General bug fixes and improvements.
• Fix for a persistent iOS crash on startup that affects a small number of users
• Added Logging to help us better understand the 401 errors that affect some users intermittently
• Addressed some Title wrapping issues, changed the copy on all SAVE buttons to just “Save”
• Empty Progress Tile Glucose graph goals no longer show up as “null”
• Addressed latency when posting pics to Feed
Ratings and Reviews
Weight watchers and Fasting!!!
I absolutely love this app! I have never written a review before about anything but I just had to let people know that this is one of the best apps I have ever used. It is simple and easy to use. I am a weight watcher member and have been on a plateau for a couple of months when I read an article about fasting and doing weight watchers. Have been using this app to keep track of when and how long I fast. It is very easy to use. The best part, I think, is the visual graphic of when you go into fat burning mode using your stored body fat! There are Facebook groups of weight watcher members who do intermittent fasting or just google to find more information. This app and fasting got me off my plateau and I am finally losing again! Thanks Life fasting app!!
Pretty good, but could be awesome
I just started fasting a few weeks ago and wanted an app to track my fasting time. I decided I’d rather use an app that mainly allows me to watch my fasting time GROW than to watch my eating window SHRINK, so I chose this Life app. Overall I like it for all the reasons others have noted. I especially love that it shows when you’re body is supposedly in Ketosis. A few things that I think could make it truly awesome:
First and foremost: Make this app compatible with the Apple Watch! Honestly, this alone may cause me to switch to another fasting app. Sad face.
Allow users to enter their weight data with a decimal point. Currently you can only enter whole numbers. Everyone knows that those decimal points count A LOT for people looking for trends mapping results. Seems like it would be such a simple programming fix and would allow much more accuracy for users.
Show the user’s actual eating window for each fasting day. In other words, after the user has tracked his/her fast, calculate for them the resulting eating window (times) and number of eating hours. Again, seems like a pretty easy “fix” that would make the app more robust and improve user experience.
Basic Fast Tracking App
Been fasting every day for the past five years. At the beginning of this year I started working out again, so I wanted to become more disciplined in my fasting. For me personally, this app is great for that, and I can see how it would help others push past their goals (as they see they only have an hour left to go). But the health features are lacking to almost non-existent.
It reflects at which point the body goes into ketosis, and heavy ketosis, but lacks any relevant data input to do any real calculations. The ability to indicate which type of fasting a person is doing would make a difference (ie. water fast, liquid fast, or dry fast). The ability to add a meal data point (a simple total calories eaten) could eventually give way to doing real calculations (maybe even eventually using the body fat percentage, bone density, activity data of Apple’s health app). The ability to automatically update the body weight using the data of the health app would be beneficial, as well as exporting any relevant health data to the health app / HealthKit.
The app has much potential, but for now it barely goes beyond being a basic fasting time tracker.
- LifeOmic, Inc.
- 53.6 MB
- Health & Fitness
Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 12+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
- © LifeOmic, Inc. 2018
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.