This is a simple app that lets you calculate your BMI.
- Added support for the new iPhone and iPad
Ratings and Reviews
Metric and Imperial
This app offers a simple interface to calculate BMI with inputs in either kg-cm or lb-ft-in. I use it at work many times per day. I just tried this update 2.0 and it seems to still work fine. My only suggestion would be that sometimes I have patient info available partly in metric and partly in imperial (e.g., 174cm, 200pounds) and this app doesn't allow mixed inputs. Sure I can convert, but that's another step many times per day. Also there is a small advertisement across the top in the app, but not on the screenshot on the App Store.
No-frills BMI calculator
This app does just exactly what you could do in 1 minute with a calculator or pencil & paper.
Hopefully, BMR and waist-to-hip calculations like my favorite BMI app (* which needs to upgrade to iOS 11), are soon to be added. Adding charting for these functions would make this app out perfect, and just as good as my my favorite.
App gives out misleading information and should not be taken as fact/seriously. BMI chart was created in the 19th century by a MATHEMATICIAN. It attempts to tell you your health status (underweight, normal, overweight and obese) using ONLY height and weight. But it is INACCURATE because it fails to account for a variety of other variables such as sex, age, race, body type, bone structure, musculature, etc. Look up articles on BMI from medical researchers.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.