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  1. mach1man

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    Im looking for an app that I can record how many calories I eat by entering the food I ate. I also want to be able to record my workout, and show how many calories I burned. So what's a good app?
     

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  2. bobsimoneau

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    Calorie Counter by Fatsecret.com
     
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    Yes this is a good one i use it everyday, i like having the ability to be able to scan barcodes of snacks or drinks i consume and it will list everything about it.
     
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    Yep, Calorie Counter is the best for tracking what you eat.

    I prefer Cardio Trainer for tracking work outs. Especially if you run or bike, it'll give you a gps map of where you are/went etc.

    Not a good combined one that I know of....... yet
     
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    Cardio trainer is awesome to track cardio workouts. Uses gps to track distance and it tells you how many calories your burning.
     
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    SportyPal is better, IMO, for running, jogging, biking, walking, kayaking, snowboarding, skiing, para-gliding, swimming, and even indoors workouts (weight lifting, treadmill, etc)

    It's really quite awesome, you should check it out :D
     
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    I agree with everyone calorie counter is your best bet, the barcode scanner really comes in handy.
     
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    SportyPal or Runkeeper
     
  9. mach1man

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    Thanks for the help. Ill have to try out the calorie counter. I run on a treadmill so I don't know if I really need the gps but I'll give the other one a shot too.
     
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    Cardio Trainer does work on treadmills as well. Not sure how well, but there's a mode for it.
     
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    Another vote for Calorie Counter.

    I've lost 9.5 lbs by just paying attention to my caloric intake.
     

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