Yuka For Chromebook

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Download Yuka app on your chrome device & browser. Read The Guideline To install & Use Yuka On Chrome Device

Operating System: Chromebook, Windows, Mac, Linux

Application Category: Health & Fitness

Price: Free

Rating: 4.83876 stars based on 30079 reviews

Yuka - Food & Cosmetic scanner

Yuka Chromebook App Download

Download Yuka For Chromebook

  • Category: Health & Fitness
  • Release Date: 2017-01-09
  • Current Version: 4.26
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 207.74 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
  • Developer: Yuca

How To Download Yuka - Food & Cosmetic scanner On Chromebook

If you're looking to Download Yuka on your Chromebook laptop Then read the following guideline.

◆ THE 30 MILLION USERS APP ◆ Yuka is a free mobile app that allows you to scan the barcodes of food and personal care products and instantly see their impact on your health. A rating and detailed information help you understand the analysis of each product. When a product has a negative impact on your health, Yuka also recommends similar but healthier alternative products. ◆ A 100% INDEPENDENT PROJECT ◆ Yuka is a 100% independent project : product reviews and recommendations of healthier alternatives are done in an objective way. No brand or manufacturer can influence them in one way or another. Furthermore, there is no in-app advertising. You can access detailed information on our business model on our website (www.yuka.io). ◆ 3 MILLION REFERENCED PRODUCTS ◆ Yuka established a database that contains 2 million food products and 1 million cosmetic products. Each food product is evaluated according to 3 objective criteria: nutritional quality, presence of additives and organic aspect of the product. The method to analyse cosmetic products is based on the analysis of all the ingredients of the product. Each ingredient is assigned a risk level according to the latest scientific data. --- Terms of use: https://yuka-app.helpdocs.io/l/en/article/2a12869y56



  • Thank you!

    By punchbunnymo
    Here I come sounding cliche- but I really don’t usually leave reviews for apps. This app has changed my habits, helped me understand nutrition and what I put in my body. Thank you so much.
  • Calories and Fat

    By CurryTiff
    Great app! Consider changing the way you frame calories, as many nutritious foods are naturally high in calorie and fats (olive oil). Perhaps instead of labeling these foods that would have otherwise scored higher as having a “high amount of healthy fat” or simply stating calorie/fat amounts without a rating of good/bad. Actually, I feel that rating of food should be heavily based on carcinogenic ingredients/sourcing methods/emission levels. Nutrition is so subjective and the factors listed above are of more importance in the long run.
  • App ruined my life

    By Midnightwolf206
    My mom decided to download this app because my aunt recommended it. Worst mistake ever. This thing ruined my life. She would scan anything I was eating, and surprise, surprise. It was a 40 or below. Now eating anything is a huge ordeal because all she does is scan. And scan. And scan. Did I say scan? It’s so dumb and illogical, this all clearly a marketing plan. It’s so obvious. Don’t you dare respond to this saying it’s not. It is. My best friend and I decided to try it out and see how ‘real’ and ‘good’ it is. Obviously, ANYTHING YOU SCAN IS ‘BAD’. Clearly nothing is good unless you scan grass. Obviously, I get it, everything now is processed. But some ‘ratings’ on that app are obviously inaccurate. Not saying it’s the company’s FULL FAULT. Just most. I think it would be wise to not listen to everything you see on the internet, and do outside research.
  • Download this app!!! It’s a life changer

    By Devogirl
    I scan everything I buy now. It’s so informative!! Truly scary what crap is in our food and beauty products. Thank you!!! I love this app!!!
  • I trust this app

    By Άνναγ
    I have come to rely on this app for everything. Finding out that 90% of my cosmetics and food were toxic was hard to come by initially. However, now a few months in and my hair and body feel amazing. I wish other apps like think dirty and ewg had all the products this app has. The best feature is if it's not in their database, they allow you to send a pic and description of the ingredients. 90% of the time, I was still in the store and could decide. I recommend this app to lots of people. Go grocery shopping or go to Sephora. You will be amazed at how many products this app has.
  • Completely satisfied

    By yungdre1
    Very good app. I would definitely recommend people to download it
  • App is not accurate

    By vickyfaker
    A lot of the products that they say are clean are actually not clean. There’s better apps out there.
  • This app kinda saved me..

    By look past this app seriously
    Mostly all the products that I’ve been using were cancerous and I had no idea. Insane how people can buy things for their everyday use and basically put themselves in danger.
  • Mindblown

    By Malvers81
    What the——- This app is genius!!! And it’s free with no ads?!?! I’ll be telling everyone. Love how it gives a recommends when your choice is garbage. I want to hug all of you guys! My friend told me about this app, and I said I would dl it, but I prob wouldn’t really use it, but I can’t stop scanning crap now!! Thank you for this new addiction! There’s no negatives that I can think of, other than my poor choices!!!
  • Something to think about before using

    By [email protected]
    Admittedly, I didn’t even get to use this app because I bounced when I discovered that you must submit pictures to acquire info in the free version. Think about all the info that is tagged in photos these days… location, time, surroundings, and the type of phone you use. Maybe you’re comfortable with the app users knowing that you own an Android and shop at Target every Tuesday; I’m not. Plus, I have no desire to sit in a store aisle scanning every product I’m considering (not to mention it’s not going to work for items you’d like to buy online). Interestingly, it appears that you can search products if you buy the premium version, so apparently you have to buy your privacy and the luxury of staying at home. I understand that “nothing is free,” but I take issue with this app trying to sound like it’s so much more ethical than the others. It’s not. And the privacy policy is pretty vague about how your data is used. If you found this review helpful, please give it a thumbs up so others can see it.