I have it on my iPod touch, but use it rarely because where I have a WIFI connection I'm usually connected with a laptop or other computer to the internet and just use that. But it is free and helpful sometimes.
"Know yourself. Don't accept your dog's admiration as conclusive evidence that you are wonderful." - Ann Landers
Need some way to track your calorie intake? "There's an app for that." I have played with it for a month or so and there have been some pros and cons.
Pros: The food diary is in my opinion easier to enter then on the sparkpage. It keeps track of all your favorites as well. And it's free.
Cons: If you have the iTouch, you need a WiFi connection to be able to enter your journal. It will not do it "offline". The fitness entry is so basic you might as well use a "memo" pad. It would be nice if they let you enter your fitness like you can on the web. Basically like the CK Food diary exercise, but it's a free app so you can't complain too loudly.
You can also log on the Safari web browser and use the full function web page, but you have to enlarge, navigate, and make sure your finger hits the right link.
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