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I got a fitbit for my birthday but I prefer using Apple Health to store my data. I was hoping there would be some way to transfer data from Fitbit to Apple Health on a regular basis, preferably where I didn’t have to do it every single day. This app works very well, highly recommended for anyone who needs to transfer their data from fitbit to Apple Health. I followed the instructions as written and had no issues. The process is pretty simple, you log in to your fitbit account, go back to the app, and hit sync. I did actually have one issue where there was a problem getting my fitbit profile but it turns out it was my fault – it was because I didn’t give the app access when I first installed it. It was a very easy fix and easy to find in the Frequently Asked Questions. This app is taking data from one platform to another so it makes sense that there are a few things that could go wrong. As long as it’s easy to figure out I don’t mind. I wish Apple and fitbit would play nice but what can you do. All in all Im very thankful for this app, I get to use my new fitbtit but I can continue seeing my data in Apple Health and not have my data spread out in two different places! I think my wife will be getting a fitbit soon too so I’m glad we know about this app.
I downloaded this app because I have been using a Fitbit for years and I recently got an Apple Watch. I wanted to transfer my Fitbit history to Apple Health so I can have all of my data stored in one location. Luckily I found this app. With this app I was able to sync 3 years of data from Fitbit to Apple Health. Now I am able to fully enjoy my Apple Watch! (sorry Fitbit). The app works really well and the instructions are clear. It worked for me the first time using it. They also have an in depth Frequently Asked Questions page that covers a lot of different contingencies. I woulr recommend this app to anybody who is looking to transfer their Fitbit data to Apple Health, especially if you have years worth of data. I haven’t found another app that syncs your whole Fitbit history. There are a fair amount of bad reviews on here from people who clearly did not read the instructions. I honestly don’t know how you could mess it up, it’s so easy, but syncing data between two different companies I guess there are a few things that could go wrong. In summary this app works exactly as promised. It is also very easy to use.
App works great. Synced all my data on the first try and does my syncing for me every day with auto sync feature. I am able to use my fitbit for running, going to the gym, etc, and see all my steps and other data on my iPhone. This is super convenient for me because having my data in two different places was getting super annoying. It’s honestly pretty ridiculous that Fitbit doesn’t integrate with Apple automatically but I guess that’s par for the course these days. My wife uses this app as well because we got Fitbits at the same time and are training for a marathon together. The only annoying thing is that you can’t participate in fitbit challenges, but if you actually take the time to read the description, the developers are very upfront about this limitation. I did have one issue where I was getting MORE data on Apple Health than I had in fitbit. But I contacted support and they were very helpful, there is an FAQ for this exact problem. It turns out I had fitness tracking enabled on my iphone so it was counting steps from my phone too. Very easy to fix.
Many have left FitBit or may in the future for better companies (especially since Google bought FitBit). This app is simple to use and imports your FitBit data to Apple Health which many fitness watches and apps such as MyFitnessPal and Argus can then use if they don’t already import straight from FitBit. This way you don’t lose your information when you move up in the world for fitness apps. Once imported to other apps and watches you can close your FitBit account whenever is convenient for you without losing your information. With Google buying FitBit and your information it’s more important than ever to leave FitBit behind! This app is perfect to help you do that.
Received a Charge 3. Of course, no user manual but I expected that. Tried to set-up Fitbit acc’t from iPhone 6S but wouldn’t connect. Downloaded the App for $5.95. Couldn’t use App without Fitbit acc’t. Rambled on over to the computer. Set-up acc’t and found that the Fitbit App should not be downloaded before acc’t set-up. Too late for that tidbit of news! Still, tried to work thru the problem. Went back to iPhone, opened App, and logged into acc’t. Selected ‘Fields’, etc and chose ‘sync’. Said no. Asked me to download ‘Health’ App. Did so. Of, I know there’s nothing in health App to Sync but it tried. Told me my device was sync’d. But nothing in iPhone, nothing on computer, and the Fitbit won’t turn on. Somehow I don’t think it matters. I’m pretty sure it won’t work either! Now I’m no technophile but I’m certainly no amateur at these things either. My take is this: if the manufacturer of a product doesn’t care enough about their customers to include a “Getting Started” instruction manual in the product box, I don’t think they deserve my business. Unfortunately, this Fitbit is going in the trash.
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Fitbit to Apple Health Sync has 3 878 user reviews.
Fitbit to Apple Health Sync has an average rating of 4.5.
The latest version of Fitbit to Apple Health Sync (1.6.5) was released on Dec 10, 2019.
You can download Fitbit to Apple Health Sync here:.
myFitnessSync - Fitbit to Apple Health downloads your entire Fitbit history from Fitbit.com and stores it on your iPhone in Apple Health. After syncing your data manually for the first time the app will auto-sync your data in the background multiple times a day.
Works with your Fitbit Ace, Alta, Alta HR, Blaze, Charge, Charge HR, Charge 2, Charge 3, Flex, Flex 2, Ionic, One, Ultra, Surge, and Versa. Also work with you Fitbit Aria scale.
myFitnessSync - Fitbit to Apple Health syncs up to 14 fields. You can customize the app to only
sync the fields you want
- Resting Heart Rate
- Walking + Running Distance
- Active Energy
- Resting Energy
- Dietary Energy (Food Calories)
- Sleep Analysis
- Time In Bed
- Time A Sleep
- Body Fat Percentage
- Body Mass Index (BMI)
- Lean Body Mass
- Flights Climbed
- Water / Hydration
Fitbit to Apple Health Sync transfers years of data - your entire Fitbit history. Our app will not overwrite any Apple Health data. Any Apple Health data you might have will not change.
NOTE: Fitbit restricts access to all-day heart rate data. We hope to have access to intraday data soon
Over 3,500 5 star reviews! The app is syncing Fitbit data to Apple Health for over 50,000 people for last last 3 1/2 years. Rock solid syncing technology.
Looking to sync your Apple Health app data or Apple Watch data to your Fitbit app? Try our other myFitnessSync app: Apple Health to Fitbit Sync - http://appsto.re/us/yJr7jb.i
WHAT OUR USERS ARE SAYING
5/5 "This app is awesome! I have an iWatch but I love the Fitbit! Finally an app that puts all my info in the iPhone health and does it correctly! Thank you" - TTWalker57
5/5 "Hard to beat software that works well!" - ican'tthinkofagoodnickname
5/5 "This is the Best app to Sync Fitbit data to Health and it works perfectly. Auto sync feature works great. This is the best sync app I ever used. Best Buy!" - Karthikeyan
Sync your Fitbit data to your wellness and rewards programs such as Go365
Syncing your Fitbit data everyday with myFitnessSync - Fitbit to Apple Health for your iPhone allows you to use the Apple Health app to view your Fitbit data and any other fitness or medical data in one app.
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To remove all your Fitbit data from Apple Health and resync - delete our app, install it again, launch the app and click "Sync Now"
"myFitnessSync" - "Very easy to use with my fitbit app and health app"
"Does what it says it does" - "So pleased to have my Fitbit info sync to My Health app on my iPhone 6. No problems at all so far"
"Does what it claims" - "The amount of money and time that have been wasted could have been saved if I had come across this app first. Thank you!"
HOW DOES IT WORK
Data is synced using 3 easy steps. After your first sync you can use One Click Sync
1. In the app, sign into Fitbit.com using your account credentials
2. Pick the fitness fields(steps, sleep, etc..) you want to sync with Apple Health
3. Click the "Sync Now" button to start syncing your Fitbit data with Apple Health
To avoid seeing duplicate activity data in the Apple Health app disable fitness tracking on your iPhone. Go to Settings->Privacy->Motion & Fitness and disable "Fitness Tracking"
Please Note: Continued use of GPS running in the background can decrease battery life. Our tests have shown that our app only uses 1% of your battery while running in the background
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