Perfect Diet Tracker for Mac facilitates safe and consistent weight reduction. It features a growing database of food items, a food diary, and the ability to create a personal diet plan.
Intuitive interface: Filling out all of Perfect Diet Tracker's fields (food diary, diet plan, and food database) and configuring things can be a little tedious, but it's certainly not difficult. The straightforward main screen presents the food diary and provides quick buttons for viewing and updating results, adjusting diet plan targets, and editing settings.
Informative food database: The food database offers a host of useful information that can help guide you in making healthful choices. It includes information about generic and brand-name food products, which is helpful in improving the accuracy of your nutrition-level estimates.
Designed for multiple users: Perfect Diet Tracker can serve several users without the need to pay for additional licenses. However, this does not mean that you can install it on a new Mac without an additional license. "Multiple users" here refers to several users using the same application on a Mac.
Old-looking interface: The interface feels dated, with its prominent use of grays, scroll-bar shading, and a design that can be associated with software from the early 2000s.
Unable to copy or import preset diet plans; no synchronization: You cannot copy the diets others are using, or share or import your own diet plans. And since data is stored locally, you can't access it through another Perfect Diet Tracker installed on another Mac.
While Perfect Diet Tracker's interface leaves something to be desired, its functions and features are decent enough. However, you may find it less appealing when we tell you the price: $49.95. There are cheaper, better-looking diet-tracking applications available.
Editors' note: This is a review of the trial version of Perfect Diet Tracker for Mac 3.7.4.