ControlMyWeight 12+

Weight Loss Calorie Counter


Designed for iPad

    • 4.6 • 23.8K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



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!


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

• Powered by America’s most accurate food database.

• Barcode scanner

• 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, fiber, protein, calcium and much more.

Start a new life today with ControlMyWeight!

What’s New

Version 2.2.10

Fixes a crash that would sometimes occur after scanning a barcode.

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
23.8K Ratings

23.8K Ratings

Game Dame 1 ,

Finally an app that helps me!

When I was first diagnosed with diabetes my diabetes coach showed me this app for tracking purposes. It allows a lot of flexibility in what you want to accomplish for weight loss. It helps you to really realize what you are consuming on a daily basis and also keeps you on track with drinking plenty of water which is a key to weight loss. You can track carbs as well as calories and fat so that you can make better decisions for meal planning. It allows you to put in a recipe of your own and add a food that is specific to what you are normally eating. I have already lost 20 pounds over the last month and it is refreshing to see that I am finally on the right path and not following some fad diet with little direction. Basically the key is to consume less calories than you burn a day and you will lose weight! Good luck everyone!

Fairy-Dogmother ,

This app needs work

I am still using this app, despite that it is maddening when it comes to recipes. When I’ve entered a recipe and, a few days later, want to tweak one or two ingredients, I can’t see the ingredients or make changes. So I have to start from scratch and enter all the ingredients again. When I’ve been creating a recipe and want to enter an ingredient that isn’t in your database, I try to create that ingredient, but then I lose the recipe and all I’ve entered into it. And on that subject, your database of ingredients is woeful. Some common things, for instance from Trader Joe’s, are not in the database. So I am constantly creating new foods. I am spending way too much time doing this – so frustrating that it makes me want to overeat. That’s exactly the opposite of why I am on this app.

The other problem is in the exercise section. I do a long stretch routine daily, but there is no option on the app for stretches. Or maybe there is, but there seems to be no list where I can choose stretching. And if I add stretch, stretching or anything similar, nothing comes up. That is a motivation killer.

I was a Weight Watchers member for years and used their app, which does not have these problems. Of course, you pay for it. But I think this app can do better and still be free.

~ElleBelle~ ,

You get what you “pay” for

I’ve been using this app for about two weeks. I wasn’t particularly worried about losing weight when I started; I just wanted to get a better understanding of what I was putting into my mouth. If you are looking for a general overview to gauge your overall eating habits, then this app is fine for that. Where it falls short is that it’s not really conducive to home cooking. There seems to be an encyclopedia of information related to popular take out chains and favorite supermarket brands, but very little information for fresh, home prepared produce. Examples include steamed broccoli (only an Applebee’s side dish matched this entry) or baked Korean batata (a type of sweet potato). This app also doesn’t cater to more exotic cuisines, such as Ukrainian borscht or Pad King (a Thai ginger dish). You can destruct your home cooked dishes by listing comparable ingredients individually, but that just creates a lot of unnecessary time and effort. At some point a person is bound to get frustrated and bored by this cumbersome method of food tracking. Considering that this app is free and you are not looking for rigorous calorie counting, just rough estimates to reshape/understand your eating habits, then it serves its purpose.

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

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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