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Pros & Cons
What we like ...
- Free and premium accounts available
- Find and track virtually any food
- Create and store your homemade recipes
- Track recipes from your favorite cooking websites
What needs improvement ...
- Free version doesn’t allow barcode scanning
- Free version doesn’t feature Macro Goals
- Monthly subscription is costly
Free, monthly, annually
Unlimited use of free version
|Diet Types Supported
Any; all food items supported
GGR Community Reviews
MyFitnessPal is one of the OG calorie counting apps on the market. The free version is available for looking up food per item and creating recipes, but does not allow you access to the barcode scanner. The Premium version grants you access to macronutrient data, intermittent fasting, food comparison, and the barcode scanner. The Premium plan offers a significant price break if you sign up for the annual plan at $79.99 per year compared to the monthly plan, which is $19.99 per month.