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BetterMe: Home Workouts & Diet

BetterMe: Home Workouts & Diet

BetterMe Limited

Weight Loss Workout: Abs, Butt, Legs and Whole 30 Diet: Keto, Vegetarian Fasting

3.9 Ratings 245K+ Reviews 10M+ Downloads
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Weight Loss Workout: Abs, Butt, Legs and Whole 30 Diet: Keto, Vegetarian Fasting
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  • Enjoyable, needs a few improvements Feb 11, 2021

    By Dina444
    With gyms closed, I decided to look for alternate at home exercises. I am in my late 20s and looking to keep an active and healthy lifestyle. This app has great options. I subscribed and I really enjoy the daily 'do your exercises' that fit directly in what I am looking for. I also like the 'workouts' section if I am looking to work a little more on a specific muscle group. Yet, for me honestly I do feel that the food and dietary section is not useful to me. I am not looking for nutritional advice, im only looking for workout ideas so this to me is not useful. I would advice BetterMe to have a full seperate app just for nutrition and one just for workouts with the possibility of merging data from both apps together if the user wants to. Otherwise, a lot of the data on this is just not useful to some people. I do get the whole concept of being a full plan of food and exercise but thats my experience. Another think I want to point out is the 'do your workouts' section of the Plan page. Some days it recommends walking, other days it recommends a full 25 minute exercise routine -which is exactly what i love about this app and why I subscribed to it. Yet, skme days when i check the 'do your workout' section it says 'today walking' it doesn't make sense. I suggest modifying the Plan page to include under the 'do your workouts' section a 'walking' subsection and an 'exercises' subsection. That way you get to have both new options everyday.
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  • Love but could be better May 14, 2020

    By hfidbdjha
    So when I started using this app (more routinely) in March I was 160 lbs now I am 146 so it works. I love the exercises and the meal plans it’s honestly an amazing app but it could be better. I don’t like that the exercises just jump from one to another. It would be really cool if somewhere in the corner you put “up next: ______ exercise” with a photo or video of the next exercise so I’d be a little more prepared. Also sometimes I can’t see my phone when I’m exercising so some type of ding when you switch workouts or a “3,2,1” kind of count down or something to let me know we’re switching exercises would be helpful. Another thing is I started the sugar free challenge and I’ve been clean since I started but I forget to mark down that I had a successful day and it automatically puts me as failed and it can’t be changed. That’s a bummer and it really brings me down because I know I’ve been trying. Other than that I really love this app it’s honestly helped me so much to change my lifestyle. Another suggestion is I would love if this app could remind you to drink water as well as workout! I really think this app can go places.
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  • Feb 10, 2021

    By Angel Carmona
    Here's the thing; nothing you do with this app, you can't simply do on your own, BUT, because this app has everything, (reminders, meal ideas, exercises, etc...), it has been a great motivator. It's weird, I've tried intermittent fasting in the past and the best I'd do, was while asleep. When I set this app to turn on my fasting time, I stick to it and then some, like a challenge. I'm reminded about water intake and to eat well while in my eating window. Little things like that are 👍.
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  • Not worth the $ Jul 23, 2020

    By mrstealyomeme
    I really wanted to give this a try. Had the free version for a while so said why not. The workouts are tailored to your goals which is rlly a nice touch and different than any other app I have used. They get points for that. But! And it’s a big BUT. After purchasing there’s not really anything added from the free version aside from simple log/tracking, most of which it just grabs from the iPhones health app anyway. You get these ads for extra “challenges” that are like 30-60$, not included. The tracker doesn’t let you log your own work outs which you will need to do some Bc theirs feels like it misses a few things. It tends to force quit when doing the outdoor walk/running work outs. The meal logging also makes you do some guess work as to the weight of any item you eat so it’s not so accurate.. That being said, You will end up using several other apps to fill in where this one fails. They do have a great IG account with plenty of challenges and food/diet recommendations. They have a support person on your account you can reach out to as well which is nice. But again, There’s no reason to spend your money here, the price is kind of outrageous for an app considering how much better the competition is in this space.
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  • We Want Change Feb 13, 2021

    By The perfect combination
    I love the app, but it needs a few more features. I would love to have more choices when it comes to the exercises. They have to think about your physical health, age, and weight. Some exercises are just made for people who are fit, young or both. At the beginning the exercises are modified to a beginner, but then they get more challenging. The problem is that after months of exercising when you’re overweight and older, your knees start feeling the pain, so I do recommend they stay on a modified exercise when it comes to putting all the weight on your knees or giving you the option within the app. Also, it’s important to provide two feel good options because it helps you achieve that goal for that day, and also you have an option for those days when your life was crazy busy, active, and full of chaos. Lastly, I have had many problems of it crashing down in the middle of my workout many, many times! This also discourages all the effort we put into a healthier lifestyle. I have even tried it several times, but it constantly crashes down. Also, I can’t even delete and reinstall the app because it might delete all my data. No easy fix for this until now.
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  • Feb 25, 2021

    By David Martínez Acosta
    They abusively charged 3 times in the same month. It doesn't allow you to cancel your subs and you have to message asking to cancel, then they ask why you want to cancel, and when you explain the situation, they don't answer anymore but continue charging you. Update: finally after almost 1 month, they refunded two charges, however I won't give them more stars because the app still doesn't have an option to cancel the subs and the experience was terrible. I don't like the way they do the things
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  • Does Frustration Burn Calories? Sep 30, 2020

    By idahoroots
    This app has a lot of great articles, workouts, and recipes based on your preferences and needs. I enjoy the little quizzes you have daily, and the water intake tracker, but that’s really where the niceties end with this app. Logging food is near impossible and not user friendly at all. The only measurements they have for most items is in ounces, and even then half the time it doesn’t pick up the fractions of an ounce you try to log in. Its food library is VERY limited, so good luck finding a barcode it will take. You’ll be entering in a lot of foods manually. While the fasting countdown is a great visual to use, you can’t reset it. If you forget to hit start or stop, it keeps on keeping on. There really needs to be a way to adjust the times on it to be accurate. Plus, if you’re done eating, but not yet to the end of your eating window, you can’t start your fasting window early! Sorry, but I don’t eat the ENTIRE 8 hours of my eating window. It’s like the developers don’t understand intermittent fasting? To top it all off, it doesn’t sync up with fitbits. It’s not even an option. So unless you have an Apple Watch and/or want to carry your phone with you 24/7, your steps aren’t counted, and you can’t manually enter steps or workouts. Those 3 things are MAJOR fails for me as a user, and it’s very frustrating to know I paid to get a limited sliver of use from it. I really can’t recommend this app to anyone.
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  • Feb 23, 2021

    By Wes Osmond
    Absolutely terrible! Misleading Charges. I signed up through an ad, and it gave me no details that it was a reoccurring bill. It seemed to be a one time purchase. Not to mention the Absolutely awful platform that doesn't load anything. The only screen that works is for steps and goals. Others just say "OOPS, SOMETHING WENT WRONG". I filed a product not recieved through PayPal as it was my only option. They pretend to be trying to fix it, but doesn't seem to be working at all. Stay away!
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  • Has Great Potential.... Jul 9, 2020

    By Charlyn95
    I started using this App yesterday. Already have huge agitations. Let’s start with the Calorie tracker. I have used other meal log/ macro Apps that are way easier and less time consuming. For example if I meal prep I should be able to copy the meals from the day prior into my next day of tracked meals instead of individually typing items all over again, the food items are scaled to Oz even though they are inputted as grams which is time consuming to go and covert the serving unit every single time. Now let’s talk about the workout. Day 1 was labeled Brazilian Booty in which there was no glute exercise. This is a full body workout that had abs and shoulders. The movements being demonstrated are jerky and fast lacking in proper form/technique. I DO HOWEVER enjoy the way the workout is designed so you can move along with it, timer and everything. Water tracker, if I accidentally click too many times I see no way of deleting my mistake in order to accurately track water intake over time. AND LAST BUT NOT LEAST the app opens you to another item to sign up for (which also costs) once you have already paid for the services, I chose one that says “ live coach access” where is the live coach ? Well I’ll see how I do in the end I already paid but I will be sure not to continue the subscription once completed. This app has such great potential just really needs to tighten things up for efficiency and accuracy.
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  • Feb 19, 2021

    By Rzv V
    They still charge, even if you ask them to stop the subscription! They confirmed me that the charging plan was cancelled, but actually they still try to get money from my credit card. I had to freeze the credit card to stop the abusive charging. One more thing: their subscription model is not going through Google, so you can't cancel the subscription by yourself through your Google account. You need to talk with their support team.
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  1. Get tips on healthy eating and follow helpful guides for weekly meal plans that will have you building better food habits
  2. Set a goal and build endurance as you work to achieve it! Improve your motivation as you monitor your success
  3. Sprint Interval Workouts provide short spurts of high-intensity exercises - increase your heart rate and start feeling better

Reviewed by Katelyn on March 21, 2018

  • An App for those lacking time Aug 27, 2020

    By Jenni Foster
    It was really troublesome for me to work out regularly for a very long time. I work extra 20 hours or even more every week, it was really difficult to fit a full-blown training session into my daily schedule. It became the least important priority, and I regularly skipped training instead of regularly exercising. This app was a game-changer for me. There is no way I don’t have 15 minutes to train every morning. Plus, the workouts continuously change so I don’t get bored. I usually like to go at my own pace, and it seems to me that the system in the app motivates you to push harder, but it is not a problem at all. I measure my changes each week, and I can say that I got much leaner than I was a month ago! It is actually much easier to extend your sessions once you get used to the short ones. I think my friends don’t want to hear me talking about this app any more as I do so much, but it really is that good. Try this app, you will be surprised how easily it fits into your routine! I guarantee you won’t regret the dollar spent!
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  • Very Motivating! Sep 21, 2020

    By Chaza85
    This is an excellent app for weight loss, tracking calories intake, water intake, as well as workout and daily steps. I am doing the 16hours intermittent fasting and amazed by the results in terms of weight loss! I honestly never imagined an app would keep me as motivated as I am today as I usually lose motivation when it comes to healthy cooking and prepping meals. This worked out well because It lets you select the time you want to spend prepping meals and the ingredients you prefer using, so the suggestions for the Keto plan I chose are working great with my schedule, similarly to the exercise portion of it. The only thing I wish was easier to do is the food tracking, I wish it had a feature to group food in a recipe so I can use it another day if I made this recipe again, also if it had a history of the most recent items I used or the ones I keep reusing. The last thing (and it’s not as important) but could be improved, is the ability to add fractions the your weight when you log in.
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  • Loving this Aug 13, 2020

    By Purdue70
    I had back surgery a few months ago. I am 68 and looking to get back in shape. Last year at this time I was 121. Two weeks ago I was 160. With being home recovering and with the pandemic; this 5’5 foot person was OUT OF CONDITION and feeling miserable. I couldn’t get through my day without sugar be it candy or cakes or ice cream. I was eating junk food for my meals. My only exercise was from a comfy chair to the fridge or pantry and back. 😬😎 I don’t have those cravings anymore. I have followed this program with ease. It keeps me on track and I am down 7 pounds. I expect to be 130 by end of September. I am never hungry between meals and the exercises are awesome. You put as much energy as you’d like for 15-18 minutes and your done. You can add more if you’d like. I like to walk and add walking every day. Something I couldn’t do before my back surgery. Lastly, it keeps me accountable. I used to talk myself into sugary this or that but if I stay true to this program; the results will be a happier and more fit me!!!
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  • A Great Workout App Aug 18, 2020

    By Hoopsters12
    One of the best apps of its kind! I rarely write reviews for apps, but this one makes me want to make an exception. I love everything this app has to offer. It is extremely easy to use, never lags or crashes, as some of the apps that I used. The workouts are not tiring, yet effective. They also take not that much time, but you can literally feel how your muscles get stronger. You can also try various challenges, which spices up the routine and keeps it interested. It is a perfect option for you if you don’t like gyms but want to melt some excess fat. I also want to mention the diet plan, because that was the thing that caught my interest and made me download it in the first place. So, your meal plan is completely customized, I believe it is a once-in-a-lifetime finding for vegans, cause I’ve heard that it is rarely that apps offer you a decent vegan meal plan. Anyway, you won’t regret downloading this app for sure!
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  • Great content Lots of options Dec 1, 2020

    By MickeyMike3810
    The exercises are challenging and effective. The reminders and motivation are really helpful too. I do struggle with some of the meal plans as they do not seem to coordinate well into a shopping list. I will see something like rye bread for a meal (2 slices used) and then won’t see it again for weeks. To me that means buy a loaf, eat two slices, and then hope someone else eats it or let it go to waste. The logic there is a struggle for me. Fortunately I have obtained good results even when I sub a few things in to make the meal plans a little more economical. This app is best at just giving you a plan and not over complicating it. I always got stuck in paralysis by analysis from too many years of physiology and nutrition instruction with too little practical application experience. It is nice to have good foundational principles mixed with the simplicity of just doing what works.
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  • Enjoyable, needs a few improvements Feb 11, 2021

    By Dina444
    With gyms closed, I decided to look for alternate at home exercises. I am in my late 20s and looking to keep an active and healthy lifestyle. This app has great options. I subscribed and I really enjoy the daily 'do your exercises' that fit directly in what I am looking for. I also like the 'workouts' section if I am looking to work a little more on a specific muscle group. Yet, for me honestly I do feel that the food and dietary section is not useful to me. I am not looking for nutritional advice, im only looking for workout ideas so this to me is not useful. I would advice BetterMe to have a full seperate app just for nutrition and one just for workouts with the possibility of merging data from both apps together if the user wants to. Otherwise, a lot of the data on this is just not useful to some people. I do get the whole concept of being a full plan of food and exercise but thats my experience. Another think I want to point out is the 'do your workouts' section of the Plan page. Some days it recommends walking, other days it recommends a full 25 minute exercise routine -which is exactly what i love about this app and why I subscribed to it. Yet, skme days when i check the 'do your workout' section it says 'today walking' it doesn't make sense. I suggest modifying the Plan page to include under the 'do your workouts' section a 'walking' subsection and an 'exercises' subsection. That way you get to have both new options everyday.
    more
  • Love but could be better May 14, 2020

    By hfidbdjha
    So when I started using this app (more routinely) in March I was 160 lbs now I am 146 so it works. I love the exercises and the meal plans it’s honestly an amazing app but it could be better. I don’t like that the exercises just jump from one to another. It would be really cool if somewhere in the corner you put “up next: ______ exercise” with a photo or video of the next exercise so I’d be a little more prepared. Also sometimes I can’t see my phone when I’m exercising so some type of ding when you switch workouts or a “3,2,1” kind of count down or something to let me know we’re switching exercises would be helpful. Another thing is I started the sugar free challenge and I’ve been clean since I started but I forget to mark down that I had a successful day and it automatically puts me as failed and it can’t be changed. That’s a bummer and it really brings me down because I know I’ve been trying. Other than that I really love this app it’s honestly helped me so much to change my lifestyle. Another suggestion is I would love if this app could remind you to drink water as well as workout! I really think this app can go places.
    more
  • Feb 10, 2021

    By Angel Carmona
    Here's the thing; nothing you do with this app, you can't simply do on your own, BUT, because this app has everything, (reminders, meal ideas, exercises, etc...), it has been a great motivator. It's weird, I've tried intermittent fasting in the past and the best I'd do, was while asleep. When I set this app to turn on my fasting time, I stick to it and then some, like a challenge. I'm reminded about water intake and to eat well while in my eating window. Little things like that are 👍.
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  • Has it’s perks Jun 10, 2019

    By Carol670
    I’ve been using betterme for 25 weeks now. My plan was to rid of all soft belly fat. I started as 125 pounds and set my goal to 112. I’m 16 just wanting to tone my stomach. It’s estimated time to reach my goal was only 28 days but I knew that would be too soon. I’m a little short of 175 days in and I’m at 115. My only adjustments to this app are in reference to messaging and meal plans. In my meals, I am allergic to all nuts and processed fish. Most of my meals have both of these, i went to the messaging app and wanted to ask how can I filter my meals to where fish and nuts don’t come into it? Instead there were prompted questions that only told me to substitute allergens. I’m not sure of alot of substitutes for fish and nuts which left me with more questions. I would only change to be able to enter allergies pre meal planning and direct messaging typing your own specific message instead of chosing between pre prompted questions.
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  • Feb 23, 2021

    By Michael Dalton
    I was being charged 9.99 a WEEK. I thought this was a monthly thing... Wth. And I had issues with the app. I will update this review if I'm able to receive some type of credit back. Update: 4 stars for making it right. They reached out and credited funds back. Still too expensive for me to use but wonderful customer service.
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  • Not worth the $ Jul 23, 2020

    By mrstealyomeme
    I really wanted to give this a try. Had the free version for a while so said why not. The workouts are tailored to your goals which is rlly a nice touch and different than any other app I have used. They get points for that. But! And it’s a big BUT. After purchasing there’s not really anything added from the free version aside from simple log/tracking, most of which it just grabs from the iPhones health app anyway. You get these ads for extra “challenges” that are like 30-60$, not included. The tracker doesn’t let you log your own work outs which you will need to do some Bc theirs feels like it misses a few things. It tends to force quit when doing the outdoor walk/running work outs. The meal logging also makes you do some guess work as to the weight of any item you eat so it’s not so accurate.. That being said, You will end up using several other apps to fill in where this one fails. They do have a great IG account with plenty of challenges and food/diet recommendations. They have a support person on your account you can reach out to as well which is nice. But again, There’s no reason to spend your money here, the price is kind of outrageous for an app considering how much better the competition is in this space.
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  • We Want Change Feb 13, 2021

    By The perfect combination
    I love the app, but it needs a few more features. I would love to have more choices when it comes to the exercises. They have to think about your physical health, age, and weight. Some exercises are just made for people who are fit, young or both. At the beginning the exercises are modified to a beginner, but then they get more challenging. The problem is that after months of exercising when you’re overweight and older, your knees start feeling the pain, so I do recommend they stay on a modified exercise when it comes to putting all the weight on your knees or giving you the option within the app. Also, it’s important to provide two feel good options because it helps you achieve that goal for that day, and also you have an option for those days when your life was crazy busy, active, and full of chaos. Lastly, I have had many problems of it crashing down in the middle of my workout many, many times! This also discourages all the effort we put into a healthier lifestyle. I have even tried it several times, but it constantly crashes down. Also, I can’t even delete and reinstall the app because it might delete all my data. No easy fix for this until now.
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  • Feb 19, 2021

    By Sandra Serrano
    I had changed my review thinking that everything was solved but I was charged once again. I cordially request a refund. Previous: Good afternoon, the app does not suit my needs and would like to cancel my subscription. I have written various emails and though I have been offered other options, I just want to cancel. The last email I sent was in December 20 and then was charged on Jan. 16. How can I get a confirmation that there will be no further payments?
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  • Needs to be more personalized Apr 15, 2020

    By 4thtryatanickname
    Maybe I’m just not the right target group for this app but I do feel it is lacking The workouts are nice. They start at your level and increase as time goes to make sure that you hit your goals. It also gives a great clip of how to properly do the workouts. You can choose the type of workout you like to do (run, home workouts, gym etc.) but it only lets you select 2 options. I do think the app should make an option to have the workouts run through instead of having to hit next or skip to continue. The meal planning is a nice feature but this is where I have an issue. Not a day in my life have I attempted to make an open chicken, squash and ricotta ravioli topped with brown butter sauce. I feel that the meals should be more simple than a recipe that just sounds nice. Especially right now during this quarantine when shopping isn’t the easiest. Meals and water intake are on a preset sliding scale so not much room to customize the actual numbers. Also, I feel that a trial would be beneficial. I don’t like apps that make you pay for the membership before you even see what it offers. However, I did bite the bullet and purchase the 3 months.
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  • Fix the Diet Portion Jun 13, 2018

    By Gillie45
    The workouts are awesome and I like that the app shows you how to do the workout as you are doing it. I also like how it tells you how many calories you burned at the end of each workout. The workouts are targeted towards specific problem areas so you can tailor your workouts to your needs. However, the diet part of this app needs a lot of help. There is no way to put food preferences in to avoid seeing those recipes (ex I don’t like quinoa or beef liver). Also, not all the recipes match. The directions will be for something other than the recipe or ingredient list. The ingredient list doesn’t always tell you how much of something you are including in that recipe (ex 1 piece cottage cheese - what does that mean?). Calorie counts per meal are not included. I would expect this from a free app but not one for $10 a month. I’m on my free trial right now and I’m not sure I want to pay for this unless it was fixed. I see other people leaving similar reviews back in December and it’s now June. Please developers: fix the app! It’s a great start so tweak the diet part to match the thoughtfulness of the exercise part! :)
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  • Does Frustration Burn Calories? Sep 30, 2020

    By idahoroots
    This app has a lot of great articles, workouts, and recipes based on your preferences and needs. I enjoy the little quizzes you have daily, and the water intake tracker, but that’s really where the niceties end with this app. Logging food is near impossible and not user friendly at all. The only measurements they have for most items is in ounces, and even then half the time it doesn’t pick up the fractions of an ounce you try to log in. Its food library is VERY limited, so good luck finding a barcode it will take. You’ll be entering in a lot of foods manually. While the fasting countdown is a great visual to use, you can’t reset it. If you forget to hit start or stop, it keeps on keeping on. There really needs to be a way to adjust the times on it to be accurate. Plus, if you’re done eating, but not yet to the end of your eating window, you can’t start your fasting window early! Sorry, but I don’t eat the ENTIRE 8 hours of my eating window. It’s like the developers don’t understand intermittent fasting? To top it all off, it doesn’t sync up with fitbits. It’s not even an option. So unless you have an Apple Watch and/or want to carry your phone with you 24/7, your steps aren’t counted, and you can’t manually enter steps or workouts. Those 3 things are MAJOR fails for me as a user, and it’s very frustrating to know I paid to get a limited sliver of use from it. I really can’t recommend this app to anyone.
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  • Has Great Potential.... Jul 9, 2020

    By Charlyn95
    I started using this App yesterday. Already have huge agitations. Let’s start with the Calorie tracker. I have used other meal log/ macro Apps that are way easier and less time consuming. For example if I meal prep I should be able to copy the meals from the day prior into my next day of tracked meals instead of individually typing items all over again, the food items are scaled to Oz even though they are inputted as grams which is time consuming to go and covert the serving unit every single time. Now let’s talk about the workout. Day 1 was labeled Brazilian Booty in which there was no glute exercise. This is a full body workout that had abs and shoulders. The movements being demonstrated are jerky and fast lacking in proper form/technique. I DO HOWEVER enjoy the way the workout is designed so you can move along with it, timer and everything. Water tracker, if I accidentally click too many times I see no way of deleting my mistake in order to accurately track water intake over time. AND LAST BUT NOT LEAST the app opens you to another item to sign up for (which also costs) once you have already paid for the services, I chose one that says “ live coach access” where is the live coach ? Well I’ll see how I do in the end I already paid but I will be sure not to continue the subscription once completed. This app has such great potential just really needs to tighten things up for efficiency and accuracy.
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  • Edited review after refund Sep 12, 2020

    By Whitxoxo72
    *Updated review: I was told there was a return policy that I didn’t qualify for. After I gave a negative review, I was offered a refund and then was asked to edit my review. Days later, I was asked again to edit my review. I suppose I am more pleased with my experience now that I was refunded. However, my original experience hasn’t changed. I believe the only reason I was refunded was to fix their reviews. I should have been refunded right away because I was dissatisfied with the products I purchased. I would rate their customer service at a 1 and the app itself at a 3 so I will meet in the middle and raise my rating to 2. I won’t lie and give a rating I don’t feel is true. Rating are a way for customers to get the truth before spending their hard earned money. This isn’t just a $1.99 purchase, people should know what to expect. Original Review: I purchased the app but it was not at all what I expected. The ad was misleading and it didn’t function at all as expected. I requested a refund and they just kept replying without answering me about the refund. They finally sent me a link to their refund policy which basically told me I needed to follow the suggested diet to a T for a period of time, yet request a refund within a certain time, leaving very little time to do so. By the time they FINALLY sent me the return policy, it was too late. Waste of money!! Won’t refund if you are unsatisfied.
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  • Like the App, Hate the Update & SCAM! Jul 1, 2020

    By OfficialNerd
    I got the app years ago & have been in a love/hate relationship with it since. When it first came out the exercises were not as detailed as they are now and I was impressed with the updates they made until the most recent update. I started using the app faithfully (with a faithful monthly subscription) since March but since the last update, last week I believe, every time I open the app their challenges pop up and I have to click on joining one just to be able to get to the home screen. I refuse to pay an extra $10-30 for a challenge when the app barely allows me to enter my meals daily because elf the limited food selection. I shouldn’t have to go through the challenges just to get to the home page to perform my workout, log my weight for the week, or log my water for the hour. Update: I agree with other reviewers, this app is a scam! It’s not worth the $9.99/month. The calorie counter section does not include many options the barcode scanner does not pick up barcodes leaving you to enter them on your own. It does not let you go back and fix previous day entries (i.e., water intake from the previous day), if you do a different workout aside from the one assigned to you in the app or in a different app it does not count towards your progress for the day. It is pt worth it.
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  • Great idea, poor execution Feb 8, 2020

    By VeroFromMO
    Though the idea of this app is exactly what I want, the follow through on it has been awful. For starters, the food logging system is just pitiful, you all dont have the brand options that other apps do, and it makes it very hard to accuratley track my meals. Tracking my meals has been made significantly harder too because you all use a slider for the calories. The slider does not work as it should, because it moves as soon as you lift your finger. And even when you do get it to stay where you’ve put it, the slider locks in on what appear to be very arbitrary numbers, meaning that you can’t EVER get an accurate reflection of your calorie intake. I would also argue that this slider feature would make this app impossible to use for people with any sort of disability that limits their dexterity, and for individuals with poor eyesight or diseases that cause their extremities to shake. I have sent the above information directly to the contact listed in-app, and I would like to say that if the developers changed these two things (the slider, and the sub-par food database), as well as the lack of reasonably priced/attainable ingredients in their in-app recipes I would be willing to give the app another try and probably rate it 5 stars, but until then I’ve got a year long subscription to an app that I can’t use properly.
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  • Feb 25, 2021

    By David Martínez Acosta
    They abusively charged 3 times in the same month. It doesn't allow you to cancel your subs and you have to message asking to cancel, then they ask why you want to cancel, and when you explain the situation, they don't answer anymore but continue charging you. Update: finally after almost 1 month, they refunded two charges, however I won't give them more stars because the app still doesn't have an option to cancel the subs and the experience was terrible. I don't like the way they do the things
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  • Feb 23, 2021

    By Wes Osmond
    Absolutely terrible! Misleading Charges. I signed up through an ad, and it gave me no details that it was a reoccurring bill. It seemed to be a one time purchase. Not to mention the Absolutely awful platform that doesn't load anything. The only screen that works is for steps and goals. Others just say "OOPS, SOMETHING WENT WRONG". I filed a product not recieved through PayPal as it was my only option. They pretend to be trying to fix it, but doesn't seem to be working at all. Stay away!
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  • Feb 19, 2021

    By Rzv V
    They still charge, even if you ask them to stop the subscription! They confirmed me that the charging plan was cancelled, but actually they still try to get money from my credit card. I had to freeze the credit card to stop the abusive charging. One more thing: their subscription model is not going through Google, so you can't cancel the subscription by yourself through your Google account. You need to talk with their support team.
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  • Feb 24, 2021

    By Hong Hwa Lee
    I have subscribed to the service because I thought I needed a more systematic help than numerous self-help schemes available. Boy was I wrong... Videos that are downloaded to guide are are often empty. Most free services are not that amateurish... I think a more serious flaw with the service is that it is used as platform to sell other more expensive services. (Something that others have noticed...) Why are you advertising your other services when I have paid for a specific service and nothing more? I had fell for this trick when I had purchased a service other than the basic one I wanted. OK. Mea cupla... Caveat emptor... I can live with that. What makes me furious is when I had complained that I might have been double-billed, I got an auto-reply that I'd hear back within 48 hours. I still haven't heard anything even though I have complained why I am not hearing anything back.... My advice is that one should refrain from subscribing to the service. Although it looks innocuous enough and cheap, it would mean that you are going to get a pretty amateurish product. You have to get their more expensive products if you'd like more quality services. At the end of the day, you'd end up paying a lot more than you had bargained for or live with an inferior service while learning about services you cannot afford ( of course your fees for the worthless service that you have purchased is paying for these ads.) In short, I think I am being charitable when I have given a star for the service.
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  • Not User Friendly, good customer service though Nov 3, 2020

    By Cr@fty Mom
    UPDATE: The developer reached out to me after I wrote my review and after free emails back and forth, they kindly refunded my money. I appreciate their customer service and no hassle. Original review: This app has some good features, but it's not user friendly. I like that there is a "to do" list each day, but you can't customize what options are in the list. I'm a nursing mom, so fasting is not an option for me, but I am unable to turn off that feature. Adding the food I've eaten in the calorie counter is pointless because it barely recognizes any food I try to enter. I end up bluffing my way through it just to get a rough estimate of my calorie intake. And, most of the measurements are in ounces. My fitness watch is linked, but my step count isn't updated with it. It seems I have to have my phone with me just to have all my steps counted properly. I like being able to record how much water I've had to drink, but I can't seem to change my goal. I like that there are several fitness options, however I haven't tried a single recipe. I don't have time to go shopping for specific food and make a meal for myself... I have 4 kids and they're not going to eat these meals! I'm really frustrated that I paid for this app. It seems totally different than what was advertised (I signed up through a link in Pinterest). A free trial wasn't even an option.
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