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What is MyFitnessPal: Calorie Counter? Description of MyFitnessPal: Calorie Counter

Track progress toward your nutrition, water, fitness, and weight loss goals with MyFitnessPal. This all-in-one food tracker and health app is like having a nutrition coach, meal planner, and food diary with you at all times.

MyFitnessPal isn’t another restrictive diet app. This is a health app to help you learn about your habits … see how you eat … make smarter food choices … find motivation & support ... and conquer your health goals.

Download and start your free 30-day Premium trial to access exclusive food tracking, fitness logging tools, and expert guidance. You’ll soon discover why MyFitnessPal is the #1 food and nutrition tracker in the U.S., a GQ 2020 Fitness Awards “Best Fitness App,” and has been featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, the Today Show, and U.S. News & World Report.


It’s like having a dietitian, personal trainer, and nutrition coach at your fingertips.

Log Food – Easy-to-use tools make food tracking quick and simple
Record Activity – Add workouts and steps with the fitness tracker
Customize Your Goals – Weight loss, weight gain, weight maintenance, nutrition & fitness
See Your Progress – Track at a glance, or analyze nutrition & calories in detail
Learn From a Registered Dietitian – Meal Plans customized for your target calories, whether you want to lose or gain weight—with access to our Meal Planner tool
Stay Inspired – 500+ healthy goal-focused recipes and 50 workouts keep routines fresh and fun
Connect With Community – Find friends and motivation in our active forums


Gain Valuable Insights Through Food Logging

Discover which foods fuel you best. It’s not just a diet app, calorie counter to lose weight, or a faster way to fat loss—it’s about holding yourself accountable and understanding what you put in your body.

One of the Largest Food Databases – Track calories in over 14 million foods (including restaurant dishes)
Fast & Easy Food Tracker Tools – Type to search, add foods from your history, or quick-add calories
Bar Code & Meal Scan: Log store-bought foods and entire meals using your phone’s camera
Calorie Tracker – Automatically count calories and see your daily progress
Macro Tracker – See carbs, fat & protein breakdown by gram or percentage—no need for a separate carb tracker or keto diet app!
Nutrition Tracker and Insights – Analyze nutrition intake and set specific goals for macros, cholesterol, sodium, fiber & more
Water Logging – Easily keep track of your water intake.

Customize Your App Experience

Choose settings that help you achieve your goals.

Custom Goals – Track calories by meal or day, set up macro goals & more
Personalized Dashboards – Pick stats you want to see at a glance
Net Carbs Mode/Carb Tracker – To simplify a low carb or keto diet, view net (not total) carbs
Protein Counter – Set your protein goals and track how much you eat during the day
Add Your Own Foods/Meal Tracker – Save recipes and meals for quick logging
Connect 50+ Apps & Devices – From fitness tracker and smartwatch apps, including the Health app
Track With Apple Watch – A calorie tracker, water tracker, and macro tracker on your watch face.

  1. MyFitnessPal: Calorie Counter App User Reviews
  2. MyFitnessPal: Calorie Counter Pros
  3. MyFitnessPal: Calorie Counter Cons
  4. Is MyFitnessPal: Calorie Counter legit?
  5. Should I download MyFitnessPal: Calorie Counter?
  6. MyFitnessPal: Calorie Counter Screenshots
  7. Product details of MyFitnessPal: Calorie Counter

MyFitnessPal: Calorie Counter App User Reviews

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MyFitnessPal: Calorie Counter Pros

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..DeniseJoy2019Version: 19.2.0

I love you fitnesspalHonestly apps like these where its to keep in track never work for me because that motivation lasted 3 days lol but get yourself a body scale and start a diet that YOU CAN HANDLE!!! And this app is nice. Im for real taking this diet seriously not bc of the app because I can genuinely see the results in the scale, don’t trust your eyes only you all. Unlike ur eyes, the scale tells you the truth and only the truth 😂 so yes not the app but scale, but the app is a nice plus because my diet includes decreasing portion size so this is very nice, and it tells you how many carbs, protein and fat and even more with saturated fats and healthy fats. I’ve learnt a lot and still learning. Thanks app, I’ve been using it for about a week and lost 2kg, on the road to 3kg! (Dont worry I’m losing it healthy, eating all my vegetables and fruits just limiting carbs like bread, milk, obviously junk food too).UyubunVersion: 23.25.0

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MyFitnessPal: Calorie Counter Cons

Good app, if you don’t mind being treated like a childI am a paying premium member (not for long). Whenever I entered my weight, I kept getting this message asking if I’d like to change my goal weight to match the recommended range. I click on the “No Thanks” button and that should be that, but it isn’t. The next day when I enter my weight, I get the same annoying message (and you have to answer it otherwise you cannot proceed). Again I click, “No Thanks,” but the app doesn’t care. So I contacted support and they made me go through all these hoops and hurdles and (including a full reinstall of the app) and a week of email exchanges later, and they tell me, “There is no way to turn it off as your goal weight is right on the line of healthy. While we do feel it's very important to keep the message in the app to deter users who may be attempting to reach dangerously low goal weights, we do acknowledge that it's not relevant for a member like you who is still in the healthy range." In other words, they’re going to do nothing because you'd prefer to "deter users who may be attempting to reach dangerously low goal weights." So not only is this a poor reflection on how you treat a premium member like me, but also on how you treat your other members whom you choose to treat like children and tell them what's good for them and not let them decide for themselves by REPEATEDLY giving the same message and not stopping until they change their goal..WarsenisVersion: 21.17.0

Going downhill fast, time to jump shipI’ve been a user on MFP for many years, but the app is going downhill fast and the recent updates are just making it worse. It’s slow to load, doesn’t scroll and locks up your phone, doesn’t fit on your tablet screen, notifications cycle back to the Home Screen and not their destination. Absolutely unusable. You can’t enter a weight, or see your progress anymore. Instead of trying to clean up the food database, or screen out creepy users, they’re trying to “beautify” the UI, and end up with this… it’s absolutely unusable. Filled with disgusting ads about liver disease and earwax, that take up 50% or more of the screen, before the last update made the screen unusable. It’s never been worth the premium price, and it’s not even worth the free download now. A shame, it was a great program a couple years ago. In response to the developer’s response, the scroll function on the dashboard does not work so there is no way for many users to access the progress page. Giving the advice of “scroll down to find the progress section” is fruitless when the scroll function does not work. I submitted tickets about that, the notifications, and other issues over the past several months to the zendesk to the reply of “this is a known issue” usually with no action or improvement taken. As my review states, time to jump ship..Young OldtimerVersion: 22.13.0

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Is MyFitnessPal: Calorie Counter legit?

Yes. MyFitnessPal: Calorie Counter is 100% legit to us. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 1,814,245 MyFitnessPal: Calorie Counter user reviews through our NLP machine learning process to determine if users believe the app is legitimate or not. Based on this, AppSupports Legitimacy Score for MyFitnessPal: Calorie Counter is 91.2/100.

Is MyFitnessPal: Calorie Counter safe?

Yes. MyFitnessPal: Calorie Counter is quiet safe to use. This is based on our NLP analysis of over 1,814,245 user reviews sourced from the IOS appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 4.7/5. AppSupports Safety Score for MyFitnessPal: Calorie Counter is 92.7/100.

Should I download MyFitnessPal: Calorie Counter?

There have been no security reports that makes MyFitnessPal: Calorie Counter a dangerous app to use on your smartphone right now.

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Product details of MyFitnessPal: Calorie Counter

App Name:
MyFitnessPal: Calorie Counter
App Version:
MyFitnessPal, Inc.
Legitimacy Score:
Safety Score:
Content Rating:
17+ May contain content unsuitable for children under the age of 17!
Health & Fitness, Food & Drink
App Size:
169.65 MB
Bundle Id:
Relase Date:
08 December 2009, Tuesday
Last Update:
28 February 2024, Wednesday - 21:40
IOS 15.0 or later

MyFitnessPal: Calorie Counter 24.8.0 Update Note
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