YAZIO Fasting & Food Tracker MODDED 2022

No-Diet Weight Loss: Lose Weight with Calorie Counting & Intermittent Fasting
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Welcome to YAZIO, the most successful calorie counter and intermittent fasting app for losing weight without dieting!

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 4.6 stars and more than 300,000 reviews
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ More than 50 million happy users
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Android Excellence Award from Google Play

Lose weight healthily with the free calorie counter and food diary from YAZIO.

You can also use the free fasting tracker to lose weight with intermittent fasting methods like 16:8 or 5:2. Intermittent fasting has become an integral part of nutritional medicine and can help you burn fat and built muscle. You’re guaranteed to reach your goal in just a few weeks with the free YAZIO app for calorie counting, intermittent fasting and weight loss. Say goodbye to dieting or feeling hungry with the YAZIO Calorie Counter and Intermittent Fasting App!

🎉 Simple calorie counter & food tracker
🎉 Fasting tracker with more than 20 fasting plans
🎉 Huge database with 95% of all US-foods
🎉 Delicious recipes and meal plans
🎉 Automatic activity tracking
🎉 Get started for free without registering
🎉 Water tracker with notifications
🎉 Weight loss methods for men and women
🎉 YAZIO is constantly improving and adding new features
🎉 Suitable for muscle building and weight gain
🎉 No yo-yo effect, no dieting

The YAZIO Calorie Counter and Intermittent Fasting App consists of 4 sections:

🕵️ 1. Calorie Counter

• Free and easy-to-use calorie tracker
• Food diary with calorie goals
• Track nutritional values and macronutrients
• More than 4 million foods
• Built-in barcode scanner
• Food ratings for every product
• Smart, simple calorie counting
• Create meals and recipes
• Track steps, activities and symptoms
• Water tracker with reminders
• Comprehensive calorie analysis
• Calorie counting tips and tricks

🧑‍⚕️ 2. Intermittent Fasting

• Free intermittent fasting timer
• Fasting and eating reminders
• Get started with a fasting quiz
• Detailed intermittent fasting plans
• Precise information on body state while fasting
• Initiate autophagy and ketosis
• Hour-based fasting methods: 16:8, 14:10, 12:12
• Day-based fasting methods: 5:2, 6:1, 1:1
• Special fasting methods: OMAD (One meal a day)
• Extensive fasting analysis

🧑‍🍳 3. Recipes

• More than 1,500 delicious recipes
• New weight loss recipes every week
• Low-carb, vegetarian und vegan recipes
• Pizza, casseroles, salads, soups and much more!
• Grocery list feature
• Cooking mode to easily follow recipe instructions

🧑‍🏫 4. Meal Plans

• More than 30 different meal plans
• Nutrition plans for weight loss, muscle building and fasting
• Daily tasks, meal planner, tips and tricks
• Delicious recipes recommended daily
• Create your own meal plan with our meal planner

🥇 See twice as many results with PRO

Join our YAZIO PRO community and reach your goal even faster!

• Tons of extended features
• Reach your goal twice as fast
• See more results with fasting
• Specialized meal plans
• Connect with Fitbit, Garmin, Polar and S-Health
• Take notes and track your mood and symptoms
• Nutrient analysis
• Vitamin and mineral analysis
• Simple food ratings
• Evaluate your progress over several years
• Document and track body measurements
• No more ads
• Support our team

You can purchase PRO via in-app purchases in the YAZIO Calorie Counter and Intermittent Fasting App. YAZIO PRO is much more affordable than premium versions of comparable calorie counter, intermittent fasting and food diary apps for losing weight without dieting.

• App help: http://help.yazio.com
• About our team: https://www.yazio.com/en/about-us

Want to help make the YAZIO Calorie Tracker an even better intermittent fasting and food diary app to lose weight? We would love to hear your feedback and suggestions!


We're so happy to see you're using YAZIO to reach your goals! To help make things even easier for you, we've made further improvements to the app. Good luck!


40 comentarios en "YAZIO Fasting & Food Tracker MODDED 2022"

  1. Ben dice:

    Beautiful app, one of the most complete fasting apps and certainly my favorite. However after paying for a year of PRO through 2020-2021 taking a few months off and coming back I’m annoyed/shocked that the price for PRO has more than doubled without adding anything new to justify it. On top of that the free features you used to get, are almost all behind the pay wall now. It’s a great app, but on to the next one. The SOLE reason I’m not resubscribing is because of this greedy money grab.

  2. It doesn’t allow for editing start and stop fasting times beyond a limited number of hours. Which is a BIG deal for me since I often forget to hit the button. Very disappointed after having paid a good chunk of money for this app. Was looking for something that tracked food and fasting.

  3. Good for tracking calories, micros, weights and measurements. It works if you use it properly. The only reason it’s not 5 stars is because if you don’t log for a day or so, the notifications get rather passive aggressive about the ability to turn them off. That is a huge turn off for me. If I want to turn the notifications off, I will. Edit: the developer’s response to my review informed me that I could turn the notifications off. I already knew this; hence why I mentioned it in the last line of my original review. Them telling me *how* to turn off the notifications wasn’t necessary. I’m a 30 something. I’ve grown up with computers, etc.

  4. This is definitely one of the most attractive nutrition tracking apps. I really love the fasting countdown. The only thing that keeps me from using it more often is that about 50% of all foods I scan don’t have the correct nutrition information. I end up having to either input everything myself, or just change the serving size to get the calories close to the right amount.

  5. Dan Yan dice:

    I used to like this app, last time I used it was a few years ago. This time around the UI changes are terrible. I’m stuck in dark mode without an option to change it. The color for the UI is pure black / grey. Who uses pure black as background color? Adding food to a meal doesn’t show what’s been added so far to the meal. Button transitions takes more than 1.5 seconds. Each tab takes more than a few seconds to load.

  6. I kinda wish I hadn’t been sucked into buying the “new and shiny” subscription. The app is really slow to search foods, the pictures don’t match the items and everything is measured in ounces. It’s a real pain when you’re trying to adjust for portion size. My morning shake is a great example. I use 1 teaspoon of peanut butter, but the app offers 1 spread, 1 cup or 1 oz! I waste time trying to convert a teaspoon into ounces which makes the food diary process frustrating and I won’t keep it up.

  7. The Update ruined it. Previously, the app was a breeze to use, priced well, and very useful. Now the UI is uglier and everything takes more time to input. For example, you can no longer see the brand of foods you search for unless you click into each item that shows up. Finding a particular food item in the database now requires numerous more clicks and a lot more time. It’s genuinely a pain to use now and I can’t recommend it.

  8. C E dice:

    Out of all of the similar apps out there, this is my favorite. I always have trouble with other apps and it’s barcode scanning and, adding meals. This is the only app that I can actually add foods into a meal instead of logging each and every food separately. It also easily gives me suggestions and let’s me search for foods. I also enjoy the mini challenges, such as going without chocolate for 21 days. It really keeps me motivated. It has a lot of features that other apps just don’t have.

  9. Exhausting app! I really want to love it but it needs a lot of tweaking for it to compare with other apps. Most all of the nutritional data is incorrect and you have to manually input the correct data. I paid for the pro version because it was in sale and I always try to help new developers. I was determined to give it a month of trying to use it before I made a review and verdict. I will go back to my old trusty app.I will check back in a couple months to see if they update the crazy.

  10. Middle-aged woman, I love it. Number one, I appreciate that this app does not force you to sign up although you do have the option. Emails and all that aren’t demanded, although I suggest for the Ultimate Experience. I did the free version for a while and loved it and ultimately signed up for the whole enchilada. I find it helpful and I’m finding success. At my age I don’t look for a quick fix I expect any unrealistic results. This app is giving me what I need slow-and-steady results I recommend

  11. This app is, as an app, definitely better than “that other one.” But it’s limited: you can only sync from *one* brand of device; add another and it switches. (Google Fit is useless as a hub as many devices don’t sync fully or at all.) Polar support is broken enough that I went back to manual entry. Nor is it particularly innovative about food handling, and there’s no website access: device or nothing. Still, much better than MFP.

  12. Sarah dice:

    When you search food it doesn’t have as many options as I would like, such as restaurants. It might have one calorie count for something and the one below it is completely different. It’s hard to know what’s right or wrong. You can add them in but I don’t want to do that every time so I feel like I am guessing. I wish it would have things set as peice or amount. It reminds you frequently to log info and encourages you which I like, and has a lot of meal options. The meal calorie count is nice.

  13. The program is fairly easy and intuitive, but the section boxes bounce around each time you open the program, the barcode scanner usually can’t find a particular product(but often will if spelled out manually) and about 90% of the nutritional data and/or portion info that come up are just plain wrong according to what’s on your food package. It’s a work in progress. Added: also looked like it supported paleo/keto during the demo but I havn’t been able to arrange it that way; so, it may or may not

  14. Very good app, easy to use. A huge positive aspect is the lack of an avalanche of ads, like most apps do. One thing that could be improved, perhaps, is the accuracy of calories for the same types of foods, and measures (some use cups or ounces, when tablespoon would more appropriate, like for oats and cottage cheese). Overall, it’s a nice app that can help with keeping the focus on the amount of food and water intaken, and activities done.

  15. I’ve only used Yazio for one day and I already love it. Pros:no intrusive ads, its not only a calorie counter but a supportive coach, the water tracker motivates you throughout the day with messages that you’ll want to reach your goal. It seamlessly syncs with Google fit so that calories burned transfer over to your meal plan. Cons: Food database needs work. Many food choices once scanned were not correct. But you are able to add the correct food item to the database.

  16. Good app. Overall the interface is well designed, easy to navigate and easy on the eyes. Great that it can sync with other fitness trackers. A few complaints. They way the app deals with servings/units is confusing resulting in many erroneous food entries in their database. I am having to reference nutritional info on my food packaging to make sure the macro nutrients per serving are correct which takes a lot of time. It would be nice to be able to copy entries from previous days’ food diary.

  17. I like the app but I wish it was easier to put in the exercises. For example I used the treadmill at a high incline and theres no option in the app for using a treamill or really any other gym equipment. I know you cann sort of put in your own workout calculations but even doing that is a little annoying. I do really like being able to put in everything i eat with the calories being pretty accurate!

  18. I wish I had used the free version for awhile before I paid for a year of an app that I will be unistalling. 19.99 down the drain. I have tried to enter several food items and 90% of the time it gives back several options of varying calorie ranges. How do I know which one is right? I wanted a Calorie Counter app because I dont know and it seems neither do they. I find myself going to the restaurant’s website to get the right calorie count and then coming back here to adjust the oz to get near.

  19. i love the meal planning and recipes available in the paid version! on sale for $20 for a year it was a no brainier! Only giving 3 starts because the basic functionality of the app isn’t great. hardly any of the barcodes i scanned were in the database and when i tried to enter them manually, it wouldn’t allow me to change the units of measurement making it impossible to accurately enter the food. Also, unable to customize my dietary goals such as calories, fat, carbs etc. please fix for 5 Stars!

  20. I’ve been using Yazio for most of a year, and had great success keeping up the practice. This would be a five star app, but the interface changes made in December 2019 have impacted usability very badly for me. I would like an option to return to the previous UI. Please fix, so that I can give the high marks you deserve.

  21. Just a cheap Lose It! knockoff. Except this one only lets you count calories for free with a smaller, limited food library. Everything is pushing you to pay for a membership, but if you’re going to do that, just buy a Lose It! membership because it is a lot better quality. I have been using them for years, just tried this for a promotion. This just feels gimicky and the UI is really outdated and cheap. Don’t bother with this. It can’t do as much as Lose It! And doesn’t look as nice either.

  22. Truly disappointed with the newest update, makes everything complicated, food searches take forever to load, and the days are all wacky, some days won’t come up, some are repeated. When looking at your diary you have to go into the meals to view whats in them whereas before they were simply displayed on the page. It was a terrible idea to change the app when it was just fine the way it was, and even more upset that I paid for a year of PRO to now have to deal with this poorly executed update.😒

  23. Worthless. Do not get this app! All this is, is a fancy calorie counter and goal timer with some recipes. You have to pay to use any potentially useful features. I paid not knowing everything that was offered. Once I opened the paid version I was extremely disappointed in what was actually offered. My Fitness Pal offers almost all of the same stuff in their free version so WHY would anyone pay 20 bucks for 1 or 2 extra (pointless) features?! Also, they will NOT give you a refund once you pay.

  24. Alexia N dice:

    I really dislike how all food is measured in grams. It makes adding custom food quite difficult, and in the end, I really regret spending money on this app. I really wanted to try out something new, but I am going to go back to using LoseIt! or Samsung Health. The recipes and challenges are nice, and the fasting element is unique to this app. However, if you are using this as a calorie counting app, it just doesn’t work.

  25. Just downloaded the app today and after selecting any of the three options on the first screen I’m taken to a white screen that’s apparently prompting me for an input, but there’s nothing but just white screen for me to read, so I can’t progress. The only options that takes me to a screen I can actually read is the one for logging into an existing account, but I have no way of making an account short of using somebody else’s phone to do it. Not a very good first impression, tbh.

  26. When multiple recipes are added to the shopping list make all the ingredients multiply as needed & condense into one list. Like, for a week of meals it shouldn’t be seperate lists for each recipe, it should be just one shopping list. Maybe that’s really hard to do? Also, some recipes say they take 10 minutes but then the instructions say things like “roast for 30 minutes”. Why you do this?!?!? Calories are super inaccurate.

  27. Terrible app for counting calories unless you enjoy manually inputting every single thing you eat. Also, unlike MyFitnessPal, the barcode scanner rarely seems to find anything, and when it does it was inputted incorrectly by one of its users so its worthless anyway. The search function for previous meals is also terrible compared to FMP. Absolutely don’t upgrade to pro, biggest waste of money this year so far with no chance of a refund.

  28. I downloaded and paid for 1 year membership cause I thought it would give me keto recipes, more keto options and also more fasting time choices that would work for me since I do the 18/6 but it has none of the above. I’m very disappointed. I couldn’t enter my macros either so it doesn’t work for me at all. Thanks but no thanks. Also It would be great if u could offer a free basic option to see if people will like it first before they have to buy it. It gives you no choice but to buy it!!!

  29. It is easy to record foods because so many people use this. But there are a lot of bad entries. I’ve put a few in, myself, good and bad, so one must be careful when sorting out which food applies or is accurate. I wish I could remove my bad-oops entries. I think these happen because we (I) don’t understand what it’s asking for and just want the calories, carb, fat, protein numbers–never mind the rest– I want to get on with my day. I like the recipies, water tracker and weight tracker.

  30. I haven’t used this app for long but it seems to do the job really well. There are a *lot* of features locked behind the pro membership but just the free ones are a great help too. I might even consider getting the pro version some time in the future. Like others said though, many of the foods users have added are wrong which is why I wish there were more of them that were verified. Still a great app so far though.

  31. I paid for the year subscription, $30, and so far its definitely been worth it. It teaches you about intermittent fasting, which is something I’ve been wanting to try out. The timer keeps me honest. The calorie tracker took me a few days to figure out, but I’ve got it down now! It also syncs with fitness apps so you can get an accurate count on calories you’re burning. Oh, and there’s recipes, which is a huge reason I paid for the subscription. I look forward to trying them! Great app!

  32. Nice app few things weird. Recipes are all weighted.App doesn’t work without internet. Meal plans only hold one recipe at a time can’t plan for sides etc. positives are that it track micro and macro nutrients. Gives you some ideas as to what to eat. Tracks water consumption. Tracks meals you prepare with recipes you add. Thats the reason I give it 4 stars. still playing with it I hope they fix the internet so that I can place foods ect. during those times.

  33. this is a nice idea. however I uninstalled immediately after realizing virtually nothing was available without the pro version. I’ve been an avid user of the my fitness pal free version for almost 10 years and its synced with my Fitbit and lots of other apps. I at least hoped I could access the recipes but thats only for pro members as well. may as well just use pinterest as I’ve been doing. I wouldnt mind using a free version of this with ads. it just needs more features

  34. j s dice:

    Still getting used to it but I refuse to purchase a paid version if the simple integration with Google fit can’t track activity. I do a quarterly 72hr water only fast. Recently started intermittent fasting with great successes, as going to sleep a little hungry was better than what I was used to with my quarterly fast. I will change the rating up to 4 if the free version functions correctly.

  35. Really good app and helpful. I used for more than year a free version and it is good and if you stick with the program you can lose weight. I lost 22kg for year but i was also practicing. Now i payed for full version and then i realized how many great things, meals coaching this app had. Only one flaw and I recommend to try to correct it. When i making i list for groceries it would much easier to put all things in one list and if there are same products then just to add them together.

  36. i have the pro version of the app because it was the only one that would work with Samsung health and my watch. I like that it reminds you to eat and drink water. the coach part is cool because you can try multiple diets and it gives you the recipes and adds the items to your grocery list. you can add your favorite foods and save meals for quick adds. however, the app is very limited when it comes to tracking vitamins.it doesn’t show them in diary at all

  37. The food tracker is terrible, which is really annoying. A lot of the values are incorrect, a lot of foods are missing, and the unit options are ridiculously bad when trying to input new foods. It won’t even measure by grams. I don’t need the recipes, but I do need a good food log, and this ain’t it. It’s sad, because I paid for the pro.

  38. App was useful for a while but the new design is hard to both look at and navigate. Considering I only want to use the app for two seconds to plug in meals, the fact that I have to scourer the ugly menus to find my foods just kills it for me. Please get a new UI designer or at least revert to the old design. Wasn’t too pretty either but at least is was legible.

  39. I tried the app during the free trial. After a couple of days I found it frustrating and difficult to follow. Unpleased with the app I tried to cancel the subscription before they could charge me for it. Turns out they still did and customer support has been nothing but useless. Neither Google play nor Yazio could help (even though they can). I wouldn’t recommend the app due to the interface and of course its customer “support”. You can find the same and more in free apps. DON’T WASTE YOUR MONEY!

  40. Okay. So I went pro thinking this app is great. I am aiming to lose just 30 more lbs to join the Navy. I have noticed a few things that are absolutely terrible. You cannot cancel your subscription and get a refund for your unused months. I’m now out $20 All of the food is measured by oz. And not by serving. Which can lead to you eating more than you should. I’ve noticed that the app tells you to drink water to fill your stomach and make you not hungry. This is very dangerous. You need to eat well rounded meals and not skip them. Also don’t drink water just to fill your stomach. Too much water is dangerous. You should drink when thirsty. I have a Fitbit and the Fitbit app. They are supposed to work well together but I’ve noticed that they don’t pair with each other all of the time. I’m having to input all the info into both apps. I’ve read the reviews and the way that customer service is responding it pretty unprofessional. They seem to only care about the money and not about their customers. I will be switching back to Lose it. The only good thing I’ve found is that their recipes are really tasty!

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