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Old 11-10-2008, 08:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey I am new to this forum, but I searched and could only find old threads with dead links... does anyone have an app for Blackberry that can calculate and track points using the Weightwatchers system? Thanks
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Old 11-10-2008, 09:52 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I am sorry I can't help with an app, but if you find one let me know. Just in case you aren't aware, though, you can now calculate and track online on your BB at mobile.weightwatchers.com if you are an eTools user. If not, then I understand why you are looking for an app. HTH

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Old 12-05-2008, 11:18 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Unfortunately WW has not jumped onto the point tracker bandwagon like they should have already. The MobileSite is one way but not the best way. It would be nice, but I doubt it will be anytime soon.
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There is a program and it works great, it's not WW official but the points are right
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That's just a point calculator though, right? Doesn't sound like that's a point tracker.

I think what bmcsteve is looking for is something that you can enter the points daily and have it give you a running total for each day.
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Oh yea that's just the calculator not a tracker
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I am not an e tool user, but I can use the mobile.weightwatchers.com site to track my points. I use both my curve and my Mac laptop all day long to track points. Very slick.
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I am not an e tool user, but I can use the mobile.weightwatchers.com site to track my points. I use both my curve and my Mac laptop all day long to track points. Very slick.
Hi there,

Our Platform (inForm) can be used for this purpose. If someone on this forum can post the best link to find lookups for the point values for the various foods, we can produce for you a calculator that keeps a running total of your points using the TOTAL feature in our platform. We can make that available for your as an example, and then you could determine if it meets your needs or not.

What we need though is a way to access the data required to populate the lookups for point values.

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Here is the best place to get points.

dwlz.com/restaurants.html/Restaurants A-Z, Weight Watcher and Nutritional Inf
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inForm sounds interesting. But I think most ppl want something more basic. Something to write what they had and how many points it was. Lookup would be nice for unknowns, but not necessary.
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I always used memopad and the program that I attached....you could always make a excel spreadsheet with the functions already coded in and then use Docs to Go to fill it in
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Has anyone tried the Ascendo fitness tracker on Handango ?
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I just found a program totally unrelated to tracking points that i can use for tracking them. It's called Exgis Time Tracker. You can enter numeric values and keep a daily running log of them, in the individual logs you can write what you ate. It's obviously used to track hours, but numbers are numbers and it works for me. I just put the points balance in the description area when i enter a new food item, that keeps a running total.

It did cost a few bucks, but worth it for me. Found it in the app store.
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