Slow Carb App is the first Four Hour Body (4HB) App to hit iPhone Market
Coonabarabran, Australia - April 19, 2011 – Allison Reynolds, developer of the Slow Cab App (http://www.theslowarbapp.com) , announced today the launch of the iPhone version of the application. Describing it as the first 4 Hour Body (4HB) app to go live, Allison says she ”created the mobile application she wanted when she started the diet.”
The Slow Carb App is used to track and publish body fat and size measurements, as well as food photography and a recipe section. While primarily aimed at participants on the slow carb eating regime, Allison says the application can be used for anyone who is keen to attempt any type of fat loss diet.
The Four Hour Body is the latest bestselling book from Tim Ferriss with many thousands of people globally taking up the challenge to lose fat and get fitter. It contains a modified low carbohydrate diet plan that includes the consumption of lentils and legumes in large amounts per meal.
The application will be available via the Apple App Store after the approval process is completed.
Allison, a 45 year old Multiple Sclerosis sufferer, recognised the need for such a mobile application when she started her weight loss in December and could find nothing to record and share her progress with other participants. When no application had appeared by February she decided to have one made and started educating herself on how iPhone and Android applications were developed.
“It’s been quite the learning curve” Allison said “I have never done anything like this before.”
Allison was laid off from AT&T in December and is hoping the application will be the starting point of a new career in software development.
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