Weight Tracker provides a quick and easy way to enter and track your weight. It uses HealthKit to save and store your weight information.
Weight Tracker has an innovative and straightforward to use, weight picker control designed for speed and simplicity. The app starts with your last selected weight. No need to enter numbers on a keypad, just slide the picker to your latest weight and tap the record button.
With Weight Tracker, you are not limited to the default weight unit as determined by location. For people that live in different countries, you have the flexibility to manage Health weight in kilograms, pounds, or stones and pounds.
Tap the chart button to see a graphical display of how your weight is changing over time.
Weight Tracker for HealthKit also calculates BMI and records body fat percentage. Weight Tracker stores the BMI and body fat percentage entries along with your weight entries to HealthKit.
Track your weight today and start taking advantage of the HealthKit features in iOS!
Ratings and Reviews
An excellent, and straightforward app.
I'd for years use a similar app that, annoyingly, didn't allow me to set BMI. The way the BMI is promoted, the more muscle you have, the more "obese" you register on the index. At 5'11" and 67yos, I'd have to be 180lbs., and look as though I were on my death bed, to figure in "normal" BMI range. With this app I'm not discouraged each morning with the news that I'm obese, when in fact I'm within a few pounds of ideal weight for my height. Add an option for me to add my photo and I on the street peddling your app. Thanks.
Very Nice App
Easy to use, intuitive. Three suggestions: i wish there was a better way to look at the numerical data over time. It would be nice to be able to highlight or haptic press points on the weight graph and have a number come up. It would also be cool to be able to set the scale of the graph, so that you can see weight changes in a more granular way.
East to use
However, I’d like to see ALL data on the graphs, particularly for week and month views. I generally weigh morning and night.
How do you choose the data point to display for the different views? Random point near an interval or some kind of average!
Update: still doesn’t show all data in graphs or calculate past BMI from height in Health App, so time to delete.
Developer Response ,
Thank you for your review and feedback. The graph currently displays the average for days with multiple entries. I can see the benefit in showing the multiple data points in the weekly and month views. I’ll add it into the next update - Jim
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.