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tony2545tony2545 Posts: 6Member Member Posts: 6Member Member
Is it worth it & if so why? Thanks


  • mom2kprmom2kpr Posts: 346Member, Premium Member Posts: 346Member, Premium Member
    I like it because I do different calorie goals for different days. More on Fri - Sun, less Mon - Thu. I've also used it fine tune my Macros, but I've loosened up on that. Not sure it's actually worth it, but I keep renewing :)
  • LyndaBSSLyndaBSS Posts: 5,083Member, Premium Member Posts: 5,083Member, Premium Member
    I opted for premium for my first year. I wanted to have every tool available to me in order to have the best success.

    I love being able to set meal and snack times so I can understand my trending.

    NO ADS! I didn't think my initial willpower was strong enough to ignore the force fed ads for fast food.

    To be honest, I don't really remember what the free app offers as I went for the premium trial right away. Within that first 30 days, I was thrilled with my progress, so stayed with premium.

    I'll probably rethink it when year one is done as my lifestyle changes should be solid by then.
    edited September 10
  • fatoldladyonamissionfatoldladyonamission Posts: 375Member, Premium Member Posts: 375Member, Premium Member
    I like it, I can customise parts of the app and no adverts. To me its worth it since I use the app every day, usually several times during the day.
  • lynn_glenmontlynn_glenmont Posts: 6,895Member Member Posts: 6,895Member Member
    I've never used the premium service. I found the basic/free version gave me all the tool I needed.
  • cjbenson2015cjbenson2015 Posts: 1Member, Premium Member Posts: 1Member, Premium Member
    I love the premium version but it appears I am being charged monthly and yearly. I cannot find where I seen my charges listed but it was numerous monthly charges of 9.99 and 6 yearly charges of 49.99. I am so frustrated not being able to contact support for clarification. Any direction or help appreciated!!
  • LyndaBSSLyndaBSS Posts: 5,083Member, Premium Member Posts: 5,083Member, Premium Member

    As a premium member, you do get almost immediate responses to queries sent to "contact us".

    I would suggest you go that route. Good luck!
    edited September 12
  • McCelmerMcCelmer Posts: 95Member, Premium Member Posts: 95Member, Premium Member
    If you are macro-focused, the paid version is awesome. I used the paid versions of LoseIt and MFP for one month - MFP won, hands down for macro tracking.

    If you are simply counting calories and logging activity, the free version of MFP is sufficient.
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