Is there a WW app for Android?

Go to the App Store (Apple devices) or Google Play Store (Android devices) and search for WW.

What apps are WW compatible with?

If you track activity with Fitbit, Google Fit, Withings, Misfit, Garmin, MapMyRun, or Daily Burn: Open the WW app.

Where do I find zero point foods on my WW app?

Where is my ZeroPoint food list? It’s right in the WW app! The quickest way to get to it is to open the hamburger menu (look for the three horizontal lines at the top of the homescreen).

How do I update my WW app on Android?

Okay, I have the WW app. Now what?

  1. Go to the App Store (for Apple devices) or Google Play Store (for Android devices) and search for WW.
  2. When you see WW app in the search result, tap anywhere in the description to open up the detailed view.
  3. Don’t tap OPEN!
  4. Once you see the detailed view, tap “update.”

What is the closest app to Weight Watchers?

Apps Like Weight Watchers

  • Cron-o-meter. Cron-o-meter is a free nutrition and fitness tracker that does a great job of breaking down macro and micronutrients.
  • FitBit. We all know and love our favorite step tracker, FitBit.
  • Healthi formerly iTrackBites.
  • MyFitnessPal.
  • My Diet Coach.
  • RiseUp + Recover.
  • Spark People.

Does Samsung health sync with Weight Watchers?

You can sync samsung health data from your Active 2 to google fit, fitbit and what have you with apps like Health Sync, but there is nothing that will let you get Active 2 data into Weight Watchers.

How do I add food to WW app?

The Recipe Builder in the WW app lets you store your favorite meals for 3-tap tracking….Build a recipe in the WW app in 3 easy steps

  1. Tap the Search bar. You’ll see the bar at the top of the My Day screen in your WW app.
  2. Tap “Create” Choose “Recipes,” then click “Create” in the top right corner.
  3. Add ingredients.

Did the WW app change?

WW has changed plans a few times in the past six years, but has been using SmartPoints algorithm (calculated using calories, saturated fat, sugar, and protein) as their points calculation since December 2015. As of today, SmartPoints are no longer the unit of tracking for WW members. This is a major change!