Yummy apps to help you at right in Ramadan

23 May 2018
POSTED BY Y Magazine

Less food, but more calories. This is how Ramadan is for most people. Hasan al Lawati suggests some awesome apps that help you eat the right stuff and stay in shape



 Oh you glow!

With over 140 plant-based recipes from the award-winning recipe blog OhSheGlows.com, this app will inspire the cook within you.

Brought to you by New York Times’ bestselling author Angela Liddon, The Oh She Glows Recipe App features the most popular veggie-packed recipes which can help you have a fulfilling, yummy and healthy iftar.

This wholesome recipe app was named as one of the Apple App Store’s Best of 2016!

Download for free on Android and iOS devices.

 

Eat and write

Looking for the best restaurant for suhoor or iftar with family and friends in town? This travel app has the most credible restaurant reviews as they are generated by the public. You can even reserve a table through its app and website, see pictures of the dishes, and read about other people’s experiences.

Download for free on Android and iOS devices.

 

Count the calories

Fasting does not necessarily mean you should go into hibernation mode for the whole day.

Many people stick to their exercise routine and keep hitting the gym, especially after iftar.

True, we eat less food in Ramadan, but many people end up consuming more sugary and oily food.

MyFitnessPal will help you track your health —  anywhere, anytime.

The app’s database has detailed info on more than 5 million foods to help you lose weight by simply keeping track of the food you eat.

This free website and mobile app make calorie counting and food tracking easy and quick.

Download for free on Android and iOS  (in-app purchases included) devices.

 

EDITOR’S CHOICE

Iftar at your finger tips

Too lazy to cook? You burned your chicken? No problem!

The Middle East’s best food delivery app is your best option for a quick iftar. With unprecedented options of restaurants, Talabat provides a special iftar delivery menu for Ramadan.

With a couple clicks or taps you can order easily through its enormous inventory of restaurant menus on the web or on the app.

The best part? You pay upon delivery.

Download for free on Android and iOS devices.

 


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