The 5 Best Mobile Apps to Keep Your Keto Diet on Track

4 minute read • by Carina Wolff 07-15-2019



The 5 Best Mobile Apps to Keep Your Keto Diet on Track

Carina Wolff
6 - 8 MIN.


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  • Carb Manager
  • MyMacros+
  • Keto
  • Senza
  • Total Keto Diet

The Best Keto Tracking Apps


A keto diet can involve a lot of planning and calculating, and what better way to stay organized than to turn to technology for some assistance? You can use our keto calculator to help you calculate your keto macros. Or you can use your phone to help with your eating habits by downloading food-centric apps to keep your diet on track. Whether you’re struggling with counting your macros, figuring out which foods are low-carb, or just coming up with new recipe ideas, chances are, there’s an app out there for you.

Rather than struggling through the challenge of trying to track your nutrients on your own or eating the same boring meals every day, you can utilize your phone to help you. Here are the five best mobile apps to keep your keto diet on track.

1. Carb Manager

This low-carb and keto diet tracker will tell you exactly how many carbs are in an item along with how many net carbs you have left for the day. You can search Carb Manager’s database of over one million foods to find out information including net carb counts, macros, and micronutrients, and you can even directly scan the barcode of a product for easy access. Additionally, the app has a database of low-carb recipes, and you can generate a meal plan and grocery list based on your preferences.

2. MyMacros+

Since doing the keto diet involves knowing your macros, it’s important to be able to calculate the nutrients in your food, even when you’re on the go. Created by a fitness professional, MyMacros+ has over five million items to choose from, and it will give you detailed insight on how your diet will impact your goals. In addition to receiving nutrient breakdowns for each day, meal, and individual food, you can add in multiple nutrition goals as well as track your body weight.

3. Keto

Whether you want to lose weight, gain muscle, or gain mass, the Keto app can help you personalize your macro goals aligned with your specific body type and activity level. In addition to measuring the food you eat, the app allows you to input your calorie burn and water consumption. You can also track your meals and snacks and organize tby macro-nutrients. Especially useful, the app also highlights foods that are high in carbs and may put you out of ketosis, which can help you stay on track.

4. Senza

Like the other keto apps out there, Senza allows you to track your macros as well as your glucose and ketones. But they also take their app one step further by offering live coaches who can give you personalized food recommendations. Senza is also essential for those who like to dine out, as they have a Keto Radar map that shows you the low-carb restaurant items near you.

5. Total Keto Diet

The Total Keto Diet app is especially great for those just getting started on keto, as it offers a Beginner’s Keto Guide to help get you familiarized with the diet. Even if you’re a seasoned keto dieter, you’ll still benefit from the app’s extensive database of recipes and meals. In addition to discovering new recipes, you can track your food, build grocery lists, and calculate your macros using their large food database.

Following the keto diet can involve a lot of planning, but rather than struggle on your own, you can use these mobile apps to help make sticking to the diet easier. Try a couple out to see which apps best fit your needs, or use multiple apps to expand your options.

See also: Keto for Beginners


  Carina Wolff

Carina Wolff is a health and wellness writer and food blogger based out of Los Angeles. She graduated from New York University with a degree in journalism and psychology. She writes for a number of websites, including Bustle, FabFitFun, Reader's Digest, and more. She also runs a healthy food blog called Kale Me Maybe, where she develops clean-eating recipes.

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