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Since 2015, December 1. there is iBodyPro, the new enhanced version of iBody.
Please benefit from the new features and purchase iBodyPro.
Will we stop developing and supporting the old iBody version and we will spend all of our power to iBodyPro.

Whether you’re a health and fitness newbie or a hardcore athlete, you are going to love this award winning iPhone and iPod Touch app!

It doesn’t matter what you’re looking for; whatever you throw at it, iBody can handle. Want to track your jogging or bike distances and routes? iBody can do that. Need to document your blood pressure, cholesterol, weight, body fat index or the number of calories you burn? iBody can do that, too.

Recipient of the Mobie Award, this little beauty is the only program you need for your health and fitness records. The easy to use interface allows you to record and document everything important to your overall fitness regime.

Runners, joggers and anyone else on the move will love the GPS based tracking module! Cyclists can even use iBody as their personal cyclometer. No more guessing, you’ll know exactly how far you’ve gone. The map view and track line make it easy to assess your route and distance.

While the GPS tracking on the 3GS and the iPhone4 is able to run in the background: Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.

The iBody app also gives you user defined entries and a fitness log for adding your specific info for a totally customized experience. To help you view your progress quickly, it can show your stats in a graph.

If you only buy one iPhone or iPod Touch app this year, make it iBody.
This is the app you must have if you’re serious about your health and fitness.

What's New

Version 6.7.2

new option "mailbackup" to transfer your data to iBodyPro save and personally

Ratings and Reviews

Why do I have to pay again???!!!


I payed for this app couple of years ago. I like how I can keep track of my fitness and measurements not just weight. Why do I have to pay for this app again just because there are new updates that is BS I'm not paying for it again. Also I'm a small person and I hate how the graphs don't show my measurements I have a 27 inch waist the graphs don't go that low. They should configure to the numbers you put in. Why should I pay for this app again so in couple more years u will want me to pay for it for a third time. No way I will look for a different app.

Exactly What I Needed


Finally, an App that will let me track my vitals. I use the "Lose It!" App for calorie and exercise tracking, but I was never able to find an App that also allowed me to track blood pressure, pulse and my weight stats (BMI, % lean, %fat, etc). The iBody App was just what I was looking for. It lets me decide just how much I want to track - and disabling/enabling the tracking for a particular statistic is easy and fast.

I have an iPod Touch (1st Gen) so I am not able to use the GPS function yet - but I am considering getting one now, since my contract with VZW is ending soon. That will make the iBody App even more useful.

My only negative - and it's minor - is the number selection spinner graphic. It seems too small. Both size and color make it too "Windows/PC" looking. When selecting a number, I am unable to tell what number I am on unless I am watching the number increase or decrease above the dial. In Apps with larger graphics, you can dial in your number just by the visual feedback from the dial itself. Perhaps the next update may see changes in that area. Other than that, I like everything about this app, and the cost was not prohibitive. Health and fitness apps that do what they are supposed to are always worth it for me.

Needs Work


Nice concept and design, but needs several more releases to get the kinks out. The biggest problem is the application crashes -- a lot! I started off by adding 3 weight measurements and 5 exercises, and iBody crashed 7 of the 8 times. The functionality is a good start, but not quite there yet. For example, you can select a unit for pace (e.g. min/mi or mile/h), but that unit is used for all sports. Most folks like their runs in min/mi but their cycling in mi/h. Many similar minor annoyances. The user interface, especially input elements are nice and intuitive, but are also rough around the edges. What sense does it make to have a negative distance for a workout? The gauge should just stop at zero. Other aspects of the interface are just poor. The graphs are definitely broken. Some data points are missing, and the graph cuts off before the current date. Plus the fontsize is microscopic. I consider the graphs useless at this point. Finally, the English translation is a bit lacking (e.g. "excercises"). I haven't tried the GPS tracking feature.


Hanno Welsch
25.2 MB
Health & Fitness
Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Spanish
Age Rating
Rated 4+
© 2009-2015 by Hanno Welsch
In-App Purchases
  1. Update Donation $0.99


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