Updates Rock! This app just went from the best free weight tackling app to the most STELLAR app on the market paid or free! Now it shows the weigh-in time, bmi, body fat percentage, and separate charts for everything. So so cool as I just bought a scale calculates body fat percentage... now I have a place to track that progress which is essential when you are working out and feeling discouraged because the lbs on the scale don't reflect the work you're putting in. Love it!
This would be a great app for logging/managing weight loss and would be 5 stars if it could sync with the cloud and my other Android device. Without the sync option it is only OK. If it had sync they could easily charge for it.
Google fit issue Libra was picking up the Google fit's weight entries pretty well until some days ago, now it doesn't seem to pick them up at all.. :( please take a look at it, I'll try to help with more info if needed.
James This is the best weight app for recording your data. It's easy to enter your weight and set goals. The graph axis are varied enough to show decent trends in your weight fluctuations. Most other weight apps have such a large y axis reading you can't see your weight trends. I have been using this for years, easy to export data so you can load it back on to the app when you up grade your phone. Well done Libra. Cheers James
Wonderful + feature idea I love this app. I have used it for a few years and it really can help keep you accountable to yourself for your daily choices whether you want to gain or lose. One feature I would love to see would be a measurement journal. Right now I keep my measurements in a spreadsheet, but I would love to put all the data in one place. Additionally that would allow you to do the measurement of waist to hip/height for health in addition to BMI because BMI isn't really accurate for people who have high muscle mass.
I love this app. I love the trend calculation, that I can customize the smoothing and forecasting days variable, that the zoom works so smoothly. Libra helps me track my weight without having a panic attack - before, daily weigh-ins practically induced panic attacks because it was hard to convince my brain that an increase of 5 lbs is within the bounds of daily fluctuation. Now, I watch my trend weight instead of my actual weigh-in which keeps my moody reactions down to a minimum while staying on track for weight loss. Lost 15 lbs while using this app. However, I miss the old diet plan date setter. After an upgrade, the calendar view is shinier but it no longer tells me "your projected diet plan is based on a loss of .5 lbs/wk plan" or "3 lbs/wk". The old version of the diet plan scheduler was hugely helpful in setting reasonable goals. Please roll back or re-introduce the estimation of how many lbs would have to be lost per week to achieve the goal.
- Fix BMI chart not showing all entries
- Fix missing sync menu option when connected to a scale
- Update translations
- Material Design for Android 5 (Lollipop)
- Separate, independent charts: weight, BMI and body mass
- New drawer menu on the left side to switch between charts
- Improve interaction with database list
- Increase maximum zoom the chart down to 8 years
- Fixed statistics month with highest weight gain/loss
- Other bug fixes
- Add Google Fit support
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