The FatWatch Weight Log

FatWatch is a tool for your iPhone or iPod touch to help you track and analyze your body weight. It uses methods described in The Hacker's Diet by John Walker.

Take a tour and then buy it on the App Store.
Sep 16 '13

Anonymous asked:

If I change a mark will it restart the percentage count for that mark? Any hope of getting a few more marks in future editions?

Changing a mark’s icon just changes the icon. The data is not changed. I don’t have any immediate plans to add more marks. What do you use them for?

Sep 16 '13

Anonymous asked:

I noticed that FatWatch is not able to do a restore with the backup csv file which contains the weight history of several years over the included web server. Is this a know problem?

There is a known bug where importing a CSV file fails to work on an iPhone or iPad with cellular data. The workaround is to put the device in Airplane Mode, then turn Wi-Fi back on, then perform the import.

Sep 16 '13
A work in progress.

A work in progress.

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Sep 11 '13

Anonymous asked:

Will FatWatch work on iOS 7? Any future updates planned?

The latest version works on iOS 7, with a few harmless visual glitches. I am working on an update.

Oct 1 '12

Anonymous asked:

I have owned and used Fatwatch for 12 months (and 10kg's). I have just bought a new iPhone5 and all my other apps have transferred over except for FatWatch. I don't want to lose all my date. Can you help me sort this out please? Congrats on a great product.

If you set up a new iPhone using a backup from another iPhone, the data should transfer.

If you set up a new iPhone as new, you need to move the data by exporting from FatWatch on your old device, then importing on the new device.

If you no longer have access to your old device but you were backing it up to iTunes on your computer, you may be able to recover the weight data from the backup files on your computer.

I’m not sure exactly what you need to do without asking some follow-up questions. Please send me email at help@fatwatchapp.com so I can help you further.

Mar 28 '12

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Mar 28 '12
FatWatch includes a calorie-to-food conversion table so that, when it reports that you are eating 200 calories per day more than you burn, you can find out what that is in soda (1.3 cans) or bacon (5.5 slices) or mayonnaise (2 tbsp) or chocolate (8.3 kisses).
Those are some of the defaults, but using the nutritional information you can customize this table and include your own.
Switch to the Trends tab.
Tap on any cal/day figure.
Tap the Edit button.
Tap the + button.
In the Name field, enter “Cadbury Créme Egg” (hold down the E key if you want a fancy accent).
Select Food.
In the Energy field, enter “150”
In the Unit field, enter “egg”
Tap the Save button.
Move the new item anywhere you like in the list.
Tap Done.

FatWatch includes a calorie-to-food conversion table so that, when it reports that you are eating 200 calories per day more than you burn, you can find out what that is in soda (1.3 cans) or bacon (5.5 slices) or mayonnaise (2 tbsp) or chocolate (8.3 kisses).

Those are some of the defaults, but using the nutritional information you can customize this table and include your own.

  1. Switch to the Trends tab.
  2. Tap on any cal/day figure.
  3. Tap the Edit button.
  4. Tap the + button.
  5. In the Name field, enter “Cadbury Créme Egg” (hold down the E key if you want a fancy accent).
  6. Select Food.
  7. In the Energy field, enter “150”
  8. In the Unit field, enter “egg”
  9. Tap the Save button.
  10. Move the new item anywhere you like in the list.
  11. Tap Done.

Jan 4 '12
unabridgedmarvel:

This appeared in Timely/Marvel comics circa 1944-45. Apparently, butter used to be a food group.

unabridgedmarvel:

This appeared in Timely/Marvel comics circa 1944-45. Apparently, butter used to be a food group.

(Source: unabridgedcomics)

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Oct 27 '11

Anonymous asked:

Hey, how about a sync with a Withings scale? :-)

Planning on it, as soon as I have the time (busy with contract work right now).

Oct 27 '11

Anonymous asked:

Does fatwatch work on IOS5?

Yes!