Featured: Top 10 Weight Loss Apps For Android - February 2016

Losing weight is one of the aspects which gets talked about every year, at this time of year. If you are someone who is contemplating shredding a few pounds or if you are already in the process of doing so, then it is worth knowing that there are a number of Android apps designed to help the process. What's more is that a number of them take different approaches to weight loss, so combining a number of them together does offer the potential of a more well-rounded and complete approach. To get started, below are ten apps which are weight loss focused and currently worth checking out.

Lose it!

Starting off today's list is Lose It!. This is currently one of the most popular weight loss apps. Which is not surprising as this is a very feature heavy app. If you are looking for one which can connect to multiple devices, multiple fitness apps and track your progress, then this is worth checking out.

7 Minute Workout - Weight Loss

Those looking for a more active approach to an app, then 7 minute workout is just that. This is an app which looks to actively help you lose weight by guiding you through high-intensity seven minute exercise routines. There is even a virtual coach to offer motivation when needed.

My Diet Coach - Weight Loss

Next up is My Diet Coach ad this app looks to make a more reflective approach to aiding weight loss. As a result, this does come with a weight loss tracker but also includes tips and photos to help you mentally be in the right state of mind to lose weight.

Diet Point · Weight Loss

Moving on and Diet Point is an app which comes with more than 130 curated diet plans and looks to ensure that the food you are eating is food which will aid weight loss. Each plan also comes with a detailed shopping list that you can simply export or print and take to the store.

Weight Loss Tracker - RecStyle

In contrast to some of the apps, the approach on offer with Weight Loss Tracker is far more fundamental. This app allows you to input and record your daily weight and thereby, offering a way for you to easily compare how your weight fluctuates or decreases over a set period of time.

Pedometer & Weight Loss Coach

This is another app which will essentially provide you with a comparative look of your weight over time. However, this one also comes with a pedometer included. So while it tracks your weight it can also provide detailed information on how many steps you are taking per day. Useful way to see how much of your weight loss equates to steps taken.

BMI Calculator Weight Tracker

Many apps will simply show you the calories burned or weight loss changed since the last measurement. However, this app looks to be a little more informative by including additional information like your Body Mass Index (BMI) and your Body Fat Percentage. Good for those looking for a more detailed breakdown.

WeightWar - Weight Loss

Like the previous app, WeightWar is more of a data-driven approach to weight loss and will provide detailed breakdowns of how your war on weight loss is going. Including visual aids like graphs and stats so you can get a better understanding of your weight loss.

Monitor Your Weight

Once again, this is another data-focused app and will provide you with a better overall breakdown of the figures with a view to helping you understand the logistics of weight loss. Data can be exported if needed and there is also a PIN lock feature so other people cannot access the app.

DietBet - Weight Loss Games

Closing out the list is a little bit of a different weight loss app. If you have tried all the conventional methods then this one might be worth a shot. The idea here is that you pay to lose weight. The good news though, if you lose the weight, you get your money back and then some. A financially motivated approach, if you like.

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