone. You can get to the database
and download the app from