04 October —
Foodzy - the social food game that lets you easily check in your daily food & drinks intake - launches a lite version of its mobile apps for iPhone and Android today that enables all users to try the service for free or create a new account. Pro users of the service receive an all new and improved personal dashboard in the app’s most recent upgrade, and keeping track of your weight just became easier now that you can import your Withings WIFI scale data automatically into Foodzy.
Foodzy, the social game for food lovers and health freaks, is now available for Android and iPhone. Foodzy lets you keep track of what you eat, giving you in-depth statistics and badges for healthy living in return. The apps are available in Apple's App Store and Android Market for free, but users need a Foodzy Pro account to use them.
Since its public launch about a month ago, Foodzy.com registered thousands of new users all over the world. Since a large majority of them are from Europe, the service has now been made available in both German and French. Both interface and food databases have been translated, and hundreds of locally available products were added. Users in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France, Belgium and Canada can now start keeping track of their eating habits in their own native language.
After a 2 month period of testing their new webservice in about 50 countries with a limited amount of a couple of thousand beta-users, Foodzy is now available worldwide for everyone. People can sign up for a free 'Foodzy Lite' account at www.foodzy.com or upgrade to 'Foodzy Pro' for only $15 a/year, extending a lot of the site's possibilities.
Amsterdam is sinds vandaag een nieuwe start-up rijker: Vanochtend lanceerde Foodzy.com op The Next Web Conference zijn private beta site. Foodzy is een nieuw sociaal netwerk waar gebruikers bijhouden wat ze eten. Als beloning voor goede of leuke eetgewoonten ontvangen gebruikers badges, zodat gezond leven of een dieet volgen wel heel motiverend wordt. Daarnaast kun je op Foodzy goed bijhouden wat jouw eetvoorkeuren en die van je vrienden zijn.
Foodzy - a new, self funded start-up based in Amsterdam - announced their limited private beta launch at the second day of The Next Web conference earlier this morning. Foodzy.com helps users keep track of what products they eat during the day, and it rewards healthy and fun eating habits with badges. This way people are able to maintain a healthy lifestyle, start losing weight or simply keep track of their own and their friends' eating preferences.