Nutrily was created at CalHacks and won IBM's API prize out of 53 teams. Nutrily allows users (primarily children or parents of children) to track what they eat each meal, whether through scanning a barcode or taking a picture of their meal. The app keeps track of how much of each food group (fruits, protein, dairy, etc.) the user has eaten that day, and a dynamic message box displays suggestions according to these statistics, scrolling through several generated messages each time. Users can also choose "characters," which affect the theme and tone of these messages. By eating healthy, users gain points and advance levels. Nutrily essentially turns what’s often seen as the chore of healthy eating and tracking into a fun, interactive game.