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If it doesn't have a corresponding website, then no. FatSecret/Calorie Counter and FitnessPal have android apps that sync with their web versions. I personally prefer FatSecret.

Thanks, I'll check them out.

I really like using Weight Watchers points, and the way it sways me towards eating whole, healthy foods with lots of protein, but hate the WW official website & mobile stuff. I've heard that it's possible to use the WW points calculator with Sparkpeople, but then you have to add every food you eat in as a new food or as a favorite, replacing the calorie count with the point count. I still might try that, I guess, but I'll check out your suggestions first. :001_smile:

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