Counting calories is about to get a lot easier.
The nutrition tracking app Lose It has introduced a new feature that allows users to count calories in their food by uploading photos.
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Called "Snap it," the feature is out now on both the iOS and Android version of the app.
The weight loss app has had food-tracking for years but required users to manually enter what they were eating into its database to track calories and nutrition.
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