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BetterMe: Home Workout & Diet Review Breakdowns

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betterme.weightloss 1
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better me weight loss 3
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Downloads

Jun, 2020
Worldwide
175K

Revenue

Jun, 2020
Worldwide
$404K

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Description

The new BetterMe is now for everyone! We added Journeys specifically for Men, taking into accounts both the goals and the pains of a male half of the world. Enjoy tailored workout programs for distinct body zones or full body; nutrition plans to fit a busy schedule with minimal cooking; and useful tips and tricks on how to lose weight, gain muscle, or reach any other fitness goal you have in mind. And for those who find that exercising at home or with bodyweight alone does not float their boat, we are proud to introduce our Gym series! New Journeys, brand new content, and high-resolution workout videos to help you start exercising at the gym even if you don't know where to start, or build form and solidify your experience if you're a pro. Now, we’ve got also brand new Walking and Running workouts for weight loss and a built-in Calorie Tracker! Want to eat healthy, but cooking recipes is not always convenient? Worry not! Use Calorie Tracker to add any food item to your daily diary and track your progress even more accurately! Even though our app is already an ultimate solution for weight loss, we are tirelessly working to make it better. This update includes tons of brand-new content, improved user experience, and additional features for a healthy and effective weight-loss journey. You don’t have to worry about anything, we’ve got you fully covered with custom meal plans, targeted workouts, water and calorie trackers, step tracker and other useful quirks and features. The BetterMe app provides you with: - Workout journeys: personalized sets of exercises and nutrition to help you get in shape faster - All-new meal plans: dishes picked according to your preferences, and are easy to make thanks to video recipes - New community with daily articles, tips, tricks, and answers to all the FAQ’s - Personal coach feature so are always professionally guided and supported through your weight loss journey - Water tracker and step counter to make sure that you’re staying on track - Yoga and walking workouts. We strive to provide you with outstanding user experience, easy yet effective workouts, nutritious and healthy meal plans fine-tuned to your preferences (vegetarian, traditional, keto, etc.), as well as video recipes to make the cooking process a breeze. There is no need to go to the gym; every single workout can be done at home. The shopping list feature is super convenient: you don’t need to write down all the required ingredients, you can now tap on the recipe and instantly add all the ingredients to your shopping list. BetterMe app is also integrated with Health Kit, so that you can track your steps inside the actual app as well as log your water and calorie intake. You can see your workout and meal schedule on the main screen and set workout notifications so that we can remind you to work out at a suitable time. We’ve also added yoga journeys as well as walking and running workouts to make sure that we’ve covered all your daily activity needs. We offer a wide range of subscription options so that you can choose the right one for you (3 months access renewal, weekly renewal, etc.). You can cancel your subscription at any moment in your iTunes account settings, but refunds will not be provided for any unused portion of the terms. Payment will be charged to your iTunes Account at purchase confirmation. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription to that publication, where applicable. Detailed information on our Terms of Use is available here - https://bttrm-v3.com/info/terms-eng.html Privacy Policy - https://bttrm-v3.com/info/privacy-policy-eng.html

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Terrible app
Digital Ivy on 2020-07-03
While it asks for your age, and what level fitness you are starting at, it does NOT take into account age/weight. So all beginner exercises are far too strenuous for the true beginner, especially if you’re an older woman. It picks your routine for you which you can not change if you do happen to find something under a beginner category that’s more your speed. In addition, the exercise videos have no audio explaining how each exercise is done. Visually some are difficult to understand. All the women used in the videos are extremely fit and move very fast so it’s often hard to determine what’s happening as they don’t show you a slow motion version first. Alterations to meal plan choices are hidden deep in menus making them extremely difficult to find. Over half of foods I’ve scanned have incorrect nutritional information or don’t exist in database. On many food items incorrect weight types are used so it’s just easier to enter your calories and food by hand instead of using their lists of food. Wanted to get my money back before the first 24 hours of my purchase but no where was there a cancellation option despite following all their instructions claiming you could get a refund. The only good thing this app does for me is manually enter caloric intake (which I was doing in a notebook anyway) and use some of the very few less strenuous exercises. Not worth buying. This app is for very young people who are looking to loose weight rapidly, between 10-20lbs. Based on what I’ve seen I am not confident they are using a nutritionist and proper trainer for people of all types who are looking to get healthy.
Idea is great but user experience is pretty bad, sorry I paid for this app
Bunnytorabbit on 2020-07-03
I really liked the idea where an app would log calories, exercise, water and give me both meal and exercise recommendations. The whole idea is it’s simpler to track one aggregated rather than many right? Wrong. It has so far deleted data from all my inputs where I have to re-enter, but that’s not even half the problem. The calorie tracker isn’t even half baked- I subscribe to meal services like daily harvest and freshly, all of their meals/cups/smoothies have their nutritional values posted online, well finding them on this app will be like blues clues gone wrong (hint: get used to typing it all up yourself, then having the app delete that so you do it all over again). The scanning is also dismal, as when you do scan an Item, if it even finds the barcode, the only option is to then change the intake in ounces- good luck converting all your serving sizes now matter what type of food or liquid, to ounces. Then water- you have to manually add, can’t link to an app where this might be tracked (I use hidratespark) Exercise, the moment you don’t click next, or complete, it deletes the data as if you did not exercise at all, so you can go through it all by clicking but all of your values in regards to length/calories burnt etc will be gone. The only thing that does come through is number of steps but you know what? I have basic apple apps for that I didn’t have to pay extra for. Seems like anything that felt enticing is also a “challenge” that you would have to pay additional for, but given the crap I got for my initial purchase, I think not.
Like the App, Hate the Update & SCAM!
OfficialNerd on 2020-07-03
I got the app years ago & have been in a love/hate relationship with it since. When it first came out the exercises were not as detailed as they are now and I was impressed with the updates they made until the most recent update. I started using the app faithfully (with a faithful monthly subscription) since March but since the last update, last week I believe, every time I open the app their challenges pop up and I have to click on joining one just to be able to get to the home screen. I refuse to pay an extra $10-30 for a challenge when the app barely allows me to enter my meals daily because elf the limited food selection. I shouldn’t have to go through the challenges just to get to the home page to perform my workout, log my weight for the week, or log my water for the hour. Update: I agree with other reviewers, this app is a scam! It’s not worth the $9.99/month. The calorie counter section does not include many options the barcode scanner does not pick up barcodes leaving you to enter them on your own. It does not let you go back and fix previous day entries (i.e., water intake from the previous day), if you do a different workout aside from the one assigned to you in the app or in a different app it does not count towards your progress for the day. It is pt worth it.
Good concept but poor execution
KtKt1217 on 2020-07-03
I needed an app to help keep me accountable and liked that this had everything in one place. I bought the 12 week plan. Unfortunately there are just so many flaws that it feels unfinished and unsatisfying. First ... why do I have to pay again to log I drank a glass of water? Logging water should be in the base! The fact your meal plan can’t be logged into your food diary is beyond crazy. I like the plan (although it is too difficult and costly to follow in entirety) but then I have to google all the ingredients in ozs to add to my food diary individually. I forgive u for not having an extensive list of foods but the laziness of not programming your meals in (even if I had to search them by name) is just such poor planning. I did enjoy the exercises but I agree some audio cues would be a great enhancement. I was able to make it work though. Tips and walking are just so so, on par with others. It’s a little laughable to have to pay $10 to enter a sugar free challenge. In future add ability to add body measurements and track losses as well as more analytics of the data collected. I would have been tempted to upgrade to some of the other features but i won’t be spending anymore money due to disappointment with the base. Wish I had done more research.
This app does help me!
Jaybizzle1081 on 2020-07-03
I was ignoring my scale during this quarantine because who needs that sort of negative energy ya know? But I realized a couple months in that I am tired and sluggish and my fat pants are not fitting so well. Well I saw my old friend Mr. Scale and those numbers weren’t nice. I looked for an app that wasn’t aggressive with the notifications but also gave you options on wha you like as a plan to get and stay active. I got the 3-month plan with walking workouts as my way to exercise and whoa who knew that walking was this intense? I like the water intake goal but it’s the reason I gave it 4-stars as opposed to 5. The app is sneaky and won’t let you put your water intake in unless you sign up for an additional paid portion which is the training portion I think it begins at another $30, I have the Apple Watch so this app popped up and it allows you to enter your water intake there. I thought that was a bit underhanded especially for those who don’t have the watch to go around the app. But overall it’s a good app to help you focus on your health goals and not obsess about your weight
It was okay but now it’s not
Brianna8362728 on 2020-07-03
I haven’t been using this app for too long so I don’t think I’ve seen all flaws if there are any. But I think it’s great, I love the quizzes to give on nutrition and exercising. There is one thing, the tracker to see how many steps you take is great. Although I’m not sure if it’s tracking when I’m driving as well. I don’t know if it knows when you’re going too fast and that you’re not walking, but if it doesn’t I wish you could turn off the tracker temporarily or be able to edit the number. But besides that this app is great. Edit: Like I said this app is great but then apparently I’ve been using premium features I guess? I don’t know but all I know is that I’ve been tracking my calories, water in take, doing quizzes and getting my steps in. Then I open the app today on home screen and it said get premium and it won’t let me access the home page. So I can’t use anything without paying and I’m not paying so I guess I’ll just delete the app.
TOTAL SCAM AND CHARGES YOU EVEN WHEN YOU’RE NOT USING THE APP
karij12 on 2020-07-03
Even downloading the app you will be charged. My friend and I signed up together. We all received the exact same generic emails that they send to everyone. They say it’s base off of your body type and what you’d like to accomplish. No matter what we sent them, they said the same thing back to all of us. Better to pay the money on an actual trainer who will make sure you are seeing the results you want and tailor the workouts to you. This is a money hog app. They claim it’s all apple who’s doing the charges but really it’s them receiving the money and not wanting to take the blame. Instead they blame everything on everyone else. It’s their app. Not apples app. They ask for the charges to happen not apple. The need to take responsibility for their part and stop blaming everyone else. I was charge $193 one day and another $45 the next, kind you I hadn’t even opened the app except when I first heard about it. Huge SCAM. DONT WASTE YOUR MONEY
DON’T DOWNLOAD THIS APP!!! ITS A SCAM!!!
JessicaRatzlaff on 2020-07-03
I would rate this app negative stars if I could. Not on performance, because I never actually used it, but based off of the company behind it. I downloaded this app along with a few others just to look through. I deleted the app right after downloading it without knowing that just downloading it would activate a monthly subscription that I never agreed to. I am now being charged more than $10 a month with no way to unsubscribe. I’ve tried contacting the company, which is difficult because their contact us section is very limited, with only an email or contact form. I have done both with no response. Apple has no history of me even having the app so it doesn’t even show up in my subscriptions in my settings on my iPhone. The company is garbage and will not cancel the subscription or issue me a refund for the now more than $40 they have STOLEN from me!! Stay away from this app!
Frustrated
wanderingstar27 on 2020-07-03
I heard good things about the app so I downloaded it. I also heard it was supposed to have a 7 day trial. I was never given this option. The only option I was given was a yearly plan... which I did and now I’m regretting it. The food diary is very confusing. Everything is measured in ounces. I don’t eat carrots or sushi by the ounce. I tried adding a juice box, 1 serving size is 6.75 Oz according to the nutrition label. However on the app, it tried to say .4oz was the equivalent. So I’m not sure if the calories are counting correctly. Adding activities is also a pain. I’ve spent the last 3 days painting a house and laying down new flooring- but it doesn’t count any of those calories because it wasn’t “walking” or “yoga”. I also tried to add my elliptical workout and there’s no option for that either.
Like the App, Hate the Update
OfficialNerd on 2020-07-03
I got the app years ago & have been in a love/hate relationship with it since. When it first came out the exercises were not as detailed as they are now and I was impressed with the updates they made until the most recent update. I started using the app faithfully (with a faithful monthly subscription) since March but since the last update, last week I believe, every time I open the app their challenges pop up and I have to click on joining one just to be able to get to the home screen. I refuse to pay an extra $10-30 for a challenge when the app barely allows me to enter my meals daily because elf the limited food selection. I shouldn’t have to go through the challenges just to get to the home page to perform my workout, log my weight for the week, or log my water for the hour.

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