While the majority of calorie counting apps in the Android marketplace are very precise, allowing you to search for or add what kind of vegetable you had with dinner, or what brand of canned tuna you had for lunch, Tablet Fast Calorie Counter just asks you to type in the number of calories you’ve consumed.

The app then tallies the number of calories eaten during any given day and tracks it over time.

It’s an ideal set up for people who aren’t looking to spend their time searching through a database for a particular brand or preparation style.

Further, an option called a “Food Dictionary” is available for users who would like to be more accurate, or perhaps, just don’t know a meal’s calorie count. Although Food Dictionary takes time to load, it displays well on the larger tablet device.