ControlMyWeight 12+

Weight Loss Calorie Counter

CalorieKing

Designed for iPad

    • 4.6 • 8.1K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

Lose weight and get healthy with CalorieKing. Our food & exercise diary is the easiest and most accurate available.

We understand that managing your weight isn’t easy. If you lose weight on a diet, you often gain it right back when you stop! Let us use our years of experience to help you achieve your goals!

FEATURES:

• Know exactly how much you should eat and workout to reach your weight goal.

• Powered by Australia's most accurate food database.

• See yourself progress with motivating charts.

• Quick and easy to use diary for tracking meals and exercise. Works offline.

• See how many calories are in your favorite recipes!

• Support for weight loss, weight gain and weight maintenance.

• When you've reached your goal weight, your calorie target changes to maintenance level.

• Track more than calories and carbs: Fat, sugar, sodium, cholesterol, fibre, protein, calcium and much more.

Start a new life today with ControlMyWeight!

What’s New

Version 2.2.7

- Fixed crash for users attempting to log in with Facebook

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
8.1K Ratings

8.1K Ratings

amber1155 ,

Useful

I lost 20 kg using the CalorieKing website 12 years ago. Then my husband became critically ill and I let it all go. I gained the weight back. I decided to do calorie king again and found the website was gone and this app and s similar website to this app took its place. I’ve been using it off and on but don’t get the motivation the old website gave me. Also the old website had meals like pasta bolognaise with averages for home cooked meals without just using things that are in the shop. It would say roast lamb meal, typical... since I cook from scratch I have to add all my ingredients by hand and make a custom food. I think the app is the best there is and very convenient, but doesn’t come close to the ild website. Please bring it back!

Emily_aus8 ,

Great for Australians but room for improvement

I’ve been using the Calorie King for many years. It’s a great food database for Australians which includes the vast majority of Australian grocery items as well as unpackaged foods.
It’s very easy to add foods to a meal and create recipes to calculate macros. I like that you can see the macros for individual items, meals and the whole day (other apps only let you see the cumulative macros *cough My Fitness Pal). As well as using the app you can also log onto the website and make entries - although the FAQ say you can’t.
The reporting features could do with some finessing. You can only see your total calories by day. It would be great to see graphs of individual macros (carbs, protein, fat) by day and even filtered by meal. Likewise it would be great to see some summaries and daily averages for a weekly/monthly period.
Currently exercise calories are automatically deducted from calories consumed. It would be great to have an option to record exercise calories but not include in the daily net calories.
Integration with the Apple Health app would be awesome and perhaps Apple Watch reminders when you haven’t added a meal and how many calories you have remaining for the day.
The ability to extract the entries so they can be printed or sent to a health professional would also be great.
Otherwise this is a fab and easy to use app for Australians 🇦🇺

Albert Eigenvector ,

Great app

I really enjoy this app and prefer it over my fitness pal. However, since one of the latest updates, when creating a new food and adding the nutritional info such as calories, protein etc, when you enter a field, the views scrolls right to the bottom of the page, so you have to scroll back up to where you were entering the numbers and add there. It’s a bit frustrating when entering the full nutritional info of new food products. Some features that might be good to include in future update: the ability to add protein, fibre etc goals to see how you’re tracking along the day, also the ability to see your macro nutritient breakdown of calories consumed, eg 30% protein, 40% carbs, 30% fat, along with the ability to set targets on the ratios.

App Privacy

The developer, CalorieKing, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer's privacy policy.

Data Used to Track You

The following data may be used to track you across apps and websites owned by other companies:

  • Other Data

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Health & Fitness
  • User Content
  • Other Data

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