Users' questions

Is there an app like Weight Watchers but free?

Is there an app like Weight Watchers but free?

ITrackBites App Is a Free Version of Weight Watchers.

How do I add food to my Weight Watchers database?

On your WW App: Tap the Search Bar > Select Quick Add/Calculator > Select the Calculator tab on the top right > Fill in the required fields > Name the food > Select Create Food. You can also ask us on 24/7 Live Coaching, or just take a guess. (Tracking isn’t about being perfect; it’s about doing the best you can.)

What is the closest app to Weight Watchers?

Apps Like Weight Watchers

  • Cron-o-meter. Cron-o-meter is a free nutrition and fitness tracker that does a great job of breaking down macro and micronutrients.
  • FitBit. We all know and love our favorite step tracker, FitBit.
  • iTrackBites.
  • MyFitnessPal.
  • My Diet Coach.
  • RiseUp + Recover.
  • Spark People.

How do I download the Weight Watcher app?

How do I download/install the WW App?

  1. Go to the App Store (Apple devices) or Google Play Store (Android devices) and search for WW (adding Weight Watchers can help in your search).
  2. When you see WW app as a search result, tap anywhere on the search result to open up the detailed view.

What is the best weight tracker app?

Best Weight Tracker App. 1. aktiBMI. aktiBMI helps you to track your weight and BMI using manual entries. You can log your weight with this app and it shows the entries on a graph which gives you a decent idea of your weight loss progress.

What food has the most Weight Watchers points?

Weight Watchers Top 100 Most Tracked Foods with SmartPoints® (Updated for 2018) Banana (0 SP) Coffee, black, without sugar, 1 cup (0SP) Egg, 1 (0 SP) Apple (0SP) Milk, skim (fat free), 1 cup (3SP) Strawberries (0SP)

What do I eat on Weight Watchers?

Fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean protein, low fat and fat-free dairy and healthy oils are healthy foods to eat on the Weight Watchers Program.

Does every food item from Weight Watchers have food points?

With WW: Weight Watchers Reimagined, every food is assigned a point value based on four criteria: calories, protein, sugar, and saturated fat. There’s no counting calories with WW, and as long as you stay within your daily points budget, you should be losing weight.