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BeFit is the tool for you if you're looking to track calories based on a set dietary allowance. BeFit tracks the foods that you eat against your personal goals. Easily see the levels of nutrients in each food, and each collection of foods. Track daily, weekly and monthly caloric intake goals with ease. With a built in BMI / BMR calculator to help you set your goals, BeFit takes the guesswork out of dieting and counting calories.

What's New

Version 3.8:
  • Fixed issue with broken text in calorie panel.
  • Fixed issue with cut of text in food add panel.
  • General bug fixes.
  • OS X 10.9 and 10.10 support added


  • OS X 10.9 or later

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Mlanger Member IconReview+1

This program has so few features, I wonder why they bothered writing it. The database is extremely limited and there doesn't appear to be any way to keep a calorie log or journal. There are FREE programs out there -- including Web-based solutions -- that do much more and are easier to use. Sorry, but this one is a waste of time.

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Version 1.0.3

It is on sale today [12/30/10] for $6 at MacZot. Looked here and saw these 2 bad reviews. Not a good sign. But it'll be almost 2yrs since anyone commented on it since this [1/29/09] review of yours. No good words about it? So I guess the $6 sale isn't a good deal if it isn't a good app. Btw, what are the "FREE programs out there" that you mention? The 3 listed above (Calories ($29), Perfect Diet Tracker ($45), and Foodurama ($29)) may have good ratings but are far from FREE. Any suggestions? One commenter at Perfect Diet Tracker mentions FitClick (http://www.fitclick.com/). Any advice appreciated. Thanks.

Strykerace Member IconReview+9

> No window resize
> When an items are added to lists you have to clear search terms for them to show up
> You cannot use the list for much of anything useful. The items in the list should be able to give you a total of calories, fat, etc.; like in a meal.
> The printed item show only the fields you select.

It is a useless piece of software.

The price is highway robbery. It should be free. Worst piece of software I have seen since I switched to Mac.

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Version 1.0
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Downloads 1,787
Version Downloads 42
License Demo
Date 22 Jun 2014
Platform Intel 64 / OS X
Price $1.99