I love Fitday and have used it off/on for 3 years. i cannot access it from my work pc (company filters) so, i have to write everything down and try to remember to log my food in the evenings. this is frustrating and it doesnt always get done. i have looked for other food journals on my iphone, but i have so many custom foods entered into Fitday, i really dont want to re-create all of that in another site. eventually, i will have no choice.
Fitday, the app is a huge business opportunity for you. Dont miss the boat.
As a former Palm, current iPhone, and soon-to-be Android user, I'd probably prefer to see a cross-platform, highly-functional mobile website (unless mobile apps are to be released on multiple platforms.
It's unfortunate that a concept so perfectly suited for mobile use appears to be so far behind the curve. I hope that going forward development isn't focused isn't solely on the iPhone, but the large base of Blackberry users and the burgeoning Android community as well.
As a new user, I really like what I see on the main site overall, though--keep up the great work!
I am an Android user, too, and won't be able to use an iPhone app, but if Fitday added an interface for Android, so that I could use Fitday when I am at my desk, and then access the same information, logs, reports, etc., from my G1 when I am out, I would pay $$$$$$$$$$ It would be worth a lot more to me than the FitdayPC version that is currently being offered.
I agree. I have no use for FitDay PC but I would be very, very interested in a iPhone app. Especially one where you can record offline and then sychronise with the web version when you are online. I would definitely be willing to pay money for that. FitDay is the leanest and most user-friendly service of its kind, but I think that I will be switching over to one of your competitors if a mobile application is not a perspective. Would be a shame though.