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Calorie Counter - MyFitnessPal

Calorie Counter - MyFitnessPal

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Lose weight with MyFitnessPal, the easiest calorie counter and macro tracker

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Ratings & Reviews

4.6
4.0M+ Ratings
  1. 5
    75%
  2. 4
    16%
  3. 3
    3%
  4. 2
    1%
  5. 1
    4%
  • perfect. Aug 8, 2020

    By annica304
    I’ve always had issues with eating properly. Last year I’d always skip breakfast, eat a small side for school lunch, and eat a moderate dinner. (I guess it was due to my mental health but I never realized it until now😅) Anyways, I would repeat this unhealthy pattern and always wondered why I was so skinny. I felt so ugly every time I looked in the mirror, where I criticized and shamed my body until I ran out of insults. For months I tried everything to gain weight, from eating loads of junk food (thinking it would help me) to drinking just protein shakes as a meal. It was up until a few weeks ago when I finally realized I wasn’t consuming enough calories (alongside the fact that I wasn’t eating enough). Ever since I got this app (just about 4 weeks ago), I have been eating a healthy amount of food. I’ve gained weight in the places I’ve wanted to gain weight, and I haven’t felt this happy about my body in years. I’ve always had issues with committing to the daily 2,000 calorie diet, but this app has helped me eat the normal amount and I am so grateful🥺. It has also changed my eating habits—I used to eat junk food in unhealthy amounts but using this app has helped me stay away from fatty foods and has guided me towards eating not only healthier foods, but eating them in healthy amounts. Thanks to this app, my body finally looks like a normal person’s body. Thank you so much to the team that keeps this app running.
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  • Oct 20, 2020

    By Nigella Hall
    I am using the free plan and it is incredible. Fantastic for tracking calories, but even better for keeping track of your daily nutritional requirements. The adds are not obtrusive, and you can choose some really helpful information on diet and wellness. This truly is an amazing app. I had read the bad reviews so was not expecting much, but I have not encountered any of the problems that disparaging reviewers have experienced. Use it, you will not be disappointed!
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  • Great app for people serious about losing weight Sep 2, 2020

    By Mlazarx
    I started using this app seriously in mid-July. The database for foods is great and I up until recently just used the free version. During this time I lost 11 lbs. I set my profile to the lowest setting for activity and have my pedometer set to the app to add calories I get for walking. My goal is to just keep under the calories based on losing 1.5 LBS a week. My suggestion is record everything even if you go over (it will happen occasionally). But that’s ok because you can work harder the next day. I finally did buy the premium version mainly for the export feature. I am an analyst by trade so I like to put my results into graphs and do monitoring beyond the app’s capabilities. I will stress it is not needed to lose weight. If you don’t want to spend time looking at your different nutrients then I would not spend the money on it. If you do it could be worth it. I like how the app says you have a 67% chance of better success if you pay for the premium. They don’t tell you about the confounder. The reason that happens most likely is people who do buy the app in general are more serious about the long hall. This should not be viewed as a diet it needs to be viewed as a life change that you will do going forward. Once you reach your goal you then switch to maintenance so you keep your weight and don’t gain it back.
    more
  • Easy to use, wish focus was on health Apr 30, 2019

    By CamilleFromTexas
    This app is very easy to use to log the food you eat - what I mainly use it for, to stay balanced. It’s far more efficient than in 2010, when I first started using it. I spend maybe 5 minutes a day total logging my food intake. I like that it includes nutrition breakdowns so I can pinpoint when I’m lacking iron, or calcium, or etc in my overall diet. What I don’t like is that there is not much language change when you go from “loosing weight” or “gaining weight” settings to just maintain weight. Every day when I finish logging food and exercise, it says, “If every day were like today, you’d weight xxx pounds in 5 weeks!” I understand why this concept is useful in maintaining weight, but I suggest that it be done less often. Perhaps it could be a weekly recap, or a button you could push to check whether your habits will lead to incremental weight gain (much like you have to navigate to the nutrition breakdown when you want to see it). I know that on Easter Sunday, I ate richer foods and more of them than is healthy everyday; I don’t need that reminder just before bed. It steals some of my joy in the day and in the celebration I chose to indulge in that day. Maybe have something pop up that is encouraging every once and a while - like you hit your calcium goal this week! Or you logged exercise 5 days! Something that is focused on weekly, not daily, behavior. And something actually encouraging and NOT focused on weight!
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  • Gross Pictures with Ads but extensive database Jun 29, 2020

    By AliHart1983
    I’ve been using this app for years. There are so many ads now which I understand. But some of them pop up on your feed right when you open the app and there are some really gross images. A lot of times I am eating when I enter my calories and the images for the weird ads are so gross it makes me stop eating and lose my appetite. There was one that came up for weeks that showed someone getting ear wax removed. Now I logged in and it shows a close up of someone removing some type of gross substance from the back of their throat. Why would you have these kinds of ads show up on the home page of a food log app? Also, if you sync with Fitbit it enters your workouts automatically but it also tracks your steps and gives you a calorie adjustment for that as well, which Is like double tracking. If you go for a run for example, it will sync the workout from fitbit and give you the calories for that, and then also add in your steps from the run and give you more calories which I don’t think is accurate. Other than that, no other food app compares as far as the extensive food database and the ease of being able to enter recipes, meals, etc. I also love the social functionality where friends can comment on your status. Of course they have to scroll through all the ads in the feed to find your updates, and overlook the gross images of earwax and other things.
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  • Oct 17, 2020

    By J P
    It used to be amazing. Now, it's riddled with premium forced on you and location tracking prompts that don't stop with no way to say 'never show again.' it's not longer simple to use. Update: the intrusive ads are rediculous. You should not get an ad when you hit ad food, or other important actions. They are put in places to seemingly trick you into clicking them - they often appear just as you are going to naturally push a button.
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  • Oct 21, 2020

    By Billy Peene
    Great application for food tracking, except for the fact, it's not working with samsung health app, I am unable to track my steps anymore, it will track manually/auto started workouts, but not steps, I have tried everything to get it to work, but it just won't. I have delayed as long as possible to do a review, but it's been weeks now, with no fix. Galaxy Note 20 Ultra and Galaxy Watch
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  • Oct 18, 2020

    By Simone QT
    I did originally give this app 5 stars, I didn't want to change that as I have really enjoyed using this app over the years, however without being able to sync my steps from Samsung health this app is pretty much useless to me. I understand that this issue is being worked out and I have been incredibly patient but the truth is I've been without the app now for over two weeks and am now having to look for alternatives. As soon as this problem is fixed I will be happy to change back to 5 stars.
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  • Oct 21, 2020

    By Jeremy Garcia
    Free tier is pretty useless. I'm primarily using as food diary, but database entries can be wildly inaccurate, even verified entries (at least for fast food) when compared to primary and other 3rd party sources as much as 500 kcal for a given item and serving size and I didn't both checking macro/micro nutrients, but safe to say those aren't accurate either. I'm not able to use personal/custom entries, and the duplicate search is a hassle that no one uses it, resulting in many duplicate entries with contradicting info. And quickly adding nutritional info is locked to premium tier. And of course, fighting ads. Because of the limited feature set and wildly inaccurate data, it's tough to recommend, especially if you eat out a lot. If you stick to prepackaged foods that have a clear label, it might be better. But the Database definitely needs way more QC, especially if they have the audacity to charge for their "services".
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  • Could be a LOT better Aug 14, 2020

    By AliciaHollywood
    I had this app for a long time, stopped using it for several years and came back to it and now you have to pay for a premium membership to use what was free before and it’s really glitchy! I thought somehow I was screwing up but I see now from other reviews that many others have my same issue. Foods in the diary keep randomly duplicating and sometimes adding to previous days’ diaries. I added in something for today’s morning and it added it to yesterday instead of today and another item was duplicated. The barcode scanner is very limited, doesn’t work on most nutritional items and for me the worst thing is that it doesn’t track nutrients except for like 4 basic ones. I’m much more interested in tracking nutrition than calories or exercise which I did manually for years easily in a notebook. When you go over 100g of vitamin C it lists it in red like you did something terribly wrong. It reprimands you if your goal weight is less than what they think you should be even though I was that weight for years, was perfectly healthy and my doctor never once said I was underweight. It reprimands you if you go under 1000 calories for the day which is ridiculous, how can you lose weight eating more than 1000 calories? I have the free trial of the premium now and already cancelled it to make sure I don’t forget (you still get the free month). The weight should be lost by then anyway.
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  • perfect. Aug 8, 2020

    By annica304
    I’ve always had issues with eating properly. Last year I’d always skip breakfast, eat a small side for school lunch, and eat a moderate dinner. (I guess it was due to my mental health but I never realized it until now😅) Anyways, I would repeat this unhealthy pattern and always wondered why I was so skinny. I felt so ugly every time I looked in the mirror, where I criticized and shamed my body until I ran out of insults. For months I tried everything to gain weight, from eating loads of junk food (thinking it would help me) to drinking just protein shakes as a meal. It was up until a few weeks ago when I finally realized I wasn’t consuming enough calories (alongside the fact that I wasn’t eating enough). Ever since I got this app (just about 4 weeks ago), I have been eating a healthy amount of food. I’ve gained weight in the places I’ve wanted to gain weight, and I haven’t felt this happy about my body in years. I’ve always had issues with committing to the daily 2,000 calorie diet, but this app has helped me eat the normal amount and I am so grateful🥺. It has also changed my eating habits—I used to eat junk food in unhealthy amounts but using this app has helped me stay away from fatty foods and has guided me towards eating not only healthier foods, but eating them in healthy amounts. Thanks to this app, my body finally looks like a normal person’s body. Thank you so much to the team that keeps this app running.
    more
  • Oct 20, 2020

    By Nigella Hall
    I am using the free plan and it is incredible. Fantastic for tracking calories, but even better for keeping track of your daily nutritional requirements. The adds are not obtrusive, and you can choose some really helpful information on diet and wellness. This truly is an amazing app. I had read the bad reviews so was not expecting much, but I have not encountered any of the problems that disparaging reviewers have experienced. Use it, you will not be disappointed!
    more
  • Great app for people serious about losing weight Sep 2, 2020

    By Mlazarx
    I started using this app seriously in mid-July. The database for foods is great and I up until recently just used the free version. During this time I lost 11 lbs. I set my profile to the lowest setting for activity and have my pedometer set to the app to add calories I get for walking. My goal is to just keep under the calories based on losing 1.5 LBS a week. My suggestion is record everything even if you go over (it will happen occasionally). But that’s ok because you can work harder the next day. I finally did buy the premium version mainly for the export feature. I am an analyst by trade so I like to put my results into graphs and do monitoring beyond the app’s capabilities. I will stress it is not needed to lose weight. If you don’t want to spend time looking at your different nutrients then I would not spend the money on it. If you do it could be worth it. I like how the app says you have a 67% chance of better success if you pay for the premium. They don’t tell you about the confounder. The reason that happens most likely is people who do buy the app in general are more serious about the long hall. This should not be viewed as a diet it needs to be viewed as a life change that you will do going forward. Once you reach your goal you then switch to maintenance so you keep your weight and don’t gain it back.
    more
  • App Review Aug 4, 2019

    By SSJ Klahr
    A great service providing a platform for success on a human health quest. The My Fitness Pal application allows anyone to compile a detailed log of nutritional and fitness info into an easy to use, easy to interpret, easy to afford (free), and simple to navigate system. The breakdown of information into multiple charts and graphs is a phenomenal resource. The flexibility of being able to modify multiple facets of your goals such as macro nutrients, weight loss/gain per week, etc. is extremely intuitive and suitable for a wide range of fitness/nutritional goals. Nearly anyone can master this application within a reasonable timeframe of consistent effort and in turn become the master of their fitness/health destiny. My Fitness Pal has provided a great service and allowed for anyone with the desire to do so to achieve the best version of themselves possible. Also, after a long endeavor spanning months or years and reviewing your data in retrospect allows for a particular cognizance for what worked well and what did not. This, in turn, provides a chance to hone an adequate regimen into the ultimate program fine tuned to your personal goals. My Fitness pal provides an amenity that fosters a healthier and happier human race to those who utilize it. This application has earned a large following of motivated individuals for these reasons and stood the test of time. Go forth and conquer your goals with profound efficiency. -Klahr
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  • Great App for someone with a disability Apr 30, 2018

    By Miles Of Fun
    I have Limb Girdle Muscular Dystrophy, and I am a recent heart transplant patient. I lost about 30 pounds before my transplant because I knew it would be a hard transition and it is important to give yourself and those helping you the best edge you possibly can. It’s also important to really educate yourself on nutrition and your body, I studied nutrition on my own did all the exercises I could, learned my body type and how I metabolize food. I also consult with my doctors and get blood work done so I know how to best tweak my diet to maximize my diet and health. Get some it’s always wise to consult with your doctors and even get a basic basic metabolic panel done to check your blood work. I recently gained a few pounds back from being on high doses of prednisone and others that made me super hangry like that already food loving person I am. As knowledgeable I am about nutrition I’m not a machine and this app keeps me accountable and allows me to make the most of my health habits. The key is to have a healthy balance and not obsess over losing weight and constantly over analyzing everything. It also helps me remember to hydrate. Don’t go crazy extreme, pace yourself and allow yourself to have many of the things you crave don’t over indulge make healthier versions of what you crave and eat smaller portions of the things you really want.
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  • Easy to use, wish focus was on health Apr 30, 2019

    By CamilleFromTexas
    This app is very easy to use to log the food you eat - what I mainly use it for, to stay balanced. It’s far more efficient than in 2010, when I first started using it. I spend maybe 5 minutes a day total logging my food intake. I like that it includes nutrition breakdowns so I can pinpoint when I’m lacking iron, or calcium, or etc in my overall diet. What I don’t like is that there is not much language change when you go from “loosing weight” or “gaining weight” settings to just maintain weight. Every day when I finish logging food and exercise, it says, “If every day were like today, you’d weight xxx pounds in 5 weeks!” I understand why this concept is useful in maintaining weight, but I suggest that it be done less often. Perhaps it could be a weekly recap, or a button you could push to check whether your habits will lead to incremental weight gain (much like you have to navigate to the nutrition breakdown when you want to see it). I know that on Easter Sunday, I ate richer foods and more of them than is healthy everyday; I don’t need that reminder just before bed. It steals some of my joy in the day and in the celebration I chose to indulge in that day. Maybe have something pop up that is encouraging every once and a while - like you hit your calcium goal this week! Or you logged exercise 5 days! Something that is focused on weekly, not daily, behavior. And something actually encouraging and NOT focused on weight!
    more
  • Gross Pictures with Ads but extensive database Jun 29, 2020

    By AliHart1983
    I’ve been using this app for years. There are so many ads now which I understand. But some of them pop up on your feed right when you open the app and there are some really gross images. A lot of times I am eating when I enter my calories and the images for the weird ads are so gross it makes me stop eating and lose my appetite. There was one that came up for weeks that showed someone getting ear wax removed. Now I logged in and it shows a close up of someone removing some type of gross substance from the back of their throat. Why would you have these kinds of ads show up on the home page of a food log app? Also, if you sync with Fitbit it enters your workouts automatically but it also tracks your steps and gives you a calorie adjustment for that as well, which Is like double tracking. If you go for a run for example, it will sync the workout from fitbit and give you the calories for that, and then also add in your steps from the run and give you more calories which I don’t think is accurate. Other than that, no other food app compares as far as the extensive food database and the ease of being able to enter recipes, meals, etc. I also love the social functionality where friends can comment on your status. Of course they have to scroll through all the ads in the feed to find your updates, and overlook the gross images of earwax and other things.
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  • They fixed it! Mar 4, 2020

    By MomMD of 4
    They fixed the decimal/fraction issue! Thank you! Now hopefully they will fix the other issues.... Update: Once again, they have made the app less user friendly with an update. They now make you select fractions every time you enter food. It defaults to decimals and there is no way to select fractions as the default. I don’t want decimals. I measure things in cups and quarters cups etc. You have to re-select fractions every time. This is VERY annoying. Also, they still have not fixed all the issues listed below from several updates ago. I keep hoping they will make it better with these updates, but it just gets less and less user friendly every update... The update is a problem if you have a lot of recipes already entered into the system. It will not allow you to enter your old recipes. When you search for them to enter them they are not there. If you search for them to edit them however you can locate them but you can’t add them to your diary for the day. This is incredibly frustrating for those of us who have been using this app for a prolonged period of time and have a lot of recipes. This app used to be great and I successfully lost a significant amount of weight with it. They really need to fix this issue. Also it’s much harder to toggle between frequent foods and favorite foods. They’ve made it much more difficult now. It used to be much more user-friendly.
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  • Oct 25, 2020

    By Alison Athroll
    I've got the premium version. It's been really useful and is easy to use. I'd like to see more options for analysing over time. Also, I don't believe the macro percentage calculation is correct. It appears to grossly overstate the fat content. It would be good to fix this or provide an explanation in the app of how it calculates/adjusts.
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  • Dietary Restriction Alerts & Polar Compatibility Oct 26, 2017

    By Casey Alin
    In my own, personal opinion, the features that would earn fifth star would be to expand compatibility toward Polar brand products and applications, and to allow users to enter in specific ingredient, calorie, macro/micronutrient restrictions to be alerted to in meals & recipes. It would be great to know if something I ate (or am logging because I'm about to eat) will conflict with a low FODMAP diet, or has more of a specific nutrient than I want at the time. I recall a previous version that would offer food tips ("this food is high in sodium", "this food is a great source of vitamin c", etc.) I haven't yet tried the paid version, and these could be included there, but I felt it worth mentioning. Overall, the app comes packed with so many intuitive, convenient features, I have succeeded in making journaling with it part of my daily dietary considerations. The terms and conditions of the challenges offered are abjectly terrifying, though, and ought to be more prominently featured before agreeing to them. Currently, the language you provide allows sponsoring companies the freedom to scour my phone for any notes I've taken to work on business projects of my own during my participation, and hamstrings me to do anything to defend my own privacy and trade secrets afterward if they take any action on them. Not cool.
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  • Oct 17, 2020

    By Thomas O'Brien
    This app was better on my old iPhone for some reason. It's still really useful but there's all these dumb features that don't make sense like how you can't copy a dinner from one day to lunch on another and how on this version you can't go on your diary for today and select a day to copy from (you have to go back and copy it forward but you can only do it to a select number of days). I could carry on. Overall I still find it a useful app but may have to change to another.
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  • Inaccurate Percentages Jul 24, 2019

    By Briaxoxo
    I’ve used this app and other similar apps on and off throughout the years, and I’ve noticed little things that annoy me about them that always eventually makes me stop using them for a while. This time, it seems to be the calorie and macro percentages. Yesterday I was excited to see how much protein I got because I ate more than usual, and I’m normally low on protein, according to this app at least. When I checked the macros summary page it said only 14% of my macros yesterday were from protein, along with 33% from fat and 53% from carbs. What confused me was that it also said I got in 60g of protein yesterday and 61g of fat. So why were the percentages so far off? When I calculated it myself I got about 18% for both fat and protein and 64% for carbs. Maybe they calculate it in some special way I don’t know about and those percentages aren’t what I think they are, but I’m doubtful. And even if this was the case then that just means the app should be more clear. Also, this is more nit picky but on the nutrients page it said I got 61g of protein and 62g of fat. That probably just has more to do with the way it was rounded I guess, but shouldn’t it be the same way all throughout the app? And for those percentages I see no excuse. Makes me wonder what else on this app is inaccurate.
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  • Technically a horrible app Jan 22, 2020

    By craycray.
    On principal, this app is great. The method of calorie counting is the only way I know how to lose weight and maintain it. My fitness pal makes that possible. But from a technical standpoint, it’s awful. It’s basic stuff. It freezes up all the time, or it’s slow at the very least. It’s search is kinda bad. When I search recent foods, it doesn’t seem to always remember them or it’s as if I have to type it in verbatim, all words and the brand in order. At the very least it should remember something I ate a few weeks ago. Seems like it doesn’t. There’s a lot of clutter in the database. For example I can do without other people’s recipes that say “1 serving,” How do I know how big a serving is? It’s interface is weird and pretty much outdated, it’s hard to find features. And yes, to be fair this is an app that I’m using every time I eat, so I’m holding it to high standards. But this is why it should be better. Counting calories is annoying, stupid, and it takes too long. I need something sooooo streamlined. I’ve been using it for years and I’m so tired of it. Seriously, exhausted. It’s known to be the most popular app for its purpose, so that’s why I use it. I’m doing research for a new one. We’ll see what I find. I might not beat it, I don’t know.
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  • Amazing Concept. Atrocious Navigation Mar 30, 2018

    By IAmSam2012
    The idea behind this app is great. It is Do helpful for losing weight and building muscle, and monitoring your friends’ progress. But, the navigation is absolutely horrible. The app is sluggish, and it’s confusing to get around to different features in the app. Certain things like scanning an item’s barcode take WAY too many taps to get to the right spot. And I use the barcode feature a lot, but it’s annoyingly buried within several layers of pages. It and other features like the restaurant location tool are just buried way too deep. You should be able to get to them from the first page you open because I’m opening this app many times a day for only a few minutes to log something and it’s so annoying having to navigate through so many different pages to get to the features I use the most. Please redesign. It’s been exactly the same for years now. And get rid of some features. The developers are trying to do way too much with what should be a simple app. Or at least bury the less used features and make them harder to get to rather than the different food logging tools.
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  • Used for years Jul 23, 2019

    By Abby142109
    I’ve used this app for about 7 years now. Having recovered from an eating disorder to being clinically classified as “overweight” this app has been through it all. Several things need to change. Otherwise it creates poor body image. When I look back in the weight I once was I get down on myself. But what I don’t take into consideration is the fact that I’ve gotten older and my body has matured. Instead MyFitnessPal just shows my graph progressively going up. The app also doesn’t care what you eat. I could eat 1000 calories worth of apples or 1000 calories worth of potato chips and it would make me feel guilty either way. When someone eats nutritious, healthy foods, it shouldn’t count against them. Obviously the calories could be counted, but have a section of empty calories vs calories that fill you up. I also HATE that they don’t have “quick add”anymore. Sometimes I do not feel like entering a whole recipe just to log my calories. It’s a great app for weight loss and management but I feel like some aspects don’t take into consideration body positivity or the importance of just eating healthy.
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  • Oct 17, 2020

    By J P
    It used to be amazing. Now, it's riddled with premium forced on you and location tracking prompts that don't stop with no way to say 'never show again.' it's not longer simple to use. Update: the intrusive ads are rediculous. You should not get an ad when you hit ad food, or other important actions. They are put in places to seemingly trick you into clicking them - they often appear just as you are going to naturally push a button.
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  • Oct 21, 2020

    By Billy Peene
    Great application for food tracking, except for the fact, it's not working with samsung health app, I am unable to track my steps anymore, it will track manually/auto started workouts, but not steps, I have tried everything to get it to work, but it just won't. I have delayed as long as possible to do a review, but it's been weeks now, with no fix. Galaxy Note 20 Ultra and Galaxy Watch
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  • Oct 18, 2020

    By Simone QT
    I did originally give this app 5 stars, I didn't want to change that as I have really enjoyed using this app over the years, however without being able to sync my steps from Samsung health this app is pretty much useless to me. I understand that this issue is being worked out and I have been incredibly patient but the truth is I've been without the app now for over two weeks and am now having to look for alternatives. As soon as this problem is fixed I will be happy to change back to 5 stars.
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  • Oct 21, 2020

    By Jeremy Garcia
    Free tier is pretty useless. I'm primarily using as food diary, but database entries can be wildly inaccurate, even verified entries (at least for fast food) when compared to primary and other 3rd party sources as much as 500 kcal for a given item and serving size and I didn't both checking macro/micro nutrients, but safe to say those aren't accurate either. I'm not able to use personal/custom entries, and the duplicate search is a hassle that no one uses it, resulting in many duplicate entries with contradicting info. And quickly adding nutritional info is locked to premium tier. And of course, fighting ads. Because of the limited feature set and wildly inaccurate data, it's tough to recommend, especially if you eat out a lot. If you stick to prepackaged foods that have a clear label, it might be better. But the Database definitely needs way more QC, especially if they have the audacity to charge for their "services".
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  • Could be a LOT better Aug 14, 2020

    By AliciaHollywood
    I had this app for a long time, stopped using it for several years and came back to it and now you have to pay for a premium membership to use what was free before and it’s really glitchy! I thought somehow I was screwing up but I see now from other reviews that many others have my same issue. Foods in the diary keep randomly duplicating and sometimes adding to previous days’ diaries. I added in something for today’s morning and it added it to yesterday instead of today and another item was duplicated. The barcode scanner is very limited, doesn’t work on most nutritional items and for me the worst thing is that it doesn’t track nutrients except for like 4 basic ones. I’m much more interested in tracking nutrition than calories or exercise which I did manually for years easily in a notebook. When you go over 100g of vitamin C it lists it in red like you did something terribly wrong. It reprimands you if your goal weight is less than what they think you should be even though I was that weight for years, was perfectly healthy and my doctor never once said I was underweight. It reprimands you if you go under 1000 calories for the day which is ridiculous, how can you lose weight eating more than 1000 calories? I have the free trial of the premium now and already cancelled it to make sure I don’t forget (you still get the free month). The weight should be lost by then anyway.
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  • Oct 13, 2020

    By Boobie McDonalds
    App has begun asking for permission to display "precise location based advertising," and tapping "Remind me later" just brings the same screen up over and over and over again. The app is now attempting to force me to give it location information, and will not let me use it without accepting this invasion of my privacy. Uninstalling tomorrow morning if this continues.
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  • Oct 18, 2020

    By Armando Rosario
    It's amazing they get away with the things they pull. This app NEVER EVER has been reliable. Just search online. Out if the blue one day even when you pay it can bug out and you can lose all your data. It has issues where randomly it will decide not to synchronize. The app is an absolute disaster but the website thankfully seems to have instantaneous syncing. It even usually shows data that mysteriously vanishes from the app. In my advice stick to the website. Avoid this trash.
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  • Oct 5, 2020

    By Carl Maklad
    This app was working just fine. Syncing with Samsung health till this AM. Looks like Samsung health was updated on my phone since then the syncing between the stopped working (steps & exercises). Then, this app pushed an update, and now that update is syncing ONLY exercises, but they are showing up multiple times - up to 10, 15 or 20 times. This needs to be fixed. I was really enjoying using this app till now! Please fix ASAP.
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  • Oct 6, 2020

    By Jim
    Very Inaccurate library. Garbage in, garbage out. Switched to a competitor (free) and immediately started getting the desired results, after over a year of frustrations with lack of results with CC. Still getting the results after 4 months. Yes, were and still weighing intake with scale and measuring output with the same fitness watch, with heart rate. Only change was the app, and the now reliable results.
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  • Oct 14, 2020

    By Mr Southam
    The "personisition" permissions (wanting GPS access etc etc) has a remind me later option, which immediately closes then reopens the request over and over, you can't get past it unless you manage to click another tab (my diary etc) as it closes before it immediately reopens. Very poorly designed, just wants data and location access etc to sell you "personalised ads". I had this app years ago and it was great. Now it's next to useless due to these issues
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