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Open Source MyFitnessPal Alternatives

The best open source alternative to MyFitnessPal is Open Food Facts. If that doesn't suit you, our users have ranked more than 50 alternatives to MyFitnessPal and three of them is open source so hopefully you can find a suitable replacement. Other interesting open source alternatives to MyFitnessPal are CalorieTracker.io and Waistline.

MyFitnessPal alternatives are mainly Calorie Trackers but may also be Health Tools or Nutrition Trackers. Filter by these if you want a narrower list of alternatives or looking for a specific functionality of MyFitnessPal.
This page was last updated Jul 4, 2022
  • FreemiumProprietary
  • Online
  • Android
  • iPhone
  • Android Tablet
  • iPad
  • Kindle Fire

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  1. Open Food Facts

    • FreeOpen Source
    • Online
    • Android
    • iPhone
    • Windows Phone
    • iPad
    • F-Droid

    Open Food Facts gathers information and data on food products from around the world.

    Most users think Open Food Facts is a great alternative to MyFitnessPal.
  2. No more cookie-cutter formulas. CalorieTracker.io adapts its algorithms to your personal progress every day to deliver next-level individualized insights and recommendations.

    CalorieTracker.io vs MyFitnessPal opinions
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    It works really well alongside it with auto sync

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  3. Waistline

    • FreeOpen Source
    • Android
    • Android Tablet
    • F-Droid

    Waistline is a calorie counter and weight tracker that allows you to keep a diary of the food you eat and track variations in your weight.

    Waistline vs MyFitnessPal opinions
    Almost everyone thinks Waistline is a great alternative to MyFitnessPal.

    The ability to add custom food entries and set custom (daily) nutritional goals absolutely makes this worth using over other, freemium nutrition trackers as these features are usually locked behind expensive, recurring paywalls. The only downsides is units seem to be metric only, at least for weight (kg), and unable to macro/micronutrients on a daily basis, but they are aggregated on a line/bar graph, so you can at least view the data, if in a non-numerical way.

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    It has basically all the features, plus the ability to add individual goals for each day of the week. It uses Open Food Facts database to get info on products, is awesome.

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    The software is free as in freedom and keeps all the data on your own device under your control.

    Positive comment almost 3 years ago
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