Diet & Exercise Assistant is out

Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by Ntombi, Jul 7, 2009.

  1. Ntombi macrumors 68030

    Ntombi

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    Diet & Exercise Assistant is an app I've used for over 7 years on the Palm platform (through several versions), and I've been begging and bugging the folks at Keyoe to release an iPhone version. They told me they were working on it a year ago, and I got an e-mail today that it was released, so I bought it and here's the review I wrote after checking it out:


    It's $9.99, and well worth it. Like it says in the review, I have tried just about every other diet tracker app in the App Store, and they all fell short of what I had grown used to with Diet & Exercise Assistant. I highly recommend it for anyone looking to keep track, lose (or gain) weight, or just have some idea of what they're doing food and exercise-wise. I've submitted a few feature suggestions already, but the app is solid and bug-free.


    I'm not affiliated with Keyoe, I just like their app. :)
     
  2. Marky macrumors regular

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    Quick question. Can the weight measures be changed from Stones/pounds to Kilograms/grams?
     
  3. fishepa macrumors regular

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    Why would you want to do that? ;)
     
  4. Marky macrumors regular

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    All the exercise machines at the gym are set up for Kilograms as are the weighing scales. I wouldn't have clue how to convert either and for £5.99 don't see that I should also need an imperial to metric converter too. :)
     
  5. gloss macrumors 601

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    2.2lbs = 1kg
     
  6. Badandy macrumors 68040

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    #6
    Google. Just type in what you want to convert.

    "3 feet per second to miles per hour" or something.
     
  7. Ntombi thread starter macrumors 68030

    Ntombi

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    You can choose imperial or metric system, and back again, no problem. :) If you weigh in kg one day, you can switch it, and it'll switch your whole log, and if you go back to imperial, it'll switch it back. You don't have to do the math.
     

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