By Fitbit, Inc.
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NEW Fitbit app now features MobileTrack which offers basic Fitbit activity tracking directly using your iPhone 5s. This app connects with Fitbit’s line of activity trackers and Aria Smart Scale to get access to all your stats on-the-go.
GET ACTIVE. EAT BETTER. MANAGE WEIGHT. SLEEP BETTER. STAY MOTIVATED.
•TRACK ACTIVITY: Accurately track your all-day activity including steps taken, distance traveled, calories burned, active minutes, and more using your Fitbit tracker. With MobileTrack, iPhone 5s users can now experience the power and accuracy of Fitbit right on your smartphone using the M7 coprocessor to track your basic activity.
•SYNC WIRELESSLY: Fitbit trackers continuously sync your stats with your iPhone 4S and later to give you real-time access to your progress without plugging in.
•SET GOALS: Set goals, view progress, and track your trends with easy-to-read charts and graphs.
•LOG FOOD / WEIGHT / SLEEP: Log food, water, weight, sleep, and workouts to get the full picture of your health. Connect wirelessly to a Fitbit Aria Smart Scale to seamlessly track your weight.
•STAY MOTIVATED: Challenge, track, and share your stats with family and friends. Leaderboards, notifications, and badges help you reach your goals faster.
Learn more about Fitbit activity trackers, smart scale, and services at www.fitbit.com
What's New in Version 2.2.1
Fixed a bug preventing some users in Japan and Korea from setting their account’s gender
Fixed a rare syncing bug
Improved communication with Fitbit.com
Added support for gathering more troubleshooting info
update your app!!!
I liked this device and app a lot at the beginning, and was looking forward to improvements, but it's been over a year and two new devices since I started using the fitbit one, and this app hasn't changed. Still no tracking for sugar intake. Still no support for barcode input of food items. And STILL no ipad app!
Get with the program already! I still like this device more than the jawbone up, but only because it makes a changing caloric intake recommendation based on activity - the up doesn't do recommendations at all; it does EVERYTHING else, but this one vital thing is what keeps me using the fitbit.
And the thing where we can't log into more than one device at a time? What do you think this is, some kinda banking app? This app lost a whole star just for that. Ridiculous.
Great way to track activity for diabetes management
I have used this App on my iPhone for some months now and works great to track my physical activity and to serve as a motivation tool to keep at it. Both of these are important to anyone who is working to manage their Type II diabetes. Just took delivery today of a Fitbit One so I can track stairs as well as elements of my sleep patterns. I have already seen the wireless interaction between the App and the One and it seems to work seamlessly and automatically and that is a good thing!
Excellent hardware, mediocre software
I have the FitBit and a Jawbone Up 24. The FitBit hardware blows the wonky, incredibly unreliable Jawbone away. (Two Jawbones died in two months and third is losing data already)
If only FitBits software had more imagination and reporting features! The Jawbone software is way more intuitive and useful with much more detail. It looks several generations ahead of FitBits.
If FitBit can create a better app with exact times graphed during sleep, daytime and comprehensive summaries this would be the hands down winner among activity trackers.
- Category: Health & Fitness
- Updated: Apr 11, 2014
- Version: 2.2.1
- Size: 13.5 MB
- Languages: English, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Spanish, Vietnamese
- Seller: Fitbit, Inc.
- © 2014 Fitbit, Inc.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.