What are the best mobile apps for weight loss?

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jimlynch
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The best one I've found is MyFitnessPal. It's available for Android, Blackberry, Windows Phone and iPhone. It's free too. It's a great calorie counter and makes it very easy to lose weight slowly or quickly.

MyFitnessPal Mobile Apps
http://www.myfitnesspal.com/mobile

"Now you can log your food and exercise wherever and whenever you'd like - even if you can't get to a computer.

With our mobile apps for iPhone and Android, your MyFitnessPal account is always at your finger tips. All our apps work with our website and have access to the same comprehensive database of over 1,262,000 foods and restaurant items. Any changes you make on your phone will be synchronized to the web and vice versa — so you always have complete and up-to-date access to your account."

MariaLynette
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Honestly, losing weight has a lot to do with what you're eating and more important NOT eating.The best weight loss apps really can help you stick to your plan. Slim down with these choices for iPhone and Android.
Noom Weight Loss
Endomondo Sports Tracker
 Fooducate
 Fitocracy
iTrackBites

 

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