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[iOS] Free - FitSync-Sync Fitbit to Health (Was $4.49) @ Apple App Store

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A good tool for iPhone and Fitbit owner.

FitSync synchronizes data to Apple Health App instantly!

THE ONLY APP THAT SAVE DATA WITH 5 MINUTES GRANULARITY!

Set a daily reminder to sync your data or use the widget from your Today Screen!

  • Sync Fitbit data to HealthKit
  • Sync heart rate data
  • Works with ALL Fitbit trackers

HealthKit data types supported:

  • Heartbeat
  • Steps
  • Walking + Running Distance
  • Sleep Analysis
  • Active Calories
  • Floors Climbed
  • Weight
  • Body Mass Index
  • Body Fat Percentage
    ..More coming soon!

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Comments

  •  

    No feedback on the App Store.

    Anyone have any experience with this app?

    • +2 votes

      No, but I'm a little dubious about the "login to Fitbit" screen because it doesn't seem to be using the standard Fitbit API/oAuth login, and instead wants you to input your login details into a custom form, so you don't know if they are being stored/sent elsewhere… 🤔

  • +2 votes

    What does “five minutes’ granularity” mean? I’ve heard people using that buzzword “granularity” but I’m not clear on what they actually mean when they say it.

    • +3 votes

      Like sands through the hourglass…

      Basically, it means it saves your data every five minutes, or you can see what it was reading at five minute intervals.

  •  

    Is this one of those irritating hacks that enters your steps every five minutes as an exercise session, thereby making the entire process a pointless exercise in data pollution?

  •  

    I can't login to Fitbit at all - locks up on login screen.

  •  

    Sync Solver works pretty well for me.

  • -1 vote

    Now that Google owns Fitbit I guess this app will mean feeding both Google and Apple data about your sleep, activity levels, heart rate and other physical data that gives insight into your behaviour and decision making :P

    • +1 vote

      To whoever negged me, my comment was directed towards the average joe.
      You obviously have the psycho-physiological equivalent of a poker face and no amount of data or AI will reveal what makes you tick or react ;)