Timisoara, Romania, June 04, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Infobest has recently released version 2.0 of its WeightObserver Android app. On offer since December 2010, this app supports all those who want to lose or maintain weight using the WeightWatchers concept.
With this latest version, users can now select between the new PointsPlus plan or the more traditional, old WW points system. The completely newly designed interface supports all cool app navigation features like tap and swipe, and ensures quick and easy handling. Next to a large food database that comes along with the app, users can also create their own foods and set up a favorite list to reflect personal eating preferences.
Activity points for any kind of physical exercise can be used to increase daily or weekly point allowances, and the built-in diary shows a complete history of daily consumption and activities with all associated details. Graphics displaying the consumption of points and personal weight history over time give users complete control over their diet at just a fingertip.
The app runs locally on the SD card and can be used in an offline mode since it does not require internet access. More features and options are in the pipeline and will be released soon. To check out all details and see some screenshots of the impressive user interface, go to the WeightObserver blog on weightobserver.blogspot.com/.
WeightObserver is available as a free trial version and as paid version, both offering all features. Benefit from the introduction offer: Infobest is offering the paid version at a promotional price of 1,99 US$ or 1,50 Euros until end of June 2011. It’s the best value-for-money app in this category.