MyFitnessPal alternatives


MyFitnessPal
MyFitnessPal is a diet and fitness community built with one purpose in mind: providing you with the tools and support you need to achieve your weight loss goals. With Myfitnesspal mobile applications for iPhone and Android, your Myfitnesspal account is always at your finger tips. All our applications work with our site and have access to the same powerful database of over 1284000, foods and restaurant items. Any changes you make on your smartphone will be synced to the web and vice versa so you always have complete and up-to-date access to your account.
MyFitnessPal alternatives are:
Lose It!, FitDay, Samsung S Health, Fitbit, Weight Watchers, MyPlate, Noom
Here are the latest news about MyFitnessPal:

2015 MyFitnessPal unveiled paid version for power users


MyFitnessPal, a popular health and fitness tracking app has introduced a premium tier to its service aimed at power users. In particular, paying users will be able to customize their MyFitnessPal dashboard in order to better track the types of nutrients they’re most interested in, whether that’s carbs, fats, sodium, sugars, protein and more. The idea is to help people move beyond just tracking calories, which is what many of the app’s over 85 million users do today, and instead allow them to personalize the experience to fit their own needs and dietary concerns. For example, bodybuilders using the app, which is available online, on iOS, Android and Windows Phone, may want to track their protein intake, while those with a heart condition may instead be more interested in tracking the sodium in their food. The paid version of MyFitnessPal will sell for $9.99 per month, or $49.99 per year.



2014 MyFitnessPal now can pull in recipes from the Web


Calorie-counting platform MyFitnessPal is now making it easier to log recipes from MyRecipes.com and CookingLightDiet.com into its app. Now when you visit any recipe page on those sites, a Log It Button (featured next to social buttons that share to Facebook and Twitter) will automatically add the recipe into your MyFitnessPal food diary. When accessing the sites on a mobile device, an option to import the recipe appears. This not only saves time by not manually tapping-in recipes into the platform, but it also makes building customized meal plans simpler. While there are already a collection of recipes added to MyFitnessPal — in fact, 28 million to date — the company is now giving its more than 65 million users a better way to sift through recipes that work with their daily calorie budget.



Reviews
Paul297 | 18.01.12 | #
The food inventory is big but not well organized. One would hope that once a food has been entered the first time there would be no difficultly finding that information to type on subsequent days. That in not the case. Under the workout list no calories appear to be burned during weight training. There is much to be down here to make this a easy-to-use app.
AriDinosaurr | 13.02.12 | #
I dislike how you have to be 18 to sign up. Younger people care about their weight too and it's terrible that this doesn't let you try to do something nice for your organism at a young age. I'm very dissatisfied.
BobbyDenver | 24.03.12 | #
I started using this application on my iPad in Mid-january, and I've already lost 15 pounds. It makes being disciplined simple. It has almost all of the meals I eat in its DB. And unless you eat almost exclusively at non-chain establishments, it has nutritional data from most places you dine out at.
Klonejb | 23.05.12 | #
Such a reality check on how many calories my hUSBand and I consumed in a day. Little snacks kicked my butt and soda kicked his. Who know 15 animal crackers and two butter finger bells had so many calories. I have lost 4. 5 pounds in a week. Watching my calories and light work outs. Woo Hoo.
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