10 Apps to Keep You Gluten-Free

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If you’re avoiding gluten, you already know to put down the breadbasket, avoid the cereal aisle, and just say no to most beers. But some decisions are a bit trickier. What happens when you’re eating out or deciphering a snack’s nutrition label? In these cases, a little technology can be a great tool. We looked at some of the top apps aimed at gluten-free consumers and laid out all the must-know details.

1. Is That Gluten Free?

Is-That-Gluten-Free

Price: $7.99
Compatibility: iPhone
Best for: Everyone
What to expect: The number one gluten-free app on the iTunes app store, Is That Gluten-Free? features nutritional info for over 31,000 products and 1,221 brands.

2. Find Me Gluten Free

Find-Me-Gluten-Free

Price: Free
Compatibility: iPhone and Android
Best for: Business travelers and road warriors
What to expect: Locate local gluten-free food, read reviews, get directions, and call restaurants from within the Find Me Gluten Free app.

3. ShopWell Healthy Diet & Grocery Food Scanner

Shopwell

Price: Free
Compatibility: iPhone and Android
Best for: Busy moms, students, home cooks
What to expect: ShopWell Healthy Diet & Grocery Food Scanner lets you scan bar codes to find out whether the product in your hand contains gluten. If it does, the app can suggest some gluten-free alternatives.

4. Gluten-Free Restaurant Items

Gluten-Free-Restaurant

Price: $2.99 (iTunes and Amazon), $2.49 (Google Play)
Compatibility:  iPhone, Android, Kindle
Best for: Travelers, people who love to dine out
What to expect: The number one app on the Android market for finding gluten-free restaurants, Gluten-Free Restaurant Items lets you find businesses within 30 miles of your location and see which menu items are gluten-free.

5. Delight Gluten-Free Magazine

Delight

Price: Free
Compatibility: iPhone, Android, Nook
Best for: Everyone
What to expect: Read full issues of Delight Gluten-Free Magazine for 99 cents apiece, and browse all the latest gluten-free news, recipes, and more.

6. AllergyEatsMobile

Allergy-Eats

Price: Free
Compatibility: iPhone and Android
Best for: Moms, people who love to dine out
What to expect: With AllergyEatsMobile for iPhone and Android, choose your level of “allergy friendliness,” and find suitable restaurants’ websites and menus. Get directions to each location and browse peer-based feedback about how well each business accommodates customers with food allergies.

7. Cook It Allergy Free

Cook-It-Allergy-Free

Price: $4.99
Compatibility: iPhone
Best for: Busy moms, home cooks
What to expect: Cook It Allergy Free lets you find hundreds of gluten-free recipes that can be customized to meet most food allergy needs. Easily swap out your allergens in any recipe with safe substitutions.

8. Gluten Free and Allergy Free Travel and Trip Planning

Gluten-Free-Passport

Price: $2.99
Compatibility: iPhone, Android, Kindle
Best for: Business travelers, road warriors
What to expect: Travel safe with Gluten Free and Allergy Free Travel and Trip Planning. Find tips and tricks for ordering gluten-free airline, hotel, and cruise meals.

9. Gluten-Free Registry

Gluten-Free-Registry

Price: $1.99
Compatibility: iPhone, Android, Kindle
Best for: Travelers and people who love to dine out
What to expect: Search Gluten-Free Registry‘s fully curated database of over 35,000 gluten-free business locations that include restaurants, bakeries, resorts, caterers, and more.

10. Gluten Free Ultimate Solution

Gluten-Free-Ultimate-Solution

Price: $1.99
Compatibility: iPhone and Android
Best for: Travelers, people who love to dine out
What to expect: Find thousands of gluten-free restaurants in your location via GPS and browse hundreds of gluten-free recipes by type or ingredient with Gluten Free Ultimate Solution on iTunes and Google Play.

Editor’s Note: What apps do you rely on to stick to your gluten-free diet? Share your favorites in the comments!

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