Apps (little software applications) are available for either android or Apple devices and allow you to customize your tablet to do the things you like to do. Some of the apps listed are free, while others are fee-based. Additionally, some apps are initially free, and then require in-app purchases if more features and functionality are desired. Here are some app recommendations that may be useful to you as you complete your classes.
ACC Library Services is not liable for reimbursement of any app purchases made by patrons. Please refer to the Tablet Circulation Policy for further details.
See links to interactive tools and recommended Apps for nutrition below.
Can I eat this? Help prevent travelers' diarrhea by using CDC’s Can I Eat This? app. Select the country you’re in and answer a few simple questions about what you’re thinking about eating or drinking, and Can I Eat This? will tell you whether it’s likely to be safe.
BAM! Dining Decisions - Learn to make smart food choices with Kendra from CDC’s BAM! Body and Mind. In each level you’ll sort foods coming down a conveyor belt into three categories: Go, Slow, or Whoa. Earn points for putting foods into the correct category.
USDA #FoodKeeper -- Will help you save food before it spoils!
Fooducate is a free mobile app (Android, iPhone) that empowers supermarket shoppers to make healthy choices effortlessly, enabling consumers to automatically scan the barcodes of food products, and instantly see how nutritious they really are. (recommended on Data.gov)
Lose It! helps users make healthy choices by setting a clear calorie budget, track their fitness and activity level, and provide insight into their nutrition (including a great “My Plate” report on Loseit.com and badges for adherence to My Plate fruit and vegetable guidelines). (recommended on Data.gov)