MyFitnessPal

MyFitnessPal [Health & Fitness] App Description & Overview

Whether you want to lose weight, tone up, get healthy, change your habits, or start a new diet, you’ll love MyFitnessPal.

• Consumer Reports #1 rated diet
• PC Magazine Editor’s Choice Selection
• #1 Health and Fitness app for 4 years straight

Also featured in the NY Times, Wall Street Journal, Wired, USA Today, Family Circle, Marie Claire, NBC, CNET, Shape, the Today Show and more.

See for yourself why MyFitnessPal is the world’s most popular health and fitness app.

TRACKING FOOD IS FAST AND EASY

• Biggest Food Database -- 6+ million foods in our database including global items and cuisines.
• Barcode Scanner -- Simply scan barcodes to log foods. 4+ million barcodes recognized.
• Recipe Importer -- Easily import the nutrition information for the recipes you cook.
• Restaurant Logging -- Quickly log menu items from your favorite restaurants.
• Food Insights -- Learn how to make healthier choices about the foods you eat.
• Personalized Experience -- Create your own foods, recipes, and meals and save favorites.
• Calorie Counter -- We automatically calculate the calories in your foods, meals and recipes.
• Track All Nutrients -- Calories, fat, protein, carbs, sugar, fiber, cholesterol, vitamins, and more.
• Customize Your Diary -- Log breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks or create your own meals.
Water Tracking -- Log water in cups, ounces or ml. We save your recently logged amounts.

REACH YOUR GOALS

• Choose A Goal -- We support weight loss, weight gain, and weight maintenance goals.
• Goal Setting -- Create your own goals or let us create personalized goals for you.
Change Habits -- It's almost like having a nutrition coach right inside your pocket.

LOG YOUR EXERCISE AND STEPS

• Connect 50+ Apps & Devices -- Syncing your workouts is easy and automatic.
• Choose From 350+ Exercises -- Or create your own exercises and workouts.
• Log Cardio Exercises -- Including running, walking, biking, swimming, yoga, pilates and more.
• Log Strength Exercises -- Including sets, reps, and weight per set.
• Track Steps -- Set a daily step goal and see a graph of your step history.
We connect with all your favorite apps and devices -- Including Fitbit, Jawbone UP, Garmin, MapMyFitness, Runkeeper, Strava, Runtastic, Misfit, Withings, the Health app, UA Record and many more!

GET SUPPORT AND MOTIVATION

• Add Friends -- Connect with friends for an extra layer of support and accountability.
• Join Our Community -- Find motivation, support, tips, and advice in our active forums.
Newsfeed Updates -- Share your accomplishments and see friend’s progress in the news feed.

CELEBRATE YOUR SUCCESS

• Chart Your Progress -- Stay motivated with a graph of how you’re improving over time.
• Progress Photos -- Add photos to your weight entries to see and celebrate your progress.
• Nutrition Reports -- View a history of your calories, macros, and nutrient intake.
• Share Your Progress -- Help inspire friends and family members on their own health journey.
Download MyFitnessPal and start living a happier and healthier life today!

SUBSCRIPTION PRICING & TERMS

MyFitnessPal is free to download and use. Should you choose to upgrade to MyFitnessPal Premium, we offer monthly and annual auto-renewing subscription options.

Payment will be charged to your credit card through your iTunes account at confirmation of purchase. Subscription renews automatically unless cancelled at least 24 hours prior to the end of the subscription period.

Subscriptions can be managed and auto-renewal turned off in Account Settings in iTunes after purchase. Once purchased, refunds will not be provided for any unused portion of the term.

Read our full Terms of Service and our Privacy Policy at http://www.myfitnesspal.com/account/terms_and_privacy.

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MyFitnessPal Customer Service, Editor Notes:

Whether you want to log your lowest weight in years, your first run in weeks, or your heart healthy afternoon snack, we know you count on MyFitnessPal to be working smoothly. That’s why this release is full of bug fixes, performance updates, and improved reliability so we can be there to support you during every moment of your health journey. We hope you enjoy and happy tracking!

MyFitnessPal Comments & Reviews

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- perfect.

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.

- Great app for people serious about losing weight

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.

- Easy to use, wish focus was on health

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!

- Gross Pictures with Ads but extensive database

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.

- App Review

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

- Great App for someone with a disability

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.

- They fixed it!

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.

- It made me realize

My New Years resolution was to get to a certain weight that would call for me to lose about 15 pounds. I already ate rather healthy during my meals, but I had a problem with snacking. I wasn’t at the point of sitting down and eating an entire family bag of chips in one setting. I would however eat a handful here and there, eat 4 Girl Scout cookies twice a day, and some of the candy my grandma loves to send me every and I mean every holiday. I couldn’t see how much that snacking affected me. My fitness pal has helped me keep track of my calories as I take them in and it has worked wonders! I have been successfully losing weight and it’s all because I can actually see a number to know how many calories I have left in my day when I go to grab the snack. Now don’t get me wrong I still snack some, but I’ll do one snack a day now or half of the amount of chips and half of the cookies instead of a large amount. Another thing that this app has helped me with is realizing how I feel after I eat. For example if I am not eating healthier foods I usually feel exhausted the next day. I didn’t realize it before but now that I have a food diary to look back on I can see what I ate compared to how I feel.

- Dietary Restriction Alerts & Polar Compatibility

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.

- Could be a LOT better

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.

- One Small Feature Request

I’ve tried experimenting with other apps that almost all have better UI, but always lack something big, like a smaller pool of food available in their database to scan barcodes for which I find to be the main reason I use this app. But one thing other apps tend to have that this one doesn’t would be for a recommended nutrition breakdown per meal, in addition to the already existing total goal for the day. This gives me an idea on how important each meal is and allows me to recognize what parts of the day I slack on my nutrition and push me to try and meet that goal. It sounds basic and obvious but having the numbers presented in front of me that I haven’t met my goal yet gives me the motivation to look around for more options to eat than I’d routinely do. It also gives me an idea of how close/far I am to reaching those goals throughout the day. Without this feature, I can slack on breakfast or lunch and end up thinking I got a somewhat good meal, I’ll just have to eat a little more on my next meal, then by the time I get about halfway through the day and see how many calories and other nutritional categories I still have to get, I think to myself there’s no way I can get that many in the next meal or two, and I end up settling well short of my goal.

- Why don’t any fitness apps have a “just had a baby” note?

I used to love this app and many of its features but I find it lacking after having my baby. Not only does the weight gain from my pregnancy look negative on the chart (well duh I made a child), but there are many of the features that make it seem like I’m lazy or not putting in the effort to stay healthy. The calorie intake is much less than what I should be eating because I’m breastfeeding but it turns negative when I include the snacks because it goes over the calorie goal. Not to mention that exercise is limited postpartum. I’m not asking for my fitness pal to keep track of my breastfeeding or anything like that (there are many other apps for that) but it would be nice if there was a note you could add or status change that one could add that encourages mamas who are recovering from labor. Not put us down for not being able to keep up with our diets and exercise habits pre-child. A little encouragement, especially around the 5th and 6th week postpartum would be beneficial since that is around the time when most moms can actually begin to work out and do light exercises. This app is really helpful because it helps me make sure I’m eating enough, especially since it’s hard to stay sane with a newborn and lack of sleep. I just wish it was more mama friendly because many fitness apps seem to completely forget that labor and recovery ain’t easy. 😥

- Security Risk

This app is ok except that it keeps triggering my antivirus software. This is disappointing because I’ve been using it for over a year and like the added ability to scan the upc to track my calories. I am going to have to look for a different app. This is what the security pop-up warning says is the problem with this app: Malicious Sources/Malnets Sites that host or distribute malware or whose purpose for existence is as part of a malicious network (malnet) or the malware ecosystem. Malware is defined as software that takes control of a computer, modifies computer settings, or collects or reports personal information without the permission of the end user. It also includes software that misrepresents itself by tricking users to download or install it or to enter personal information. This includes sites or software that perform drive-by downloads; browser hijackers; dialers; any program that modifies your browser homepage, bookmarks, or security settings; and keyloggers. It also includes any software that bundles malware (as defined above) as part of its offering. Information collected or reported is "personal" if it contains uniquely identifying data, such as email addresses, name, social security number, IP address, etc. A site is not classified as malware if the user is reasonably notified that the software will perform these actions (e.g., it alerts that it will send personal information, be installed, or that it will log keystrokes).

- Lots of functionality, but not a very good app

This app is a good utility, but if they gave the UI and functionality a bit more polish here and there it could be great. Some things are just clumsy and/or glitchy which makes using it throughout the day kind of a pain. I’ll continue to use it, but as other similar apps arise I’ll definitely keep checking them out as there’s nothing really tying me to this one. Some examples: it repeatedly asks me to allow Apple Heath access even though it’s already got it (and is already using the data it gets from there). It reads my weight and then writes it back to Apple Health resulting in duplicate data points. I couldn’t get it to integrate reliably with UnderArmor’s (pretty terrible) other apps. It doesn’t make use of 3D Touch, which could make moving/peeking/editing items in my diary much faster. It’s got visual glitches along the top and bottom of the iPhone X screen. I turned on the negative calorie adjustment, but that was REALLY glitchy, sporadically giving me a negative calorie adjustment > 1000 before updating to < 100 a couple minutes later. Googling this shows the issue has been around for a very long time, but they haven’t addressed it. I’m paying for pro because they cripple the basic set of features so much, but at this point I definitely feel no loyalty to the app, and I wonder what they are doing with all that subscription money.

- Life changing if taken seriously

I started using this app right at the apex of my weight gain during college. I didn’t participate in high school athletics and had virtually zero knowledge of anything nutritionally beyond, “ There’s a place that shoots out 5 dollar burgers.”. I think it’s most important to look at the composition of macronutrients in a few days worth of your particular diet, not necessarily using this as a “calorie counter”. It’s very hard to ignore some of the numbers that will pop out at you if you are diligent and truthful with yourself. It helps to motivate you in a different direction. Even though everything has nutritional information labeled as a requirement, it’s easy ignore until you start to realize that if Item A has 32g of fat and %4000 percent of my daily sodium intake... and that’s my daily between breakfast and lunch... It could totally swing a large portion of my diet by just omitting that one item. In the past I’ve used this whenever I’ve switched large portions of my dietary ideology. Regardless of if you maintain 100% accuracy after month 3 or 4, I guarantee you will at the very least have a number of eye opening moments if you’ve never scrutinized the make up of your diet.

- Such a valuable app, and I mean even the free version

I love this app. It is a little tedious to have to track all my food, but it has been so worth it. The app is easy to use. Takes a minute to get to know how everything works and all the possibilities, but really quite simple to use. I have now used it for several years, on and off. This time around, I have found it makes me so much more conscious of the snacking I have been justifying. I now realize just how many extra calories those stupid little snacks, and the little bit of soda, or the mini-chocolates actually contribute to my daily intake. Way more calories than they are worth in nutrition. Accordingly, I have REDUCED my decadent indulgences, and am already losing weight! Those marketing masters, making mini-chocolates so you think, “It’s just little. It can be many calories!” The problem is those mini’s are just as addicting as the full-sized candy bars. So...I can’t just eat one. This app has put the truth in my face. It is now up to me to decide whether those indulgences are worth spending that many calories on. I am getting stronger and stronger! Thanks, Under Armour, for making such great apps for health.

- Almost useless for diabetics

This health/fitness/diet app claims to be comprehensive, but has a huge gap in its user experience for diabetics. There is no way to input blood sugar readings in real time or to integrate readings from glucose monitors on here. Given how tied to diet and macro nutrients diabetes is, you would think this would've been a basic aspect of the app already - or an add-on that could pop up along with adding food or exercise. I've been a MyFitnessPal member for years and do appreciate the detail, massive database, and ability to input your own recipes you get for free. The meal time stamps it already offers with Premium would be really useful for tracking blood sugar, but nope, the only way to track that is manually adding a bunch of blood sugar categories, and then tracking them under progress, like it's your weight. This is useless when you have to do it 4 times a day or more at different times, and you can't look back at sugar levels as part of your diary (linked to your diet). Do the manufacturers just assume that people interested in fitness and diabetics are mutually exclusive populations? We need either a setting to add our readings with a timestamp, similar to foods, that then can be read as part of the diary; or integration with the most popular glucometer apps. This should be a basic feature, or at least Premium, for a so-called leading health app.

- Recipe Sharing & Net Carbs?

I've come back to MFP after a few years and am very pleased at the many improvements in capabilities, user friendliness, standalone mobile usability, social features, and the UI in general. There are 2 glaringly obvious QoL things that are missing. The first is Recipe Sharing. As it is now, the only way my Hubs and I have found to share entries between people is to copy an Entire meal from someone's diary. It would be much simpler to be able to share the recipe with him on the front end so he could use it as he chooses. It would be even More helpful if we were given a little space to jot down actual directions so these "recipes" weren't solely lists of ingredients and I could recreate things. That may be asking too much though. The other, much more important issue is that there isn't a setting to switch from displaying Total Carbs to Net Carbs (total Carbs-Fiber). There isn't even a way to show macros and Fiber at the same time to do the math yourself. The custom settings only allow for 3 nutrient selections (you'd need 4 to show Carbs, Fiber, Fat, Protein). This is something that needs to be updated ASAP. Oh, and fyi if you're using a macro based method know that you'll need premium to get access to those tracking features.

- Inaccurate Percentages

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.

- Must have Fitness App

MyFitnessPal is an incredible tool for getting a handle on your health and fitness. The app makes it easy to log the food you eat. The calories as well as the grams of each macronutrient. There are too many features to list, but a couple deliver tremendous value. MyFitnessPal automatically updates from my Strava feed, so all my running, biking and strength workouts automatically show up. The food database is very extensive, but you have to know something about the nutritional content of food because some of the food items submitted by users are pretty sketchy. There is, a huge catalog of verified food items, so with a little bit of comparison, you get some accurate data. I do intermittent fasting, where three days a week I eat a very low calorie diet and the other days, I eat normally. MyFitnessPal doesn’t like that and warns me that I’m not eating enough on my low-calorie days. The week view, however, smooths out the daily peaks and values and you can see your averages over time. MyFitnessPal is a valuable tool in my health and fitness program. Along with my Tomtom Cardio watch and Strava, it delivers the metrics I need to stay on track.

- Works wonders when used correctly!

I’ve been a MyFitnessPal user for 6 years now. I want to start by saying when I first started using it, I was using this app religiously. I managed to lose 15 pounds in 3 months. However, I was losing weight for all the wrong reasons and found myself tracking my diet and making sure I was only eating 1500 calories a day when I should have been getting 2000. As soon as I stopped using it, I kept the same weight until I went to college. Freshman 15 is a real thing and that is exactly what happened. I gained all my weight back but it wasn’t just fat, I was gaining muscle too because I found myself weightlifting regularly. 2 years later, I found myself big with a slightly higher than normal fat percentage. That is when I started using my fitness pal again. Now I use this app correctly, and have been losing a moderate and healthy amount of fat a month, by keeping track of my macronutrients and making sure everything that I eat align with my goals. This app does exactly that. Now I have gotten into a routine of logging my food. It used to be a chore, but now it’s a habit and it’s a habit I’m happy to have!

- Technically a horrible app

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.

- Life changing

I first started using this app when I began bodybuilding. I would have never gained over 15 pounds in muscle and completely changed my body if it wasn’t for myfitnesspal. A few years later, I was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease. I had to alter my diet entirely. I had no energy to even work out for 3 months while I waited for my body to respond to the changes I made so I stopped using the app, as I only associated it with tracking my macros for bodybuilding. I also had no knowledge of how little calories the majority of my extremely clean diet consisted of, and because of that, I ended up losing 16 pounds. All those years of consistent hard work, gone...just like that. After hearing this alarming number, I immediately started using myfitnesspal again to gain my weight back. I have not only gained the weight back, I have learned so much about the new foods I am eating. I am also happy to say my health is finally turning around and I am working out again!! While my doctor was the one who saved my life, I this think myfitnesspal had an incredibly strong positive impact as well. And for that, I thank you from the bottom of my heart.

- Bugs seem to be getting worse rather than better

I’ve used this app on and off for over 4 years, including paying for the premium features for a couple years now too. I’m constantly put off by the frequent crashes and glitches requiring me to repeatedly close and restart the app just to log food. Creating a recipe, which should be a basic feature, is near impossible thanks to awful interface problems. For example, when you try to scan a food to add it as an ingredient in a recipe, if the barcode isn’t recognized, it acts as though you had closed out of the recipe creating process entirely and everything you had added to that point is lost. And even when you manage to get the entire recipe added, it seems like a coin flip as to whether it will actually let you save and log it rather than erase everything and make you start over again. I have been patient with this app (clearly, to be paying for it still after years of this stuff!) but not only have these bugs not improved in the time I’ve been using it, they seem to have gotten worse. After just sitting here and spending 20 minutes trying to add a simple recipe with nothing to show for it, I am finally done with this app, just canceled my subscription and I’m going to see what else is out there.

- Such a helpful app!!

I've been using MyFitnessPal since February at the recommendation of my trainer. I am 45 and have never really had to worry about my weigh or diet until recently. I had put on 10 pounds and was shocked to discover it wasn't easy to loose (it had always been easy before). With this app, it shows you it's all about math :-). I've lost almost all the weight I want to loose, and the reason I haven't lost it all is because I eat too much lots of days (or I should say, I eat too many high cal junk foods instead of protein and veggies that will fill me up without all the calories). I am eating much healthier though and have learned to fill up on the healthy lower calorie foods most of the time. I feel great!! I'm 5'6' and 125 pounds at the moment. Still a work in progress, but I love this app and am so glad my trainer turned me on to it! I also recommended this app to my brother, and he has been much more conscientious with his food intake. He has completely turned his health around and lost 30 pounds! Thirty pounds in five months! He is 5'10' and now weighs 145 pounds. He looks great and is eating so healthy!

- Good but glitchy

Def a good app I’ve been using for years! Does the trick and has a lot of food information (calorie-wise). I like being able to copy foods from another day cuz I tend to eat the same foods often. The downside is that the app freezes so often when logging foods! I have to close the app repeatedly just to log the food. I wonder if this is their way of making you go for the paid version? I think it may be the moving ads that cause the freezing. It is really annoying and if there was a better app, I’d probably switch. It also gives me a high calorie “bank” when I have a high number of steps, it seems too high. So high that I don’t log my workouts because then I’d have over 1k extra calories that I could eat but this is misleading. We arent supposed to see those extra calories and assume we have a free ticket to eat another 5 slices of pizza! That’s going to negate any workout you’ve done. I know this but I don’t know about others who may be misled. I tried to read their definition of negative calorie balance but its written for someone who probably majored in kinesiology or something at Harvard. Geez can you write it in layman’s terms?! Otherwise, good app.

- Very convenient and effective!

I started using this app as part of my lifestyle change to lose 100 lbs. I have used this in conjunction with other things such as my Garmin. It is very convenient to be able to sync this with my Garmin so I don’t have to add my activities or calories burned. I love that I’m able to scan the things I eat and easily add things that do not have a barcode to scan, a must for this single (and very busy) mom of 4! Being able to add my own meal recipes has been wonderful as well; recipes that’s have been passed down from family (Mexican dishes) which have always been hard to keep track of is no longer a problem. This app, I’m certain, has allowed me to enjoy the foods I want and be mindful of my consumptions and portion sizes. It really has helped put a perspective on my own habits and also had helped me identify how my body gains and looses weight, which I feel is different for everyone and is imperative when trying to lose weight. I lost 75 lbs just by adding this app and of coarse increasing my activity levels. A++ and a 5 star rating from me! Great job developers!

- Glitchy and non responsive

I am not usual one to write reviews however the issues I found with this app was beyond what one should expect and I have just downloaded and can’t use it. Therefore, I felt compelled to write in hopes that someone will read and fix these issues. As mentioned, I had just downloaded the app and wanting to check it out before paying for the premium service. First, it denied me signing up 3x before I was final accepted my information to open up the app. Then as I went to put in my exercise for the day it gave no options for cardio and strength based workouts ( ie: HIIT, interval, circuit etc) and when I clicked on the “routines” option it just keep spinning the load circle bringing nothing up. Adding single food items was fine but when input ingredients to “create a recipe” it gave me an error pop up and told me to retry. Meaning I would ya e to input all the Ingredients I had just done again. I did this 3x again to no avail. Then lastly it asked for me to verify my email account that was connect via an email sent. I had done so hours before but was asked to do it again. So I requested another verification be sent. Over an hour later still have not received the email. This app is extremely disappointing and there are many others out there and I have deleted this app and will find one that actually works.

- It’s my home

This app has saved me in life- It’s always there for me- I might stop for awhile- but when I’m ready to jump on the horse of conscious eating again- it’s there for me- and it remembers me and where I’ve been. I’ve been using it on and off again since 2012- and it shows all my progress. It has every food item you can imagine/ and if not a close counterpart - the barcode option is amazing- you can count your workouts and water easily- when I tried keto- I could easily check how many carbs I was ingesting-and could balance out the percentages with what I ate next- You can create a meal you eat normally and save it as a meal to easily add to your diary a different day-or a button to just add your breakfast from Yesterday - if your always eat the same most days- there is some social options as well- if you have friends using the app- you can see each others progress- I can’t say enough good things- I’ve tried other apps - and I’ve done weight watchers-but I always come back to this app. It’s my comfort and home. It keeps me aware- it keeps me focused and motivated.

- Very helpful

I recently started using MyFitnessPal and it is very helpful especially with tracking food and exercise. There are a couple of things that could be improved and those being on the home page I wished it showed all of your stats-calories eaten and remaining, carbs, fat, protein, sugar, fiber etc. I would also like to be able to set my calorie intake for the day and not have it adjust due to exercise. Maybe there is a way to do that and I just haven’t found it yet. Finally being able to enter the type of diet you eat would be great and then if you are low or high on calories, protein etc it would make suggestions on specific foods to eat to make up for any high or low. It does tell you if you have surpassed the “limit” but having suggestions would be amazing. I am also able to link it to my Garmin to record steps etc. One last thing I would like to see is an area to record vitamins/medications you are taking and figure those into the daily allowance and a place to record blood pressure, pulse, sleep patterns and other personal health info. Overall I am very pleased. It’s played a big part in losing my first 8 pounds!

- Lost 47 pounds already this year

Fitness pal works so well for me. It doesn't judge. It just records facts. I committed to telling it everything except the occasional milk in coffee. I am creating new habits and I didn't quit the first time I was at an unexpected party and went over by 1700 calories that day. I acknowledged that this was the first exception to my new habits and not my habit. I still lost weight that week. Yes, the two pound loss for had targeted. This week was the first week I maintained my weight since April. Every other week has been a loss. I'm totally okay with that. I still log everything. I exercise six days a week. Swim or bike or walk. I counted my 4 hours of volunteer bar tending yesterday as a two hour leisurely walk. It's all good. MyFitnessPal is my pal in this endeavor and I give it the highest rating because it is always there, consistent, and ready to record my steps along the way, be they baby steps or giant leaps of progress. My blood pressure mess are down, I'm no longer prediabetic and my liver enzymes are way down. My fatty liver is also losing weight. If you work it, it will be work for you. 😍

- Really helps

This app has been what I have been lacking in my fitness journey. I’m finally able to see little differences in my body because I’m keeping to my calorie deficit. I have the app connected to Apple Health, but isn’t capable of connecting with the FitBod app which is what I use. The only thing that I’ve experienced is that frequently I will refresh the app to add in my workout and it will subtract the calories leaving me with even less for the day. Usually I will close and re-open the app but it hasn’t been working lately. I re-installed it in the hopes of it getting fixed. EDIT: Once re-installed it worked for the next couple times I opened the app but now is taking longer to actually load the exercise calories burned at all. Upon re-opening the app time and time again it still doesn’t add the calories burned from exercise. UPDATE: It appears that my “HealthKit” was turned off to sharing information and that’s why the exercise hasn’t been logging. I changed my rating to 5 stars because this app is doing exactly what it needs to.

- Great app geared towards healthy dieting

Less of a review and more of a feedback. First of all, I want to say I've been using this app on and off for about 7 years now. When I first started using it, the app projected weight loss no matter the calories. At the time I liked this, but looking back I realize how bad that can be and how it could cultivate eating disorders. It makes me unbelievably happy that they have changed it to not publishing food diaries, not posting it on feeds, and giving you a warning that you're not eating enough calories to sustain your body, and that it won't project weight loss for under the necessary calories needed for functioning. The first time I got that message I was discouraged, not because I wanted to see what I'd lose, but because I realized I needed to eat a lot more in any given day. Nowadays I get that message and I'm encouraged to use the app more to make sure I'm actually eating enough to live healthy. So, huge props to the developers and team for making sure people are staying healthy, and cultivating good eating habits.

- MyFitnessPal free app

Just started using this app about a month ago. Used to use Diabetes app and loved it, but no longer supported. There are four problems with this app: 1)You need to type in the brand name of all recipe ingredients-the list of choices isn’t in alphabetical order by brand so it takes forever to find correct nutritional information; 2) For homemade recipes, the number of ingredients is limited, so you have to split up recipe information to account for all calories; 3) There is no way to edit a recipe, so make sure you have all of the ingredient information entered correctly (my fault, here.); 4) This app doesn’t include fiber calculations, so doesn’t show corrected carbohydrates-if it did I would give it five stars, even with problems 1-3, above... It does give suggestions of trends in what you often eat together as a quicker way to add your intake at a given meal. Also has a nice weight loss trend feature which helps you see how much you’ll lose if you keep up calorie burning activities. Does contain ads at free level-no big deal for me... I understand that the Premium app ($$) doesn’t contain ads.

- The UX is awful

Adding meals is such a mystery, you can tell that they try to reuse screens as much as possible, making the performance of adding a meal and adding a food confusing because they look exactly the same. But that’s not the worst part - the part that made me stop what I was doing to come directly to the App Store and leave a pissy review. The fact that I have to manually save my progress when creating a meal, like its 1995, is so stupid and counter intuitive to modern apps that it must have been a conscious decision. How ludicrous! I have lost 10 minutes of work logging meals 3 times since purchasing my membership two days ago. The identical screens make it so easy to push the back button one too many times and complete lose all of the foods I’ve logged in a meal. It doesn’t try to prevent you from doing it either - so bad! Here’s what should happen, every change I make should automatically be saved. If I want to change something later I can do so easily. I can’t, however, recall 10 minutes worth of food logging with the same amount of ease. Seriously, I regret buying my membership simply because of how this app functions when it comes to logging food. The database is pointless if I can so easily delete work by mistake, with no way of recovery.

- Easy to use and lose!

The only way I lose weight is when I’m counting all my calories. With this app on my phone, I can always do that. I set my goal of 2 lbs loss per week, and I love the graph that displays showing my progress each time I enter a new weight. The only thing I would ask the developer to improve is the recipe section, where you can add some recipe you eat all the time, such as a salad with 5 or 6 ingredients. This makes it much easier to add that same recipe to your food intake another time. But today I tried to enter my breakfast and it kept trying to leave the recipe page as I entered ingredients - Kodiak Buttermilk Cakes, skim milk, 1 egg. When I finally finished it, it had the correct calorie count, but it said I ate 14 g of protein, and that’s just for the Kodiak mix. The total protein should have been 21 g. But overall this app seems to enter accurate info (outside of the recipe function), and I find it extremely useful for calorie counting, weight loss, and keeping track of protein intake when I’m working out.

- Not User Friendly

I want to use this app because I can link it with the Walgreens app and get bonus rewards for my healthy activity. The problem is that I don’t like it very much because it’s not user friendly. I don’t like having to add each exercise I do along with the number of sets and reps and approximate number of calories burned (which I don’t even know and would have to look up). Also, adding recipes is a lot of extra work too because you have to add each ingredient and then match it up. I would like to have access to an extensive library of different kinds of exercises (calisthenics, yoga, dancing, etc) with the approximate number of calories burned for the amount of time I do them. Similarly, I would like to be able to look up and ingredient for a recipe select the amount used and then have the amount of calories for the ingredient factored in to my recipe and the amount per serving. I also don’t like the list look of the app; it’s not very interesting. I would like to have buttons for each meal, for adding exercises, weight, and water consumption. For now, I’m going to go back to using My Plate by Live Strong; I can’t add recipes but it’s easier and more interesting to use.

- CALORIE COUNTING IS UNHEALTHY!

calorie counting can damage how you see food and can lead to an eating disorder! i used to use this app all the time, and i can assure everyone reading this that it doesn’t matter if you’re eating “too much” - it matters WHAT you’re eating. 1000 calories worth of healthy food is NOT the same as 1000 calories as junk food but you would never know that using this app. You could be eating 1000 calories of junk food and still feel like you’re eating right because you’re eating the calories “you’re allowed to eat” This app makes you feel guilty for eating even if you’re eating healthy. there’s no reason you should be hungry and have to check your phone to see if you’re allowed to eat. There’s no reason you should go to bed hungry because this app tells you to. Do not download this app - you should not be obsessed with everything revolving around food and weight. it can lead to so many problems especially if you’re insecure or just more prone to it. i’ve been obsessed with how i eat because of how much i used to revolve my life around this app and sometimes i still catch myself counting calories! if you really want to lose weight, stay active and eat healthy(but it is also always okay to indulge in yourself sometimes)

- Not a fan of the auto-adjusting

I diligently track my macros everyday (which is why I have subscribed to the premium version of this app), and I’ve recently decided (with the guidance of my nutritionist) to change the amount of protein, carbs, and fat I have. When I make these changes, the app auto-adjusts the total of amount of calories that I “should” have daily. But listen here - no one asked for this! I certainly didn’t!!! I should be able to say how many calories, and how many grams of protein/fat/carbs I want without the app stopping me from doing both. As it stands now, I can only do one or the other, which makes no sense. I get that MFP most likely has medical professionals on their team helping to create the suggested macro/calorie breakdowns; but again - I’m not looking for this one-size-fits-all mess. I’m on a serious weight loss journey (down 138lbs, with 60lbs+ left to drop), and I’ve got goals to meet. Please consider disabling this unnecessary function. If I’m paying $50 a year, this entire setup should be customizable. I’d rather not use a different app, because y’all have the best bank of foods to log for tracking, but I’m not planning to continue paying for something that doesn’t meet my needs.

- Amazing Concept. Atrocious Navigation

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.

- It was great... till it wasn’t

Hi there, I decided to get MyFitnessPal to aid me in losing weight. And it worked, the app I mean, for the first 50 days. But yesterday, the fiftieth day, I went on there, and the app wouldn’t load. It said updating, so I was just thinking it was going to update, and be ready in a few minutes. Nope! I give it twenty minutes, look back at my phone, which I’ve left on the screen, and it still says updating. Then I think, oh it might be a long update, so I give it even more time. Now, I’m about to go to bed, this is almost forty-five minutes later, and I check again. STILL UPDATING! I was hoping to give a good review, but I’m glad I waited till now. This app was at least good for fifty days, so if you’re looking for something short term then this is great for you. But this app really needs to work on it. I have no idea if it’s just a bug or if this is the apps way of telling me to get premium. All I now is that I have logged for fifty days in a row, and because this app quit on me, I can’t log fifty-one. Please fix, and I might change my rating to something a bit more, positive. Also the only reason it has those two stars is because of the first fifty days. Now it’s just done.

- Accountability, motivation, and results

I started using MFP, about a month ago. I had been slowly gaining weight for about a year and my available wardrobe was shrinking. I knew I had to make a change ,so I looked at a couple of calorie tracking apps and decided to go with MFP, because of the ease of entering foods and the community. I synced my FitBit with MFP and noticed that I could get extra calories if I walked and met my step goal for the day. This of course provided extra motivation to get outside and walk when I really didn’t have the desire. My weight loss goal was one pound a week. When I ended the day with several hundred calories left for a couple days in a row MFP let me know that I was being unhealthy and that they would not encourage the behavior. I was really impressed with that accountability as I do struggle with sometimes going to extremes with weight loss. Ultimately, by using MFP I have become more aware of what I’m putting in my mouth and how it makes me feel. I can also already wear more of my clothing!

- My Constant Companion

Overall this is a great app. I use it very frequently and I maintain a premium subscription. It carried me through a weight loss journey and through a transformative year in which I became a long distance runner. As a runner, I really enjoy being able to track and alter my macros (and correlate to results). I really love how it adjusts my total calories based on daily exercise. This app has an expansive food database plus an ability to create custom foods and recipes, which I use extensively. It does have it quirks. I do not like how it often insists on opening to the Home page of blog entries. It should open directly to either (1) the diary or (2) a dashboard summary of nutrition (calories to go, macros, etc). Otherwise it is just slowing me down. I use this app in all its forms, phone, iPad and web browser, m and I occasionally experience sync issues with food items. The fix is to go into the problem items and tweak them to force a write. Overall, highly recommended. Like exercise, it is no panacea and one gets back only what one puts into it.

- Nutritional information

I really like this app and I believe it to be the best one available to anyone who is trying to eat healthier, exercise more, and keep track of the different nutrients we are consuming in our diet. I only have one request. I know that there are a lot of your clients who are on keto/Low carb/Atkins programs. I see under most all of the nutritional information that you have broken down the carbs so that you can see fiber, sugars and sugar alcohols. For some reason when I click on the nutrients for the day, everything is shown there except for the sugar alcohols. The reason I ask for that is I could easily calculate the net carbs for the day if the total nutrients for the day also show not just the fiber but also the sugar alcohols. Then it would be very simple to calculate net carbs without looking at every individual item I ate for the day. The only other alternative would be if you just calculated the net carbs for us and added that line to the nutritional information. Just saying.

- Great App for tracking Keto diet with membership!

I recently started using the unpaid version of my Fitness Pal to log my daily calorie count and track and lose weight. It is a great tool. I really like the option of adding your own recipes, which is missing on Fitbit. It is time consuming to add your own recipes, but if you are serious about losing weight, it’s worth it. Once the recipe is in, it is saved and becomes a lot quicker to add the next time you eat it. A given plus is that now you can sync MFP with Fitbit (don’t need membership for this)! You input your food items in MFP, and the information will go into Fitbit per meal and the steps on Fitbit will appear in MFP. When I decided to implement the Keto diet, it became a little difficult to decide what food choices needed to be changed; this is where the paid membership comes in handy. I became a member, and can instantly see what foods dramatically affected my carb, protein, and fat intake. Great tool for anyone that is trying to lose weight, I highly recommend.

- Used for years

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.

- Not supportive for someone trying to gain weight

I’m using the app to try to gain weight after several months of losing weight due to body shaming. This app helps me make sure I am getting enough calories, but its layout is not helpful for me to mentally deal with hitting my calorie goal: when I reach or exceed my goal, rather than telling me I did something that is making me healthy, the app turns the number of calories “remaining” from green to red, and the calorie bar graph also turns red—this enforces in my mind the idea that eating less is better, while eating enough is bad, and so encourages me to slip back towards anorexia, and I have to work really hard to mentally fight against those thoughts. Furthermore, nearly all the posts in the feed are about losing weight and eating less, which is not helpful because I need to do the exact opposite in order to become healthier. Seeing those posts make me feel pressure to lose weight, which is not a good thing for me to be feeling. I’m glad this app has an option to make gaining weight as your goal, but I really wish the layout of the app would support that goal.

- Please Help A Keto Girl Out, App Needs A Net Carb Calculation Feature!!

This app is by far the best out there!!! I am a loyal user & a premium member, however I am going to have to jump ship soon & that is why I am giving the app 3 stars. I have lost over 150 lbs following a Keto Lifestyle. I am managing this through the use of 3 different apps at the moment because despite multiple users, including myself asking repeatedly the developers have yet to provide a feature in this app that allows for the calculation of net carbs! Instead users are forced to take to the web to find shortcuts & software patches to add this feature (which only work on a desktop through the website & not on the app & most of the time won’t work at all). So I am pleading, please add this feature!!! I am no software engineer, that is certain, but this can not be that difficult to do or a stretch to far based on all the other amazing features this app has. The other Keto apps out there don’t come close in comparison! But I will not continue to pay for a service that does not give me what I need to continue on my journey of good health.

- Premium subscription is a scam

I absolutely love this app and have used it for years without issue to track macronutrients and plan food intake. Recently my training routine changed where I would need to have different caloric intakes on different days of the week. So I decided to purchase a one-month subscription to the premium service to see if it added convenience. This is where I lost all respect for MyFitnessPal. Now that I have “premium”, the app refuses to sync to the website. It will say “failed to sync data saved locally” each and every time. When copying over meals from the previous day, it will copy the meal 8-12 times. When I then go to delete these extra entries, the website crashes and shows an error screen. What used to be a great app/website has overnight turned into a nightmare. I have since created an alternate free account that syncs without issue and copies over meals as before, except now I have to rebuild my food library from scratch. So therefore the only issue is the paid subscription. This is crap, MyFitnessPal! Does any of this sound like a “premium” experience to you? I’ll just go back to manually changing my calorie goal every day as before. Thanks for the headache and the wasted $10.

- Great tracker, but Inaccurate

This app is great for simply inputting known information into the daily reports, but when I do a search for a specific food, it’s often inaccurate. The food item has a completely different calorie count. Even when I scan the barcode. So I end up calculating the calories after I’ve spent quite a while trying to input the recipe. I often have to calculate it myself and add it to the “quick add”; which doesn’t help when it’s a regularly eaten food. They need to have a user-friendly option that allows the user to override these program mistakes. If it allowed me to edit their incorrect calories I would like the app much better. Another problem: calories used from steps - in exercise - are all over the place. This morning I had walked about 150 steps and it recorded “1 calorie” worth of exercise. Later after walking 400 steps, the calories changed to zero. This happens quite often. 1000 steps one day is completely different from 1000 steps the next day. Programmers need to figure out a way to make this more consistent/accurate.

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- Great app - Definitely get this one!!!

I’ve used MyFitnessPal on and off for several years, both the free and premium version. The only features I used from premium was the “time stamp” and “no ads”. I’ve reverted back to the free version, because it has everything I need. The barcode scanner is great, and if the product isn’t there - you can add it. (Please include everything on the nutritional panel, guys) One thing that would help is if people would check their spelling when adding products to the lists, as these become available to us all and can make searching difficult. Absolutely love the recipe and meal features. You can add a favourite family recipe - and it will calculate how many calories per serving. I recommend keeping it to weight/per gram, so you can weigh your portion and get the true caloric value. In hindsight, it seems that the best way to get results it is to track your planned food BEFORE you eat. There are some sneaky calories out there! I’ve recommended the app to several people, I like the diary sharing option (with password) which can help with accountability and partnering on your health journey. It can be used in conjunction with many fitness trackers and exercise apps. All in all, it’s definitely a worthwhile app to use - both free and premium versions. Give it a go, you won’t regret it.

- Fantastic app- though i would love one extra!

I’ve used this app (the free version) for years now to track macros. It’s been a fantastic tool, has a huge variety of foods in its data base. Is easy to scan and add foods and supplements and I love you can see into your friends food diaries for inspiration meals, ideas and motivation. My only wish is that it would have the option to add or track NET CARBS along with total carbs. I know that this would help a much broader variety of healthy lifestyles who focus on net carbs in there diet. I for one am looking at changing my nutrition to focus on net carbs and unfortunately I think I will be forced to look for another app. Please consider including this in your next update!! MFP is really my preferred go to for tracking and if this was available I would more than likely go premium as it does everything else I want!

- Good app but could use a few improvements

I’ve been using the premium version for a while now, and I think overall the app is very convenient and quick. I especially enjoy the extensive food database, since I rarely need to add my own nutritional info for food. I would however like to suggest a few improvements: - currently you can add directions to meals but not recipes... which doesn’t make a lot of sense imo (unless I’m missing something here) - for the dashboard, it would be good to have a few more display options, such as to not show calories or to show % remaining of nutrients - I wish net carbs was a thing, since it is easy to over consume fibre when on a calorie deficit, and end up having less calories from carbs and then getting less energy for workouts/day to day activities. It’s also easier to plan macros based on net carbs imo. This will probably never be read but whatever lol

- Effective tool for weight loss/healthier eating

Tracking keeps me honest and accountable. Gives me the leverage to walk away from unhelpful food and to make better choices. Quick entry and copy n paste features make tracking easy. At the end of each day, MFP predicts what my weight might be if every day is like today’s. That’s been a powerful motivator for me. Nutritional breakdowns of food are great for telling me what nutrients I need to eat more or less of. All helps my body feel satisfied. Also links with my exercise app, so exercise downloads automatically to MFP, and I can see the impact of that walk/run. MFP has been a lifeline to me - given me power and control over my food that I’ve been lacking for a long time. No longer feel powerless and defeated. I’m getting brilliant results!

- Terrible update

The update has ruined this app for me. When the update happened 3 days ago it created hundreds of reminders I can’t get rid of. I was so confused as to why I was get around 50 notifications for each meal, I went into the reminders part of the app and founds dozens of reminders had been set. I went through and turned them all off, went out of it and when I went back into it they had all been turned back on. So I had to go through each reminder one at a time and delete each one individually. Then a couple of hours later I get 50 notifications to log my lunch!!! I go back into the reminders and each one I painstakingly deleted had reappeared!!! I’ve missed text messages and emails because this is clog up my phone notifications and making my phone over whelmed and slow! If I can’t fix it I will have to delete the app

- Everything I need for health & fitness

I love this app! I can do everything from just one application - track food, see exercise results, track my progress, and sync my fitness tracker. I’m also getting real value out of the blog: I’ve gotten some great fitness tips, ideas for new exercises, and some new meal plans that are working well. I started using the app just to track food, and it made a big difference to see where my daily calories were actually coming from. I made some simple adjustments to what I was eating and had instant results. I’ve slacked off from my routine a few times, and this app always helps me get back on track. Now I use it for everything :)

- Already lost 2kg

MyFitnessPal has a huge catalogue of foods available to help keep you tracking and accountable, as well as allowing you to scan the barcodes of your food to help log all nutritional values, not just calories. I've used MyFitnessPal for years on and off, never being truly consistent, but I decided a week ago that I needed to lose this 15kg, and by being able to track exactly how many calories I'm consuming, I've been able to drop 2kg already. Only annoying thing is that it constantly insists that you upgrade to premium, not just in order to access other features such as macros and intermittent fasting scheduling, but also leaves a banner on every single tab in the app. If I want to go premium, I will - it's annoying that I have to look at that ribbon advertising premium everywhere.

- Brilliant - and amazing for free

I tried this app a few years ago but couldn’t get into it so I went back to weight watchers which I combined with Paleo for good results. I recently tried this app again and learnt to set my metrics so that the % of fat, carbs and protein suited my chosen diet. Such a great app. I’ve chosen to do the 1 month free premium trail and, after just 3 days, I’m likely to pay the $79 for the year of premium, it’s that good. I can plan all my meals and tweak them to suit my goals, record my weight and take pictures to log my progress along with my body measurements. I could go on, but safe to say, I’m a big fan. Try the free app and consider the month free trial of premium.

- So helpful

This app is teaching me so much more about food and i’m really beginning to understand what im putting into my body. I started to use this app to support my partner to lose weight, but even i am learning too. And what i learn, i can share with him to help educate his experience, but also further understand his experience as he embarks in this same learning experience. I struggled to use the app at first, but i think that was more to do with my fear and overwhelm of grasping all of the nitty gritty about my food intake. With some steady confidence I have no idea what i wasn’t understanding! This app is so user friendly, great for beginners and pros alike. Im so glad there is something like this out there for people who are really trying to make a change for the healthier

- What have you done to your app?

I’ve used the free version of this app for about 7 years and it has always been helpful, but this latest update is terrible. It is slow, my diary entries have gone missing, and you can’t log glasses of water correctly. Plus, all the premium subscription pop-ups are annoying! I get it, you want people to pay... payment for premium services are great, and I have considered it numerous times, but the free version does everything I need and I’ve always been a huge advocate of MyFitnessPal. Please don’t make the current features useless with annoying pop-ups. With all the competition available today, I won’t need to remain a loyal user of yours. Your Product Owners really need to get back to customer-centred design instead of whatever sales strategy focus they’ve currently got going on.

- Very Unhappy

For over a week now I have been logged out of this app. In June I paid for a premium subscription and last week was unable to access my account. I contacted Support only to receive a bulk email which did not address my issue. I have sent over 5 emails to Support detailing my issue. As a result I received one email back which was the same bulk email I originally received. I have had to start a new account, pay for a premium subscription again and as a result I have lost over two years of data from my old account. Emails to Support to merge my new and old account so I can access my data has fallen on deaf ears and I have had zero support. When you pay almost $140 in two subscriptions one would expect some decent support. In my case, there has been Zero support. Very unhappy and I would no longer recommend this app. My mistake for starting a new account.

- Worth paying for premium

I’ve been using this app on and off for 4 years and have a current consistent streak of 1.33 years. First: The free version is excellent. You don’t have to go to premium. In fact, until you have a reliable habit of entering everything (honestly), I wouldn’t bother. But once you have that reliable entry of data, the Premium option to export data into excel is fantastic. It can be easy to become discouraged when plateaus happen but 2-3 times, a data dump has enabled me to draw very clear cause and effect that helped reinvigorate my efforts. It’s easy to ‘feel’ like you’re doing everything right - but the data tells another story. It also works the other way - showing you when you’ve plateaued because you’ve eaten too little. The macro data is also interesting and helpful. I’ve lost almost 30kg so far, another 10 to go, and I think I would give this app a solid 1/3rd of the credit as a solid, useful tool that isn’t buggy and helps keep me going.

- Love it

It's a great app and easy to use. Love the barcode scanning option, how it remembers your foods and how you can set recipes and meals. A few improvements: it'd be great to be able to write what the food was when entering calories using the quick entry option; also, it'd be good to be able to enter gram quantities rather than having to set quantity to 1 g then have 50 servings of it! I like to enter my meals ahead of time so I know I will have a balanced day within my calore count. It’d be good to be able to tick foods off as I eat them. Lastly, I am currently doing the Michael Mosely fast 800 diet. An intermittent fasting setting would be good as at the moment the app tells me off every night for not eating enough :(

- Awesome training and weight loss partner

It wasn’t the only tool, but without the help, the planning and resources available in this fantastic app, I’d still be a fatty!!! I’ve lost 65 kilograms, that’s 150 pounds or almost 11 stone! Huge in any language. I know about weight loss, all this trying for all this time, it’d be impossible not to pick up a little knowledge, but my number one must /have/do tip is get a plan and focus on the metrics,(measurements). My Fitness Pal gives me that and more. Get it, pay the money and get the full version and then get its companion, Map My Walk, you will see results. My Fitness Pal is everything an app should be! Rob

- Cost of Premium Subscription

It seems to be impossible to find out the cost of the Premium Subscription before signing up for a free trial. This makes it impossible to make an informed consumer decision. I have quite a few app subscriptions, so am genuinely interested in the option of Premium, rather than free. I am going to check out if, not knowing the potential annual costs of subscription, confirms with our Australian Consumer Law - which app would need to conform with if selling to Australian residents through Apple’s App Store. There are quite a few frustrated people in the app’s Community wanting to know both the cost and benefits of Premium Subscription, so developer has sufficient feedback to know this is an issue for some users - an issue developer is obviously not taking seriously. Frankly, I find the lack of information on subscription rates bizarre

- Excellent app

This app is excellent it can scan all your foods and tell you what’s in it carbs, sugar, protein etc you add everything you eat drink and what exercise you do and it will tell you how many calories you have left or have consumed- just pick what you want 1,000 1,200 or 1,600 per day - it also has junk food McDonalds KFC - you can add your own recipes too - if you sign up for extras it is not expensive and has some extra features- I was very surprised to see how much sugar was in so called healthy foods and it also links to your steps from your phone and adds it too - Fabulous

- Crashes frequently

I used to love this app but it now frequently crashes. So frustrating. I cook from scratch a lot so adding my recipes is really laborious (the feature to add a URL and it should automatically load the recipe NEVER works for me) and I just can’t cope when it crashes half way through. It might be good for people who eat a lot of food from packets as you can scan barcodes to get the calories added. But I’m looking for a new calorie tracker... Ps Followed instructions to sync then uninstall and reinstall app. The recipe function still doesn’t work. I tried to add a dinner recipe and when I copied the ingredients the next page said the app had found a match for the ingredients (there were about 8). The ‘match’ was apples and cinnamon??? These items were not in the recipe, it just randomly added these ingredients.

- My bible for weight loss

I love just about everything in this app. It’s easy to track my food. The only 2 things I would like to see added and removed is: 1: please add body measurements, these are just as important as weight. Sometimes we lose measurements instead of weight and would be awesome to track these as well. PS this feature is in most other apps! 2: Take the videos from the front page and move them to a tab so you can choose to look at them. This app is my bible for helping with weight loss. Please consider the 2 changes especially the body measurements

- Lots of bugs with exercise tracking and poor customer support

I initially loved this app for diet tracking. Easy input of foods. But lots of errors when it tries to calculate exercise. It regularly calculates my exercise calorie usage as -940 (yep, it tells me I should reduce calorie intake if I exercise), it sometimes double logs or doesn’t log at all my exercise, and it doesn’t allow manual logging or correcting of exercise for previous days (which is sometimes necessary because I sometimes don’t catch the errors until the following day). All these problems mean I can’t keep an accurate history. I’ve logged problems with customer support but had to wait a week to receive an automated email that said “Please reply if you still want help” (and I’m a premium subscriber).

- Great app

My FitnessPal has been amazing. I have been wanting to change my lifestyle for a while but it can be hard with a busy life. By entering my daily diet into the app I have learnt what to change. It has taught me sometimes even a salad can be too many calories if too many ingredients are used. I didn’t realise the sugar content can be high in a lot of foods that I thought were ‘healthy’. I love that the app tracks my steps every day too. I have lost 4kgs in a month and hope to lose more in the near future but I am also able to use the app to maintain my current weight.

- Good and bad

This app is THE app to get if interested in tracking calories. However it falls in having a far too expensive premium membership system, for me and I assume most people who use this app the articles on the main page are pointless. It also suffers from crash issue and I often open the app to find it in “offline mode” despite having home wifi and data both available. It is a good app overall with a solid system for entering food data and a relatively large data base in comparison to other apps I have used. However the fact that you have to pay way to much for premium in order to simply see the macros of the food you enter kills the app for me and because of that I cannot recommend it.

- Used to be the best now pathetic!

This app used to be literally the best on the market - it was all I ever used and loved it!!! Since the last update, this app well and truly is a pain in the proverbial backside! Every single time I go to the app it asks me to consent to some stupid data collection policy - like every time I log a meal or a glass of water - yesterday I think I consented at least 20 times. I don’t know what you’ve done My Fitness Pal but you need to fix this stuff up and FAST because it’s becoming very annoying and time consuming and after almost 5 years using this app I’m ready to delete it and say goodbye! To all those looking to start using this app - don’t bother until it’s fixed because it will drive you crazy with the constant requests for data sharing every time you click on the app!

- Additional food options

Hey, I really love what you do here, this app has made it so much easier to count my calories and eat the most efficient foods. I don’t know if you guys read these or they are just made to the public, but if you do I think it would be beneficial to both you and the user to add Aldi products to your collection, as I’’ from Melbourne and that is a very prevalent brand here where I get most my shopping from, it is just hard to count your exact calories when your entering slightly inaccurate nutrition information. Anyway, still love the app cheers.

- Love it! but here’s an idea...

I absolutely love MFP. I use it every day in my journey in the gym, it’s so handy and easy to use; I love to see exactly how much protein, carbs, fats etc is going into my body But I would love a feature where we can change it to a checklist if you will. I (along with lots of people) pre plan our days. Now if there was an option to “make checklist” where all the food we’ve put in get’s a little circle next to it; and we can “check it off” when we eat it; that would be awesome!! Obviously not demanding it; just a thought :-)

- Can’t handle nightshift life

This app is great and I’m sure it will help me get on top of my eating, but unfortunately it seems to be hardwired to deal with days without regards to the end user. If I could set what time a “day” happens for me, it would go a long way to a better end-user experience! I’m a nightshift worker, so I wake up at 3pm and go to bed at 7am. For me, “breakfast” lands about 4pm, “lunch” is about 9pm, and “dinner” is while I’m at work, usually 2:30am. However, by the time I get around to putting in my lunch into the system, it’s already decided the day has ended and I’m starting a new day. I’d like to know how many kilojoules I’ve eaten since last I slept, not since some arbitrary time of night.

- Love this app!

I've been using this app for 18 months in conjunction with my Fitbit exercise tracker. The apps sync with each other so that I'm encouraged to exercise I order to increase the number of kilojoules I can eat. Fitness pal is very easy to use. You can scan barcodes, add your own recipes or meals, or just look up by name from the massive database. I find losing weight with this app relatively easy as long as you enter all your food BEFORE you put it in your mouth! I have several friends who now use this app and love it as much as I do!

- A great app but....

I just downloaded this after seeing that it was recommended on a fitness/food website. While there are ads that encourage you to go premium, there is not any information that actually states what it will cost per month, even after scrolling through the terms and conditions (I mean honestly, who ever does this?!?) While it is easy to sign up for the Premium free trial and cancel this before payment begins, there really needs to be more upfront info so that consumers can make an informed decision straight away.

- My fitness pal

Very easy to use and track what you’re eating, and the exercise completed. It can be personalised and updated or changed as desired.I love the reminder to log feature, it keeps me on track. It also tracks weight loss and your goal. This app is not only for weight loss but weight gain also. I have only marked 4* because of the payment feature required for more detailed information on what foods have fat protein or carbs in them . I am not a premium member as I can not afford to pay monthly for this but I assume it would make the app more user friendly and 5*.

- Best Health Tracking App On The Market!

After downloading a range of apps and paying premiums I’ve finally found the best in the game, this app has it all, calorie tracking, option to add your own recipes so that you can track your intake throughout the day and it also syncs your activity levels via Apple Watch etc. It really is a must have for a better lifestyle, you get all that without even paying a single cent! Can’t wait to upgrade to premium subscription to take full advantage. Well done team 💪🏾🔥

- Nope

Leaving my old review down the bottom, as I’m sure it’s still a valid point. But my new problem is with the cost of a premium subscription, 80$ per year, you must have a massive crack problem to expect people to pay that... surely you would help a lot more people with a lower price and also get a lot more subscribers. 80$Yearly is a joke I'm so sick of searching through 20 of the same thing looking for what is right. The foods that people input should be checked before it is turns up on everyone's list. Some of the calories are so far wrong it's pathetic... I have been using other calorie apps to double check the information on MFP. I don't care if I have to pay for it, if I find a better app, I won't be bothering with this anymore.

- Exercise confusion

Just downloaded the app yesterday and so far so good, will take a little getting used to see how good it really is in the long term. However one thing is when entering my exercise I wanted to enter sprinter lunges and side to side jumps but they were only in the strength sub category and didn’t calculate calories so I tried the cardio sub category and both exercises weren’t there at all so I have no idea of the calories I burned. Would it not be valuable to just have all the exercises in both sub categories ? and also enter number of reps as well/instead of minutes ?

- Excellent free app

I really love this free app as it syncs to my Fitbit to keep track of steps for exercise and calories burnt. The scanner is a great way to quickly scan foods for a food diary. Can be time consuming to add foods made from scratch at home or specific exercises at the gym, but makes you more accountable and aware of l everything you do. The free part gives me everything I've needed. Have used this app for a few years and still has recipes and weight history stored. Totally worth giving it a go.

- Subscription still restricts proper access

This app is ok but needs work. I bought premium subscription hoping I’d have more control but I could only turn needs feed off but the app still starts up in the home screen and not last open page (diary entry). It forces you to use the blog / news feed even if you only want to use the diary. It’s a shame really, paid subscription isn’t cheap and last thing we want is delay in entering food items when we have our hands full. The dates can get confusing as you must constantly remind yourself or try remember it's in USA format. My settings are all metric and Australia time but looks like date format is not changing for Australia.

- Was great now it crashes/freezes all the time!

I’ve been using this app for quite a while and it was great in the beginning. Would have rated 5/5. It has an extensive database of food and the barcode scanner is great. In the beginning it was very user friendly. However, now I can’t event enter a meal or scroll down the page without the app freezing or crashing all together. Flipping back through the days of the week causes the app to have a fit, it’s slow and it’s clunky. The freezing and number of crashes has frustrated me so much that I’ve started looking for another app to track my food and exercise. It’s been like this for months and I’m a bit fed up.

- Extremely disappointing customer service!

Paid one year upfront premium access. Got an email saying that due to security breach all customers were advised to reset their password. Did so and lost access to premium. Logged the issue with customer support and 5 days in nobody has been able to fix it. Been emailing back and forth and all I got back were standard pre written answers not even addressing what I had written in my email. On top of this in the FAQ section they point iTunes subscription buyers to Apple support and Apple clearly simply tells you they can’t do anything about it. Frustrating to say the least! Warning: Do not get yourself into a prepaid subscription with this app !!! Customer support is ridiculous!!!

- On track thanks to this app

Instead of thinking about food, what I can and can’t eat, I complete my daily info. All the information one can access is amazing. It is easy to navigate and it is fun exploring what it has to offer. Once I did my first week weigh in, I went straight to this to record my loss. Love it And my friend and I encourage each other through the link. I can see what she has been eating ha ha and just how active she has been. Sadly she has the same access to my data 🤪🤪

- Very poor value

On a whim I upgraded to premium, primarily because the base app nags you continuously to upgrade. By paying $80AUD I assumed that the user experience would be significantly improved, this is a lot of money for an app. Instead I was severely disappointed with the “features” you get from premium. The most frustrating part is the poor quality database of food items. Even basic common items aren’t available or don’t have logical portion sizes set up. Fat secret’s database is much more logical and complete. I am sorry to have wasted my money, and I’m disappointed that I could not get a refund when I realised what little I got for my money. My advice is to just use the free app or better still use the fatsecret calorie counter.

- Great help

As someone who has struggled with their weight, I find this app extremely useful. I set my goal for my weight and then daily monitor the numbers to ensure I don’t over eat. This is so helpful in particular when your extremely busy. It has helped me to become conscious of the food I eat in between meals and also the foods to stay away. I have a Garmin watch which tracks my activity. The integration between the Garmin and this app is cool. I know at the end of the day whether I’m in the positive or negative based on how much exercise and how much food I’ve eaten.

- Pay premium yet get nothing

Don’t download this app if you’re upgrading to premium. You will end up paying for a monthly subscription that you can’t even access! I’m so sick of paying monthly premium subscription payments and yet my actual app asks me to upgrade and I don’t get the premium features! I have in the past tried contacting their help desk and had to follow up three times before I got a response. Yet again it’s asking me to upgrade when my subscription already shows I’ve paid! That’s unacceptable. I’ve used this app for years but I’m so sick and tired of having this issue. I’m now refusing to use it. Why should I make others rich for a product they don’t even give what we are paying for.

- Changes for the better?

This app seems to have changed a lot since I last used in 2015 and not sure for the better. The addition of premium services is ok but seems to constantly push this upgrade option. It’s early days but the interface seems more complex than I last remember it, perhaps the additional of more and more information just creates noise with little value. Anyway let’s see how it goes for tracking calories, which it did a great job of in 2015. Hopefully all the new dials and switches makes it better but still a good and simple user experience

- Some problems getting correct measurements in metric system

You do know that most of the world uses the Metric system right? Well this app forgets that. Even though you might change it to metric and for the most part it does display information in this format. When adding food it does not, you still have to manually convert it over yourself. Really a poor oversight from a developer viewpoint. Obvious that it was developed for an American market.

- No Stars!!

New update expects me to login and accept conditions every time I open the app. Then it took me forever to find support section where I could actually type MY problem, rather than selecting one of the many known problems. Then after finally completing their security ‘I am not a robot’ steps, they wouldn’t let me submit the email page until, again, I had to look through all of their known problems and click ‘they were no help’. You obviously don’t want to know from people using your app about the bugs in your app. But you want all of our data! I don’t want you to have my data. You do not need my data, unless you are selling it, which you do not have my permission to do!

- GLITCHES

i love this app, however it always kicks me out and glitches and doesn’t let me in before the app shuts down and boots me out!!! i’m getting extremely frustrated as i can’t log my food entries for the day... this has been happening for days on end... i’ve tried re downloading it and re starting my phone but nothing changes. The app has great features and really works well for me, but with the horrible glitches and not letting me in the app for more then 2 seconds before kicking me out... i can’t even give this app more then a 1 star. i’ve been using this for two weeks and it makes me quite mad as all my progress is on there and now i can’t access it. 😡😡😡😡😡😡

- Great app with one fatal flaw.

This is a great app, the developers have put a lot of thought into how it functions. It cleverly calculates your daily calorie intake along with exercise management to reach a goal. The fatal flaw with this app is that you can’t specify custom serving sizes like many other apps of this type. The developers have suggested a clunky work around to the problem, but isn’t efficient. I would probably pay the subscription fee to use this app if allowed me to specify the weight of my food. Especially because there are other great partner apps associated with this one. Such a shame.

- Glitching and getting kicked out

I absolutely love this app, I have the free version and I love it. I love how accurate it is and how it allows you to track everything. Although I’ve had this app for a few weeks now and recently for the past few days whenever I try to log my workout routines, I get kicked out of the entire app. I’ve tried everything but it just won’t let me log anything, it’s really frustrating because I don’t want to delete the app, as I have over a months worth of information logged on it and I like the app itself. But I feel like it’s useless to have the app if I can’t even access it 🙄

- Simple and accountable

I’ve tried heaps of ways to lose weight and in the end decided there’s no easy way. Just watch what and how much I eat and if I can, move more. And MyFitnessPal is THE VERY BEST and easiest/simplest way to do it. I have to account for what I eat and it gives me a chance to change my eating plans to fit my calories remaining. No one can tell me anymore you don’t have to count calories....... for me that just hasn’t worked. Love MyFitnessPal! ❤️🌟❤️

- Small description on meal choice

Usually when picking from a list of food, there are over 10 and you have to pick the one best suited to you. I love this app but I honk it could be that little bit better if there were small descriptions saying what the food was. For e.g: this morning I was listing the eggs Benedict that I had. There are many different options but I wasn’t sure if the one I picked included 1 or 2 eggs, bacon or ham, 1 or 2 pieces of bread nor if it came with hollandaise sauce :) I think this would be a huge improvement Thankyou

- Great, but keeps pushing me to premium

Great app that tracks food intake, exercise, weight and other basic metrics. It is simple and intuitive to use, although a picture of the food would help determine which is the closest match. It has millions (literally) of food items, but it means your chicken salad will have 20 variations. Which one is closest to YOUR chicken salad? Other than that, and the constant drive to upgrade me to premium and the expected yet annoying adds, it’s very much a handy tool to help you with your goals.

- Great free app and resource - quite buggy (at times)

MyFitnessPal is a great free food tracking app and a great food database (avoiding manual input). Only downside is that it’s quite buggy at times. Feature request: it’s annoying that I can’t add food to a meal and have my search results come from any meal history (and not just the meal I’m in). For example if I eat bacon and eggs for dinner and I try to add bacon to meal 3, my search won’t show the bacon that I eat every weekend as part of meal 1. It’s super annoying that my meals and choices are inconsistent.

- Premium rip off

Was a great app- still is to some extent and I’ve been using it for over 7 years but the cost of the premium upgrade for what’s offered is actually laughable, there are plenty of other food tracking apps that offer the ability to more closely track your macros without paying $15 a month... I’m thinking it’s time I actually start seriously looking at what the others have to offer- and no I have no interest in paying $80 upfront every year either, as a one off I would have considered it or if there was considerably more content offered maybe but $80 a year or $15 a month is beyond greedy- will stop recommending this as a good tracking app

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- Love this App!

This app is so helpful in keeping me on track.

- My Fitness Pal Review

Still learning how to use it but it is a GREAT APP so far! If possible, it would be nice to have an occupation category to be able to see how many calories you would approximately burn at work. Also, would be nice if you were able to share recipes so you don't have to enter all ingredients manually, twice. For example my husband and I are using the app and eating the same dishes.

- Registration error

When signing up, once i fill out the page with my bday on it, it dosent take me to the next page and when i press the arrow on the top right an error pops up saying that the account cannot be registered

- Bloated Social Network with added fitness tracker

Within MyFitnessPal is an excellent calorie tracker and food diary. Unfortunately, it’s hidden within a giant monstrosity of ads, blog spam, social networking features, and prompts to upgrade to a premium subscription service. Even just allowing the food diary to be the default screen (via a setting) will go a long way to convince users like me who will _never_ want any of the social features.

- Watch out for extra charges!

I cancelled my monthly plan and the next month was charged for a full year of premium, the kicker is that my app is still asking me to upgrade and I still have the basic plan. I contacted the company and got crickets....

- Eh

This app is probably really amazing but it won't let me create an account even if I try logging in with facebook

- Great

Wonderful way to track meals and monitor calories.

- Sign your rights away

Too much data is collected from users. I’d rather pay but have my health-related data stored locally tbh.

- Shame on you!

Shame on you My Fitness Pal for forcing users to consent to sharing their data if they want to use the app. If you don’t want your data shared My Fitness Pal wont let you use their app! They don’t even tell you who they are sharing your data with!

- Virus warning in iOS, poor use of ad providers- DELETED app right away

And to think, I was about to go premium and pay $10.00 per month. STAY AWAY from this app

- Used to be helpful - now just disguising.

Since UA takeover this app has become a shadow of former self. Privacy invading, money hungry social network that left its first users (myself included) in the dirt after they helped build its massive food database. The app wants me to pay to take advantage of its features, many of which exist because others like me spent hours of ours lives adding bar codes and editing nutritional information of hundreds of products. We did this for free to help support a great app that could in return help us in our journeys. We didn’t need ads, social network features and surely we didn’t want to excessively share or personal info.( Never mind data breaches.) And sure as hell we didn’t expect that one day the very app we helped build will ask us to pay for the stuff we put into it. Thanks but no thanks. I’m out. Disgusting.

- This app is not worth the sub.

I’m tired of the clunky controls and the constant errors when I scan barcodes. Really not seeing the value in a sub anymore. This is not worth $74/year. Please add a prompt if someone swipes down to cancel creating a recipe. It is so easy to accidentally swipe down instead of hitting the arrow thinking that will cancel adding an ingredient and instead it cancels the recipe and all of your progress is lost. The app should ask you whether you want to cancel creating a recipe before it just erases it. Also, I should be able to submit fixes for wrong information or add new foods while creating a recipe without needing to exit out and start over. Also, about a quarter to half of the things I scan lately are wrong. It makes the barcode scanner pretty useless if you need to take the time to submit a correction to all of the nutritional information anyway. I don’t know if this is a Canada vs US problem or what but in some cases it’s not even the same product at all. Also, why on earth can I not update the incorrect serving size while I am updating the rest of the incorrect nutritional information? It’s ridiculous. I feel like this app just keeps adding new features but ignores all of the problems with their existing features. You are known for having an extensive database of foods that can be scanned easily. Please take the time to quality control that database or it doesn’t matter how many foods it has in it.

- Slow

This app has crippling performance and stability issues. Also the “onbording” instructions can’t be dismissed all at once, which is annoying. Just get me to the app and I’ll find out how it works!

- Unstable

I use this a lot and it's a good and useful app. Unfortunately it is frequently slow to respond, leaving me poking at the screen over and over. It also freezes completely quite often so it has to be forced to quit and then restarted. Also, the cost of the ad free version is shockingly high so that would be out of the question even if it worked better. I've waited months for these problems to be addressed but it looks at this point like that won't happen.

- Latest Update is Bad!

Since the last update to the app, it’s become really slow to respond. Takes forever to log stuff. Not happy.

- Was good until recently

One of the most recent updates seems to have completely messed up the app. It freezes a lot now, decides to lose data, the barcode scanner portion randomly stopped working for a day, just the most random glitches, it used to be so stable and reliable please fix I want to like this app again!

- Not my preferred

1. The app asks to login frequently and not clear what triggers that. 2. The ads repels users and do not make them pay. Probably some other policy is better such as removing some options like logging water and posting to community. 3. The font is too small it would be good to add an option in settings to allow users choose a bigger size.

- Annoying "personalization" update

Since last update the app keeps asking authorization for "precise location-based content". There's no option to refuse, just "accept" or "remind me later". I'm a premium user and don't want any location based content. Rating 1 star until I get an option to disable / refuse personalized content.

- Selling yourself

In order to use the app you must agree that they are allowed to collect sensitive data and sell it to others and you have to agree that they can sell your information within the USA. Keep yourself and your information safe. Do not use this app

- Share feature disappeared during recent update

After the recent update the share feature Has disappeared. This is vital feature please bring it back otherwise this app is excellent

- Crappy app

After putting in my birthdate and postal code it doesn’t move on to the next page and when I hit the arrow in the top right corner it says I’m able to register.

- Horrible

This is where Ed’s starts I’m 5’8 and 120 pounds and they told me to eat 1200 calories which is 800 calories to low

- Battery Drain.

Uses a lot of battery power. Great app, but hate using it due to battery being extremely used.

- Gone downhill over the years.

Under armour has mobilized the absolute hell out of this app. So many ads, at least make pReMIUm a 1 time payment to get rid of them. New UI is very disconnected from iOS 13’s theme. Radial menu is bloated, simple things that were once free are now hidden behind a pay wall. Let me see my fricking macros on the main screen instead of some half assed social media attempt. You already sell our data. You don’t need our premium.

- Jumping ship

I’ve been a user since 2012. After losing all my progress photos from the past 3 years, and after putting up with how ridiculously slow, clunky and buggy the app has been lately, I’ve decided to switch apps. MFP ain’t what it used to be.

- Doesn’t sync with Apple Health

They need to fix the integration with Apple Health. Premium subscription services are not worth it without this support. I’ve re installed several times. Too late to cx because I’ve already paid. I like the app a lot but not being able to pull data from Apple health makes the yearly subscription fee simply not worth it.

- really gone downhill

been a user for 4 years since before the UnderArmor acquisition, ever since they’ve stopped making improvements and it shows. in 2020 the app looks and feels very clunky and the user experience is generally quite poor. all the ads and blog posts certainly don’t help and the amount they charge for the premium subscription to get rid of them is ridiculous. i’ve tried it and it is not worth the money. use LoseIt instead

- drains battery and overheats phone

this drains my battery more than any other app and after 5 mins of using the app my new iphone overheats! please fix

- Won’t let you opt out

This app is great but won’t let you opt out of having personal data forwarded for advertising so I deleted the app.

- Not using anymore

I used this app on and off for years. Now that they want to collect and share my personal information...with their affiliates, sorry I’m just not going to agree to that. Used to be a great app.

- Constant crashes

I would hope that an app this old and well used would have the bugs ironed out, but this is not that case. Whenever I try to add food or create a recipe using the scan barcode feature, I either get a “sorry we couldn’t find a match” error or the entire app crashes. It was working fine for the first 2 days of use, but now it’s unusable.

- Too messy

The food database is full of duplicates and mistakes and other inaccurate or incomplete information. It’s not worth it to me to track if I’m not getting accurate nutritional info.

- Crashing a lot now

Latest version of the app on the latest OS results in crashing about 80% of the time when entering food.

- Help

It keeps saying I can’t sign up. Like am I too young? Is it not allowed in Canada or something? Why can’t I sign up

- Don’t read these reviews

The number of fake 5-star reviews recently is astounding. I wouldn’t trust these anymore, take them with a grain of salt. Obviously UA is paying a small army to keep the 5-star generic “great app!” reviews constant and plentiful.

- Riddled with issues and heavy censorship

There is never not an issue with this place. Something is constantly not working. Add to the fact that the moderators are always watching and this place is heavily censored, it’s just not enjoyable anymore. It used to be a great community where people supported one another, but everyone has left due to the fact that the app makes logging difficult as it is always broken, and also due to having to always watch what you say. 4 years ago I would give it 5 stars but today not even 1.

- Crashes on launch

Crashes on Launch every time. iPhone X running 12.2. Tried killing app and restarting phone. Still crashing on 4/30 update. Tried reinstalling too

- Crashed after the recent update

I downloaded the app again and tried to login using the same username and password and it didn’t bring me to the homepage and stuck at updating info

- the recent update ruined it

I can’t login. I deleted and redownloaded the app and still no luck. I lost all my previous food logs. Very annoying and frustrating.

- Autofill for Nutrition Facts

I like this app. I use it for 4 years now. However, it only lacks one function to make it really complete and I can assign 5 stars: when an automatic filling function? Given the notoriety of this application, I don’t understand that there is still no function "Automatic Filling" for the section "Nutritional Facts" using the camera for scanning the Nutritional Information Table on products! Even the application "Lose It!" has this function :-) Don’t confuse with the function, already existing in MFP, which allows to scan a bar code to retrieve the list of products (often very long!) in MFP database.

- Registration

No way to sign up, it won’t even let me put in an email but also doesn’t work when you try to go through Facebook.

- Bad

I cannot register myself

- Can’t make an account

It’s says it is unable to make an account right now. Are other people having this problem and will it be fixed.

- Umm...

I got onto it, logged in to my Under Armour account from another app, and then an alert case up that it “couldn’t log me in at this time” or something.

- App works very well!

Bar code scanning rarely fails to match a barcode to a product. Many other feature work well.

- ...

I developed an eating disorder because of this application. I experienced anorexia for 2 years. This application should no longer exist. To be in shape, you just have to eat healthy and be active everyday. You don’t have to count every calorie you eat.

- Dennis

I enjoy this app. My wife and I both use it. When we first started using it we were able to share meals. Now, there must have been an update but we can’t share anymore. I wish they would bring back sharing. It’s saved us lots of time

- Bof

L’app est plus ou moins instinctive et je l’ai surtout installé pour avoir l’équivalence en calorie des aliments. Mais comme il y a tellement d’aliments dans la banque de données, on s’est pas sur quoi se fier. (Dès qu’on est plus dans des aliments emballés (avec une marque et avec les rapports nutritifs fournis), il y a trop d’informations contradictoires.))

- Glitchy & won’t synch, poor IT support

Was great when I started using it four years ago. Now, however, won’t synch with other devices or apps....EVER! When contact IT to report glitches & problems no fixes...both my husband & myself have contacted them several times with nothing changing or fixes completed. Terrible & useless app

- Long time user.. no more

Was a great app years ago but lost capability to the premium subscription... which wasn’t a deal breaker. Last year after an update the app would drain my phone battery so fast that it had to choose wisely when to use it and to spend as little time as possible in the app. I spent months waiting around hoping for an update and that it was just a bug. But that day never came. The app also became very slow when using which was an awful mix with the battery drain. So, onto another calorie tracker. ✌️

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- Do it, Log it, Be it

My son is very under weight and we had trouble keeping the weight on him. He is non-verbal, can only eat smooth food items or shakes, and doesn’t really communicate that he is hungry. We offered food and hoped he ate some of it. It was a random approach and not too successful. We needed an application that we could use at home that would make it easier to keep track of calories and nutrition on a daily basis. MyFitnessPal was recommended by a nutritionist a few months ago and we’ve been using it ever since. The barcode scanner makes it fast to record nutritional information on packaged food. I just figured out the Mobil phone app - big time saver. We are still trying to figure out custom food items and how to record his weights. Instructions are found by separately Googling. It would be nice to have better instructions within the app. BTW he gained 4 lbs in 5 months so tracking was the key. It made us do a better job ensuring the food was consumed.

- Very useful, easy, pleasant interface

First, love the new update so I can hit "Nutrition" at the top of the screen rather than scrolling to the bottom, since that's what I want to see most. I've been using this app for many years; it's the best to fit my need to casually track what I eat just to be more aware of how much protein, sugar, iron, etc. I'm getting in general. It's really easy to use, the food database has a huge variety of options, and the fact that you can add your own nutritional information from personal recipes is handy. I've never gone for the upgrade because it already fits what I need perfectly but I definitely see how someone might like the perks of Premium, like knowing patterns of what times of day you eat certain things and breaking down your food into categories of protein, sugar, etc. It would be useful if I cared about being more specific and intentional but for my need to just casually be aware of how my nutrition is, the free version is super.

- Can’t live without

I’ve been a yo-yo dieter for a good portion of my life. One thing I can’t stand is going on a diet, because then I sabotage myself by having something that is not “on plan.” With MyFitnessPal, everything is “on plan,” because I’m holding myself accountable. I know I shouldn’t want or give into the need to have a cookie, but I’m human, and I do. By tracking my food, I am more than satisfied with my one (or two 😇) cookies because I know what happens when I eat more and that it’s not going to help me lose weight. Every time I get back on MyFitnessPal, I lose weight. I lost 50 lbs. in a little over 6 months to get pregnant with my son. Well, I fell into the pregnancy cravings, and then went through a lot of stress eating after having him to the point that I gained 75 pounds back. I’m back on MyFitnessPal for about 6 months now and I’m down 40 pounds. Yes, I still have a lot to go, but I know I’m going to get there because this works. It’s not a diet, it’s a lifestyle change.

- Great app! Could be even better...

I love this app! I have been using it for almost a year and I’ve lost more than 50 pounds! It has a great database of foods, including raw ingredients, packaged foods, restaurant foods, etc. It’s very easy to enter your meals. I use the recipe feature a ton too. My biggest complaint is I want to be able to COPY a recipe. I often want to make a slightly different version or test out the effect of switching up ingredients without losing the original version. I also wish it was better at auto-selecting things from the database for the recipes - especially things I use often. For instance I cook a lot of low carb things for my diabetic husband using almond flour or artificial sweeteners. Every time I do I have to scroll through 20 versions of them to find the right one. It would be great if it would remember my previous choices as a first option. Overall it’s a great app that has made a real difference in my health. Keep up the great work!

- Love the app, but its calories are off

I love this app. I have used it for weight gain and weight loss. The barcode reading feature is awesome. With this, I am about to plan my entire day’s worth of meals in one sitting occasionally. Every once and a while, I can fit in one junk food meal during the day, which just means I have to eat less during other meals that day, but its that ability that makes losing weight easier. My one significant complaint, which is why it gets 4 stars from me is that it does a horrible job at calculating how many calories you should eat. When I have used it for gaining weight, it has said 3100ish when its more around 2700ish and for losing weight it has told me I should eat too little. That said, if you put in the leg work of using a TDEE calculator and/or do a 3 day count then use this app as a food diary/macro tracker to reach the calories and macros you want then it is great. Most recently I have lost around 10lbs using this app.

- Buggy mess unfortunately

App is the best dieting app out there but lacks stability. It has the biggest database of food but it’s so laggy you’ll lose your patience trying to enter food into the diary. App will sometimes crash 2-3 times just trying to open it, and God forbid you switch out of it to answer a message and then switch back to it. Lag lag lag. I originally used this app to lose a ton of weight and have used it to maintain and log food ever since. But some days i just don’t have the patience for its bugs. I’ve used it on the last five iPhone models and it just gets buggier and buggier as time goes by. Part of its problem is that everything it does is web based, so if you are somewhere where you have poor signal forget trying to log your food until you can be home on WiFi. Even then it’s going to take several minutes of crashes and lag after each and every entry so be prepared to do nothing else until you get everything logged. The developers need to stop adding new features and work on the app’s stability and performance. Trust me, try some other food logging apps too.

- Highly recommend for Keto beginners

This has been so awesome to use! I had stopped seeing results in my diet and found this app when looking to figure out what I was doing wrong. I am diabetic and trying the Keto diet, and using the premium features, I have been very grateful to be able to see the breakdown of my fats, proteins, and carbs. My reason for 4 stars is based solely on the fact that it can sometimes be difficult to add foods when they are homemade. I make a lot of my own recipes at home and find that I end up having to list the main ingredients for each meal. I really wish I could add my own recipes that I have created. There might even be a way to do this, but it hasn’t been easy to figure out. Overall, if you are trying Keto, or just trying to get healthy and lose extra weight, this app is awesome. The feature for adding foods using the barcodes has to be one of my favorite. This has really helped me to visualize my daily, weekly, and long term goals with structure and confidence. Highly recommended app!

- Good for tracking Nutrition but has some issues.

I started using this app because I thought it would be a good way to track nutrition. I am vegetarian and I’d like to make sure that I’m getting what I need. This app is great for that but I have some issue with some things due to my history of having eating disorders. I don’t typically weigh myself but I do know my approximate weight because of doctor visits. I put “maintain weight” and this app gave me a “goal” weight of 15lbs lighter than current weight. I will note here that my current BMI (according to google) is 25, which is technically overweight, but I’m okay with that. I am able to do what I want to do, and when I am NOT being told that I’m technically overweight, I usually like how I look. I’m actually pretty upset about this, because I am not trying to lose weight actively because historically it’s caused me to lapse back into bad habits that are detrimental to my physical and mental health. If there’s a way to remove that “goal” weight I’d appreciate if someone told me how to do so because looking at it is makes worried that I’ll take it to heart.

- Good until data loss

Liked the app. It has a great nutrition database. However, with the upgrade to iOS 11 I lost 18 months of weight data and progress photos. Big loss after investing in the premium service and lots of time logging my progress. The company offered no support and no credit offer. Seems they should have a better solution for backing up user data and reimporting after mishaps. Seems also they should have tested the app with the iOS 11 update process. My one star is for the poor data storage and recovery and for the poor customer service. Update: support got back to me with the recommendation to reinstall and the history including pictures were restored. Better solution this time so app stars increased to three. Still cumbersome solution and it took six support emails and two different support reps to get to this. Would have done it myself except the app delete message said that all data would be deleted.

- Even for the Casual Tracker

I admit I am not a hardcore training kind of guy. But, even at my level of mild (really mild) training, and paying mediocre attention to what I eat, the FitnessPal app is very useful. I do try to pay attention to making my entries, and because of that, I do watch my calories more so that I would do otherwise. When I run out of my allotted calories, I pretty much stop eating for the day. Beneficial from two standpoints: 1) I know what my calorie intake should be, and 2) I actually pay attention to it, from a consumption standpoint. So, even though I am not enthusiastically training, I am also not just eating everything thinking it is okay. Just the awareness and self-imposed accountability of tracking is far better than a lackluster approach of paying no attention at all. I also count my steps, which is personally satisfying, and have my FitnessPal cross-linked to Map My Ride, which my wife and I enjoy using, also. Thanks for both!!

- So far I love it

Trying to lose weight. I hate dieting, I hate tracking nutrition intake, because it is such a pain. But we’re in a new age, this is sooooo much better, simpler, easier than the old notebook with looking up nutrition & calories on the computer. I love tracking everything now. You get credit for exercise, looking up food is easy to do, I always have my phone with me... This makes monitoring calories in - calories burned so effortless. It is easy to get caught up in exact #s for each nutrition but I use this as a good guesstimate on calories, carbs, protein, and fat to keep me on track. I can easily go back and edit prior day. I can see weekly totals. I’ve been trying to eat more protein and fat and less carbs but fell off wagon for sugar over the holidays and overdoing with healthy fats have been making me fatter. “In order to control something we need to first measure it.” This app helps me with this. I’m on the 5-2 diet, so fasting 2 days, eating 3 meals, 5 days, monitoring and increasing protein. So far, so good.

- I’m addicted

I gained 10 pounds (and I was already 20 pounds past my ideal weight - ugh) during the pandemic and decided to take the bull by the horns. After researching different diets and plans like WW and Noom, I found that calorie control and the power of community are some of the key elements that made those programs successful. I came across My Fitness Pal as a free calorie counting app and loaded it. Then I called my best friend and asked her to be my diet buddy. It’s amazing what 3 days of tracking every morsel I put in my mouth has given me. Who knew olive oil is 120 calories/tbsp?? What I love best about the program so far is the ability to load recipes from anywhere on the web. I wish I could do it from my phone! It’s a great shortcut to loading every ingredient separately and so handy for things I make over and over. I also love that I can have Map My Walk communicate the calories I burn directly to my daily diary. I’ve only just started to use the app but it’s brilliant. The more info I input the more indispensable it becomes.

- Great but Missing a few things

I’ve used this app consistently for over two years and generally speaking, it’s very helpful for tracking calories i’m giving me a good picture of the nutrients I’ve consumed each day. I realize I use the free version so the features I wish it had may be included in the version you pay for. I follow a Mediterranean based diet per the recommendation of my physician. The free version doesn’t differentiate between added sugars and natural sugars. I have to eat a banana every day for the potassium and work hard to include a variety of fruits in my diet. every day I get a message that I’m eating too much sugar because of the (natural) sugar in the fruit I eat. The app also tells me I am eating too much fat if I eat an avocado and some olive oil in the same day. These are healthy fats and are encouraged for the diet plan I follow. I just ignore these messages, but for someone just starting out or someone who is easily affected by those messages, it may be worth exploring the paid version or a different app.

- Perfect App but Please Fix Crashing Issue!

I’ve only been using this app for a week and have, no joke, lost 4 pounds (hopefully 5 by the end of the week which is my goal). I’ve been wanting to lose 30 pounds now for the last couple years but had no direction until I found this app. You can plan and adjust your food schedule each day to find what works for you and helps you lose weight at the same time. It also is a good learning experience because I had no idea half the crap I was eating was as much calories as it was - it’s great. You can also upload private progress pics and see how you change day by day. I’ve already seen some subtle changes in my waistline. Can’t say enough good things but please fix the crashing issue!! I can’t go on for more than 5-10 minutes at a time without it crashing on me. Good thing this app doesn’t require a ton of time on it otherwise I would have deleted it by now.

- This App is not stable on my iPad

I have used this app faithfully for almost five years and I have come to hate it. I’m looking for alternatives. And, yes, I have paid for premium coverage which has netted me nothing in support from Under Armour. Examples? On my iPhone I have linked the app with Health Data. I record my exercise from my linked Apple Watch. The MyFitnessPal on my phone reflects my exercise, but it’s 50-50 whether the exercise data gets replicated to MyFitnessPal’s server. So, my exercise data does NOT always show up on my iPad or on the MyFitnessPal website. Under Armour’s support team blames my setup or blames Apple. Seriously? Why would it work on my iPhone but not get replicated to MyFitnessPal’s server? How is that my problem? How is it Apple’s? My latest gripe about MyFitnessPal? The app dies on my iPad mini. Seriously? Yes, I enter my daily data and when I hit the complete button (upper right book-shaped icon) the app dies. Doesn’t Under Armour test their app?

- Too many clicks

Waaay too many clicks to get to the scanner. Unless I haven’t been able to find something that is there after over a year, there’s no way to just scan an item to store for future input without logging it into the diary. Sometimes, like when you’re shopping bulk at the market, you just need the information for later. I don’t see how that’s possible. Also, of course MFP has a huge database of foods, but using whole and fresh foods to put together recipes is extremely cumbersome. For example, a homemade granola bar recipe could have a lot of hidden, unnecessary calories, but it’s a lot of trouble to enter everything in the correct measurements to equal one serving. I feel like I should enter an exercise count after each recipe, it’s such a process. Taking 10 minutes to enter ingredients from a home cooked meal does not incentivize me to use this app anymore. And importing recipes does no good, because since every person is different, every recipe has to be modified in some way, usually over several ingredients. Looking elsewhere.

- Great way to log / track your food intake

This is a very convenient app when it comes to logging you food for the day, the UPC reader is especially convenient for quickly and accurately logging any type of health prepackaged foods when you're on the go. I recently purchased the Microsoft band which I thought would interact with this app. Unfortunately it isn't quite there yet, it does log my steps from my phone but unfortunately I don't always have my phone on me so the band it likely much more accurate... Although you can add your physical exercise manually in the app so it's more of a convenience issue that anything... Overall this is a great app that I have been using for quite some time (well before it was sponsored by under armor)... I recently (last 3 months) purchased the full upgraded version of the app to track macros as well as additional features and tracking abilities... best $50 I’ve ever spent on my own health!!!!

- If you have any hope of losing weight? Use fitnesspal

I finally got to using MyFitnessPal a couple days ago and I feel so inspired. It is like a visually representation of how much to eat, and how much exercise to do to balance it out. Like a video game, when you are out of calories, you exercise to lower them down. I can even make my workout routine on the app that I can just log when I do it every day. Also, on the main page there are blogs and tests on healthy meals and fitness. These are really good to help you stay healthy an inspired. The only thing that ruins all this greatness, is the fitness pal pro. They advertise it, and even lock some actions to get you to buy the pro. Though are not pushy about it, it still is a little frustrating There is also other small ads on the app, too. These are also easy to avoid, but frustrating as well. All in all it is the best app out there for your health, so definitely try it out.

- Premium Subscription

I understand two things with the nature of free trials and subscriptions. If you forget about them they over charge and do it without notification. This is the first app review I’ve ever done, not only because I was charged for a YEAR subscription after one month of trial (They could have just charged me 9.99 for another month instead of taking the last bit of money I’d had available for kids shoes). Listen, I understand that I should have set a reminder and cancelled my subscription like an adult, but sometimes things get busy and we forget. Thus, me trying to contact a human via phone or email (not picky here...just a human). I tried thrice to email and was refused the privilege of sending it because the app rerouted me to learning how to cancel my account. Trust me...I already did that. I just wanted to see if I could contact a human to explain the frustration, and yet I’m now reduced to having to send a negative review in a public forum - and kind of hate myself for it, but if you can’t even let me email you...? 😏 ...and the interface in-app is pretty much the most basic and lacking even the SMALLEST amount of visual enjoyment. So there’s that.

- Useful - limited but meets basic need

This is a useful app for tracking progress. It’s a bit cumbersome on the exercise and Food/intake counters because it takes so long to find a matching workout / food. But for a free app - it definitely solves the tracking problem with multiple factors (unlike other free apps ) A bit Annoying that it refuses to reduce calories below 1200 even if you’re a very small , older woman and doesn’t give you the option decide whether or not you want exercise calories to be added to your daily count when you workout. So in the first weeks I was maintaining and started gaining until I realized what was going on. It also didn’t properly integrate with the weight gurus scale and I think it messed up the records because everything was working great before I “integrated” but now the history gets wiped out when I make changes in this app. Ugh! One very valuable feature is the macros calculator and the fact that you can control your percentages for your goals. Overall - a good app definitely worth trying !

- PLEASE ADD A NET CARBS SETTING!!!

This app is so awesome in terms of the food database which is the main reason that I use it. But I am on a strict and permanent low carb/keto diet. This app does NOT give me an accurate consumption of my daily carbs because it doesn’t include net carbs. YES, I realize that you can just subtract fiber from total carbs but this is NOT what is used to determine your daily macros. Some days my macros will show that I had between 11-15% carbohydrate consumption for the day when almost 2/3 of that amount is fiber (aka carbs that DO NOT affect blood sugar). It’s really disappointing and discouraging to not have a setting that allows me to implement my personal goals. Please add a net carbs setting and this app will be perfect! I am contemplating whether or not to continue subscribing to the premium. I will definitely cancel my subscription if a net carb setting is not implemented within the next few months because I simply cannot keep track of my goals without that.

- Security breach!!

This company has had security breaches but I found out from other sources. They force me to accept giving them location and I get a pop up from Apple letting me know they're stalking me. I have "never" set up in my settings so listen to Apple. They'll let you know that this app is following you everywhere so they can send ads. It's important you not give this company any personal information because they were BREACHED and I had to find this out FROM MY BANK!! Since the breach, I'm getting hundreds of porn emails and spam. BEWARE! YOU'RE BEING FOLLOWED and if you have had an account with them for awhile, your email and all your weight, foods and other personal info are on the dark net. Your weight is on the dark net and you'll get porn related to your weight. It's seriously disgusting what they've allowed to happen and all they needed too do is tell us they'd been hacked. Why wouldn't the developers tell people this yet and more importantly, WHY was our information left unsecured?? When people at a company take our personal info, we should have a reasonable expectation of security. Not these developers but will they tell you??? Nope!!

- The weight loss suggestions are crap

The only thing this is good for is keeping track of calories burned and calories eaten but even then it seems like everything is a guesstimate. Especially the fitness tracker, it never matches what the machines say and someone’s weight can cause more or less calories to be burned. I hate their suggestions for weight loss- I put in my weight, weight goal, how quickly I want to reach that goal, and activity level (which when I started was basically none). They suggested a certain calorie limit but after about two years their suggestions haven’t done crap. I stick to healthy eating and went as far as going back to how I ate when I was skinnier- no beef or pork, no pasta or bread, no sugar or junk food. I gained weight so I started working out and dancing again and in two years of following their suggestions and even trying their meal suggestions I’ve only lost two pounds AFTER I went back to dancing. My life has to revolve around working out now, even to the point I bought fitness equipment for work. I’m convinced they gave me the wrong calorie intake suggestion.

- Great Overall App and Worth the Monthly

I’ve been using this app for a little over two weeks now and it is an absolute life changer. I’ve been struggling to maintain the necessary nutrition for my weight loss goals because I have never found a consistent convenient way to track calories and macro nutrients (protein, carbs, fats). This app is AMAZING! It makes calorie counting not only convenient, but also kind of fun. Additionally, it helps me take my nutrition beyond just calorie counting and breaks my meals up across the macros based on goals I have set. If you are using some other app/ system to do this, I would be hard pressed to believe it works as well or even close to as well as this one does. I don’t think I’ve even discovered all the capabilities this app offers, but when I do I’ll be sure to share. Definitely can’t go wrong with this app by your side. I have to give a big thanks to whoever designed it.

- This app is great! A couple of things though...

For logging purposes, this app is great. There are very few things that aren’t in their library of logged foods, and I also enjoy the fact that you can add unlimited recipes in it for easier logging for home cooked foods! The interface seems to be a little outdated and could be improved, but in terms of actual usage, this app trumps any other food logging app. The one thing that I would change is the progress section. I don’t like how all my progress pics I take through the app get truncated; I started taking my own pics using the camera app, which I feel like I shouldn’t have to do. You also cannot add measurements in the app (like chest, hips, waist circumferences). You can do it in the website, but it’s so much easier if I could do it all at once on the app. Overall though, I’m very pleased with this app. And a GIANT plus is that I don’t feel like I need the premium in order to get everything that I need!

- Customer service?

Is there a way to directly ask questions about the app? I didn’t see an option to contact the developers anywhere. I’m mostly just confused whether Im using the application wrong or if this is a glitch of some sort. I have my goal set to “gain” weight. For some reason it always displays for me that I have gained 9 pounds in one day. Not possible. And also I have lost weight not gained weight and even though I update my weight in there it is still displaying numbers that don’t pertain to me or make any sense. It also notifies me when I lose and displays it with a green arrow as if it was my goal to lose weight... even though I clearly see my progress and what weight I have typed in, it still displays everything incorrectly. I only use this app to do a calorie count and make sure I’m eating over my recommended amount. The rest of the features are just frustrating to use. Any person can figure out that starting at 89, then going to 93, then to 90 would not mean that you have gained 9 pounds.

- GREAT!!! Everything I need for free!

Love this app. Immensely better than when I tried it years ago. I lost weight on Noom and love them and their app immensely. But I’m on my own now and tried LifeSum but it didn’t allow me to enter cups or tsp or tbsp most of the time. I like those measures because I cook and it’s easy for me to estimate. I heard MyFitnessPal was better so I tried it again and it’s the app for me. It is easy, quick, smart, tracks steps from my iPhone, and today it compelled me to write a review because I was so happy when I hit ‘complete my diary for the day’ and it told me if every day was like that one I would lose 5 lbs in 4 weeks. So it is encouraging too! Free version also warns me when I’m eating something unhealthy and how it fits or doesn’t with my goals. It also gives me my nutrient measurements for FREE and there are A LOT of nutrients listed. I can create meals and it’s easy to pick foods I ate recently. Thanks app devs!!!

- Guess kids aren’t allowed to lose weight

I’m 14 and I’m not overweight I’m just trying to lose weight before track season. I wanted an app to start tracking my calories and downloaded this because I like under armor. The problem was each time it wanted me to sign up it asked for my age, and when I put my actually age, it denied it. So I tired a birthday above the age of 18 and it let me in. Normally I would be ok with that because I have to input a fake age for a lot of things. But it says that we need to put our age for an accurate measurement of calories. So if I lie about my age then how is it going to give me an accurate data? Also what’s the harm in a kid under 18 losing weight? I want this app so I can lose weight without ruining my growth by eating a lot less than I need to. So why is there an age restriction? But other than this the app is good so far but I’m worried that the fake age will be a problem in the future.

- Great app for tracking macros

As a medical student, I don’t get much exercise due to lack of time. I have gained quite a bit thanks to the stress, lack of sleep and regular exercise. This app is similar to other calorie tracking apps in terms of having crowdsourced calorie counts but what really does it for me is the tracking of macronutrients and the motivational messages that pop up when you log. The macronutrients really demonstrate where your weaknesses lie, obviously in carbs, but also when you eat your most calories. In addition, the little motivational messages of “this food has high fiber” and “if every day were like today you would be x pounds in five weeks” is very motivating. Lifestyle changes is about finding something that sticks, and this app helps me hone in on problem areas that I need to work on especially if I don’t have time to exercise and limiting my intake is the only way to stay healthy.

- This WAS a good app

I have been using this App for years. At the beginning it helped me through my weight-loss journey, and it was fantastic. I attributed my success, in part, to this app. Since then it has helped me maintain a healthy weight, and improve my macros intake in order to get a balanced diet and achieve better results from my training. Then Under Armour bought the app. This is when it went downhill. Since that time, every new update is worse than the previous one. It has come to the point that the app quits abruptly, takes the longest time to add foods, wrongly calculates your calories consumed/remaining (or takes a long time to update them after inputting foods), and worst of all, it drains my phone’s battery like crazy. I used the app for 35 sec, which only gave me time to input 2 items, and battery went from 82% to 76%. As soon as I closed the app the battery drain stopped (I have downloaded videos and articles over the past 20 min and my battery is at 72%). I am saddened, to say the least, that such a great app has turned to be a piece of junk. It became part of my routine and now it is unusable. Time to move on, I guess.

- Calories are king

I used MyFitnessPal about 4 or 5 years ago when I started dieting & I had lost about 50 pounds. This year I gained back about 15 pounds and started dieting again. At first my weight loss was at a stand still until I started using MyFitnessPal again and started tracking my calories and weighing out my food portions. The app has changed since I last used it years back but when I logged back in it still had all of my weight loss info from when I used the app previously, which I liked. They have a great feature now that wasn’t on the app when I used it years ago, but you can import recipes from websites and it calculates the nutritional info for you which I love cause I’m always cooking at home. Also they have a huge database for food. I’ve been using the app for about 6 weeks now and have lost 13 pounds. I love this app and can’t recommend it enough.

- Great, not perfect.

This app is incredibly granular. I love the detailed nutritional data that this app provides. It's so cool to be able to think up a smoothie recipe off of the top of my head, add the ingredients in and pick their sizes, and right away MyFitnessPal shows you fats, sugars, vitamins, calories, fibers, protein, etc. My biggest complaint is the lack of the ability to SEE THE INGREDIENTS of added recipes. It's simply senseless to not be able to see something so simple... I saw a member of the MyFitnessPal online community say the following back in 2011: "I make meal plans for an entire week, and then from that, I go back and make a grocery list. I don't have my recipes memorized, and it would make it easier to see what I needed for certain things if I could just click on the name of the recipe from that particular day in the diary. (And please don't respond with the ways to get around this, cause I know them! I am simply suggesting that this would be an easier way to do it!)" Why has this not been fixed yet?

- Changed My Life

I don’t usually write reviews for anything but I had to with this. This app changed my life. Like many I packed on the lbs during quarantine. I woke up one day and was not happy with the way I looked. Diets are hard, they require discipline and accountability and when the whole world is told to stay away from ppl finding that accountability can be difficult. This app changed that for me. It wasn’t easy but using this app I dropped 20 lbs in two in a half months. Tracking my work outs and calories played a huge role. I am now more aware of what I eat and feel a sense of joy looking at the macros knowing I am consuming the right foods. I advise you also grab the map my walk app as well and pair the two. It has changed my life and I am grateful for such an effective tool and the past reviews which compelled me to download and try. Of all the fitness apps I downloaded this is the only staple.

- Could be great

This program (paid version) is fantastic, and it is deep in connectivity to data bases and other apps offering real help in maintaining a healthy diet. There are many creative ways it is designed to give positive feedback when good choices are made, and gentle reminders are given of ways you may be sabotaging your own best plans for weight management and health. The free program offers a lot, but the ads pop up so often it makes it essentially unusable for any length of time. The paid (premium) version would be fantastic if— they get around to making it shareable inside the family. Most apps today are designed that way, this one should be took The cost is fine for a single person, but if a household wants to manage their heath together, the cost is prohibitive to pay for a single user license for each person. I hope they fix this.

- Awesome app, but servings can be hard.

I love this app, it makes it easy to keep track of what I'm eating and how much, and if I'm not sure how many carbs are in say "grade A egg" I can easily search it. My only issue is I wish it would show gram/ ounces more often, it does on meat and a few other items, but say I go and look up say; the cheese I get from the deli at the store, it shows up as a slice, which is a big problem because depending on who slices it it can be a totally different thickness, and can just give me so much anxiety over if I'm eating to much or if I'm under protein. It's not to hard to get around by asking the deli to check the label and tell me, but it's just so frustrating especially when I find out, eat a say ounce of cheese for = 1 carb, go to add it and then get to play the game of doing weird serving sizes to get it to somewhat add up. Over all it's a great app and a great tool to use, it's just certain things that I have to work around.

- Great app, but has Fitbit syncing problems

As a food journal, 5 star app. But I took away 2 stars for 2 other reasons. You may not care about these issues. If you just want to journal, this is the best app. The app does great with tracking food and finding foods and their nutrients The best feature is the barcode scanner. If there is a barcode on food you can usually get the nutrients from the barcode. Makes it really easy to log all the specifics. On the negative side. How food organized, and how your most recent grades come up, isn’t totally intuitive. additionally, the green badges that indicate trust in food is sometimes not accurate. I’ve looked up nutrients for specific foods and found they don’t match some of the green badged items. It’s a great idea, but I need a little more QA. That is why I took away one star. I took away another star, because of the fit bit syncing problem. The worst feature is that the app often won’t sync with a Fitbit. It says it will. But it won’t. It’s a glitch in the system. This has been driving me nuts for the past three days. It is apparently driving many other people nuts as well. Better not to say you have the functionality, then to say you have it and have people spend literally hours disconnecting and reconnecting devices without success. There are many strings on mine about this problem. I followed many sets of directions to solve - all to no avail. Overall, if any of the above were fixed, 5 stars.

- Favorite app to lose weight with but could use improvements.

I’ve had this app for years and have tracked my calories on and off every time I want to lose weight. It’s gotten a lot easier to track because all my frequent foods are already saved. The only suggestions I have are: 1. When looking at your progress there should be a “highest weight” option because I’m sure there’s a lot of people who’s “starting weight” and “highest weight” are different. 2. I would love more motivational milestones. Or if there was something like rewards for losing weight. For example, if I’ve lost a certain amount of weight, it would be nice to have feedback from the app. Maybe a pop up with stats and facts about how long its taken me, or how that weight affects the body. One time I logged for 100 days straight, and on the 100th day I was expecting something to happen...a congratulations or something but it was anticlimactic and nothing happened lol

- INSANELY SLOW

Only giving this app 2 stars because it’s a great, accurate tool for tracking my calories and macros. I have been using MFP as my primary food-tracker for the past 3+ years, since it offers a thorough breakdown of macros and micronutrients, and the widest selection of foods available for calorie counting. So a plus on that. What makes this app such a low rating for me is how PAINFULLY SLOW it is. It wasn’t this slow when I first downloaded the app, but over the past 2 years it has just gotten slower. It takes forever just to get past the blue loading screen, then even longer to load search results and log foods that I’m tracking. Sometimes it will log the same food twice, because why the hell not. Already wasting 5 minutes to perform a simple function, might as well double my calories while you’re at it. The “performance issues” you guys claim to fix in each update have done NOTHING to fix this. I’ve tried deleting & re-installing the app, nothing. MFP team, FIX THIS!!! I don’t know how much longer I can take of this aggravation.

- Good for awhile...

It was a great app for a long while. I loved it and it really helped me. Then it started having issues syncing with FitBit. For months now they have been saying they are working on the problem. I have read comments from other people in their support section with the same issue. I have followed MFP’s suggestions on how to try to fix on the users end. It did not work and it seems MFP is not fixing on their end. I know something as small as a syncing issue to your exercise device may seem like not a good reason to drop the app, but seeing the fitness information really helped keep me motivated. I can use the FitBit app for all of this, but because I was a long time user of MFP it had so much set up for me that I did not want to restart somewhere else. I am sorry that I have to go elsewhere for my tracking needs. For a free app, it was good for a long time. I think, and this is just my opinion, that if you buy the upgraded version everything will miraculously work again. I will just tryout another free app and hope MFP corrects the problem.

- Problems hanging up and crashing

The last few updates have made the app unreliable. It seems to take forever updating food and exercise entries. At times it becomes totally unresponsive. I have to quit and relaunch frequently. Last night it took me twenty minutes to make three food entries for food items I eat frequently. My iPad mini2 is current in all its iOS updates. I seldom have more than two apps running at a time. I have reinstalled the app more than once but this really doesn’t help. I find a much older version on my original iPad (1st generation) works more reliably, but this is only available to me at home and can’t scan bar codes. I don’t know if this problem occurs because I have logged in for over 1060 days in a row so that my data might be unwieldy or if it is something else. Perhaps the unpaid version uses slower servers. A real shame because I started using the app to lose weight because of health issues. Would hate to finally toss it for another app. Update— I have finally had it. I find using the web page on a Chromebook easier than fighting this useless app. It is deleted!

- Works Fairly Well

This app does indeed work decent. The issues I’ve had with it is the measurements of certain foods are in strange quantities like grams and such it just makes it complicated to figure how much you ate of something without taking a scale everywhere you go. My main #1 issue with this app is its suckiness to communicate with my Fitbit app. I wear my Fitbit all day most every day and I set up this app to use my Fitbit to calculate my step count for the day. I would say 6 out of 10 times it does not transfer over my information. Which then causes me to show that I went over my calorie count for the day when I know I walked 7,000 steps that day. It’s extremely frustrating when an app says it can do something like link up with another app and then isn’t capable of following thru with it. Over all it works well the only thing I wish they would fix is the connectivity of this app and the Fitbit app. If it worked better in that area I would give it a four or more star rating

- Excellent!

I have used Fitness Pal for one week and I’ve lost 3 lbs! It was easy to replace sugar saturated foods with healthier foods. Now I have plenty of energy, and I never feel hungry. Fitness Pal is very easy to use. All you have to do is weigh yourself set a goal to lose one or two pounds a week and Fitness Pal will tell you how many calories you get for that day. You enter what you eat for breakfast, lunch and dinner and you can see every day if you are on track to achieve you goal. You can also see what’s in the food your consuming. My wife is diabetic and she checks her blood sugar several times a day, after a week she lost 7 lbs and her blood sugar dropped from 188 to 124. If you can select healthier foods and you can do what we are doing which is to get up and walk every day, Fitness will do the same thing for you and I promise you won’t be starving.

- All About The Money

The newest change has got me looking elsewhere. I have used MyFitnessPal for over 6 years (have a streak of logging for 2373 days) I have seen lots of changes to the app over the years, but most recent all the push to “premium” and all the ads. I don’t mind having to scroll through ads knowing its free but when you start eliminating things that were in the free version that bugs me. Starting November 1, they will only store information for 2 years unless you are a premium member. I really enjoyed being able to look back at my progress and see trends (good and bad) with my health/fitness goals. Now if I want to keep that I have to pay for it. This was a no-nonsense easy way to track food/exercise that I would rave about to others. Not anymore as they have jumped in on the “profit first” instead of working towards general well-being for others. So bummed to see such a simple to use app change so much and become so commercialized. Keep looking if you are looking for a basic food/activity tracker for free. This one will hook you then make you pay...not worth it anymore.

- Love this App!

This app has been so helpful with keeping me motivated to loose weight. I love how much food is already in the database and how easy it is to scan things. It is very user friendly. I give it 4 stars because I wish it would track more vitamins and minerals. It is interesting to see what nutrients I don’t normally get enough of. The information helps me to make food choices that will fill what I am lacking in my diet. I would love to see more minerals and vitamins added to the nutrition panel. It would also be awesome if my fitness Pal would recommend foods that I should eat next to help gain those nutrients not yet filled for the day. I would give this app 5 stars for that upgrade and I would be willing to pay for it. As of now I use this app the most but I also use the Wholesome app to learn both my micro and macro nutrients. It is time consuming to log food in both apps. I would love for my fitness pal to do both.

- used to be better but it’s hard to complain about a free app

It’s tough to complain about a free app but I have to at least mention some things- MFP isn’t what it used to be. At one point there were zero adds and I was able to fine tune my plans- lots of small features were cut out of the free model. I miss being able to adjust not only the amount of calories I wanted each day, but also what % of those calories came from fat/carbs/protein was super useful. Tracking macros is part of the paid model now. These days, if you don’t want to pay anything, MFP is basically calorie counter littered with ads. All that aside, MFP is still a very useful free app. It’s super easy to use. Automatically syncs with your phone’s step counter. Very easy to sync with a fitbit. I love that you can just type in whatever food your’re eating and it’ll give you all the nutrition info. Great for counting calories. Solid 4 stars.

- Great nutrition tracker

So as a nutrition tracker MyFitnessPal is the best. Premium offers a lot of decent features that I recommend. You can customize any macronutrient or vitamin you want. Syncs without error to my Apple Watch and scale. I rate it so low because the app is full of bloat and misleading information. The app opens to the homepage, which is full of “trending”fitness articles and recommendations. You can’t even customize the type of articles they show you. So the articles and videos are often off topic or non-relevant to your lifestyle. In this section there is also product recommendations (even though premium is suppose to remove ads). I would prefer the option to open to the diary screen because this is the reason I use the app. It’s a solid tracker if you can get past the annoying newsfeed and lazy attempt to be a social media. I understand they have to make money, but if your paying for premium allow more options to change the newsfeed.

- Good app

I love that this app really does help hold you accountable for what you do each day in regards to water, food, exercise. I do wish it was a little less time-consuming to add foods, especially when you have something like a casserole or a soup with multiple ingredients but yet you have to go through and add each little ingredient that would be in that casserole one at a time. It's not worth it to make a meal out of it because you may never have that again. Also, just the super long list of frequent or recent foods sure seems to be hard to search. And getting rid of old stuff it's a bit of a pain to. So for the most part if you have the patience to stay organized on there I highly recommend it. However unless you want to add every little ingredient of multi ingredient homemade foods, you may find it a little bit lengthy in its upkeep. 4 1/2 stars as where I'd like to really rate it.

- Great app, but plagued with crashes

I’ve been using this off and on since March 2018 (and also in a previous time that seems a lifetime ago) and do not pay for any of the pro features. I find the Diary feature to be the most interest to me - giving me better insight into what I’m eating, the macros for my daily meals, and how my exercise plays into my overall goals. It is single handedly the most important feature of the app for helping to get the information I need. Unfortunately, my experience with the app (both today and in prior use) leaves something to be desired. I’m lucky to be able to enter a full meal without the app crashing, especially if I need to search for items that are not a frequent use item - or change the portion size. It is disappointing and frustrating to have had this experience with an app that can clearly help to change people’s lives, and my experience could clearly frustrate others out of making a positive life change. This is my experience, and has been consistent across several app versions, major OS changes, and at least 3 different phones (I have not tried it from an iPad to see if I have the same experience - but that would be considerably less convenient). I continue to use this app and appreciate the vast database of foods to pull from - I only hope that a quality of life improvement to fix the issues I’m experiencing is on the works.

- Suggested Feautures

The app is good, it serves its purpose. However I have a few things that should change: 1. Just add a dark mode, this app is big enough to be worth a little time to add it. People have been requesting it for so long I don’t know why it hasn’t been done already. 2. The price is way too high for what it is. Maybe add a less premium option for people who just want a couple of the premium features without paying $80 a year. Like all I want from premium is macro breakdown by meal, allow grams of macros instead of percentages, food analysis is kinda interesting, and the no adds. 3. A more interesting home page. Right now you have your calories/nutrients remaining at the top, various health-related articles, and then little posts of your/friends calories burned from different activities. Why is nutrients remaining at the top of the diary and the top of the home page? It makes sense that I would see this info at the top of the diary but to me the home page is practically useless unless you want to see what friends are doing, if you even add people on MyFitnessPal. I think it’s time to change things up a bit. This app is #5 in health and fitness and it’s been around for a long time, some of the people maintaining it should take a little time to improve the user experience. We have so many little features tacked on but what most care about is that the basic features work well.

- Four Day Service Disruption

I will likely change my review and hope to in time but less than two days after signing up for a premium membership, the platform went on the fritz. There was zero proactive communication about the issues so I spent time unlinking, uninstalling, and reinstalling this app and my fitbit app thinking the issue was tied to my upgrade. Nope. The company was having issues that I only found out about after poking around the FAQ and troubleshooting pages after two days of the app not syncing and replicating my food entries. The app has a notification page...this could have easily been used to flow information down to customers, both free users and premium users. This may have also helped prevent all the unlinking and relinking backlog and the slew of angry emails the company probably received. I’m in the one month free trial of the premium membership and am not sold on continuing my subscription. Imm hopi g for a fantastically positive experience to help make up for the past four days of frustration.

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MyFitnessPal (Version 20.21.0) Install & Download

The applications MyFitnessPal was published in the category Health & Fitness on 2009-12-08 and was developed by Under Armour, Inc. [Developer ID: 291890423]. This application file size is 181.45 MB. MyFitnessPal - Health & Fitness app posted on 2020-10-19 current version is 20.21.0 and works well on IOS 13.0 and high versions. Google Play ID: com.myfitnesspal.mfp

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