So I've been finding a few good apps lately.
Waterlogged- I think there is a free option? but it's a subscription service for .99 or 1.99 for 3 months I think? I dunno, I bought it. Sends push notifications to remind you to drink/lets you record your intake.
Pedometer: (it has a pic of a shoe, if you can't find it): Free with option to upgrade to something better I guess? I have the free version. - It tracks steps, distance, speed, average speed, calories and time. It also keeps track of your measurements and weight, you can set desired weight goal as well as desired measurements for your chest, waist and hips. Of course these things never work out perfectly, but it's a great way to motivate I think. I honestly can't imagine myself at goal, so I have no idea what my measurements will be, but I just took many inches off what I am now but kept them in mostly the same range of differences from what they are now, (like a ten inch difference from waist to hips that I have now, etc.)
Allrecipes (from allrecipes.com) Free- This most likely speaks for itself.
Target Weight: Free - Enter height, weight, goal and how long till target and it keeps track for you along with bmi.
True Weight: Free- This might be great for a lot of us! you put in your start weight and you enter your new weight every day, at the end of a week you will see the 'weekly change' and it will show you your true weight re: fluctuations, also can be used monthly and has a calorie thing, which I don't yet understand.
Igoalinformer: Free - Put in your current weight and the date, your goal weight and goal date and it will tell you if it is 'possible' or 'dangerous' and apprx how many cals you need to eat to get to that weight.
WeightTrack: Free- Input starting weight, current weight, goal weight, it tracks how much you have lost in how many days and caluclates daily weight loss averages and average weekly weight loss. Just interesting to see trends. Also has a nifty graph.
Sparkpeople: Free- this is the www.sparkpeople.com
app, it's nice, track your cals, fitness and weight.
lbs loss calculator: Free - This calculates the percentage of weight you have lost from start to current.
Your Ideal Weight: Free - This is good once. Put in your height, weight, age, and it tells you your ideal weight recommended by docs (mine is off a few lbs? But it says 118- 159 It's actually 114 - 154 I think?) but the thing that is a little interesting here is that it gives you the ideal weight according to what people with your weight, age and heigh would like to have. Mine is 177 lbs 1 oz.
Okay, those are mine! What are yours?
Anyone else have any good ones?