MFP is free, but the ad banner is annoying. I would've paid $3.99 to upgrade to ad-free...but I'm not using MFP anymore.
$3.99 shouldn't break anyone's bank. If it's worth having, then it's worth $3.99. It's so funny to read how $4 is a worthy crisis when we easily spend more on the foods we eat that are either on or off plan.
If it's worth it, buy it. If not, then use the web version on your phone. Besides, why not support the Site that's helping you get into a better state of health?
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current weight: 199.2
Fitness Minutes: (58,169)
3/15/13 7:20 A
I have the app on my android tablet but the choices for fitness tracking are different than what is available online. For example, "group strength training class" is not an option. Any idea when they may update the app?
~"For nothing is impossible with God." Luke 1:37 Team Administrator...Leaving 170-ville & SP Class of Nov 25-Dec 1, 2012 - Ohio -
I am just getting re-involved with Sparkpeople. However, $3.99 for the app? I might have paid $.99 just to integrate all my SP stuff. but not for 3.99 - especially when My Fitness Pal and Fibit are free. And as someone else said, MFP also lets you scan bar codes!
I had the free app and had to reboot my phone. When I went to install the app again, it said it was $3.99. Is there no free app anymore? The fitness pal app is free and it allows you to scan items too (which I didn't think the spark people one did - from what I recall). Is it possible to get the free app again?
Fitness Minutes: (7,857)
797 12/7/12 9:53 A
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