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I have decided to stop updating this list as of July 19th, 2010 since there have been many many models coming out this year and all major US cell phone carriers now have multiple Android based cell phones in their offering lineups. Check with your preferred providers’ web site for detail.

Current Google Android Phone Models:

06/2010: SprintPCS EVO by HTC

06/2010: AT&T Aria by HTC

06/2010: AT&T Backflip by Motorola

06/2010: VerizonWireless Droid Invredible by HTC

05/2010: Verizon Wireless Ally by LG

05/2010: T-Mobile Garmin-Asus Garminfone

04/2010: Verizon Devour by Motorola

01/2010: T-Mobile-Google Nexus One.

12/2009: SprintPCS Samsung Moment by Samsung

11/2009: T-Mobile Behold II by Samsung

11/2009: Verizon Droid Eris by HTC

11/2009: Verizon Droid by Motorola

10/2009: T-Mobile Cliq by Motorola

10/2009: SprintPCS Hero by HTC

09/2009: T-Mobile MyTouch by HTC

08/2008: T-Mobile G1 by HTC


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Latest Release 1.5

The latest version 1.5 has been released last night and here are some of the new features:

1. About 3000+ food records based on USDA data are added to the site and can be searched via the mobile device.

2. Food categories filter was added into the search page to better refined one’s search along with keyword.

3. An icon is added for each food on your local low protein food list to indicate whether or not the food data is from USDA, Low Protein Food List book or Personal Recipes.

4. Diet Records manage page now allows Upload function to overwrite a previously uploaded daily diet records on the server side.

5. Other bug fixes.

Let me know what else you would like to see to improve.

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Today, I released the PKUDietBook application to the Android Market so it can be downloaded from any Android based cell phone with internet access right off your device. The default username and password will give you the ability to search my database for low protein foods (phe fact and calorie amount) and to manage diet records on the device. But if you want to upload diet records to the application’s companion web site http://www.mypkudiet.com for record keeping and sharing, you will need to go to the web site and register for a new account.

Currently my database has about the most popular 200+ low protein food records that my son has been eating for his PKU diet. A registered user can login the web site and create  as many as foods from various data source of your own choice. If you like, I can help batch load your low protein food list if you can put them into a spreadsheet format provided. Please feel free to contact me @ tlee@mypkudiet.com if you would like to help.

Search keyword “PKU” on the official Android Market.


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The Android based mobile application, PKUDietBook, has not been published on the Android Market yet, while I continue to work on some of the final details. I am planning to get it out on the market before the end of this year to make it easier to install. In the meantime, please feel free to contact me if you are interested in using this application, and I would be more than happy to set you up on both your cell phone and the web site. Contact me at: tlee@mypkudiet.com

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