After I bought the FlexWallet 2005 upgrade from Two Peaks yesterday, they gave me a coupon for 20% off any of their other products. I already own Personal Vehicle Manager and PerfectHome, both of which have Desktop versions with which they sync, so it’s safe to say that I’m a fan of Two Peaks titles in general.
I went to their product page to see if there was anything worth using that 20% off coupon for, and I noticed Personal Health & Diet Manager. Since I recently started looking for a Pocket PC program to help me track my diet and exercise, I decided to give this a try. Like other Two Peaks titles, this one has a Desktop version that syncs with the Pocket PC version, which is nice. As an added benefit, Handango had the bundle marked down to $19.99 from $24.99, and I was able to apply the 20% off coupon, so I got the whole bundle for around 15 bucks. Score!
The app itself is pretty good so far, though I haven’t done much besides set up a profile, and browse around in the food choice database a bit. I’ve noticed that some of the things that I often eat are missing, but it looks easy to add custom food items. You can also create custom meals for things that you eat on a regular basis.
So now that I’ve chosen my tool, all I have to do is actually put it to use.