Body Mass Index Calculator
Body Mass Index Calculator
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Body Mass Index Calculator

Body Mass Index Calculator

1.024 August 2009

Computes body fat index for adults using only height and weight.

Body Mass Index Calculator
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24 August 2009

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Body Mass Index Calculator

Body Mass Index Calculator

1.024 August 2009

Computes body fat index for adults using only height and weight.

Overview

Body Mass Index Calculator computes an index of body fat for adults using only height and weight.

Requirements for Body Mass Index Calculator

  • Mac OS X 10.4.11 or later

4 Reviews

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24 August 2009

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This app seems like a developers first attempt at using RealBASIC. It's not bad, but it is basic. For future versions, I'd suggest adding the ability to use metric or even mixed measurements. (Metric height and Imperial/US weight, for instance.)
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Version 1.0
27 March 2015
I personally have been using the <a href="www.patient.co.uk/health/bmi-calculator"> bmi calculator</a> over at patient.co.uk to track my weight loss. Their website is highly useful and provides great advice!
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Version 1.0
12 April 2010
Thanks for all of the great information on the BMI Calculator. I have been using an online BMI calculator from a weight loss website called http://www.FitClick.com. The BMI calculator is a great way to calculate your body mass and percentage of fat and jump start your workouts to lower your body fat and/or increase your muscle size. Breaking it down for people looking to enhance their weight loss is a great idea; it helps me comprehend the topic a little better (which is good right?) Thanks for your community contribution, I appreciate it :D Tom
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Version 1.0
25 August 2009
Your'e right, Mister. That's why the extracted application is like 9 MB in size. A bit oversized for this task. I have a BMI Example in a cocoa book. It was very useful to see how connections are made (Interface Builder, a window with 3 text-fields and one button :), but the BMI-Task himself is rather boring.
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Version 1.0
24 August 2009
This app seems like a developers first attempt at using RealBASIC. It's not bad, but it is basic. For future versions, I'd suggest adding the ability to use metric or even mixed measurements. (Metric height and Imperial/US weight, for instance.)
Like
Version 1.0
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0.0

Category:

Home Personal

Health and Fitness

Developer Website:
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Downloaded & Installed 1,240 times

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0.0

Category:

Home Personal

Health and Fitness

Developer Website:
DownloadMacUpdateInstall with MacUpdate

Downloaded & Installed 1,240 times

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4 Reviews

Rate this app:

24 August 2009

Most helpful

This app seems like a developers first attempt at using RealBASIC. It's not bad, but it is basic. For future versions, I'd suggest adding the ability to use metric or even mixed measurements. (Metric height and Imperial/US weight, for instance.)
Like
Version 1.0
27 March 2015
I personally have been using the <a href="www.patient.co.uk/health/bmi-calculator"> bmi calculator</a> over at patient.co.uk to track my weight loss. Their website is highly useful and provides great advice!
Like
Version 1.0
12 April 2010
Thanks for all of the great information on the BMI Calculator. I have been using an online BMI calculator from a weight loss website called http://www.FitClick.com. The BMI calculator is a great way to calculate your body mass and percentage of fat and jump start your workouts to lower your body fat and/or increase your muscle size. Breaking it down for people looking to enhance their weight loss is a great idea; it helps me comprehend the topic a little better (which is good right?) Thanks for your community contribution, I appreciate it :D Tom
Like
Version 1.0
25 August 2009
Your'e right, Mister. That's why the extracted application is like 9 MB in size. A bit oversized for this task. I have a BMI Example in a cocoa book. It was very useful to see how connections are made (Interface Builder, a window with 3 text-fields and one button :), but the BMI-Task himself is rather boring.
Like
Version 1.0
24 August 2009
This app seems like a developers first attempt at using RealBASIC. It's not bad, but it is basic. For future versions, I'd suggest adding the ability to use metric or even mixed measurements. (Metric height and Imperial/US weight, for instance.)
Like
Version 1.0