This program helps manage diet and exercise regimens, but it doesn't deliver on user-friendliness.
Biggly Diet and Exercise requires you to first create a profile that includes birth date and body measurements. The program calculates your BMI and body fat percentage, but unlike similar apps, it doesn't give your ideal weight or compute daily calorie requirements. With its utilitarian interface, you can design your own weightlifting and cardio workouts and track exercise and meals, though a wizard would've been useful to help ease the learning curve.
Biggly Diet and Exercise comes preloaded with exercises and a food database and allows you to add entries to both. It calculates and plots your stats for weight, measurements, and meal entries in plain but easy-to-read graphs, although the Nutrition section only provides basic information like protein and fat percentages. There's no menu planner, which would have been a nice addition to round out the diet tools. You can access the publisher's site or the Biggly blog community for fitness articles and online discussions.
The 10-day trial seems too short considering the complexity of using Biggly Diet and Exercise. Its unfriendly design probably won't appeal to the novice user, and those interested in more extensive diet planning tools will want to keep looking.