Calorie Counter & Diet Tracker by MyFitnessPal

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Description

Lose weight with MyFitnessPal, the fastest and easiest-to-use calorie counter for iPhone and iPad. With the largest food database of any iOS calorie counter (over 4,000,000 foods), and amazingly fast food and exercise entry, we’ll help you take those extra pounds off! There is no better diet app - period.

• PC Magazine Editor’s Choice Selection
• Wired Magazine’s Editor’s Pick for Lifestyle Apps

Featured in Consumer Reports, the NY Times, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Family Circle, Marie Claire, NBC, CNET, Shape, the Today Show and more.

USER REVIEWS

• “This is the best calorie counter, free or paid, and I’ve tried them all.”
• “The food database is HUGE! I’ve NEVER had a missing food.”
• “The first diet tool that has ever worked for me! I’ve lost 30 pounds!”
• “This app takes seconds to use, it’s that simple.”
• “Incredibly easy to use.”
• “This app literally saved my life.”
• “I can’t believe this app is free! I would have paid for this.”
• “This is the best app on my phone. I use it every day.”

WHY WE’RE BETTER THAN OTHER APPS

• Largest food database of any iPhone calorie counter – over 4,000,000 foods and growing daily
• Easiest and fastest food entry – remembers your favorites, add multiple foods at once, save and add entire meals, and more. THERE IS NO FASTER OR EASIER APP THAN MYFITNESSPAL.
• Fully syncs with the web, so you can log from your computer or your phone, whichever is more convenient. Plus your data is backed up online so you never lose it.
• Diet with your friends - add friends and easily track and support each other’s progress
• Comprehensive feature set – create your own custom foods and exercises, track all major nutrients, progress reports, customized goals based on your diet profile, and recipe calculator, with full support for metric and English units.
• IT WORKS – the success of our users shows that we can help you lose weight

WORKS WITH HEALTHKIT

• Add your meal summaries to HealthKit – You can now share meal data with HealthKit-connected apps every time you add food to your diary.
• Sync your weight with HealthKit – If you have an app that records your weight in HealthKit, we can automatically sync that with your MyFitnessPal account. Likewise, if you track your weight in MyFitnessPal we’ll keep your HealthKit data updated.
• Add exercises from other HealthKit apps to your diary – When you exercise with an app that saves workout data to HealthKit, we can adjust your daily calorie goal for you.

FOOD

• 4,000,000+ food database of global items and cuisines. Updated daily.
• Barcode scanner - scan the barcode of a food and easily find its match in our database.
• Track all major nutrients: calories, fat, protein, carbs, sugar, fiber, cholesterol, and more
• Frequently used foods automatically remembered for easy access
• Save and reuse entire meals
• Recipe calculator - Enter your own recipes and calculate their nutritional contents
• Add multiple items at once – NO OTHER APP HAS THIS
• Create an unlimited number of custom foods

EXERCISE

• Over 350 exercises
• Track both cardio and strength training, including sets, reps, and weight/rep
• Create an unlimited number of custom exercises
• Enter your own calorie amounts – great for HRM’s or exercise equipment with calorie reports

FRIENDS

• Connect with friends and easily track and motivate each other
• MyFitnessPal members who diet with friends lose 3X more weight on average!

GOALS

• Customized goals based on your specific diet profile – age, gender, activity level, etc.
• Enter your own goals if you’ve gotten specific recommendations from a doctor, nutritionist, etc.

REPORTS

• Track your weight, measurements and more
• View charts of your progress over time for motivation
• Daily nutritional summary with all major nutrients
• View more detailed reports online at www.myfitnesspal.com

Note: a MyFitnessPal.com account is required to synchronize and safely backup your data. You can create your account for free within the app.

What's New

Version 5.8 (Dec 10, 2014)

This release is full of performance boosts and refinements throughout the app. Here are some highlights:

• It’s easier than ever to find your friends in the app. Did you know MyFitnessPal users who diet with friends lose twice as much weight on average?
• For iPad users, we’ve updated the navigation to make it faster to add foods and exercises to your diary and see your progress.
• The new recipe tool has received a number of enhancements based on your feedback that make adding manual recipes much easier. We’ve also been hard at work strengthening the ingredient matching quality.

Thanks for making MyFitnessPal the best health and fitness app in the App Store. We are grateful to be part of your journey to better health, and are constantly working to help make you more successful in achieving your goals.

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Version 5.7.3 (Nov 17, 2014)

* Bug fixes

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Version 5.7.2 (Nov 11, 2014)

* Bug fixes and performance enhancements

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Version 5.7.1 (Oct 31, 2014)

We’ve been hard at work cooking up a new feature for you home chefs. Our recipe tool received a massive upgrade, making it faster and easier than ever to save and log your recipes in MyFitnessPal. You can browse your favorite recipe sites right in the app, and you can also it's also easier to add your heirloom recipes by hand. We’ll find the recipe ingredients in our database of over 4 million foods and calculate the nutrition facts for you. Recipes save in your recipe box so the next time you prepare the food you can quickly add it to your diary.

This release also includes a healthy serving of performance and stability improvements.

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Version 5.7 (Oct 14, 2014)

This release includes improved support for native iPhone 6 and 6 Plus resolutions, along with a generous serving of performance and stability improvements.

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Version 5.6.7 (Oct 03, 2014)

Fixed a number of bugs for HealthKit users, including one where entries could be duplicated.

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Version 5.6.6 (Sep 26, 2014)

We’ve added some exciting new HealthKit features for iOS 8 users. Apple’s HealthKit makes it easy for connected apps to work together while giving you complete control over what data is shared. For this release we focused on three new features that make MyFitnessPal do more to help you reach your goals.

• Add your meal summaries to HealthKit – You can now share meal data with HealthKit-connected apps every time you add food to your diary.
• Sync your weight with HealthKit – If you have an app that records your weight in HealthKit, we can automatically sync that with your MyFitnessPal account. Likewise, if you track your weight in MyFitnessPal we’ll keep your HealthKit data updated.
• Add exercises from other HealthKit apps to your diary – When you exercise with an app that saves workout data to HealthKit, we can adjust your daily calorie goal for you.

An important note about your privacy and HealthKit data:
Because the privacy of your health and nutrition data is important, we’ve left these new tools turned off by default. To enable HealthKit, go the the app gallery in MyFitnessPal and select “Settings” on the HealthKit screen. You will then need to give MyFitnessPal permission to read and write basic nutrition and exercise information in the settings screen that appears. If you give permission to share information with HealthKit, you still control which apps can use that data. And of course you can change what information MyFitnessPal shares or receives from HealthKit at any time.

Bug Fixes:
- resolved an issue requiring some users to log in repeatedly
- resolved and issue preventing iOS 6 users from logging exercise and some meals

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Version 5.6.3 (Sep 17, 2014)

We've made a number of improvements that make the app faster and more stable.

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Version 5.6.2 (Sep 17, 2014)

We've made a number of improvements that make the app faster and more stable.

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Version 5.6.1 (Sep 17, 2014)

We’ve added some exciting new HealthKit features for iOS 8 users. Apple’s HealthKit makes it easy for connected apps to work together while giving you complete control over what data is shared. For this release we focused on three new features that make MyFitnessPal do more to help you reach your goals.

• Add your meal summaries to HealthKit – You can now share meal data with HealthKit-connected apps every time you add food to your diary.
• Sync your weight with HealthKit – If you have an app that records your weight in HealthKit, we can automatically sync that with your MyFitnessPal account. Likewise, if you track your weight in MyFitnessPal we’ll keep your HealthKit data updated.
• Add exercises from other HealthKit apps to your diary – When you exercise with an app that saves workout data to HealthKit, we can adjust your daily calorie goal for you.

An important note about your privacy and HealthKit data:
Because the privacy of your health and nutrition data is important, we’ve left these new tools turned off by default. To enable HealthKit, go the the app gallery in MyFitnessPal and select “Settings” on the HealthKit screen. You will then need to give MyFitnessPal permission to read and write basic nutrition and exercise information in the settings screen that appears. If you give permission to share information with HealthKit, you still control which apps can use that data. And of course you can change what information MyFitnessPal shares or receives from HealthKit at any time.

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Version 5.6 (Sep 11, 2014)

We've made a number of improvements that make the app faster and more stable.

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Version 5.5.1 (Aug 15, 2014)

* Bug fixes

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Version 5.5 (Aug 04, 2014)

This release is full of exciting new features to help you meet your goals:

• An improved navigation makes it fast (and fun!) to add to your diary. With the Add button you can track your food, exercise, weight and water consumption or post to your newsfeed from almost anywhere in the app. It’s also easier to get to your diary and see your progress.

• In your diary, it’s easier to add foods to meals, and based on your feedback we’ve made further improvements to the diary editing tool.

• Finally, a powerful feature we’ve been refining over the last couple of months: As you add food to your diary, we’ll occasionally show insights about how that food fits with your nutrition goals. These insights help give you a better look at how foods fit into your overall nutrition goals beyond just the calorie count.

• Our Hello Healthy blog makes your journey to a healthier life easier, more fun, and delicious. It’s now available right in the app, optimized for your iPhone and iPad.

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Version 5.4.1 (Jul 06, 2014)

This release fixes a bug that could potentially cause a crash when signing up for MyFitnessPal on your iPad, along with other bug fixes.

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Version 5.4 (Jun 30, 2014)

Lots of bug fixes and stability improvements to make your MyFitnessPal experience better

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Version 5.3.2 (Jun 12, 2014)

Fixed a bug that sometimes prevented the iPhone 5S from updating your daily step total quickly

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Version 5.3.1 (Jun 06, 2014)

* Bug fixes

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Version 5.3 (May 27, 2014)

• Reminders are a powerful way to stay on track, so we've made it easier to customize them. If you haven't used reminders yet, try setting one by going to the Reminders section in the app menu.

• The diary editing tools also got an upgrade. Now it's easy to copy foods you ate from one day to another and save foods you eat together often as a meal.

• Bug fixes – we’re always working to make MyFitnessPal faster and more stable.

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Version 5.2.2 (May 07, 2014)

• More improvements to prevent a possible crash on launch.

What’s new in 5.2

They say a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step, and with our newest app update you can track them all. If you have a Fitbit, Jawbone UP, or one of the many other activity trackers that work with MyFitnessPal, you’ll be able to see your daily step progress right on your MyFitnessPal home screen, along with a daily calorie adjustment based on your activity level for that day. These features are free for all MyFitnessPal users, and we think you’re really going to like it.

If you’re lucky enough to have an iPhone 5S, we’ve got an extra treat for you: Using the M7 coprocessor found in the 5S, you can now automatically track your steps using just your iPhone. Already have a dedicated activity tracker that you enjoy using? You can choose exactly how you want to track your steps.

A couple of things iPhone 5S users should know about:

• Battery Life
Because we access the Motion Activity history from your phone’s M7 coprocessor only during the normal MyFitnessPal sync process, you should notice no additional impact on your battery life.

• Privacy
The steps feature only collects the number of steps you take per day from your iPhone, and does not receive any data about your location.

• Accuracy
If you currently use a dedicated hardware tracker like a Fitbit or Jawbone UP, you might find the iPhone 5S step count can differ, especially for short periods of time. Over the course of a full day, your step data should be in line with what a dedicated hardware tracker reports.

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Version 5.2.1 (May 03, 2014)

• Fixed a bug that could cause your app to crash when opening it after upgrading.
• You can once again search for foods with non-English iOS keyboards.
• If you had trouble selecting your iPhone 5S as a step tracker, we’ve fixed that.

What’s new in 5.2

They say a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step, and with our newest app update you can track them all. If you have a Fitbit, Jawbone UP, or one of the many other activity trackers that work with MyFitnessPal, you’ll be able to see your daily step progress right on your MyFitnessPal home screen, along with a daily calorie adjustment based on your activity level for that day. These features are free for all MyFitnessPal users, and we think you’re really going to like it.

If you’re lucky enough to have an iPhone 5S, we’ve got an extra treat for you: Using the M7 coprocessor found in the 5S, you can now automatically track your steps using just your iPhone. Already have a dedicated activity tracker that you enjoy using? You can choose exactly how you want to track your steps.

A couple of things iPhone 5S users should know about:

• Battery Life
Because we access the Motion Activity history from your phone’s M7 coprocessor only during the normal MyFitnessPal sync process, you should notice no additional impact on your battery life.

• Privacy
The steps feature only collects the number of steps you take per day from your iPhone, and does not receive any data about your location.

• Accuracy
If you currently use a dedicated hardware tracker like a Fitbit or Jawbone UP, you might find the iPhone 5S step count can differ, especially for short periods of time. Over the course of a full day, your step data should be in line with what a dedicated hardware tracker reports.

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Version 5.2 (May 01, 2014)

They say a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step, and with our newest app update you can track them all. If you have a Fitbit, Jawbone UP, or one of the many other activity trackers that work with MyFitnessPal, you’ll be able to see your daily step progress right on your MyFitnessPal home screen, along with a daily calorie adjustment based on your activity level for that day. These features are free for all MyFitnessPal users, and we think you’re really going to like it.

If you’re lucky enough to have an iPhone 5S, we’ve got an extra treat for you: Using the M7 coprocessor found in the 5S, you can now automatically track your steps using just your iPhone. Already have a dedicated activity tracker that you enjoy using? You can choose exactly how you want to track your steps.

A couple of things iPhone 5S users should know about:

• Battery Life
Because we access the Motion Activity history from your phone’s M7 coprocessor only during the normal MyFitnessPal sync process, you should notice no additional impact on your battery life.

• Privacy
The steps feature only collects the number of steps you take per day from your iPhone, and does not receive any data about your location.

• Accuracy
If you currently use a dedicated hardware tracker like a Fitbit or Jawbone UP, you might find the iPhone 5S step count can differ, especially for short periods of time. Over the course of a full day, your step data should be in line with what a dedicated hardware tracker reports.

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Version 5.1.1 (Apr 02, 2014)

• Fixed a bug that could cause a crash when viewing your weekly nutrition report

• Improved how your list of frequently eaten foods is sorted

What's new in version 5.1:

This release is full of new features. Here’s some of what we’ve improved since last time:

• Customize your nutrition goals
Want to adjust your macronutrient ratios? Limit your sodium intake? You’ve always been able to set custom goals on the MyFitnessPal website, and now you adjust them from within the app itself.

• Better progress graphs
We’ve added more time units to our progress screens; You can now see new graphs for the last six months, the last year, and all time. The layout of the measurements table is also improved, making it easier to review your measurements.

• Friendlier invitations
If you want to invite your Facebook friends to join you on MyFitnessPal, they will now be able to see your real name and not just your MyFitnessPal username. This is especially helpful if your friends don’t call you gymgal78 in real life.

• Forget frequently eaten foods
Sometimes you’ll eat a particular food for a long time then never eat it again. It used to be that you were stuck seeing this food in your frequently eaten foods list forever, but now you can swipe to remove it from the list. By the way, did you know that you can also swipe to remove saved meals, recipes, and foods from your diary as well?

• Bug fixes
We’re always working to make MyFitnessPal faster and more stable. This release has a small ant colony’s worth of bug fixes in it, especially for iPad and international users.

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Version 5.1 (Mar 25, 2014)

This release is full of new features. Here’s some of what we’ve improved since last time:

Customize your nutrition goals
Want to adjust your macronutrient ratios? Limit your sodium intake? You’ve always been able to set custom goals on the MyFitnessPal website, and now you adjust them from within the app itself.

Better progress graphs
We’ve added more time units to our progress screens; You can now see new graphs for the last six months, the last year, and all time. The layout of the measurements table is also improved, making it easier to review your measurements.

Friendlier invitations
If you want to invite your Facebook friends to join you on MyFitnessPal, they will now be able to see your real name and not just your MyFitnessPal username. This is especially helpful if your friends don’t call you gymgal78 in real life.

Forget frequently eaten foods
Sometimes you’ll eat a particular food for a long time then never eat it again. It used to be that you were stuck seeing this food in your frequently eaten foods list forever, but now you can swipe to remove it from the list. By the way, did you know that you can also swipe to remove saved meals, recipes, and foods from your diary as well?

Bug fixes
We’re always working to make MyFitnessPal faster and more stable. This release has a small ant colony’s worth of bug fixes in it, especially for iPad and international users.

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Version 5.0.2 (Mar 06, 2014)

Bug fixes

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Version 5.0.1 (Feb 27, 2014)

Bug fixes

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Version 5.0 (Feb 24, 2014)

• New universal app - MyFitnessPal now works on your iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch
• Related foods - When you add a food to your diary, it's easier than ever to add foods that you've previously paired with it
• A whole bunch of bug fixes

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Version 4.2.3 (Jan 29, 2014)

Bug fixes

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Version 4.2.2 (Jan 13, 2014)

Bug fixes

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Version 4.2.1 (Jan 06, 2014)

Bug fixes

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Version 4.2 (Dec 27, 2013)

Bug fixes and performance improvements

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Version 4.1 (Dec 14, 2013)

This version features:

• The ability to Like status messages and comments

• Better iOS 7 Support

• Bug fixes and performance improvements

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Version 4.0.3 (Nov 11, 2013)

+ Various bug fixes

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Version 4.0.2 (Oct 28, 2013)

* Configure nutrition report settings to display the weekly bar chart starting on a fixed day of the week or a rolling 7 days
* Various bug fixes for stability

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Version 4.0.1 (Oct 18, 2013)

* Improved legibility on diary and food search screens.
* Stability fixes for local accounts.
* Corrected display of weight loss goal based on profile privacy settings.
* Graph fixes for iPhone 5s users.
* Fixed stability issue when using swipe to delete in diary.

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Version 4.0 (Oct 09, 2013)

This version features a clean, updated design for iOS 7 including:

* Improved navigation
* Faster access to key features, including bar code scanning and multi-add

It also features:

* Danish, Dutch, Italian, Norwegian, Russian and Swedish language support
* The ability to delete multiple items from your food diary at once
* The ability to drag and drop foods from one meal to another

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Version 3.8.4 (Aug 13, 2013)

* Bug fixes

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Version 3.8.3 (Jul 18, 2013)

* Bug fixes

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Version 3.8.2 (Jul 02, 2013)

* Bug fixes

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Version 3.8 (Jun 17, 2013)

This version features:

■ Expanded unit support for weight, height, distances logged, and energy consumed and burned.

■ French, German, Spanish, and Brazilian Portuguese language support.

■ Minor bug fixes.

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Version 3.7.1 (Jan 18, 2013)

+ Fixes minor issues related to Facebook login

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Version 3.7 (Dec 30, 2012)

+ Streamlined process for connecting with friends through Facebook
+ Detailed calorie adjustment explanation for users with accounts connected to various API device partners
+ Additional bug fixes and stability improvements

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Version 3.6 (Dec 14, 2012)

MyFitnessPal is better with Friends!
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MyFitnessPal users who diet with friends lose 3x as much weight on average as those who don't.

+ New in version 3.6

- Login to MyFitnessPal using Facebook or access your phone contacts to easily connect with friends and family members
- Various bug fixes and stability improvements

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Version 3.5 (Oct 16, 2012)

MyFitnessPal now works even better with top apps and devices!! Now syncs with Withings, Fitbit, runtastic, Endomondo, Bodymedia, and more.

Just visit the "More" section of the app to learn more details. Here are just some of the apps and products that MyFitnessPal now syncs with to make tracking your diet and exercise activity even easier.

* Runtastic - Applications to track, monitor, analyze and share your fitness activities

* BodyMedia FIT – An on-body monitoring system that automatically tracks your calories burned during the day.

* Withings – A WiFi connected personal weight scale that automatically records body weight, lean & fat mass, and calculated body mass index (BMI).

* Mio Active Connect – An Innovative Heart Rate Monitoring device that also measures steps and calories burned.

* Endomondo – A GPS enabled service allowing users to keep track of sports activities, challenge friends, and follow live working outs.

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Version 3.4.1 (Sep 26, 2012)

This update includes several bug fixes and stability improvements, in addition to the following changes:

+ Updated news feed format
+ Sort options have been added back to favorites lists (Recent, Frequent, My Foods, My Meals, Recipes)

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Version 3.4 (Sep 12, 2012)

+ Easily search your favorites lists!

You can now use the search box to quickly find foods in your favorites lists (Recent, Frequent, My Foods, My Meals, Recipes).

+ Turn Multi-add on by default
+ Change your default favorites tab
+ Quickly add items from your most recent meal under "My Meals"
+ Passcode lock the app on your phone for additional privacy
+ Various bug fixes and stability improvements

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Version 3.3.1 (Nov 30, 2011)

Version 3.3.1

+ Fixed scanner for autofocus cameras
+ Scanning works with multi-add again

Version 3.3 (Previous Release)

+ Improved Barcode Scanner

Our new barcode scanner works with all iOS devices with cameras running iOS 4.0+

+ Support for Shared Diaries

You can now share your diary with a friend or view a friend's shared diary right from the app. In addition, if you eat the same meal as a friend you can copy that meal right from their diary as well!

+ Various bug fixes and minor improvements

+ Please go to More > Tutorial Videos to see more details on the new features in version 3.3

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Version 3.3 (Nov 14, 2011)

+ Improved Barcode Scanner

Our new barcode scanner works with all iOS devices with cameras running iOS 4.0+

+ Support for Shared Diaries

You can now share your diary with a friend or view a friend's shared diary right from the app. In addition, if you eat the same meal as a friend you can copy that meal right from their diary as well!

+ Various bug fixes and minor improvements

+ Please go to More > Tutorial Videos to see more details on the new features in version 3.3

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Version 3.2.1 (Jul 26, 2011)

New in 3.2.1
■ Various bug fixes for 3.2 - weight chart report errors, goal % corrected on pie chart, and more

New in 3.2
■ Barcode scanner - yeah!
■ Reminders - get notified when you've forgotten to log your meals
■ Push notifications
■ Pie chart for macronutrient breakdown
■ Video tutorials
■ Lots of other minor enhancements and bug fixes

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Version 3.2 (Jul 08, 2011)

■ Barcode scanner - yeah!
■ Reminders - get notified when you've forgotten to log your meals
■ Push notifications
■ Pie chart for macronutrient breakdown
■ Video tutorials
■ Lots of other minor enhancements and bug fixes

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Version 3.1 (Mar 14, 2011)

Lots of small enhancements in this version:

- If you are dieting alone, you can now choose to replace your news feed on the Home screen with the nutritional summary instead

- Rotating your iPhone will now switch to landscape view when composing messages, status updates, comments, etc.

- You can now add a picture to your profile from within the app. Go to More > Edit Profile > Edit Profile Photo

- When inviting friends, you can now add email addresses directly from your iPhone's address book

- Added a "Compose Status" button to the home page

- Hi-res app icon for iPhone 4

- International users can now use commas when entering numbers

- Lots and lots of small bug fixes

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Version 3.0 (Dec 18, 2010)

New tools to diet with your friends!
- Invite friends to help support and motivate you
- Easily share progress updates with each other
- Leave comments and messages for encouragement

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Version 2.8 (Oct 26, 2010)

- Faster startup on older iPhones
- A few minor bug fixes

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Version 2.7 (Oct 12, 2010)

- Recipe calculator - Enter your own recipes and easily calculate their nutritional contents
- Quick tools - Copy meals from previous days for even faster logging
- Weight loss forecast - Complete your diary at the end of the day and get your projected weight loss over 5 weeks
- High-res graphics for iPhone 4
- Various bug fixes and stability improvements

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Version 2.6 (Aug 20, 2010)

Various bug fixes:
- Bug where search would occasionally fail to "Most Used" fixed
- Bug where changing calorie goal would not stick fixed
- Speed improvements and other minor bugs fixed

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Version 2.5 (Jul 29, 2010)

■ Multi-add - add multiple foods to your diary at once. Huge time saver!
■ Quick add calories - quickly add just calories if you already know how many you ate
■ Food and exercise notes
■ New serving size options - 1/3 and 2/3
■ Various bug fixes and stability enhancements

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Version 2.4 (Jul 27, 2010)

Now it's even easier and faster to track your calories!
- Multi-add! Add multiple foods and exercises at once for even faster, easier logging
- New Quick Add Calories option lets you quickly just record calories if you know how many calories you ate
- Fast app switching for faster app loading
- Added food and exercise notes to store misc. info
- 1/3, 2/3 serving size options added
- Misc. other enhancements, bug fixes and stability improvements

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Version 2.3 (Jun 22, 2010)

* Fixes several issues related to iOS 4.0

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Version 2.2 (Jun 02, 2010)

- Fixes problems with app crashing when attempting to save a meal
- Various additional bug fixes

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Version 2.0.2 (May 26, 2010)

- Fixes stability issue caused by the use of special characters such as "™" or "˜" in food or exercise search
- Various additional bug fixes

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Version 2.0.1 (May 18, 2010)

- Fixes issue with serving size changes not saving properly
- Additional stability improvements based on user feedback

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Version 2.0 (May 11, 2010)

No Internet connection required!
+ Update progress and manage your diary completely offline
+ Connect to the Internet to backup and sync with our website service @ www.myfitnesspal.com

More favorites lists options
+ New recent tab to easily access recently added foods
+ Sort lists alphabetically for easier scanning
+ Enable favorites lists to search across all meals

Additional improvements
+ Adding saved meals now adds the individual foods vs the total for the entire meal
+ Change dates on Home and Diary screens by swiping left or right
+ Minor usability improvements

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Version 1.1 (Dec 18, 2009)

+ Added the ability to track daily water consumption in diary
+ Fixed issue with Progress screen and/or Edit Profile screen crashing for international users
+ Added ability to specify nutritional information and measurement data using decimal points
+ Additional minor usability improvements

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Version 1.0 (Dec 08, 2009)
Version 1.1 (iPhone OS 3.0 Tested)

+ Added the ability to track daily water consumption in diary
+ Fixed issue with Progress screen and/or Edit Profile screen crashing for international users
+ Added ability to specify nutritional information and measurement data using decimal points
+ Additional minor usability improvements

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Versions

5.8Dec 10, 2014Current release
5.7.3Nov 17, 2014
5.7.2Nov 11, 2014
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5.7.1Oct 31, 2014
5.7Oct 14, 2014
5.6.7Oct 03, 2014
5.6.6Sep 26, 2014
5.6.3Sep 17, 2014
5.6.2Sep 17, 2014
5.6.1Sep 17, 2014
5.6Sep 11, 2014
5.5.1Aug 15, 2014
5.5Aug 04, 2014
5.4.1Jul 06, 2014
5.4Jun 30, 2014
5.3.2Jun 12, 2014
5.3.1Jun 06, 2014
5.3May 27, 2014
5.2.2May 07, 2014
5.2.1May 03, 2014
5.2May 01, 2014
5.1.1Apr 02, 2014
5.1Mar 25, 2014
5.0.2Mar 06, 2014
5.0.1Feb 27, 2014
5.0Feb 24, 2014
4.2.3Jan 29, 2014
4.2.2Jan 13, 2014
4.2.1Jan 06, 2014
4.2Dec 27, 2013
4.1Dec 14, 2013
4.0.3Nov 11, 2013
4.0.2Oct 28, 2013
4.0.1Oct 18, 2013
4.0Oct 09, 2013
3.8.4Aug 13, 2013
3.8.3Jul 18, 2013
3.8.2Jul 02, 2013
3.8Jun 17, 2013
3.7.1Jan 18, 2013
3.7Dec 30, 2012
3.6Dec 14, 2012
3.5Oct 16, 2012
3.4.1Sep 26, 2012
3.4Sep 12, 2012
3.3.1Nov 30, 2011
3.3Nov 14, 2011
3.2.1Jul 26, 2011
3.2Jul 08, 2011
3.1Mar 14, 2011
3.0Dec 18, 2010
2.8Oct 26, 2010
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2.6Aug 20, 2010
2.5Jul 29, 2010
2.4Jul 27, 2010
2.3Jun 22, 2010
2.2Jun 02, 2010
2.0.2May 26, 2010
2.0.1May 18, 2010
2.0May 11, 2010
1.1Dec 18, 2009
1.0Dec 08, 2009
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Compatibility: Universal

Category: Health and Fitness

Updated: Dec 18, 2014

Version: 5.8

Size: 67.8 MB

Language: Bokmål, Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese

Seller: MyFitnessPal.com

Rating: Rated 4+

Requirements: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus.

Bundle ID: com.myfitnesspal.mfp

App ID:  341232718  [Copy]