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BitePlanner

Editors' Review

by   / February 27, 2009

BitePlanner lets you create weekly meal plans and offers generalized diet and nutrition information, but the demo version has limited food choices and doesn't let you save or print your menus.

The program's interface is fairly easy to operate, with a simple drop-down menu to choose the food type, and helpful images and descriptions for each item. Drag-and-drop capabilities make it easy to add items to a meal. On the downside, BitePlanner only provides general information for food items and daily menus. You can see how many portions are included in your daily menu for main categories like grains or dairy, but it doesn't show calories or other nutritional values like vitamin content.

Although the publisher claims there are no trial limitations, BitePlanner's demo was missing several features offered in the registered version, including printing and analysis tools. You can't save your menus, either. In addition, instead hundreds of foods, we found less than 70 foods. For a program designed to help you make better food choices, the decision to include fast foods as one of the three sample categories seems an odd choice. BitePlanner's limited demo version isn't very compelling for any user, especially in a download category with so many other choices.

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Editors' Review

by   / February 27, 2009

BitePlanner lets you create weekly meal plans and offers generalized diet and nutrition information, but the demo version has limited food choices and doesn't let you save or print your menus.

The program's interface is fairly easy to operate, with a simple drop-down menu to choose the food type, and helpful images and descriptions for each item. Drag-and-drop capabilities make it easy to add items to a meal. On the downside, BitePlanner only provides general information for food items and daily menus. You can see how many portions are included in your daily menu for main categories like grains or dairy, but it doesn't show calories or other nutritional values like vitamin content.

Although the publisher claims there are no trial limitations, BitePlanner's demo was missing several features offered in the registered version, including printing and analysis tools. You can't save your menus, either. In addition, instead hundreds of foods, we found less than 70 foods. For a program designed to help you make better food choices, the decision to include fast foods as one of the three sample categories seems an odd choice. BitePlanner's limited demo version isn't very compelling for any user, especially in a download category with so many other choices.

Full Specifications

General

Publisher Bitesoftware
Publisher web site http://www.bitesoftware.com/index.html
Release Date November 30, 2006
Date Added November 30, 2006
Version 1

Category

Category Home Software
Subcategory Recipe Software

Operating Systems

Operating Systems Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP/Vista
Additional Requirements Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP/2003 Server/Vista

Download Information

File Size 4.01MB
File Name BP1.0demoinstall.exe

Popularity

Total Downloads 427
Downloads Last Week 1

Pricing

License Model Free to try
Limitations Not available
Price $19.95
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