Smash! Fit For Kids (Tablet)

Smash! Fit For Kids (Tablet)


Smash ‘Fit for Kids’ (Tab) is changing the way children think about their health and fitness. With the
capacity to record calories and measure exercise, Smash ‘Fit for Kids’ is the first calorie counting tool
on the market for children aged 2-16 years. Easy to use navigation; parents can now work with their
children to monitor and control their child’s daily calorie levels and exercise patterns with tools like
the BMI Chart, Barcode Scanner and Exercise and Daily Food Counter.

The application also provides the child with a starting balance of calories for the day. As the child
performs an activity or consumes some food, that running balance is either increased or decreased
based on calories burnt or calories consumed for the day.

Recent changes:
Search bar for foods is now easier to use. Just type in a key words and those foods will now appear
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54
2.7
User ratings
7
Installs
500+
Concerns
0
File size
3418 kb
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About Smash! Fit For Kids (Tablet)
Smash ‘Fit for Kids’ (Tab) is changing the way children think about their health and fitness. With the
capacity to record calories and measure exercise, Smash ‘Fit for Kids’ is the first calorie counting tool
on the market for children aged 2-16 years. Easy to use navigation; parents can now work with their
children to monitor and control their child’s daily calorie levels and exercise patterns with tools like
the BMI Chart, Barcode Scanner and Exercise and Daily Food Counter.

The application also provides the child with a starting balance of calories for the day. As the child
performs an activity or consumes some food, that running balance is either increased or decreased
based on calories burnt or calories consumed for the day.

Recent changes:
Search bar for foods is now easier to use. Just type in a key words and those foods will now appear

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jul 5, 2015
Foods Don't Exist First, my two-year-old weighs about 20 pounds and is over two feet tall. The app says that's above a healthy BMI. It can't be. He is underweight for his age, which is why I want to track his caloric intake. I went through the annoyance of registering an account then could not add his foods. After scanning a barcode, it says that the food does not exist. When I tried to add it two separate times, it tells me "You have failed to." Failed to what, exactly? Failed to keep this app, that's what! Uninstalled.
A Google User
May 5, 2015
This is crap My kid is 20 months hes 36 inch tall and 32 lb and it says 38% BMI thats horseshit stop using charts from the 50s also why is all the bad foods like mc.donalds and Costco food court on you food data base but not somthing as simple as kielbasa or even gold fish snack crackers this sight in doing nothing but promoting fast and junk food under the guise of helpinh kids pepole like this should be dragged into back allys and shot till they stop screaming i hope you enjoy you spot in hell
A Google User
Aug 16, 2014
Bmi were way off I put my oldest 2 kids in because they are a bit chubby. But the bmi was very high. Literally off the chart. So I put in my youngest whose bmi is 14. This chart had her at 32 and overweight! She is a beanpole! Very dangerous!
A Google User
Jun 1, 2013
Love this app Am a busy father with 3 kids. Love BMI chart and running balance. Easy to navigate and only takes 2 mins a day
A Google User
May 18, 2013
Love this app I am 16 and find it easy to use