DietSensor App at CES 2017
DietSensor® announced that its breakthrough DietSensor App is now commercially available for Android™ devices in Google Play™. The innovative technology behind the new DietSensor App prescribes doctors and patients with a powerful new tool to better manage chronic diseases like diabetes and obesity. Today more than 415 million people suffer from diabetes and more than 1.4 billion people are plagued by obesity.
Today at CES®, DietSensor also announced that it will become the first nutritional App that scans the cells of your food to be featured in the first ever sensing-enabled smart phone, the Changhong H2, embedding the innovative SCiO sensor from Consumer Physics.
“Last month we announced DietSensor for iOS devices and today at CES we are pleased to complete the roll out by launching and demonstrating the DietSensor App for Android here on the show floor,” stated Remy Bonnasse, CEO and co-founder. “We are also very proud to be the first nutritional App that scans the cells of your food to be featured in the first sensing enabled smart phone, the Changhong H2, embedding the SCiO sensor from Consumer Physics.”
The DietSensor App makes food counting possible by scanning the cells of your food. It counts carbohydrates, proteins and lipids, tracks nutrition and monitors overall fitness all while accessing on-the-fly personalized nutrition and fitness coaching in a few simple clicks. Today, DietSensor connects to all your favorite fitness Apps and devices. It is the most complete and advanced food logging tool available. Its proprietary database features 600,000 food items in 19 countries in 12 Languages and continues to grow at a rapid pace.
“Simplifying access to nutritional data is critical,” stated Remy Bonnasse. “To this end, we believe that DietSensor is a powerful new tool to help in the management of chronic health conditions like diabetes, which is growing at fast rate, especially in the United States. Today, we are making the DietSensor App available to users of Android devices. In the coming weeks, we will continue to enrich this Android version with all the features already available in the Apple App.”
Source: Dietsensor.com, BusinessWire