Track Calories With MyFitnessPal Mobile
The best calorie counter on the web is now available for your smartphone. Track calories and lose weight with the MyFitnessPal mobile app.
Portable Calorie Counter
The best calorie counter on the web is now the best calorie counter on your smartphone, too. Access your food journal and exercise log anytime and anywhere, even when you are on the go.
MyFitnessPal, a free online calorie counter, now has a FREE mobile app. The service has applications for five different operating systems: Android, BlackBerry, iPad, iPhone, and Windows Phone.
The mobile app works with the website and shares the same database. It synchronizes your data so your account stays current whether you make changes on your phone or on the web.
Amazon, one of the largest online retailers, has MyFitnessPal as a free download for Android devices. To get the app for other devices, visit BlackBerry App World, Mac App Store, or Windows Marketplace.
As any dieter can tell you, calorie counting and record keeping are time-consuming and hard to manage. The service that helps you keep track online now lets you manage things on your phone.
With MyFitnessPal mobile, you can take your diet or workout plan with you wherever you go. Keep reading to learn more about the features of this mobile app.
How Does MyFitnessPal Mobile Work?
Losing weight, and keeping it off, takes hard work. MyFitnessPal Mobile makes the job a little easier. The website, which you can access through the mobile app, gives you several tools to help you track your calories.
You are more likely to lose weight and keep it off when you consistently track the food you eat and the exercises you perform. Studies show that keeping diet journals can double your weight loss.
MyFitnessPal features a food diary, exercise log, online forums, and blog with helpful weight loss tips. It also provides calculators for your heart rate, body mass index (BMI), basal metabolic rate (BMR), and various nutritional values.
The MyFitnessPal mobile app gives you easy access to all of these tools right at your fingertips. It can help you change your life as you work toward your weight loss goals.
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The information presented in this article is not intended as health or medical advice, nor is it a substitute for professional diagnosis or treatment by a qualified medical professional.
© 2012 Annette R. Smith Last updated on September 1, 2013
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