Hej, hei, hallo, привет, and ciao! Today, we’re excited to announce the launch of MyFitnessPal in 6 new languages: Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, Dutch, Russian, and Italian!
New features for users everywhere. Along with these new languages, we’re delighted to roll out some new features for the benefit of users worldwide. Now you can drag and drop items between meals and delete multiple items from your food diary at once! iPhone users will also notice a newly streamlined navigation and the ability to access key features like bar code scanning and multi-item adding more quickly.
Local units of measure. Since our launch of MyFitnessPal in German, French, Spanish and Brazilian Portuguese earlier this year, members around the world have been able to take advantage of local units of measure, including:
- weight (kilograms, stone, pounds)
- height (centimeters, inches)
- distances logged (kilometers, miles)
- units of energy (kilojoules, calories).
Bigger food database. With the launch of the new languages, MyFitnessPal features an even bigger international database of foods to which you have easy access. MyFitnessPal’s existing database of local food items continues to grow, allowing members everywhere to easily track all major nutrients including calories/kilojoules, fat, protein, carbs, sugar, fiber, and cholesterol.
MyFitnessPal diary in Danish Home page in Russian
Friends page in Italian Food details page in Dutch
Community support. Now, MyFitnessPal also offers localized Message Boards and Groups to help members in Italy, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, the Netherlands and Russia get the most out of our service.
MyFitnessPal is available today in Swedish, Danish, Norwegian, Dutch, Russian, and Italian on iPhone, Android, and the web. We look forward to hearing your feedback.
Farvel, vaarwel, adjö, do svidaniya, ciao!
The MyFitnessPal team
P.S. – We are actively recruiting volunteers to help us translate our frequently asked questions. If you or someone you know has an interest in volunteering, please visit this group.