Bodycalc

Calculate everything you need in order to reach your health and fitness goals with this easy to use all-in-one app. Supports Metric (cm/kg) and Imperial (feet/lbs) units. With Bodycalc you can calculate: • your Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) & Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR) • your Body Mass Index (BMI) • your Body Fat Percentage • how much Calories you need to consume per day (based on your goal) • your Total Daily Energy Expenditure (TDEE) • your daily Macronutrients intake • your Daily Fluid Requirement • your Target Heart Rate • your Ideal Body Weight • + more...

Features:

  • Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) Calculator
  • Resting Metabolic Rate (RMR) Calculator
  • Body Mass Index (BMI) Calculator
  • Body Fat Percentage Calculator
  • Total Daily Energy Expenditure (TDEE) Calculator
  • Macronutrients Calculator - Calculate how much Protein, Fat and Carbohydrates you need daily in order to reach your goal.
  • Daily Fluid Requirement Calculator
  • Target Heart Rate Calculator
  • Ideal Body Weight Calculator
  • Provides tips and advice
  • Supports Snapped mode
  • Supports Metric and Imperial units

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2 December 2014

This app is very detailed and rich in information, just what I was looking for in an app. The 'help' section also included all of the calculations that were used to compute the various information; different methods were combined to ensure accuracy. This app is very easy to use, and it was no difficulty changing from metric to imperial and back again. I admired the feature of the changing windows that provide even more information. One note: The BMI calculation was reached via the Nick Trefethen calculation (the 'new' BMI calculation) as opposed to the old standard still being used on most of the BMI calculators out there on the internet. This is not a problem for me, but I mention it because it can be a different number than one is accustomed to seeing.


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11 May 2014

Bodycalc supports both Metric and Imperial units. To change units go to Preferences and choose Metric (cm/kg) or Imperial (feet/lbs). You can also change units from the units button in the Command bar. To bring up the Command bar right click anywhere on the screen or swipe from the bottom if you use a touch screen device. You need to provide the app with your age, sex, height, weight, activity level & goal in order to be able to calculate. The rest (waist, hip & neck) are optional.


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10 May 2014

Doesn't work unless you enter all the measurements. You also have to enter the number in cm. I couldn't get past those two factors. It may work if you have that info.


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26 February 2014

After looking closer at the required input, I realized that the imperial height is to be expressed as 5.9 (in lieu of 69" or 5'9") I have never seen height expressed as 5.9 in any other program.