Android: If you'd like to get a better idea of what the nutritional content of the food you're consuming is, Calorie Counter indexes thousands of foods from vegetables to restaurant desserts and catalogues your consumption for review.
Calorie Counter is a food index. Scan the barcode on a food item or search through the menus for it and you'll get the calorie, fat, carbohydrate and protein content as well as a visual representation of what percentage of your recommended daily allowance it constitutes. While the RDI is a very loose guideline and highly variable dependent on the person and their daily activities the screenshot of the Applebee's dessert above is a lot of green squares no matter how you cut it.
In addition to just showing you how many calories are in each item you can add them to your food diary. The food diary tracks your breakfast, lunch, dinner, and in-between snacks and breaks down the content of each meal so you can see how many calories you're consuming and what percentage of the meal is fat, carbohydrates and proteins.
Calorie Counter is a free application for Android phones. You can scan the QR code at right (courtesy of AndroidLib) or search for "Calorie Counter" in the Android Marketplace. Have a favourite health-related Android app to share? Let's hear about it in the comments.