Editors' reviewThough it's good for recording and charting daily weight, Free Weight Tracker doesn't offer any other features. Select U.S. or metric weight measurements, enter your ideal weight, and you're ready to enter weight records. You can create multiple entries in a day, though only four categories are offered to sort them.
A pull-down menu offers brief descriptors such as Normal or Lightheaded, and there's a small field for other notes. Unfortunately, once you create an entry it can't be edited and you'll have to delete the record and reenter corrected information. Records are plotted on a color-coded chart as soon as they're entered, and you can view data for a span up to ten years. Standard print and save options are included. Unlike other weight management programs, Free Weight Tracker doesn't offer a food log or exercise tracker.
This freeware is easy to use, but those in search of a comprehensive weight management application should look elsewhere.
The Weight Tracker simplifies weight data logging. The software automatically saves weight, relationship to the meal, time of the measurement, and general state of health. In addition to being a convenient data logger the software is also a voluble tool for weight longitudinal trends analysis. This longitudinal analysis may help you and your doctor decide on the best medicine and help adjust daily diet and drug dosage. Features include the intuitive interface for data logging. Oversized numbers for easy data entry. Monitor the changes of weight over time on the longitudinal graphs. The calendar view shows the average and maximum weights day by day. The calendar also relates day's average weight to your ideal weight. The history display allows one to view all historic data. Version 5.2 has improved interface. Version 7.1 improves design and functions.
What's new in this version:
Version 7.1 improves design and functions.