Fitbit + Apple Health + Free Sync = Happiness
- Sync all your Fitbit data to Apple Health, for Free
- Sync Heart Rate data
- Auto Sync data for you
- **Note** Fitbit provides access to daily data only; we're working with Fitbit to support intraday syncing
- **In App Purchase** is required for Auto Sync
We believe that your Fitbit data belongs to you, and syncing your own data to Apple Health should be Free. So we created Power Sync.
Data types supported:
- Heart Rate
- Walking + Running Distance
- Flights Climbed
- Body Fat Percentage
- Body Mass Index
- Sleep Analysis (in bed and asleep time)
- Dietary Calories
- Fitbit provides access to daily data only; we're working with Fitbit to support intraday syncing
- Since we don't have intraday data as of now, we're syncing all the data to 12:00 in a day
- Vicons Design from the Noun Project
Easiest way to sync Fitbit data to Apple Health!
- Bug fixes in new version
Ratings and Reviews
DEVELOPER BLACKMAILING USERS FOR 5 STAR RATINGS
The app was just updated on 5/5/18 stating it was for “BUG FIXES”. After installing the update for the app, I opened it up the on 5/7/18 for the first time since the update and the app is locked out of syncing any data and telling me that “IF I WANT TO CONTINUE USING THEIR FREE APP I MUST GIVE THEM A 5 STAR RATING.” There is a paid version for $1.99 and that is supposed to sync your data automatically where the free version is a manual process of opening this app and clicking a button to retrieve the info and push the data to Health. It’s one thing to say that if you would like to continue using our free app to please give us a review/rate in the App Store, but to insist it’s a 5 Star Rating is completely unethical because it will severely skew the actual rating of their app. Maybe I am happy with it and would have given it 4 stars or 3 stars because it had a glitch here or there. Well, now the true rating is off because of this. Shame on them for thinking it’s ok forcing users to give 5 Star Ratings for continued use.
I Only use this to Sync my Sleep
I am only reviewing this after the coercion perpetrated by the developers. When I saw that I could not use the app again until I gave it an exaggerated review, I nearly deleted the app to search for a new one that does the same thing. I opted to overstate my review because it is a good app for syncing the information I want.
My Kate Spade hybrid watch syncs steps to Apple Health but not sleep. This app allows the sleep data from my Fitbit flex 2 device to sync to Apple Health. Any extra naps taken won’t sync but that’s Fitbit’s fault. Hopefully Fitbit will allow complete syncing with Apple Health.
I use the large band with my flex 2 so that I may attach it to my ankle when I use a stationary bike or elliptical with no arm movements, since the smart watch won’t fit around my ankle.
Easy to use and does what I need it to do
This app is easy to use and puts my Fitbit data into Apple Health without me having to do anything but go into the app and hit sync. They do have a paid version that will automatically sync if you don't want to have to go into the app every couple of days to sync your Fitbit data. I'm happy this app is available since I have a Fitbit scale and don't want to manually put that information into Apple Health. I haven't experienced any issues so far with it and I've had it for a couple weeks now.
- Touchberry Inc
- 28.7 MB
- Health & Fitness
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone and iPod touch.
- English, Simplified Chinese
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2015 Touchberry Inc.
- In-App Purchases
- Auto Sync to Health App $1.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.