Fasting Tracker Pro

Fasting Tracker Pro

By Drama Labs UG (haftungsbeschraenkt)

  • Category: Food & Drink
  • Release Date: 2019-01-03
  • Current Version: 2.1
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 58.02 MB
  • Developer: Drama Labs UG (haftungsbeschraenkt)
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 417 Ratings


*** FULL BLOWN FASTING GUIDE *** We explain you many different fasting methods (16:8, 5:2, Eat Stop Eat, Up day Down Day etc.) & support you with background infos about how to fast to reach your weight loss goals. *** FASTING TRACKER *** Use our advanced fasting tracker to track every fast and your progress - optional in a sophisticated way via Apple Health to track your bodyweight progress and more: • 13 hours Circadian Rhythm Fasting • 16 hour Intermittent Fasting (e.g. skip breakfast or dinner) • 20 hour Intermittent Fasting (e.g. Warrior Diet) • 24 hour Intermittent Fasting (e.g. 5:2, Alternative Day Diet) • 2 - 7 day custom fasts *** DELICIOUS RECIPES FOR YOUR EATING WINDOW *** Fasting alone won't work when you do not follow a healthy eating plan for your eating window. No matter if you want to combine your fast with a keto diet or if you are just looking for healthy recipes: We got you covered. INFO ABOUT THE APP & THE SUBSCRIPTION Weekly / Monthly / Yearly auto-renewable subscription The weekly, monthly or yearly subscription gives you unlimited access to the Intermittent Fasting Timer. The free trial period is 3 days. After this time frame the subscription will begin automatically, if it is not canceled in advance. Subscription duration is one week, one month or one year and it is auto-renewable which means that once purchased it will be auto-renewed every week, month or year until you cancel it 24 hours prior to the end of the current period. If you decide to subscribe you will pay the price set for your country, as shown in the app for a subscription duration of one week, one month or one year. The subscription automatically renews if it is not cancelled within 24 hours before the end of the current subscription period. Your account will be charged for the next subscription period up to 24 hours prior to the current subscription expiring. Any unused portion of a free trial period, if offered, will be forfeited when a subscription is purchased. You can manage your subscription and auto-renewal by going to your iTunes & AppStore Account Settings. Terms of Service Privacy Policy



  • Trying to cancel

    By gadqwert
    The app allows a trial period however I am unable to cancel. I do not want this ap! Please don’t charge me for it!
  • Not free

    By Tamara0715
    This looks like a free app but when I opened it there is a 3 day free trial and then you have to buy it for $37.99.
  • Auto Subscribes

    By jtschmitz88
    Does a year auto subscription right off the bat, don’t do it or the free trial.
  • Do you have a timer on your phone? Use it

    By Chilakegirl
    It is much better than this app
  • It’s just a timer

    By OksanaBear
    To pay $37 for yearly subscription. Ummm, for WHAT? There is nothing in that app, literally nothing, just a timer. This is the biggest rip off I’ve ever seen. Don’t buy it, There are free apps such as zero for intermittent fasting
  • Awful

    By chocmalt
    This app is uglier and way less useful than other apps. Plus it requires a 7 dollar per WEEK subscription. That's more per month than I pay for Hulu and Netflix combined. Seriously?? Zero and Fast Habit are attractive, helpful, and free. Skip this scam.
  • Excrement!

    By WayneShannon
    It’s rubbish! Nothing more than a countdown timer, not unlike the one included with IOS, except that it looks terrible and is clearly designed to extract money from you. The IF timer doesn’t even allow you to choose your own times, and is limited by the profiteer’s inability to program. The help section has no Feedback link but is filled with advice on how to pay for this petty excuse for an app. I recommend FastHabit and Zero.
  • Rip off

    By aWildWillAppeared
    $7/week for what is essentially a timer reminder. Just in time to rip off the news years resolutioners.