It's only normal to eat a few chips from time to time when you're on a diet, but It's still important to hold yourself accountable, even if you just cheat a bit. MyFitnessPal has a nutritional information database for both Android and iOS devices that help you keep track of your meals, but you can also add calories without searching for data.
The "quick-add" feature in MyFitnessPal App does exactly what the name implies; This will allow you to quickly add calories without worrying about them. In other words, you can add calories to your journal without having to search for the food or drink you are consuming. Quick Add is useful if you visit a hole-in-the-wall restaurant whose menu items are not displayed in the app, or if you take a sip or take a bite of another drink or a meal from another.
To access the quick add feature, tap the big plus sign (+) at the bottom of MyFitnessPal. On an iPhone, it will appear independently of the tab, but on Android, the big plus will only be visible on the Home tab. Then tap on "Eating" and then select one of the options from the meal list. Since this article focuses on snacking, "snacks" is a good choice.
If you are on the Snacks page, you should opt for an iPhone user, tap the Recent or Frequent tab on "Quick Add ". In the Android app, you can tap the plus sign (+) on one of the tabs in the upper-right corner, and then choose Add Quick.