BeFit
BeFit
6.0.7

5.0

BeFit free download for Mac

BeFit

6.0.7
12 October 2018

Track your caloric intake in everyday foods.

Overview

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 in BeFit

Version 6.0.7 (6.0.2):
Note: The downloadable demo is version 6.0.7; the version available for purchase on the Mac App Store is version 6.0.2

  • Enhancements & Support for MacOS Mojave

8 BeFit Reviews

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Strykerace
30 August 2008

Most helpful

> 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
marcdive
28 November 2014
Those who wish to achieve your ideal weight, I recommend using this program. Lose weight with Befit very simple: first need to calculate your daily calorie intake, then start each day to count calories and foods that you eat. Base of products that has this program is excellent. You can find any products with a detailed description of all the nutrients. A little patience and hard work, and after a time you will definitely see the results on your body. Good Luck!
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Version 4.0
j-aust2
28 November 2014
I think this app is just awesome. I'm using it everyday and it helped me to live healthier and to slim very much. I can fully recommend it to everyone!
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Version 4.0
adnosfnoiadna
28 November 2014
I think this app is just awesome. I'm using it everyday and it helped me to live healthier and to slim very much. I can fully recommend it to everyone!
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Version 4.0
adnosfnoiadna
28 November 2014
I think this app is just awesome. I'm using it everyday and it helped me to live healthier and to slim very much. I can fully recommend it to everyone!
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Version 4.0
Dutchy-91
27 November 2014
I agree with MeriChen78, this version is way better! There are no more crashes, the food editer enables you to adjust the figures (such as the weight, calories, etc) and there are more than 54.000 products in the food library! The app helped me with my food intake and gave me more insight in which food is good or bad for me. Keep on the good work! :)
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Version 4.0
MeriChen78
26 November 2014
Much better than before, have been using this since Version 2, this new update is amazing. Better graphing, more accurate and so far (fingers crossed) less crashes. So far so good keep the updates coming. Would like to see a glycemic index included at some point would be very useful for those watching their sugar intake.
Like (2)
Version 4.0
Mlanger
26 January 2009
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
1 answer(s)
Wyman13
Wyman13
30 December 2010
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.
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Strykerace
30 August 2008
> 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.
Like (2)
Version 1.0
$3.99

5.0

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.11.0 or later
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