Fitness & weight loss apps

The following nutrition and fitness apps have been reviewed.

App name Description Clinical score
Calorie Counter

  • Calorie counter with food database
  • Weight tracking
  • Free recipes
  • Available from Google Play and iTunes
  • Cost: free
  • Read more about Calorie Counter
Fat Burning & Weight Loss

  • Guided relaxation
  • Education and information
  • Available from Google Play
  • Cost: free; paid upgrade for ads free version
  • Read more about Fat Burning & Weight Loss
Noom Coach

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  • Calorie counting with food database
  • Weight tracking
  • Integration with fitness tools
  • Personalisation
  • Available from Google Play and iTunes
  • Cost: free
  • Read more about Noom Coach
Pedometer

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  • Step tracking
  • Counts calories burned through steps
  • Available from Google Play
  • Cost: free
  • Read more about Pedometer
Monitor Your Weight

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  • Weight tracking
  • Graphs
  • Personalisation features
  • Multiple profiles
  • Non-obtrusive ads
  • Available from Google Play and iTunes
  • Cost: free
  • Read more about Monitor Your Weight
MyFitnessPal

 

  • Calorie counting with food database
  • Weight tracking
  • Integration with fitness tools
  • Community
  • Personalisation
  • Available from Google Play and iTunes
  • Cost: free
  • Read more about MyFitnessPal
Weight Loss Tracker

 

  • Weight tracking with graphs
  • BMI calculator
  • Available from Google Play and iTunes
  • Cost: free
  • Read more about Weight Loss Tracker
My Diet Coach

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  • Calorie counting through food and exercise
  • Personalisation
  • Reminders
  • Minimal ads
  • Available from Google Play and iTunes
  • Cost: free (premium version on subscription basis)
  • Read more about My Diet Coach
Excluded apps

  • Effective Weight Loss Guide (naveeninfotech): the terms and words used in this app seem judgmental such as referring to the user as fat and/or lazy. The safety of some of the tips or suggestions are concerning as they do not appear to be evidence-based. The app developers did not appear to include anyone with a background in nutrition research, dietitians or public health professionals.
Credits: Editorial team. Last reviewed: 25 Feb 2018