... Just be MFP. I prefer calorie tracking with Argus to other systems, such as MFP. However MFP talks with my Garmin very well, pulls my weight and step data automatically, and aligns it with my food intake painlessly. In contrast, Argus seems to actively refuse too talk to any wearable I've owned, and clicking the Sync button has never worked.
It keeps changing the system from metric to US on its own for some stupid reason. Also, there seems to be no way to set the calories goal manually which is really irritating.
Would be better if it took the foot steps from my Moto 360 2nd instead of the phone. I don't always walk with my phone but I always have my watch.
All the Features I'm really enjoying all of the features. It's like walking your way into a healthier life style.
I have a galaxy on5. the step counter is always at zero and nothing is updated during a challenge, so i always lose... sad face. lots of potential but i only know how many steps i have if i log a run or walk and since it doesnt show my score for daily challenges i am not getting much use out of it. will probably delete soon
It has a lot of potential and some really good features but severely lacks ease of use and dear god it is unbelievably buggy on Android
Additional efficiency improvements to reduce data usage and power consumption.
Miscellaneous bug and stability fixes.
Lifestyle companion to track your fitness, weight, diet, food & sleep.