Track and Log Food on MapMyRun on iPhone 6
Edited by Freya, Claudia, Eng, Anonymous
You're watching VisiHow. Today I'm going to show you how you can log food onto the MapMyRun application on the iPhone 6.
To begin, we need to unlock our phone by pressing the Lock button on the side.
Alternatively, press the Home button at the bottom.
Swipe and we can enter our passcode or use our fingerprint scanner.
Find the "MapMyRun" icon which is the blue and white one.
Tap once to open up the app.
If we're signed in, which we need to be, then it'll take us to this page where we can start to record our workout.
However, we need to use these three horizontal white lines in the top left corner to bring up the menu.
Our fourth option down is "Log Food".
We can see that there's a pencil and an apple on the left-hand side. Tap "Log Food" and we can use the search bar to search the food we've eaten.
We can just say "apple" for this example, and then we press "GO" on the right side when we're happy.
It will load up several options for the apples.
As we can see some of them have less calories. Some of them are different weight, some of them are in pounds, some are in grams, and so on.
We'll tap on the first one for now, we see this row here brings up nutritional information when we tap on the arrow on the right-hand side.
We can see the real detailed explanation about the apple's nutrition.
Tap the cross to go back to the screen.
Then, we can begin to edit the details.
Maybe we have two servings and we can tap and scroll down.
Maybe we had it for breakfast so we can select "Breakfast".
Tap "When", and we could select "Just Now".
Then share and tap "Ate It" when we're happy with it.
It takes us to this page where it's saying exactly how many calories we have left for the rest of the day.
This would depend on what our weight is, our height and also whether we've exercised that day.
We can also go through and scroll through the details for the particular day as well.
We can go back by pressing the three horizontal white lines and then tapping "Record a Workout".
It takes us back, after the advert, to the screen where we started.
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Video: Track and Log Food on MapMyRun on iPhone 6
Recent edits by: Eng, Claudia, Freya