One of the most popular fitness apps on Google Play has long been MyFitnessPal. This was true in spite of how it looked – the app's UI was absolutely awful, and performance left a lot to be desired. But no more. MyFitnessPal has gotten a new Holo interface in the most recent update.

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The developers of MyFitnessPal completely redesigned the app. Performance is considerably better, and you could legitimately call the design Holo (#YOLO). The way tabs behave isn't quite within the guidelines, but the overall vibe is much closer to the way Android is supposed to look in this day and age. Here's the full changelog:

  • Improved navigation
  • More consistent user experience
  • Cleaner screen structure
  • French, German, Spanish, and Brazilian Portuguese language support
  • Expanded unit support for weight, height, distances logged, and energy consumed and burned.

All that other stuff is nice, but the new UI is the headlining feature here. Take a look at the old busted interface in the screenshots below. Yikes. Full PR is at the bottom.

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SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--MyFitnessPal, the leading free resource helping people achieve and maintain a healthy lifestyle, today announced that its applications for iPhone and Android have been localized internationally, with initial offerings in French, German, Spanish, and Brazilian Portuguese. By expanding the existing database of food items and adding sought after services like global metrics, the new offering will create a more robust health and fitness tool for global audiences.

“The addition of localized metrics and food categories will enable these members to more accurately track their diet and exercise all while taking full advantage of the app’s wide range of health benefits.”
“MyFitnessPal is already enjoyed by members around the world, and now, by localizing the content, we’re able to provide a much more robust service to members based outside of the US,” said Albert Lee, co-founder of MyFitnessPal. “The addition of localized metrics and food categories will enable these members to more accurately track their diet and exercise all while taking full advantage of the app’s wide range of health benefits.”

New features available in the localized apps include:

  • International Language Support – The app and website are now available in French, German, Spanish, and Portuguese (Brazilian).
  • Complete Support for Units of Measure – Members can now take advantage of local units of measure including weight, height, distances logged, and units of energy.
  • Expanded International Public Food Database – MyFitnessPal’s existing database of local food items continues to grow, allowing members to easily
  • track all major nutrients including calories, fat, protein, carbs, sugar, fiber, cholesterol and more.
  • Community and Forum Support – MyFitnessPal also offers localized Message Boards and Groups to help members in Europe and South America get the most out of our service.