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iPad Update - Version 1.4 is Available

We're excited to announce that a new version of our iPad app is now available. This release includes all the newest features you love on the iPhone, including the ability to:

  • Sign up and log in with Facebook
  • Add and invite friends from your Facebook contacts
  • Add and invite friends from your iPad Contact List
  • Connect to your favorite health and fitness apps and devices - including Endomondo, FitBit, Runtastic, and Withings - through our App Gallery
  • Enjoy type-ahead food filtering
  • Use the Repeat Last Meal functionality to add a common meal to your diary with a single click
  • Default to Multi-Add for your diary entries
  • Enable passcode lock protection, if you are so inclined
  • Customize the nutritional information you track in your food diary by updating your food and exercise diary settings on the web.

So if you haven't yet updated, we encourage you to do so as soon as you have a moment! And if you run into any issues, please just let us know and we'll investigate ASAP.

Best,
Mike, Al, and the MFP team

PS - For those of you who have already updated the app, you may have noticed that sugar and sodium are no longer visible in your food diary following the update. We apologize for the confusion, but rest assured: you can easily get them back! Please follow the instructions here: http://www.myfitnesspal.com/topics/show/899338-what-happened-to-my-nutrient-column-sugar-sodium. Note: if you want to wait, these 2 nutrients will be automatically added to your food diary in the next app update, which should be available in just a couple of weeks. Thank you for all the feedback you’ve provided to us on this matter!

UPDATE: March 1, 2013
We wanted to give you a heads up that the sugar and sodium information is now readily available in your food diary on both iPad and the web. You'll just need to update your iPad app to version 1.4.1 to see the new columns in your food diary. We hope these prove useful!

Featured Partner: Digifit - The ultimate cardio workout app for heart rate training and monitoring!

MyFitnessPal is excited to announce another new partnership - meet Digifit iCardio, a fun, fitness-tracking app that transmits highly accurate fitness and caloric burn information directly to your MyFitnessPal Exercise Diary during your workouts! The iCardio app offers a complete health and fitness solution to record real-time heart rate and calories burned.

The Digifit iCardio app is designed to work with a variety of common heart rate monitor brands, such as Garmin, Scosche, and Polar – you can check out the full list of compatible devices. Being able to access your real-time workout stats from Digifit together with MyFitnessPal's Exercise Diary and calorie tracker creates a powerful tool to help your with your fitness goals.

The Digifit iCardio app also syncs with a number of other fitness tracking accessories for running and biking such as the Garmin foot pod and speed & cadence sensor - here's a complete list of devices. Data from all of these trackers can be synced with MyFitnessPal to maintain an accurate Exercise Diary.

In addition to their iCardio app, Digifit's other apps - iRunner, iBiker and Spinning - will also sync with MyFitnessPal. The Digifit iCardio app is free, and can be downloaded here.

With the MyFitnessPal and the Digifit iCardio app your daily exercise, heart rate, and calorie intake is easy to accurately record, so go ahead and sync your MyFitnessPal account to your Digifit iCardio account right now!
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