Fitness and dieting apps have become all the rage in recent years. Below are some of the top dieting apps available now.
My Diet Coach has a free version with four main features, including perseverance tips, motivational photos, diet diary and reminders.
If fans want to upgrade to the pro version, the app features weight chart, points system and a unique food craving panic button.
Meanwhile, My FitnessPal has a database of more than five million foods, and is one of the largest free calorie counting apps out there.
The Complete 5:2 Diet sets a calorie limit of 2,000 calories for women and 2,500 for men, which is the goal for five of the seven days a week. But for the remaining two days, the app suggests dropping the calorie count drastically, with women being set a goal to consume up to 500 while men can consume only up to 600 calories.
Diet Assistant - Weight Loss offers a wide range of meals. Each diet plan comes with nutritional facts, a shopping list, a built-in body mass index (BMI) calculator, and weight graph.