I entered a food (turkey tenderloin) as 1 serving = 100 cal using the android app. Then I realized I could edit the serving size online, so I did and changed it to 4 oz. Today I entered this item using the android app, and it still came up as 1 serving, so I entered .73 (as I had 3 oz). When I looked on the web it showed .75 cal. I edited the meal on the web and was able to enter oz, so I change it to 3 oz. Now the web correctly shows 75 cal, but the android app shows 3 servings, 300 cal!
There were 2 other items I noticed that showed less than one calorie on the web, both of them were entered using the android app and were less than 1 serving.
I like the convenience of entering items using the android app but I like using the web to see the reports.
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